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Short Hop
The Short Hop Telemetry system provides drillers with up-to-date drilling information where it is need most. The Short Hop system can be used to position sensors at any position necessary including below the drilling motor. It can be used to provide azimuthal gamma, inclination or pressure data from the drill bit which can be communicated to the MWD system to be transmitted to surface. Additional MWD and LWD sensors may be added to the BHA to provide additional features to existing MWD equipment.
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Anvil
The Anvil Drilling Jar is installed in any drill string to provide means to unstick a drill string should it become wedged into the formation. The increased stroke length of the Anvil provides operators with a larger impact than other available jars. The bi-directional jar action gives the operator the ability to fire the jar in the uphole or downhole directions. Accidental firing of the jar is prevented by a mechanical latch that holds the internal mandrel in place during tripping and drilling operations.
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Antenna Sub
The Antenna Sub is placed in the bottom hole assembly to create an electrical break in the drill string. This electrical break is used by Electromagnetic Measurement While Drilling (EM MWD) equipment to initiate a subsurface signal which conveys real-time drilling parameters and information to the surface.   Our latest generation of Antenna Sub has been designed for quick and easy service in any shop capable of servicing downhole tools.
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Antenna Rod
Arrival’s EM Antenna Rod provides a rugged, high-performance electrical contact for EM MWD Telemetry systems. Using extra thick Beryllium Copper contact springs, the antenna rod provides a high-capacity electrical connection to the uphole side of the Gap Sub electrical break. The contacts are supported by rugged centralizers to provide increased performance and life by preventing wear to the outside of the springs due to rubbing. The antenna rod can be designed to run in conjunction with EM MWD systems currently in the market.
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diMotor
Arrival’s diMotor is a mud-lubricated drilling motor incorporating high-capacity Polycrystalline Diamond Compact (PDC) thrust-bearings and robust carbide-tile radial bearings. The motor is designed for easy service while maintaining high load bearing capacity. The diMotor can be utilized with any bottom-hole assembly and stands out on high-torque and high weight-on-bit applications. The diMotor PDC thrust bearings provide extremely long wear life due to the low coefficient of friction and high wear properties of the diamond inserts. There is a considerable increase in wear life when compared to conventional bearing backs incorporating angular contact bearings.   The drive assembly incorporates a newly designed universal joint to provide increased strength and performance. An adjustable bend assembly or fixed housing are available to provide the driller with whatever offset angle is desired. The diMotor is available in all sizes from 5” up to 9-5/8”. Any Positive Displacement Power Section can be utilized with the diMotor.
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Safety Joint™
Designed to provide easy release whenever disengagement becomes necessary, the Safety Joint™ will transmit torque in the right-hand direction but will back-off and disengage when required to release from stuck downhole string assemblies.   The Safety Joint™ can be designed to fit a full range of sizes, threaded connections, lengths, etc. Arrival Oil Tools will work with the customer to meet their exact requirements.
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ESM Logger
Shock and vibration is increasingly acknowledged to be the source of unnecessary expense when drilling a well. The ESM (Environmental Severity Measurement) Logger is designed to put reliable shock and vibration data in the hands of drilling experts so that they can use this vital information to effectively implement procedures and practices which will control these expenses. Shock and vibration analysis will aid in providing a better understanding of drilling dynamics.
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VersaStabe Jr.™ - Downhole Adjustable Stabilizer
The VersaStabe Jr.™ is a downhole, hydraulically-actuated stabilizer. Designed for use in a 2D directional drilling application to help control the inclination in an extended reach or horizontal well, the VersaStabe Jr.™ can be utilized in a conventional rotary bottom hole assembly, or positioned above or below a steerable motor. The gauge diameter of the stabilizer is controlled remotely by the pumps on surface. The unique blade geometry of the VersaStabe Jr.™ makes it the only downhole adjustable stabilizer that combines ease of sliding when run above a motor, with improved cuttings transport when rotating. The VersaStabe Jr.™ is a shorter but equally robust version of the VersaStabe™.    
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Typhoon - Bi-Directional Reamer
The Typhoon is designed to ream out sections of high-frequency wellbore spiraling, sections of parallel misalignment, key seats, and dogleg tortuosity. The reamer does this by combining optimized placement of cutting structure and hole cleaning with a rotational reaming capability. The reamer body incorporates two sets of cutting structures into two integral blade stabilizers, one oriented in the downhole and the other-oriented in the uphole direction. Polycrystalline diamond cutters (PDC) are brazed into a replaceable wedge block located in the ends of each of the stabilizer blades.