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3/7/2018

Precision Thread Chaser Holders Support Vibration Dampening

Originally titled 'Holders Support Vibration Dampening'
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Seco Tools’ precision thread chaser holders support Steadyline vibration damping bars and Capto tooling with carbide-pin locating systems, pocket seat surface patterns and high-pressure coolant delivery.

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Seco Tools’ precision thread chaser holders support Steadyline vibration damping bars and Capto tooling. With carbide-pin locating systems, pocket seat surface patterns and high-pressure coolant delivery, these holders are said to have consistent insert positioning, rigidity and effective chip evacuation.

Adapted for tooling with Capto C6, Capto C8 or Steadyline GL50 connections, these
holders accommodate multi-tooth chasers or single-tooth inserts that perform external and internal threading operations, providing increased options and added flexibility for push or pull configurations. Previously available in a square shank design, these thread chaser holders produce API and common licensed thread profiles across a range of OCTG materials.

Maximum pressures reach 70 bar on the new Steadyline and Capto versions of the thread chaser holders and 200 bar on square shank holders.

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