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MOTOR
OPERATIONS
MANUAL
-Third Edition (3.5 update) -

Cavo Drilling Motors


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Houston, Texas 77041
U.S.A.
Tel: 713-896-0445
Fax: 713-896-0332
http://www.cavodm.com
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Motor Operations Manual — Third Edition (3.5 update) TABLE OF CONTENTS

Cavo Drilling Motors ...................................................................1


About Us .................................................................................1
Motor Service Center ..............................................................1
© 2004 Cavo Drilling Motors, Ltd. Co. All rights reserved. Printed in the Motor Highlights ......................................................................2
United States of America. Except under the Copyright Act 1976, no part of
this publication may be reproduced or distributed in any for or by any means,
Drilling Motor Introduction .........................................................3
or stored in a database or retrieval system, without permission of the
publisher.
Drilling Motor Applications ........................................................4
Conventional Applications .......................................................4
Straight-Hole Applications .......................................................4
Directional Applications ...........................................................5
Special Applications ................................................................5

Drilling Motor Design..................................................................6


Dump Valve Assembly ............................................................6
Safety Anti-Drop Device ..........................................................7
Power Section Assembly.........................................................7
Motor Profiles ....................................................................8
Coupling Assembly .................................................................8
Bearing Assembly ...................................................................9

Drilling Motor Operation...........................................................10


Motor Selection .....................................................................10
Operational Procedures ........................................................10
Determine Thrust Bearing Life.........................................11
Making Up the Motor .......................................................12
Setting the ABH (if equipped) ..........................................13
Dump Valve Test (if equipped) ........................................13
Surface Flow Test ...........................................................14
Tripping Recommendations...................................................14
This Motor Operations Manual is for informational purposes only. While Tripping In the Hole .........................................................14
Cavo Drilling Motors, Ltd. Co. has taken every precaution as to the accuracy Tripping Out of the Hole ..................................................15
of the content and data presented herein, Cavo makes no warranties, Maintenance Procedures After Tripping ..........................16
guarantees, or representations concerning the accuracy or individual Drilling Considerations ..........................................................16
interpretation of the data. Further, Cavo cannot be held responsible for any Drilling Fluid Requirements..............................................17
loss or damage to any property whatsoever; injury or death to any persons Optimum Operating Performance ....................................17
whatsoever; or any claims, demands, actions, complaints, proceedings, Starting the Motor............................................................17
judgments, losses, damages, compensations, liabilities, costs or charges, Drilling .............................................................................17
however arising from the unauthorized or undirected use of this manual or
Off-Bottom Pressure........................................................17
the data it contains.
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Pressure While Drilling ....................................................18 Troubleshooting........................................................................32


Stall Pressure ..................................................................18 Motor Blockage .....................................................................32
Rotating the Motor...........................................................19 Motor Troubleshooting Chart.................................................33
Factors That Affect Build Rate...............................................20
Motor Specifications.................................................................34
Adjustable Bend Housing Operation.......................................21 Motor Curve Description........................................................35
Build Rate Prediction Tables .................................................36
Power Section Performance Factors.......................................23
Drilling Muds .........................................................................23 2-7/8” Drilling Motors
Mud Solids ......................................................................23 5L-288-3..........................................................................38
Oil-Based Muds...............................................................24 7L-288-4..........................................................................40
Mud Additives..................................................................24
Brine or Fresh-Water Muds .............................................24 3-1/8” Drilling Motors
Air, Foam, or Mist..................................................................24 7L-313-4..........................................................................42
Fluid Pressure Limitations / Stalled Motor .............................25
Bored Rotors / Extended Flow Rates ....................................25 3-1/2” Drilling Motors
Temperature Effects..............................................................25 5L-350-3..........................................................................44

Special Applications .................................................................26 3-3/4” Drilling Motors


Air, Foam, or Mist Drilling ......................................................26 1L-375-4..........................................................................46
Air-Volume-Requirement Guideline .................................26 5L-375-3..........................................................................48
Foam-Volume-Requirement Guideline ............................26 9L-375-4..........................................................................50
Pressure Requirements...................................................26
Dump Valves ...................................................................26 4-3/4” Drilling Motors
Flapper Valve ..................................................................26 5L-475-3..........................................................................52
Lubricants........................................................................27 5L-475-4..........................................................................54
Air Operation Factors ......................................................27 5L-475-5..........................................................................56
Bit Selection ....................................................................27 5L-475-6..........................................................................58
Operational Cautions.......................................................27 7L-475-3..........................................................................60
Coring ...................................................................................28
High-Temperature Environments ..........................................28 6-1/2” Drilling Motors
Hot Hole Procedure...............................................................28 5L-650-4..........................................................................62
Casing Drill............................................................................29 5L-650-5..........................................................................64
Remedial and Production Applications ..................................30 5L-650-6..........................................................................66
Short Radius Applications .....................................................31 9L-650-4..........................................................................68
Coil Tubing Applications........................................................31
Pressure Drop Through The Coil .....................................31 6-3/4” Drilling Motors
Coil Torsional Yield .........................................................31 5L-675-4..........................................................................70
Coil Buckling....................................................................32 5L-675-5..........................................................................72
Depth Control ..................................................................32 5L-675-6..........................................................................74
9L-675-2..........................................................................76
9L-675-4..........................................................................78
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7-3/4” Drilling Motors CAVO DRILLING MOTORS


5L-775-4..........................................................................80
5L-775-5..........................................................................82 About Us
5L-775-6..........................................................................84
Cavo Drilling Motors offers a complete line of quality downhole mud motors
8-1/2” Drilling Motors ranging from 2-7/8” to 9-5/8” OD for use in drilling 3-1/8” to 17-1/2” holes
sizes. The goal of Cavo Drilling Motors is to provide the best in quality,
5L-850-4..........................................................................86
performance, and value. Cavo manufactures its drilling motors through a
5L-850-5..........................................................................88 dedicated facility that is both ISO and API certified. Cavo is one of a few
5L-850-6..........................................................................90 companies that designs and manufactures its own multi-lobe power sections
making Cavo a complete motor solutions provider.
9-5/8” Drilling Motors
3L-963-6..........................................................................92 Cavo is also a complete source for motor spare parts and components. This
5L-963-4..........................................................................94 includes rotors, stators, couplings, radial bearings, bearing assemblies, and
5L-963-5..........................................................................96 stabilizers. Cavo has a staff of highly experienced personnel to provide
5L-963-6..........................................................................98 technical assistance with issues concerning all aspects of drilling motor
design, function, operations, and troubleshooting.
Fishing Dimensions ................................................................100
Motor Service Center
Cavo Drilling Motors is more than just a motor and spare parts supplier.
Cavo offers the opportunity to establish an independent Drilling Motor
Service Center (DMS Center). Complete onsite training in motor assembly,
servicing, repair, and maintenance of the motors is available. Cavo also
offers the service equipment to support and maintain the drilling motors,
including the Cavo AutoTorque Service Unit for complete motor servicing.

Cavo AutoTorque Service Unit


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Motor Highlights DRILLING MOTOR INTRODUCTION Figure 1

Cavo motors have been engineered to have the following attributes:


Since its introduction in 1956, the positive-
displacement motor has undergone revolutionary
• Rotors: Cavo solid and bored rotors are precision machined
changes and improvements. Downhole drilling motors
and polished to achieve a smooth and accurate finish. Each
have proven to be successful in the most rigorous of
rotor is then plated for corrosion protection and wear resistance.
drilling environments. Today, horizontal drilling, steerable
systems, extended-reach drilling, and conventional
• Stators: Cavo stators use a quality high performance butadiene
directional drilling have all become routine. The
acrylonitrile elastomer. The Cavo elastomer is a versatile and
technological advances in these various types of drilling
field proven formulation. It has excellent mechanical properties
operations have reduced drilling and production costs,
and good resistance to aromatics. The Cavo elastomer has an
and have significantly improved the odds of bringing in a
operating temperature range up to 250°F (120°C) and a
successful well. The Cavo Drilling Motor product line is
maximum temperature range to 300°F (150°C). Our elastomers
uniquely suited for many various drilling applications and
are routinely inspected and tested to ASTM standards to ensure
conditions.
a quality stator product.
The primary focus of this manual is to aid in
• Safety Anti-drop Devices: Cavo offers two safety anti-drop explaining drilling applications, motor selection, and use
devices in each motor to provide additional security against of the motor. To enhance the understanding of drilling
leaving motor components in the hole in the unlikely event of a motor application, selection, and operation, we have
connection failure. included information on the following topics in this
manual:
• Couplings: Cavo offer two types of coupling assemblies. The
Cavo standard coupling is a classic and field proven connecting • Drilling Motor Application
rod. Also available is a high strength ball drive coupling for
• Drilling Motor Design Cavo
extended performance. Both Cavo couplings are precision
• Drilling Motor Operation Drilling
made for smooth articulation and minimal wear while providing Motor
optimum torque to the bit. • Adjustable Bend Housing Operation
• Power Section Performance Factors
• Adjustable Bend Housing (ABH): Cavo offers an adjustable • Special Applications
bend housing with a 0 to 3 degree bend angle adjustment. The • Motor Specifications
Cavo ABH is engineered for simple adjustment and ease of use • Troubleshooting
at the rig site. • Fishing Dimensions
• Contact Information
• Bearing Assembly: The Cavo mud-lubricated bearing
assembly is a robust and field proven design. Cavo uses a Comprehensive motor performance curves,
special tungsten carbide tile matrix for the radial bearings for dimensional data, and operational data are included in the
maximum protection against radial wear. Axial thrust is Motor Specifications section. It is our goal with this
managed by a series of full contact mud lubricated tool steel manual to offer effective solutions to your drilling
thrust bearings. Mud-lubricated bearings offer the advantage of challenges, by providing drilling motor information and
providing higher differential pressures across the drill bit without reference data. Please read through this manual in its
the concern of losing seal integrity that is possible with sealed entirety. As always, the Cavo technical staff is available
bearing units. The Cavo bearing assembly has a proven history and committed to provide you any information needed to Drill Bit
of excellence in both performance and reliability. accompany this manual.
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Figure 2
• Fewer hole problems, such as formation swelling, formation
DRILLING MOTOR APPLICATIONS caving, doglegs, keyseats, and hole sloughing enabled by faster
Above
ROP and less open hole time.
Since the inception of rotary drilling more than 100 Motor
years ago, operators, drilling contractors, and service Stabilizer • Minimized wear, tear, and fatigue of drillstring components,
and supply companies have worked tirelessly to surface pipe, and casing enabled by reduced drillstring RPM.
improve drilling technology. Their common goal has
been to reach their drilling objective, in various drilling • Reduction of drillstring torque.
environments, quickly, efficiently, and at a reasonable
cost so wells are productive and profitable. Since • Faster and smoother casing setting.
drilling targets have become more complex and more
difficult to reach, delivering horsepower directly to the
bit independent of rotating the drillstring has become
increasingly important. Directional Applications
Cavo offers steerable systems in which stabilized, bent-housing motors are
The need for motors in different applications has led to used. The motor provides continuous bit rotation, while selective rotation of
the design of several different types of downhole the drillstring controls wellbore trajectory. Applications that are technically
motors. These motors are specifically configured to the and economically feasible with these systems include:
drilling application for which they are needed. Typical Cavo
applications and motors are presented in this section. Drilling
• Wells that penetrate complex multiple targets.
Motor
• Horizontal wells that stay in narrow, dipping production zones.
• Vertical wells in formations with severe crooked hole tendency.
Conventional Applications
Typically, a low-speed, high-torque motor is used in A Cavo motor is an ideal choice for the demands imposed by directional
conjunction with single-shot-survey orientation drilling. Our steerable motor can be matched with various types of bits, such
instrumentation and a bent sub. This type of motor is as PDC, roller cone, or natural diamond. A typical steerable BHA is shown
effective for kickoffs, course corrections, angle control, in Figure 2.
and sidetracking. It provides low operating costs and
easy maintenance. A typical bottom hole assembly
(BHA) is shown in Figure 1. Special Applications
A variety of Cavo motors are available for mining, geothermal drilling, coring,
workover, milling, hole opening, and under-reaming, as well as for piling,
Straight-Hole Applications casing, and template-drilling applications. Applications for Cavo small
Cavo drilling motors can be used over extended motors (3-3/4” OD and smaller) include the following:
straight-hole drilling intervals. By turning the bit several
times faster than the drill string, these motors effectively
Bearing • Drilling through sand bridges and cement plugs
Section
provide increased rate of penetration (ROP) and angle w/ Stabilizer • Cleaning out paraffin build-up
control under the adverse conditions found in many • Minerals exploration
straight-hole applications. Compared to rotary drilling • Horizontal boring
technology, downhole motors offer intangible benefits • Pilot-hole drilling.
that must be taken into consideration in the final cost/
benefits analysis. These benefits include: Contact your Cavo nearest representative for more information on these
special applications.
• Fewer round trips for BHA changes. Drill Bit
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Crossover providing horsepower to turn the bit. When the mud pumps

Open
Closed
DRILLING MOTOR DESIGN Sub or are turned off and circulation ceases, the piston is forced
Dump valve back into the up (open) position, allowing drilling fluid to
The Cavo motor is a positive-displacement motor (PDM) bypass the motor while tripping pipe.
through which drilling fluid passes as it is pumped down the
drillstring. The fluid flows through the downhole motor’s Note: When the dump valve is open, drilling mud will pass
Safety
progressive cavities, and the pressure of this fluid causes Anti-drop through the dump valve ports into the annulus. Very little
the rotor to rotate. Torque is then transmitted to the drill bit. Device fluid will pass through the Cavo motor and drill bit.

The Cavo drilling motor is comprised of 5 basic components:

• Crossover sub (or optional dump valve) Safety Anti-Drop Device


Power
• Safety Anti-drop device (optional) Section
• Power-section assembly Assembly
The safety anti-drop device (see Figure 3) is an optional
• Coupling assembly component that provides the ability to remove the motor
• Bearing assembly components including the drill bit in the unlikely case of a
lower connection failure. It is generally used when tool Figure 4

Figure 3 is a cutaway view of the entire motor and shows joints are exposed to excessive loads from extreme drilling
these basic components. applications. The rotor safety catch device offers protection
from possible fishing operations in the hole.
Coupling
Dump Valve Assembly Assembly

In a standard motor setup, a crossover sub is used to Power Section Assembly


connect the motor to the drillstring. Optionally, a dump valve
can be used instead of the crossover sub. The dump valve The power section is the portion of the motor that
assembly (shown in Figure 4) enables the drillstring to fill converts hydraulic horsepower into mechanical
with mud from the annulus while tripping into the hole and horsepower, resulting in drill-bit rotation. The power
enables the drillstring to drain while tripping out of the hole. section (shown in Figure 5) consists of only two parts, the
rotor and the stator. When assembled, these two
The valve uses a spring-loaded piston to close the ports components form a continuous seal along their contact
separating the inside of the tool from the annulus points. The rotor is an alloy steel bar with a helical (multi-
surrounding the tool. When drilling fluid is not circulating, the lobed) pattern. It is chromed plated to reduce friction,
spring holds the piston in the up, or open-port, position. This Bearing
wear, and corrosion. Other coatings are available,
allows the fluid to enter or exit the drillstring through the Assembly depending on the specific application and/or environment
ports and bypass the motor. in which the motor is to be used. The rotors may have
provisions for nozzles and axial bores to bypass flow and
When the mud pumps are turned on, the circulating fluid extend the flow-rate ranges.
creates a small pressure drop across the piston and an
attendant force on the piston and spring. The pressure drop The stator is a length of tubular steel lined with an
and the force increase as fluid velocity increases. As the elastomer compound that is shaped with a helical pattern
circulating drilling fluid reaches the minimum velocity needed to mate with the rotor. Various elastomers are available,
to overcome the spring force holding the piston in the up depending on drilling-fluid type and bottom hole
position, the dump valve is forced into the down, or closed- temperature.
port, position. The fluid then flows through the motor, Figure 3
Figure 5
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Motor Profiles Bearing Assembly


The power sections of Cavo motors The bearing assembly supports the Cavo motor
Figure 6
are designed to provide various drive shaft, which in turn transmits drilling thrust
speed ranges. These speed ranges and rotational power to the drill bit. Drilling
are achieved by varying the pitch and parameters, such as weight on bit (WOB),
the rotor/stator lobe ratio. Generally, circulation rate, and bit pressure drop, directly
more lobes yield higher torque and affect the bearing assembly. The Cavo bearing
slower speed while fewer lobes yield assemblies is a mud-lubricated design that utilizes
higher speed and lower torque. The two types of bearings: thrust and radial.
number of stator lobes always
exceed the number of rotor lobes by Cavo uses a stacked multiple ball-and-race design
one - hence, the rotor/stator lobe- Profile of a Profile of a (see Figure 8) for the thrust bearings. The thrust
ratio designations of 5:6, 7:8, 9:10 5:6 lobe 7:8 lobe bearings support the downward force resulting from
etc. Two examples of motor profiles power section power section the WOB and the loads from the combination of
are illustrated in Figure 6. hydraulic thrust and weight loads from internal
components.

Radial support bearings support the radial loads on


the drive shaft and regulate the flow of drilling fluid
through the bearing assembly. Diverted fluid cools
Coupling Assembly Figure 7 and lubricates the radial and thrust bearings. Cavo
uses radial bearings with tungsten carbide tiles
The coupling assembly (see imbedded in a tungsten carbide chip matrix for
Figure 7) is attached to the maximum performance and superior resistance to
lower end of the rotor and radial wear.
transmits motor rotational
torque and speed to the drive
shaft and bit. The coupling
assembly converts the
eccentric motion of the rotor to
the concentric motion of the
drive shaft.

Additionally, the flexible Figure 8


coupling allows for placement
of a bend point in its external
housing for steerable or single
bend motors. Bent-housing
angles range from 0 to 3° in
most cases and may be either
fixed or rig-adjustable.
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DRILLING MOTOR OPERATION Caution: Safety glasses, steel-toed shoes and a hard hat are to be worn,
and all applicable rig floor safety procedures are to be followed while
performing any of the following procedures. Lifting and torque equipment
Motor Selection should be checked for ratings and operational condition per appropriate
specifications.
While the proposed drilling operation may be very complex and require
detailed planning, a number of factors must also be considered when
selecting the motor. The particular application for which the motor will be
Determine Thrust Bearing Life
used is the first consideration.
1. Check thrust bearing wear prior to using the motor to determine
Applications remaining bearing life. Thrust bearing stack wear can be
• Directional drilling determined by the amount of play the drive shaft has between the
• Steerable-system drilling back face of the bit box and the outer face of the stationary bearing.
• Horizontal drilling
• Directional crossing 2. Lift the motor off the rig floor and let it hang free. Take a
• Performance straight-hole drilling measurement (D1) between the bearing housing nut and the drive
• Casing drilling shaft bit. Lower the motor until it sits flat on the rig floor and then
• Air drilling take a measurement (D2) at the same location. (Figure 9)
• Coring
3. Subtract D2 from D1 and this will determine thrust bearing stack
• Reaming / hole opening / under-reaming wear.
• Prevention of casing wear
4. Do not use the motor if the thrust bearing stack wear exceeds the
Other Factors for Motor Selection amount listed in Table 1 below.
• Bit type
• Speed Table 1
• Torque
• Weight-on-bit (WOB)
• Bit pressure drop
• Flow rate / annular velocity required to clean the hole
• Mud type (composition)
• Bottom hole circulating temperature
• Hole size
• Tubular specifications
• Stabilizer placement
• Well profile
• Site logistics

Operational Procedures
Proper and efficient operation of the motor depends on many different
procedures being carried out according to Cavo specifications. The following
procedures are guidelines that should be observed on the rig.
Figure 9
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Making Up the Motor Setting the ABH (if equipped)


The procedure for setting the 0-3 degree (or 0-4 degree) adjustable bend
1. Using a bit breaker, make up the drill bit by placing tongs on the housing is presented in a separate section of this Manual. The procedure is
motor bit box. simple; however, the following guidelines should be followed when setting
the ABH:
Caution: If a bit crossover sub or thread adapter is used, the overall
length of the sub should be only long enough to accept make-up • Tong on the upper and lower ABH housing only. Do not tong on the
tongs (recommended maximum is 10 inches or 25.4 cm.). Lengths adjusting ring.
greater than those recommended may reduce bearing life, affect
directional characteristics of the tool, or result in drive shaft • Rotate the adjusting ring no more than ½ turn when setting the
breakage and loss of the bit and sub in the hole. angle.

2. After the bit is made up, one of the following steps should be taken • Align the desired angle mark of the adjusting ring to the angle mark
to break “dry contact” between the rotor and stator and increase on the housing.
stator life:
• Be sure that the adjusting ring alignment slots are fully engaged
• Place make-up tongs on the stator and, with the bit in the bit prior to torquing the connection.
breaker, slowly rotate the rotary table one to two revolutions in
the counter-clockwise direction. -or- • Do not use thread-locking compound on the threads of the ABH.

• Place make-up tongs on the stator, lock the table and pull on the
tongs to rotate the stator one to two revolutions in the clockwise
direction. Dump Valve Test (if equipped)
3. Lower the tool into the slips and secure with a drill collar clamp It is recommended that a dump valve test be performed on all motors
before removing or making up additional equipment. supplied with a dump valve.

4. If required, a float sub can be installed immediately above the tool. 1. Apply pressure to the tapered face of the piston with a probe (e.g., a
A float sub will avoid problems with plugging of the bit and motor hammer handle). Piston travel should be about 3 inches with
while tripping in the hole. A float valve is generally used for milling moderate pressure applied.
steel, drilling underbalanced, or when drilling in very unconsolidated
formations. 2. Fill the valve body with water and then release the piston. Water
should flow freely from all ports.
• Avoid screwing into the threads above the motor by rotating the
rotary table counter-clockwise. The bit could hang up on the Note: A dump valve malfunction caused by abrasive drilled solids
casing wall and result in unscrewing the tool’s internal threaded may be remedied at the rig site by:
members or cause the bit to unscrew and be lost in the hole.
• Blanking-off the ports before running in-hole. -or-
• To avoid unscrewing internal joints, the bit box should be turned
only counter-clockwise with respect to the motor housing above. • Replacing the dump valve sub with a crossover sub.
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Surface Flow Test • If tripping to extreme depths and/or temperatures, periodic stops for
circulation (staging in the hole) are required. Every 20 to 40 minutes,
Caution: A surface flow test is not recommended when using PDC/diamond it is recommended that the drillstring be circulated for one-half to
bits in the casing. one minute with the lowest volume and pressure necessary to start
the motor.
1. Make up the kelly to the Cavo motor and lower the dump valve ports
below the rotary table.
• If extended circulation is required while in the casing, reciprocate the
kelly to avoid localized casing wear.
2. Start the rig pumps, using only enough pump strokes to close the
dump valve and operate the motor. Use minimum flow rate for the
• If there is a float valve in the string or if fluid characteristics prevent
first few revolutions, then increase slowly as needed.
easy flow, periodic stops are recommended to fill the drillpipe.
3. Raise the tool far enough to visually check that the bit sub is rotating
Caution: Reduce tripping speed when approaching the last 60 to 90
and the tool is operational.
feet of hole. There may be fill in the bottom of the hole or the pipe
tally may be incorrect.
4. If equipped with a dump valve, then lower the dump valve ports
below the rotary table. Stop the pumps. Keep the dump valve ports
positioned below the rotary table until the dump valve opens and
external drainage stops.
Tripping Out of the Hole
5. Keep the test short to avoid damage to the bit, surface pipe, or The following are recommendations for tripping out of the hole:
blowout preventer (BOP) stack.
• The dump valve opens when the pumps stop, allowing the drillpipe
to drain while tripping out of the hole. However, if there is internal
pressure in the drill string, the dump valve will shut and a wet trip will
Tripping Recommendations occur.

• When tripping out, the rotary table should not be used to break out
Tripping In the Hole connections of double-bend assemblies or steerable assemblies in
While the Cavo drilling motor is a reliable tool, it is susceptible to damage if high build-rate intervals.
care is not taken when tripping the drillpipe. The following are
recommendations for tripping in the hole: • Slow down when nearing casing shoe points.

• Trip in at a controlled rate to avoid damage from striking bridges, • Control tripping speed to avoid swabbing the hole.
shelves, or casing shoes.
• Avoid excessive back-reaming. It shortens motor life.
• Ream through any tight spots by starting the pumps and reaming
slowly. Excessive reaming operation may shorten motor life.

Caution: To avoid sidetracking when tight spots are encountered in


a directionally controlled wellbore, the pumps should not be started
without a directional driller or other knowledgeable and responsible
person on the rig floor.
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Maintenance Procedures After Tripping Drilling Fluid Requirements


The following post-run maintenance steps are required after tripping out of Except for special applications, the recommended minimum/maximum flow
the hole: rate for each motor should be observed to achieve optimum torque and tool
life. Flow rates for each Cavo drilling motor are given in this Motor
1. Remove remaining fluid from the motor by placing the bit in a bit Operations Manual.
breaker.

2. Secure the motor body above the rotating bit sub with rig tongs.
Optimum Operating Performance
3. Rotate the rotary table and bit counter-clockwise, forcing or
“pumping” the fluid out the top of the motor. Operating performance charts are included in this manual and provide the
following:
4. After the bit has been removed, spray water directly through the bit
box. This will wash out the ports above the drive shaft and help • Bit weight
clean the bearing section. • Bit pressure drop
• Bearing loads
5. If the tool is equipped with a dump valve, pour clean fluid into the top • Operating torque
of the dump valve. Work the piston until it travels freely between the • Revolutions-per-minute (rpm) range
down (closed) and up (open) positions. • Motor differential pressure

6. If the tool is to be stored for an extended time before re-use, pour a


small amount of mineral oil or equivalent into the motor. Do not use Starting the Motor
diesel oil.
Before touching bottom of the hole, start the pumps and increase the flow
7. Re-dope the bit box and dump valve box. Install thread protectors. rate slowly to the recommended operating range.

Drilling
Drilling Considerations The Cavo motor is a hydraulically operated tool. Therefore, the primary rig-
The performance life of the motor is determined by the environment in which floor reference is the standpipe pressure gauge. The weight indicator may,
it operates. To ensure optimum performance, avoid: for example, give inaccurate information about actual WOB because of “wall
hanging” while sliding. In this case, the only true indication of whether the bit
is on bottom drilling, is the pressure gauge. Refer to Figure 10 for examples
• Abrasive solids in the circulating system.
of off-bottom, drill-off, and stall-out conditions discussed in the following
subsections.
• High temperatures.

• Exceeding the recommended pressure drop across the bit and


Off-Bottom Pressure
motor.
When the motor is off-bottom circulating, the standpipe pressure gauge
• Pumping higher than recommended fluid volume. shows the total amount of pressure required to pump a known volume of
fluid through the drilling system. This is called “off-bottom” pressure.
• Exceeding recommended bit weight loading resulting in excessive
pressure drop across the tool. Available torque is directly proportional to the pressure drop across the
motor and is indicated as a change in total system pressure. Motor
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Figure 10
differential pressure is defined as the Rotating the Motor
pressure above off-bottom pressure.
Steerable applications and many straight-hole applications require rotation of
Note: When the bit is side loaded from the the drillstring and motor for directional control, reduced drill string torque/
bent housing or bent sub, off-bottom drag, cuttings transport, and differential sticking. It is recommended that
pressure includes motor pressure to provide drillstring rpm be minimized to prolong motor life. A maximum drillstring
torque to rotate the bit with the imposed speed of 60 RPM is recommended, although 120 RPM may be permissible
side load. True motor differential pressure in some areas.
is obtained from standpipe pressure only
when the bit is not side-loaded or when The two most common problems associated with drillstring rotation are
system pressure losses without the motor component fatigue and connection backoff. Fatigue is a function of stress
are known. level and the number of cycles at that level. Increasing RPM increases the
number of stress cycles within a given period of time, thereby potentially
reducing component life.
Pressure While Drilling
Connection backoff may occur when the drillstring momentarily stalls, then
More WOB means a higher total system breaks free and momentarily accelerates. Backoff normally occurs when
pressure at the surface. As the bit drills off, drilling through ledges, tight spots, or formation stringers. This condition,
the total system pressure decreases. The also known as “stick-slip” causes severe lateral vibration, which may result in
standpipe pressure gauge, therefore, can connection backoff. When drilling through stringers or other formation
be used as an indicator of bit weight and conditions known to cause drillstring stalling or stick-slip, reduce rotary
torque. Drill pipe friction will not distort the speed as much as possible. Reducing rotary speed reduces the energy
readings. When the pressure gauge reads available to cause problems.
the optimum on-bottom pressure and the
driller subsequently stops adding weight to Caution: When a drillstring is completely stalled, do not pick up the drillstring
the bit, a drill-off occurs. The pressure will until the torsion energy in the drillstring is released. Allow the drillstring to
steadily fall until the driller puts more weight slowly drive the rotary table or top drive backwards until all of the torque is
on the bit. Performance curves and released. Then pick up the drillstring and resume drilling at reduced RPM
recommended motor differential pressures until the stick-slip condition is overcome.
are included in this manual.
An additional factor in rotating the drillstring is the angle of the bent housing
in steerable applications. Typically, the bent-housing angle should be
Stall Pressure restricted to 1½ degrees or less for drillstring rotation to prolong motor life.
If the driller overloads the bit, a stall will occur. The backpressure in the
drilling fluid will deform the rubber in the stator and flow straight through
without turning the rotor. The pressure gauge will rise abruptly, and then
remain stationary, even if more weight is added to the bit.

When a stall occurs, the driller merely has to raise the bit off bottom slightly
to restart the tool and continue drilling. Stall pressure is about twice the
recommended optimum differential pressure across the motor.

Caution: Operating for an extended period of time in a stalled condition will


cause damage to the rotor and/or stator.
20 21

Factors That Affect Build Rate ADJUSTABLE BEND HOUSING OPERATION


Many factors affect build rate such as tool-size to hole-size ratio, drilling fluid The Cavo adjustable bend housing allows for
type, flow rate, hole erosion, formation anisotropy, placement of stabilizers quick and easy bend angle adjustment from 0
or pads, bottom hole assembly (BHA), motor bend angle and distance from to 3°. Below is the procedure for setting the
bit to bend, and the type of bit used. Following these recommendations can Cavo adjustable bend housing.
minimize these factors affecting build rate:

• The lower the tool-size to hole-size ratio, the better the building Refer to the Figure 11 for steps 1 and 2:
capabilities.
1. Place the jaws of tongs in the tong
• The placement of pads and the use of stabilizers on the OD of the areas shown and break the tool joint.
bottom hole assembly can play a critical role in achieving good build
rates. 2. While keeping the adjusting ring teeth
engaged with the mated slots in the
• Build rate can be better predicted if formation-class empirical data offset housing, unscrew the lock
are available. Some formations prohibit good build rate, and these housing two to four complete turns in
types of formations should be identified while planning the drilling the clockwise direction (unthread).
program.

• Build rate is related to bend angle severity and distance from the Figure 11
bend to the bit.

Figure 12

Refer to Figure 12 for steps 3 and 4:

3. Slide the adjusting ring down to


disengage the teeth in the ring and
the offset housing.

4. To adjust the bend angle of the


bent housing, rotate the adjusting
ring clockwise until the desired
bend-angle marking matches the
bend angle marking on the offset
housing.
22 23

Refer to Figure 13 for steps 5 through 7: POWER SECTION PERFORMANCE FACTORS


5. Engage the teeth of the Although Cavo positive-displacement motors are designed to operate in a
adjusting ring and the offset Figure 13 wide variety of downhole drilling environments, several factors that affect
housing at the desired bend power section performance and operating life must be considered. These
angle. factors include:

6. Apply thread dope to the • Drilling Muds


mated faces of the lock • Air, foam, or mist
housing and the adjusting • Fluid pressure limitations (stalled motor)
ring. • Excessive flow rates
• Temperature
7. Screw the lock housing and
the adjusting ring together
and apply the torque value
listed in Table 2. The Drilling Muds
matching markings on the
OD of the offset housing While Cavo motors are suitable for a wide range of drilling muds, the
and the adjusting ring following factors should be considered:
indicate the bend angle
selected as well as the high
side marks to identify the Mud Solids
high side of the tool.
Drilling-fluid properties should be maintained within the same constraints as
when rotary drilling. However, the following special precautions should also
be observed:
Table 2
• The mud should be free of plugging agents, as well as foreign
LOCK HOUSING MAKE-UP TORQUE bodies.
Motor Size English Metric
• The use of a drillpipe screen is recommended.
3-1/8 (313) 2,700 ft-lbs 3,600 N-m
• The fluid should have the least possible sand content (1% or less is
3-1/2 (350) 3,800 ft-lbs 5,100 N-m recommended).
3-3/4 (375) 4,600 ft-lbs 6,300 N-m
• Drilling fluid additives should be used only in limited amounts.
4-3/4 (475) 9,500 ft-lbs 12,700 N-m Excessive amounts of drilling fluid additives, such as lost circulation
material (LCM), can affect tool performance. Drilled solids and/or
6-1/2 (650) 23,000 ft-lbs 31,000 N-m abrasive additives should be kept to a minimum. A poorly mixed slug
of weighted material or LCM can cause nearly instantaneous
6-3/4 (675) 27,000 ft-lbs 37,000 N-m termination of an otherwise good motor run.
7-3/4 (775) 29,000 ft-lbs 39,000 N-m
• Where possible, hematite-weighting materials should not be used.
8-1/2 (850) 38,000 ft-lbs 51,000 N-m These materials have been shown to greatly reduce motor life.

9-5/8 (963) 61,000 ft-lbs 83,000 N-m


24 25

Oil-Based Muds Fluid Pressure Limitations / Stalled Motor


Oil-based muds and muds that contain oil can reduce stator life. The degree When enough WOB is added to exceed maximum design pressure, the
of stator damage depends on the specific chemistry of the oils used. One motor will stall. When mud pressure, as indicated on the mud-pressure
measure of an oil’s aggressiveness in damaging elastomers is the oil’s gauge, increases, stall is indicated and does not vary as additional weight is
aniline point. The aniline point of a material may be defined as the lowest added to the bit.
temperature at which equal volumes of freshly distilled aniline and the oil
being tested are completely miscible. As an oil’s aniline point decreases, the
oil becomes more damaging. While aniline point is a useful measure, some Bored Rotors / Extended Flow Rates
oil-based muds are still aggressive despite a high aniline point.
To extend the allowable flow-rate range of multi-lobed power sections, bored
Note: Tests for mud-elastomer compatibility with Cavo elastomers may be rotors with selectable nozzles are available. To avoid adverse affects on
conducted when fluids are anticipated. Stators must contain compatible motor performance, care must be exercised in nozzle selection. Contact
rubber compounds for oil-based muds. Contact your Cavo representative your Cavo representative for recommendations on optimum flow rates and
for more information. Because of the severe degradation of elastomers motor performance.
exposed to drilling fluids at temperatures above 300°F, Cavo strongly
recommends that elastomer compound selection for bottom hole circulating
temperatures (BHCT) over 300°F be based on fluid compatibility testing. Temperature Effects
The effects of temperature can have a drastic affect on the life of the stator.
Mud Additives A high bottom-hole temperature can affect the interference fit between the
rotor and stator. This can result in stator damage or reduced operating life.
Certain amine-based additives, such as emulsifiers, corrosion inhibitors, and In general, as temperature increases, motor life decreases. Standard Cavo
scavengers, can (even in very small quantities) cause elastomer failure. stator elastomers are rated to 250°F (120°C). A motor operated, even for a
limited time, at temperatures at or above the designed operating
temperature will shorten the expected motor life.
Brine or Fresh-Water Muds
Brine and fresh-water muds (but not bentonite gels) provide little lubrication
for motor stator elastomers, so abrasive wear between rotor and stator can
be a concern. Additionally, the adhesives used to bond elastomers to
metals can undergo hydrolysis when exposed to water, especially at
temperatures in excess of 200°F. Bond-strength degradation can trigger a
multitude of problems, some minor and some causing catastrophic failure of
the downhole motor. Brine drilling fluids may also cause corrosion of rotors,
dump valves, or other components. Special coatings are available. Contact
your Cavo representative for more information.

Air, Foam, or Mist


The use of air, foam, or mist may adversely affect motor performance unless
guidelines are followed concerning motor lubrication, air-volume
requirements, and WOB.
26 27

SPECIAL APPLICATIONS Lubricants—General Recommendations


Using dry air causes high rotor/stator friction and can result in short runs. It
is recommended that a minimal amount of lubricant (consistent with
Air, Foam, or Mist Drilling formation capability, available equipment, etc.) be run. The most successful
lubricants used have been
The Cavo motor can be used successfully for directional drilling purposes
where air and air/mist is the circulating media.
• Liquid soap — 0.5 to 1 gal/bbl of water
• Graphite — 4 to 6 lb/bbl of water
Air-Volume-Requirement Guideline • Gel — 0.5 to 1 lb/bbl of water
• Oil — 0.1 to 0.6 gal/hr
To convert liquid-volume requirements to air-volume requirements, use the
following conversion: 1 gallon per minute (gal/min) of drilling fluid equals 4 to Lubricants should be injected in fresh water downstream of the air
4 ½ standard cubic feet per minute (scfm) of air. compressors.

Example: 400 gal/min = 1,600 to 1,800 cfm


Air Operation Factors
Foam-Volume-Requirement Guideline When operated on air, the tool will

It is recommended that 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 scfm of air plus 10 to 100 gal/min of • Be more weight sensitive than in fluid
injected foam be used. • Stall out at lower pressure
• Require less WOB to drill
Pressure Requirements
The pressure required with air, foam, or mist drilling is approximately twice Bit Selection
the pressure required when liquid drilling fluids are used. Best results have been obtained with sealed bearing bits. To reduce
pressure requirements on the air compressor, jets should not be used in the
bit.
Dump Valves
Dump valves should not be used. If the motor is equipped with a dump
valve, replace it with a crossover sub. If a crossover sub is not available, Operational Cautions
then remove the dump valve internal assemblies and blank off the outlet Start the motor by applying a light weight on the bit and pumping air. Do not
ports. allow the tool to run freely off-bottom. If the bit is allowed to run freely off-
bottom, then bit speed will increase rapidly as air expands through the
motor, and potential damage may result. Such damage may include:
Flapper Valve
A flapper valve should be used to control bleed-off and when running • Stator damage due to friction/heat
wireline tools. Float valves should be placed immediately above the motor • Bearing damage if weight is applied suddenly to the bit
and on the surface to avoid blowback on connections. String float valves can
be run every 1,000 ft for additional control. Before picking up off-bottom, turn off the air compressor and allow the air
pressure to bleed off until standpipe pressure is equal to annulus pressure.
28 29

Coring ◊ Continue pumping for a few minutes (at


low volume) to reduce equipment
Several coring operations with PDMs have demonstrated the cost temperature.
effectiveness of using a downhole motor in this difficult application. Slow-
speed motors are especially suited for coring because of their high torque at ◊ Continue this process in stages of 500 to
moderate speed. Slow-speed, high-torque motors can drive core barrels up 1,000 ft until reaching operating depth.
to 90 ft in length.
• Noncirculating periods (surveying, orienting, etc.)
A drop-ball sub is typically run between the motor and core barrel. An must be as short and as infrequent as possible.
increase in flow rate causes a steel ball to drop from this special sub,
thereby redirecting fluid flow to the annulus between the inner tube and outer
tube of the core barrel for the coring operation. In general, the material used
in a core bit should be one grade softer than the material used in a normal
rotary bit.
Casing Drill
Simultaneous drilling and running large-diameter surface
casing has saved many hours of rig time in both land and
High-Temperature Environments offshore operations. This operation is performed with a casing
drill, which is an assembly consisting of: a bit, a Cavo motor, a
PDMs are designed with an interference fit between the rotor and stator, jet sub, drill collars, and crossover subs. All of these items are
establishing a seal. For the motor to operate efficiently, the interference fit suspended by a running tool that is latched into a
must remain within a specified range. A high bottom-hole temperature can preassembled conductor pipe. When the desired depth is
increase the interference fit, which can result in stator damage or reduced reached, the drilling assembly is unlatched and tripped,
operating life. As temperature increases, motor life decreases. Although a leaving the conductor pipe in place. A casing-drill assembly is
motor may be operated for a limited time at temperatures above the shown in Figure 14.
designed operating temperature, shortened life can be expected. Motors are
designed for specific temperature ranges, either below approximately 250°F The casing-drill tool and technique are typically used in
(120°C) or above approximately 300°F (150°C). For optimum performance, unconsolidated alluvial formations, such as those found in the
the motor should be selected according to the temperature range in which it Gulf of Mexico. The operator can benefit from running surface
is expected to operate. casing while drilling, and the risk of losing the hole from
sloughing when retrieving the drilling assembly is eliminated.

A typical offshore casing-drill operation is performed as


Hot Hole Procedure follows:
For a bottom hole circulating temperature (BHCT) exceeding 250°F
(120°C) , the following guidelines apply: 1. Determine the customer’s drilling specifications, such
as angle, rotation, soak time, and sweeps.
• Contact Cavo service representative for preparation of a hot-
2. Determine the available volume of drilling fluid, then
hole motor.
size the nozzles in the bit and jet sub accordingly.
• Stage in the hole:
3. Measure the length of the casing assembly (wellhead,
◊ When reaching the depth where temperature is casing, and shoe joints).
estimated to be approximately 250°F (120°C) , stop and
Figure 14
circulate cool fluid to the motor.
30 31

• Drilling through sand bridges and cement plugs


4. Measure the internal BHA, including the lower portion of the running • Removal of paraffin buildup
tool that is dependent on the length of the casing assembly. • Minerals exploration
Determine how the BHA will be spaced inside the casing assembly. • Pilot-hole drilling
Preassembly of the BHA is recommended to minimize BHA • Horizontal boring
exposure to the elements of the offshore environment.

5. Position the guide base and/or the mud mat in the moon pool of the
drilling vessel.
Short-Radius Applications
6. Assemble the casing (with welded or mechanical connections). Cavo offers small OD drilling motors such as the 2-7/8”, 3-1/8”, 3-1/2” and
Lower into the moon pool. 3-3/4” tool diameters which can be used in short-radius applications. Short-
radius drilling is a highly specialized application for drilling motors, and each
7. Assemble the BHA and lower it into the casing. Make up the well requires thorough drillstring and BHA analysis. Before planning a short-
running tool on the wellhead joint. radius drilling job, we recommend contacting a Cavo representative.

8. Lower the BHA to the mud line while keeping a pipe tally to verify
water depth.
Coiled-Tubing Applications
9. Perform preliminary checks of the bullseye reading, rotation of the
casing string, and condition of the running tool. Cavo motors can be used in many types of coiled tubing (CT) applications.
Remedial, production, and drilling jobs have been successfully executed,
10. Tag the mudline and begin drilling. primarily with 3-1/2” OD and smaller motors. The following are important
items to consider when planning a motor run on coiled tubing:
11. Monitor mud-pump volume, mud-pump pressure, WOB, and ROP.
Work or reciprocate the string as required.

12. Monitor the well deviation, and control drill to the desired depth. Pressure Drop Through The Coil

13. After reaching the predetermined depth, visually confirm the angle Unlike conventional drilling operations, the length of CT, spooled or
and depth readings. If a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) is unspooled, is fixed at all times. Hydraulic calculations must be made to
available, confirm the rotation. Soak for the specified period, ensure that the recommended flow-rate range of the desired motor can be
release the running tool, and pull out of the hole. achieved within the maximum working pressure of the pumps and the CT.

It is recommended that a trained, experienced motor operator be onsite to


supervise the operation of a casing drill.
Coil Torsional Yield
The maximum stall torque of the motor should not exceed 80% of the
nominal torsional yield of the tubing for vertical drilling, and 50% of the
nominal yield for drilling directional wells. The lower figure for directional
Remedial and Production Applications applications allows greater coil stiffness for a more stable tool face. All other
applications should adhere to the 80% rule. Mechanical properties of
Production, remedial, and special drilling problems can be solved with a
popular sizes and types of CT can be found in manufacturers’ handbooks.
Cavo mud motor. The motor can be used for
32 33

Coil Buckling
Computer software is generally available to calculate maximum WOB
available for a given directional or horizontal-well profile. For vertical
applications, it is recommended that drill collars be run with sufficient outside
diameter (OD) and length to keep the CT in tension while providing sufficient
WOB.

Depth Control

When CT is used, depth control becomes critical in deeper wells (greater


than 5,000 ft). It is recommended that at least two depth-tracking methods
be available. Commonly, mechanical and electronic devices are used

Motor Troubleshooting Chart


simultaneously, and their outputs are compared for accuracy during the job.
In the absence of backup systems, the CT can be hand strapped during
tripping. Further questions regarding CT operations with drilling motors
should be directed to your Cavo representative.

TROUBLESHOOTING
Cavo downhole motors are designed and manufactured with strict
adherence to high quality control standards. Generally, if proper operational
procedures are followed, Cavo drilling motors provide trouble-free
performance. However, should a problem arise, refer to the Troubleshooting
Chart on the following page. It describes commonly encountered drilling
problems and provides possible solutions for each.

Note: The troubleshooting chart offers assistance in solving common motor


situations that may develop; however, it is not intended as a substitute for
experienced supervision.

Motor Blockage
If there is no float valve in the string and “backflow” is observed while making
up connections, it is possible that sand and other debris may have entered
the drill string. This condition may result in complete blockage of the motor,
requiring a trip to change out the motor.
34 35

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS Motor Performance Curves


Cavo offers a wide range of drilling motors. Motor size is generally defined Motor performance curves are given for each motor size. A speed curve,
by the outer diameter of the motor. Cavo currently offers the following outer power curve, and torque curve are provided. The performance curves are
diameter (OD) sizes of drilling motors: provided as a function of the differential pressure across the drilling motor.
The full load condition is also indicated on the plotted curves.
• 2-7/8” (73 mm)
• 3-1/8” (79 mm) Examples of how to read the motor curves are given below.
• 3-1/2” (89 mm)
• 3-3/4” (95 mm)
• 4-3/4” (120 mm)
9L-675-4
• 6-1/2” (165 mm) MOTOR SPEED CURVE

• 6-3/4” (172 mm) The 9L-675-4 motor


300


600 GPM

Full Load
7-3/4” (197 mm) operating at a flow rate of 250
• 8-1/2” (216 mm) 600 GPM, will have a
• 9-5/8” (244 mm) rotational speed of 200 200

SPEED (RPM)
RPM at approximately 425 GPM

Cavo offers multiple configurations for each size of drilling motor. This 530 PSI differential 150

section provides complete technical specifications, performance curves, and pressure and...
build rate prediction tables for each motor. 100
200 GPM

50
The Cavo model number provides an easy method of determining the motor
configuration. The Cavo model number description is given below: 0
0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)

9L-675-4
MOTOR POW ER CURVE
350

300
...the 9L-675-4 motor
operating at 600 GPM, 250

will have an output power

POWER (HP)
200
of approximately 320 HP 600 GPM

at the same 530 psi 150


425 GPM
differential pressure
100
and...
200 GPM

Full Load
50

0
0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
36 37

9L-675-4 All Cavo drilling motors are engineered as “three-point” curve drilling
MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
14000
assemblies. Since any three points not in a line describe an arc, the drill bit,
the top of the motor, and the lower stabilizers (if any) create such an arc.

Full Load
12000 Figure 11 shows the basic three-point geometry of a motor with a bent
10000
housing.
...the 9L-675-4 motor

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
operating at 600 GPM, 8000

will have an torque output


6000
of approximately 8,500
Ft-lbs at the same 530 4000
psi differential pressure.
2000

0
0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)

Build Rate Prediction Tables


The follow are some notes regarding the build rate prediction tables given in
the motor specification sheets

• The build rate prediction values will vary as the gauge and
placement of the motor stabilizers, sleeves, or pads are
changed.

• While the motor is sliding, it is assumed that an in-gauge hole is The following are the motor specifications and performance data for the Cavo
drilled. drilling motors. Cavo has taken every precaution as to the accuracy of the
content and data presented in this section. Cavo make no warranties,
• A short-gauge bit will produce better directional tendencies than guarantees, or representations concerning the accuracy or individual
an extended-gauge bit. interpretation of the data. It is recommended that the nearest Cavo
representative be contacted for the latest information.
• The formation is assumed to be homogeneous.

• The tables assume all stabilizers are 1/8” (3.2 mm) under-
gauge.

• The build rate prediction values should be regarded as


estimates and should only be used for general guidance.
Formation characteristics, bit profile, BHA design, and drilling
parameters can all affect the directional response.

• The units for Build Rate Prediction are in degrees per 100 ft.
38 2-7/8” 2-7/8” 39

5L-288-3
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 450

Full Load
Tool OD 2-7/8 in 73 mm 400
5L-288-3 350
100 GPM

Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6


300
Number of Stages 3 3

SPEED (RPM)
70 GPM
250
Bit Box Threads 2-3/8 Reg 2-3/8 Reg
7
2- /8 in OD Top Connection 2-3/8 Reg 2-3/8 Reg
200

150 40 GPM

Flow Rate 40 - 100 gpm 2.5 - 6.5 L/s


5:6 Lobe 100

Bit Speed at Full Load 100 - 260 rpm 100 - 260 rpm 50

3 Stage Maximum Torque 690 ft-lbs 936 N-m 0


0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480
Maximum Power 26 hp 19 kw DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 450 psi 3.1 mpa


5L-288-3
MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa
30

Bit to Bend 28 in 711 mm


25
Maximum Weight on Bit 6,000 lbs 2,700 kg

Maximum Bit Pull 30,000 lbs 13,000 kg 20

POWER (HP)
100 GPM
Weight 287 lbs 130 kg
15
70 GPM
Length 140 in 3,570 mm
10
40 GPM

Full Load
5
5L-288-3 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH 0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3-1/2" 3-7/8" 4-1/4" 4-1/2" 3-1/2" 3-7/8" 4-1/4" 4-1/2"

0.31 3.40 5.13 6.85 7.99


5L-288-3
0.62 0.76 8.31 10.03 11.73 12.86
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
800
0.93 6.33 0.30 13.22 14.92 16.61 17.74

Full Load
1.22 11.55 5.50 17.81 19.50 21.18 22.29 700

1.50 16.58 10.52 4.64 0.81 22.25 23.93 25.59 26.70


600
1.76 21.25 15.18 9.29 5.45 26.36 28.03 29.69 30.78

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
500
2.00 25.56 19.48 13.58 9.73 30.17 31.82 33.47 34.56

2.23 29.70 23.61 17.69 13.84 33.81 35.46 37.09 38.17 400

2.42 33.11 27.01 21.09 17.23 36.82 38.46 40.08 41.16


300
2.60 36.35 30.24 24.30 20.44 39.67 41.30 42.92 43.99
200
2.74 38.87 32.75 26.81 22.94 41.89 43.51 45.12 46.19

2.85 40.84 34.72 28.77 24.90 43.63 45.25 46.86 47.92 100

2.93 42.28 36.15 30.20 26.33 44.90 46.51 48.12 49.18


0
2.98 43.18 37.05 31.10 27.22 45.69 47.30 48.91 49.97 0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480 540 600
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 43.54 37.41 31.46 27.58 46.01 47.62 49.22 50.28
40 2-7/8 2-7/8 41

7L-288-4
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 700

Full Load
Tool OD 2-7/8 in 73 mm
7L-288-4 600
120 GPM

Number of Lobes 7:8 7:8


500

Number of Stages 4 4

SPEED (RPM)
90 GPM
400
Bit Box Threads 2-3/8 Reg 2-3/8 Reg
7
2- /8 in OD Top Connection 2-3/8 Reg 2-3/8 Reg
300
60 GPM

200
Flow Rate 60 - 120 gpm 3.8 - 7.6 L/s
7:8 Lobe
Bit Speed at Full Load 180 - 380 rpm 180 - 380 rpm 100

4 Stage Maximum Torque 1,000 ft-lbs 1,356 N-m 0


0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
Maximum Power 55 hp 41 kw DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 600 psi 4.1 mpa


7L-288-4
MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa
60

Bit to Bend 28 in 711 mm


50
Maximum Weight on Bit 6,000 lbs 2,700 kg

Maximum Bit Pull 30,000 lbs 13,000 kg 40

POWER (HP)
120 GPM

Weight 287 lbs 130 kg


30 90 GPM

Length 145 in 3,683 mm


20 60 GPM

Full Load
10
7L-288-4 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3-1/2" 3-7/8" 4-1/4" 4-1/2" 3-1/2" 3-7/8" 4-1/4" 4-1/2"

0.31 3.40 5.13 6.85 7.99


7L-288-4
0.62 0.76 8.31 10.03 11.73 12.86
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
1200
0.93 6.33 0.30 13.22 14.92 16.61 17.74

Full Load
1.22 11.55 5.50 17.81 19.50 21.18 22.29
1000
1.50 16.58 10.52 4.64 0.81 22.25 23.93 25.59 26.70

1.76 21.25 15.18 9.29 5.45 26.36 28.03 29.69 30.78

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
800
2.00 25.56 19.48 13.58 9.73 30.17 31.82 33.47 34.56

2.23 29.70 23.61 17.69 13.84 33.81 35.46 37.09 38.17 600

2.42 33.11 27.01 21.09 17.23 36.82 38.46 40.08 41.16

2.60 36.35 30.24 24.30 20.44 39.67 41.30 42.92 43.99 400

2.74 38.87 32.75 26.81 22.94 41.89 43.51 45.12 46.19


200
2.85 40.84 34.72 28.77 24.90 43.63 45.25 46.86 47.92

2.93 42.28 36.15 30.20 26.33 44.90 46.51 48.12 49.18


0
2.98 43.18 37.05 31.10 27.22 45.69 47.30 48.91 49.97 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 43.54 37.41 31.46 27.58 46.01 47.62 49.22 50.28
42 3-1/8 3-1/8 43

7L-313-4
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 700

Full Load
Tool OD 3-1/8 in 79 mm
7L-313-4 600
120 GPM
Number of Lobes 7:8 7:8
500

Number of Stages 4 4

SPEED (RPM)
90 GPM
400
Bit Box Threads 2-3/8 Reg 2-3/8 Reg
1
3- /8 in OD Top Connection 2-3/8 Reg 2-3/8 Reg
300
60 GPM

200
Flow Rate 60 - 120 gpm 3.8 - 7.6 L/s
7:8 Lobe
Bit Speed at Full Load 180 - 380 rpm 180 - 380 rpm 100

4 Stage Maximum Torque 1,000 ft-lbs 1,356 N-m 0


0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
Maximum Power 55 hp 41 kw DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 600 psi 4.1 mpa


7L-313-4
MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa
60

Bit to Bend 28 in 711 mm


50
Maximum Weight on Bit 7,000 lbs 3,000 kg

Maximum Bit Pull 35,000 lbs 16,000 kg 40


120 GPM

POWER (HP)
Weight 287 lbs 130 kg
30 90 GPM

Length 145 in 3,683 mm


20 60 GPM

Full Load
10
7L-313-4 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3-7/8" 4-1/4" 4-1/2" 3-7/8" 4-1/4" 4-1/2"

0.31 5.13 6.85 7.99


7L-313-4
0.62 10.03 11.73 12.86
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
1200
0.93 0.30 14.92 16.61 17.74

Full Load
1.22 5.50 19.50 21.18 22.29
1000
1.50 10.52 4.64 0.81 23.93 25.59 26.70

1.76 15.18 9.29 5.45 28.03 29.69 30.78


800

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 19.48 13.58 9.73 31.82 33.47 34.56

2.23 23.61 17.69 13.84 35.46 37.09 38.17 600

2.42 27.01 21.09 17.23 38.46 40.08 41.16

2.60 30.24 24.30 20.44 41.30 42.92 43.99 400

2.74 32.75 26.81 22.94 43.51 45.12 46.19


200
2.85 34.72 28.77 24.90 45.25 46.86 47.92

2.93 36.15 30.20 26.33 46.51 48.12 49.18


0
2.98 37.05 31.10 27.22 47.30 48.91 49.97 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 37.41 31.46 27.58 47.62 49.22 50.28
44 3-1/2 3-1/2 45

5L-350-3
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 400

160 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 3-1/2 in 89 mm
5L-350-3 350

Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6 300

115 GPM
Number of Stages 3 3 250

SPEED (RPM)
Bit Box Threads 2-3/8 Reg 2-3/8 Reg 200

3-1/2 in OD Top Connection 2-3/8 Reg 2-3/8 Reg 150 70 GPM

Flow Rate 70 - 160 gpm 4.4 - 10.1 L/s 100


5:6 Lobe
Bit Speed at Full Load 100 - 240 rpm 100 - 240 rpm 50

3 Stage Maximum Torque 960 ft-lbs 1,300 N-m 0


0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480
Maximum Power 33 hp 25 kw DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 450 psi 3.1 mpa


5L-350-3
MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa
35

Bit to Bend 41 in 1,046 mm


30
Maximum Weight on Bit 8,000 lbs 3,600 kg
25
Maximum Bit Pull 40,000 lbs 18,000 kg
160 GPM

POWER (HP)
20
Weight 287 lbs 130 kg
115 GPM
15
Length 141 in 3,570 mm
70 GPM
10

Full Load
5L-350-3 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft ) 5

SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING


0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
4-1/4" 4-1/2" 4-3/4" 5" 4-1/4" 4-1/2" 4-3/4" 5"

0.31 4.05 5.04 6.02 7.00


5L-350-3
0.62 1.01 8.47 9.46 10.43 11.40
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
1200
0.93 6.15 3.13 0.17 12.90 13.87 14.84 15.80

Full Load
1.22 10.95 7.93 4.96 2.03 17.03 18.00 18.96 19.92
1000
1.50 15.59 12.56 9.58 6.65 21.03 21.99 22.94 23.89

1.76 19.90 16.86 13.88 10.94 24.74 25.69 26.64 27.58


800

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 23.87 20.83 17.84 14.89 28.16 29.11 30.05 30.99

2.23 27.69 24.64 21.64 18.69 31.44 32.39 33.32 34.26 600

2.42 30.83 27.78 24.78 21.82 34.16 35.09 36.02 36.95

2.60 33.82 30.76 27.75 24.79 36.72 37.66 38.58 39.51 400

2.74 36.14 33.08 30.06 27.10 38.72 39.65 40.58 41.50


200
2.85 37.96 34.90 31.88 28.91 40.29 41.22 42.14 43.06

2.93 39.29 36.22 33.20 30.23 41.43 42.36 43.28 44.19


0
2.98 40.12 37.05 34.03 31.05 42.15 43.07 43.99 44.90 0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480 540 600
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 40.45 37.38 34.36 31.38 42.43 43.36 44.27 45.19
46 3-3/4 3-3/4 47

1L-375-4
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 900

Full Load
140 GPM
Tool OD 3-3/4 in 95 mm 800
1L-375-4 700
Number of Lobes 1:2 1:2
600
Number of Stages 4 4 100 GPM

SPEED (RPM)
500
Bit Box Threads 2-7/8 Reg 2-7/8 Reg
3
3- /4 in OD Top Connection 2-7/8 Reg 2-7/8 Reg
400

300 60 GPM

Flow Rate 60 - 140 gpm 3.8 - 8.8 L/s


1:2 Lobe 200

Bit Speed at Full Load 200 - 550 rpm 200 - 550 rpm 100

4 Stage Maximum Torque 650 ft-lbs 880 N-m 0


0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
Maximum Power 36 hp 27 kw DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 600 psi 4.1 mpa


1L-375-4
MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa
40

Bit to Bend 46 in 1,176 mm


35

Maximum Weight on Bit 11,000 lbs 5,000 kg


30

Maximum Bit Pull 45,000 lbs 20,000 kg


25

POWER (HP)
140 GPM
Weight 379 lbs 172 kg
20
100 GPM
Length 149 in 3,789 mm
15

10 60 GPM

Full Load
1L-375-4 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft ) 5

SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING


0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
4-3/4" 5" 5-1/2" 5-7/8" 4-3/4" 5" 5-1/2" 5-7/8"

0.31 4.29 5.16 6.88 8.17


1L-375-4
0.62 0.42 8.15 9.01 10.72 12.00
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
500
0.93 5.25 3.00 12.01 12.87 14.57 15.83

Full Load
1.22 9.76 7.50 3.07 15.63 16.47 18.16 19.42 450

1.50 14.12 11.85 7.41 4.16 19.11 19.96 21.63 22.88 400

1.76 18.16 15.89 11.44 8.18 22.35 23.19 24.85 26.09 350

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 21.90 19.62 15.16 11.89 25.34 26.17 27.83 29.06 300

2.23 25.48 23.20 18.72 15.44 28.21 29.03 30.68 31.91 250

2.42 28.44 26.15 21.66 18.38 30.57 31.40 33.04 34.26 200
2.60 31.24 28.95 24.45 21.16 32.82 33.64 35.27 36.48 150
2.74 33.42 31.12 26.62 23.32 34.56 35.38 37.01 38.22 100
2.85 35.13 32.83 28.33 25.02 35.93 36.75 38.37 39.58
50
2.93 36.38 34.08 29.57 26.26 36.93 37.74 39.36 40.57
0
2.98 37.15 34.85 30.34 27.03 37.55 38.37 39.98 41.19 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 37.46 35.16 30.65 27.34 37.80 38.61 40.23 41.43
48 3-3/4 3-3/4 49

5L-375-3
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 450

Full Load
Tool OD 3-3/4 in 95 mm 400
5L-375-3 350
190 GPM

Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6


300
Number of Stages 3 3

SPEED (RPM)
135 GPM
250
Bit Box Threads 2-7/8 Reg 2-7/8 Reg
3
3- /4 in OD Top Connection 2-7/8 Reg 2-7/8 Reg
200

150 80 GPM

Flow Rate 80 - 190 gpm 5 - 12 L/s


5:6 Lobe 100

Bit Speed at Full Load 100 - 260 rpm 100 - 260 rpm 50

3 Stage Maximum Torque 1,340 ft-lbs 1,817 N-m 0


0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480
Maximum Power 50 hp 37 kw DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 450 psi 3.1 mpa


5L-375-3
MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa
60

Bit to Bend 46 in 1,176 mm


50
Maximum Weight on Bit 11,000 lbs 5,000 kg

Maximum Bit Pull 45,000 lbs 20,000 kg 40

POWER (HP)
190 GPM
Weight 348 lbs 158 kg
30
135 GPM
Length 149 in 3,789 mm
20
80 GPM

Full Load
10
5L-375-3 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
4-3/4" 5" 5-1/2" 5-7/8" 4-3/4" 5" 5-1/2" 5-7/8"

0.31 4.29 5.16 6.88 8.17


5L-375-3
0.62 0.42 8.15 9.01 10.72 12.00
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
1600
0.93 5.25 3.00 12.01 12.87 14.57 15.83

Full Load
1.22 9.76 7.50 3.07 15.63 16.47 18.16 19.42 1400

1.50 14.12 11.85 7.41 4.16 19.11 19.96 21.63 22.88


1200
1.76 18.16 15.89 11.44 8.18 22.35 23.19 24.85 26.09

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
1000
2.00 21.90 19.62 15.16 11.89 25.34 26.17 27.83 29.06

2.23 25.48 23.20 18.72 15.44 28.21 29.03 30.68 31.91 800

2.42 28.44 26.15 21.66 18.38 30.57 31.40 33.04 34.26


600
2.60 31.24 28.95 24.45 21.16 32.82 33.64 35.27 36.48
400
2.74 33.42 31.12 26.62 23.32 34.56 35.38 37.01 38.22

2.85 35.13 32.83 28.33 25.02 35.93 36.75 38.37 39.58 200

2.93 36.38 34.08 29.57 26.26 36.93 37.74 39.36 40.57


0
2.98 37.15 34.85 30.34 27.03 37.55 38.37 39.98 41.19 0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480 540 600
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 37.46 35.16 30.65 27.34 37.80 38.61 40.23 41.43
50 3-3/4 3-3/4 51

9L-375-4
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 250

Full Load
Tool OD 3-3/4 in 95 mm
9L-375-4 200
140 GPM

Number of Lobes 9:10 9:10

Number of Stages 4 4

SPEED (RPM)
100 GPM
150

Bit Box Threads 2-7/8 Reg 2-7/8 Reg


3
3- /4 in OD Top Connection 2-7/8 Reg 2-7/8 Reg 100
60 GPM

Flow Rate 60 - 140 gpm 3.8 - 8.8 L/s


9:10 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 60 - 145 rpm 60 - 145 rpm

4 Stage Maximum Torque 1,550 ft-lbs 2,100 N-m 0


0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
Maximum Power 30 hp 22 kw DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 600 psi 4.1 mpa


9L-375-4
MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa
35

Bit to Bend 46 in 1,176 mm


30
Maximum Weight on Bit 11,000 lbs 5,000 kg
25
Maximum Bit Pull 55,000 lbs 25,000 kg

POWER (HP)
140 GPM
20
Weight 379 lbs 172 kg
100 GPM
15
Length 149 in 3,789 mm

10 60 GPM
9L-375-4 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )

Full Load
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
5
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE
ANGLE
4-3/4" 5" 5-1/2" 5-7/8" 4-3/4" 5" 5-1/2" 5-7/8" 0
0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
0.35 4.79 5.66 7.38 8.66
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
0.69 1.51 9.03 9.88 11.59 12.86

1.04 6.96 4.70 0.29 13.38 14.24 15.93 17.19


9L-375-4
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
1.37 12.09 9.83 5.40 2.15 17.49 18.34 20.02 21.27
1800
1.69 17.07 14.80 10.35 7.09 21.48 22.32 23.99 25.23

Full Load
2.00 21.90 19.62 15.16 11.89 25.34 26.17 27.83 29.06 1600

2.29 26.41 24.13 19.65 16.37 28.95 29.78 31.42 32.65


1400
2.57 30.77 28.48 23.99 20.70 32.44 33.26 34.90 36.11
1200

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.83 34.82 32.52 28.02 24.72 35.68 36.50 38.12 39.33

3.06 38.40 36.10 31.58 28.27 38.55 39.36 40.97 42.18 1000

3.28 41.82 39.52 34.99 31.67 41.29 42.10 43.70 44.90 800
3.46 44.63 42.31 37.78 34.46 43.54 44.34 45.94 47.13
600
3.63 47.27 44.96 40.42 37.09 45.65 46.45 48.05 49.23
400
3.76 49.30 46.98 42.43 39.10 47.28 48.07 49.66 50.84

3.86 50.85 48.53 43.98 40.64 48.52 49.32 50.90 52.08 200

3.94 52.10 49.78 45.22 41.88 49.52 50.31 51.89 53.07 0


3.98 52.72 50.40 45.84 42.50 50.02 50.81 52.39 53.56 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
4.00 53.03 50.71 46.15 42.81 50.27 51.06 52.64 53.81
52 4-3/4 4-3/4 53

5L-475-3
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

Full Load
Tool OD 4-3/4 in 120 mm
5L-475-3 250
250 GPM

Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6


200
Number of Stages 3 3

SPEED (RPM)
175 GPM

Bit Box Threads 3-1/2 Reg 3-1/2 Reg 150


3
4- /4 in OD Top Connection
3-1/2 Reg 3-1/2 Reg
100 GPM
3-1/2 IF 3-1/2 IF 100

Flow Rate 100 - 250 gpm 6.3 - 16 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 70 - 175 rpm 70 - 175 rpm

3 Stage Maximum Torque 2,110 ft-lbs 2860 N-m


0
0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 53 hp 40 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 450 psi 3.1 mpa 5L-475-3


MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 60

Bit to Bend 46 in 1,176 mm


50
Maximum Weight on Bit 25,000 lbs 11,300 kg
40
Maximum Bit Pull 80,000 lbs 36,000 kg

POWER (HP)
250 GPM

Weight 873 lbs 396 kg 30


175 GPM
Length 200 in 5,088 mm
20
100 GPM

Full Load
10
5L-475-3 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
6" 6-1/8" 6-3/4" 7-7/8" 6" 6-1/8" 6-3/4" 7-7/8"

0.31 4.89 5.28 7.22 10.68


5L-475-3
0.62 8.60 8.99 10.92 14.35
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
2500
0.93 3.07 2.03 12.32 12.70 14.62 18.02

Full Load
1.22 7.37 6.32 1.20 15.79 16.18 18.08 21.46

1.50 11.51 10.46 5.33 19.15 19.53 21.42 24.78 2000

1.76 15.36 14.31 9.16 0.30 22.27 22.65 24.52 27.86

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 18.91 17.86 12.70 3.82 25.15 25.52 27.39 30.71 1500

2.23 22.32 21.26 16.09 7.18 27.90 28.28 30.13 33.43

2.42 25.13 24.07 18.89 9.97 30.18 30.55 32.40 35.69 1000
2.60 27.79 26.73 21.54 12.60 32.34 32.71 34.55 37.82

2.74 29.87 28.81 23.60 14.65 34.02 34.39 36.22 39.48 500
2.85 31.50 30.43 25.23 16.26 35.34 35.71 37.54 40.78

2.93 32.68 31.62 26.41 17.43 36.30 36.67 38.49 41.73


0
2.98 33.42 32.36 27.14 18.17 36.90 37.26 39.09 42.33 0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480 540 600
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 33.72 32.65 27.44 18.46 37.14 37.50 39.33 42.56
54 4-3/4 4-3/4 55

5L-475-4
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

Full Load
Tool OD 4-3/4 in 120 mm 250 GPM
5L-475-4 250
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
200
Number of Stages 4 4

SPEED (RPM)
175 GPM

Bit Box Threads 3-1/2 Reg 3-1/2 Reg 150


3
4- /4 in OD Top Connection
3-1/2 Reg 3-1/2 Reg
100 GPM
3-1/2 IF 3-1/2 IF 100

Flow Rate 100 - 250 gpm 6.3 - 16 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 70 - 175 rpm 70 - 175 rpm

4 Stage Maximum Torque 2,810 ft-lbs 3,810 N-m


0
0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 71 hp 53 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 600 psi 4.1 mpa 5L-475-4


MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 80

Bit to Bend 46 in 1,176 mm 70

Maximum Weight on Bit 25,000 lbs 11,300 kg 60

Maximum Bit Pull 80,000 lbs 36,000 kg 50

POWER (HP)
250 GPM

Weight 1,074 lbs 487 kg 40


175 GPM
Length 246 in 6,248 mm 30

100 GPM
20

Full Load
5L-475-4 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft ) 10

SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING


0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
6" 6-1/8" 6-3/4" 7-7/8" 6" 6-1/8" 6-3/4" 7-7/8"

0.31 3.31 3.54 4.69 6.74


5L-475-4
0.62 6.37 6.60 7.74 9.78
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
3000
0.93 2.40 1.59 9.44 9.66 10.80 12.81

1.22 5.74 4.93 0.95 12.30 12.53 13.65 15.65

Full Load
2500
1.50 8.97 8.16 4.16 15.07 15.30 16.41 18.40

1.76 11.97 11.16 7.15 0.25 17.64 17.87 18.97 20.95


2000

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 14.74 13.92 9.91 2.99 20.02 20.24 21.34 23.30

2.23 17.39 16.57 12.55 5.62 22.29 22.51 23.60 25.55 1500

2.42 19.58 18.76 14.74 7.79 24.17 24.39 25.48 27.41

2.60 21.66 20.84 16.81 9.85 25.95 26.17 27.25 29.18 1000

2.74 23.27 22.45 18.42 11.45 27.33 27.55 28.63 30.55


500
2.85 24.54 23.72 19.68 12.71 28.42 28.64 29.71 31.63

2.93 25.47 24.64 20.60 13.62 29.21 29.43 30.50 32.41


0
2.98 26.04 25.22 21.17 14.20 29.71 29.92 31.00 32.90 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 26.27 25.45 21.40 14.43 29.91 30.12 31.19 33.10
56 4-3/4 4-3/4 57

5L-475-5
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

Full Load
Tool OD 4-3/4 in 120 mm
5L-475-5 250
250 GPM

Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6


200
Number of Stages 5 5

SPEED (RPM)
175 GPM

Bit Box Threads 3-1/2 Reg 3-1/2 Reg 150


3
4- /4 in OD Top Connection
3-1/2 Reg 3-1/2 Reg
100 GPM
3-1/2 IF 3-1/2 IF 100

Flow Rate 100 - 250 gpm 6.3 - 16 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 70 - 175 rpm 70 - 175 rpm

5 Stage Maximum Torque 3,515 ft-lbs 4,766 N-m


0
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 89 hp 66 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 750 psi 5.2 mpa 5L-475-5


MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 100

90
Bit to Bend 46 in 1,176 mm
80
Maximum Weight on Bit 25,000 lbs 11,300 kg
70
Maximum Bit Pull 80,000 lbs 36,000 kg

POWER (HP)
60 250 GPM

Weight 1,270 lbs 576 Kg 50


175 GPM
40
Length 291 in 7,391 mm
30
100 GPM

Full Load
20
5L-475-5 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
10
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
6" 6-1/8" 6-3/4" 7-7/8" 6" 6-1/8" 6-3/4" 7-7/8"

0.31 2.48 2.63 3.40 4.77


5L-475-5
0.62 5.08 5.23 5.99 7.35
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
4000
0.93 1.97 1.31 7.68 7.83 8.59 9.94

Full Load
1.22 4.72 4.06 0.78 10.12 10.27 11.02 12.35 3500

1.50 7.38 6.71 3.43 12.47 12.62 13.36 14.69


3000
1.76 9.85 9.18 5.89 0.21 14.65 14.80 15.54 16.85

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2500
2.00 12.12 11.45 8.16 2.47 16.66 16.81 17.55 18.85

2.23 14.30 13.63 10.33 4.63 18.59 18.74 19.47 20.77 2000

2.42 16.10 15.43 12.13 6.42 20.19 20.34 21.06 22.35


1500
2.60 17.81 17.14 13.83 8.12 21.70 21.85 22.57 23.85
1000
2.74 19.14 18.47 15.15 9.43 22.88 23.02 23.74 25.02

2.85 20.18 19.51 16.19 10.47 23.80 23.94 24.66 25.94 500

2.93 20.94 20.27 16.95 11.22 24.47 24.62 25.33 26.61


0
2.98 21.42 20.74 17.42 11.69 24.89 25.04 25.75 27.02 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 21.61 20.93 17.61 11.88 25.06 25.20 25.92 27.19
58 4-3/4 4-3/4 59

5L-475-6
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

Full Load
Tool OD 4-3/4 in 120 mm
5L-475-6 250
250 GPM

Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6


200
Number of Stages 6 6

SPEED (RPM)
175 GPM

Bit Box Threads 3-1/2 Reg 3-1/2 Reg 150


3
4- /4 in OD Top Connection
3-1/2 Reg 3-1/2 Reg
100 GPM
3-1/2 IF 3-1/2 IF 100

Flow Rate 100 - 250 gpm 6.3 - 16 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 70 - 175 rpm 70 - 175 rpm

6 Stage Maximum Torque 4,220 ft-lbs 5,722 N-m


0
0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 106 hp 79 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 900 psi 6.2 mpa 5L-475-6


MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 120

Bit to Bend 46 in 1,176 mm


100
Maximum Weight on Bit 25,000 lbs 11,300 kg
80
Maximum Bit Pull 80,000 lbs 36,000 kg

POWER (HP)
250 GPM

Weight 1,471 lbs 667 Kg 60


175 GPM
Length 337 in 8,560 mm
40
100 GPM

Full Load
20
5L-475-6 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
6" 6-1/8" 6-3/4" 7-7/8" 6" 6-1/8" 6-3/4" 7-7/8"

0.31 1.96 2.07 2.61 3.59


5L-475-6
0.62 4.20 4.31 4.86 5.83
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
4500
0.93 1.67 1.11 6.45 6.56 7.10 8.06

Full Load
1.22 4.00 3.43 0.66 8.56 8.67 9.20 10.15 4000

1.50 6.25 5.68 2.90 10.59 10.70 11.23 12.17 3500

1.76 8.33 7.77 4.98 0.18 12.48 12.58 13.11 14.05


3000

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 10.26 9.69 6.91 2.09 14.22 14.32 14.85 15.78
2500
2.23 12.10 11.54 8.75 3.93 15.89 15.99 16.51 17.44
2000
2.42 13.63 13.06 10.27 5.44 17.27 17.37 17.89 18.81

2.60 15.07 14.50 11.71 6.88 18.57 18.68 19.19 20.11 1500

2.74 16.20 15.63 12.83 7.99 19.59 19.69 20.20 21.12 1000

2.85 17.08 16.51 13.71 8.87 20.39 20.49 21.00 21.91 500
2.93 17.72 17.15 14.35 9.51 20.97 21.07 21.58 22.49
0
2.98 18.12 17.55 14.75 9.91 21.33 21.43 21.94 22.85 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960 1080 1200
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 18.28 17.71 14.91 10.07 21.48 21.58 22.09 22.99
60 4-3/4 4-3/4 61

7L-475-3
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 250

250 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 4-3/4 in 120 mm
7L-475-3 200
Number of Lobes 7:8 7:8

Number of Stages 3 3

SPEED (RPM)
150 175 GPM

Bit Box Threads 3-1/2 Reg 3-1/2 Reg


3
4- /4 in OD Top Connection
3-1/2 Reg 3-1/2 Reg 100
3-1/2 IF 3-1/2 IF
100 GPM
Flow Rate 100 - 250 gpm 6.3 - 16 L/s
7:8 Lobe 50

Bit Speed at Full Load 40 - 150 rpm 40 - 150 rpm

3 Stage Maximum Torque 2,835 ft-lbs 3,844 N-m


0
0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 61 hp 45 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 450 psi 3.1 mpa 7L-475-3


MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 70

Bit to Bend 46 in 1,176 mm 60

Maximum Weight on Bit 25,000 lbs 11,300 kg


50

Maximum Bit Pull 80,000 lbs 36,000 kg

POWER (HP)
40 250 GPM

Weight 873 lbs 396 kg


30
175 GPM
Length 200 in 5,088 mm
20

Full Load
100 GPM
7L-475-3 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft ) 10

SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING


0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
6" 6-1/8" 6-3/4" 7-7/8" 6" 6-1/8" 6-3/4" 7-7/8"

0.31 3.31 3.54 4.69 6.74


7L-475-3
0.62 6.37 6.60 7.74 9.78
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
3000
0.93 2.40 1.59 9.44 9.66 10.80 12.81

Full Load
1.22 5.74 4.93 0.95 12.30 12.53 13.65 15.65
2500
1.50 8.97 8.16 4.16 15.07 15.30 16.41 18.40

1.76 11.97 11.16 7.15 0.25 17.64 17.87 18.97 20.95


2000

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 14.74 13.92 9.91 2.99 20.02 20.24 21.34 23.30

2.23 17.39 16.57 12.55 5.62 22.29 22.51 23.60 25.55 1500

2.42 19.58 18.76 14.74 7.79 24.17 24.39 25.48 27.41

2.60 21.66 20.84 16.81 9.85 25.95 26.17 27.25 29.18 1000

2.74 23.27 22.45 18.42 11.45 27.33 27.55 28.63 30.55


500
2.85 24.54 23.72 19.68 12.71 28.42 28.64 29.71 31.63

2.93 25.47 24.64 20.60 13.62 29.21 29.43 30.50 32.41


0
2.98 26.04 25.22 21.17 14.20 29.71 29.92 31.00 32.90 0 60 120 180 240 300 360 420 480 540 600
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 26.27 25.45 21.40 14.43 29.91 30.12 31.19 33.10
62 6-1/2 6-1/2 63

5L-650-4
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

470 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 6-1/2 in 165 mm
5L-650-4 250
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
200
Number of Stages 4 4 330 GPM

SPEED (RPM)
Bit Box Threads 4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 150

6-1/2 in OD Top Connection


4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 190 GPM
4-1/2 XH 4-1/2 XH 100

Flow Rate 190 - 470 gpm 12 - 30 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 75 - 180 rpm 75 - 180 rpm

4 Stage Maximum Torque 4,910 ft-lbs 6,657 N-m


0
0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 127 hp 95 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 600 psi 4.1 mpa 5L-650-4


MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 140

Bit to Bend 76 in 1,939 mm 120

Maximum Weight on Bit 50,000 lbs 22,000 kg


100

Maximum Bit Pull 180,000 lbs 80,000 kg

POWER (HP)
80 470 GPM

Weight 1,753 lbs 795 kg


60 330 GPM
Length 253 in 6,428 mm
40 190 GPM

Full Load
5L-650-4 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft ) 20

SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING


0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8" 7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8"

0.31 2.74 3.43 3.70 4.92


5L-650-4
0.62 0.24 5.11 5.79 6.06 7.27
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
6000
0.93 3.01 0.68 7.48 8.15 8.42 9.63

Full Load
1.22 5.59 3.26 2.34 9.69 10.36 10.63 11.82
5000
1.50 8.09 5.75 4.83 0.78 11.83 12.50 12.76 13.95

1.76 10.41 8.06 7.14 3.08 13.82 14.48 14.74 15.92


4000

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 12.55 10.20 9.27 5.21 15.65 16.31 16.57 17.74

2.23 14.60 12.24 11.31 7.24 17.41 18.06 18.32 19.48 3000

2.42 16.29 13.93 13.00 8.93 18.86 19.51 19.77 20.92

2.60 17.90 15.53 14.60 10.52 20.23 20.88 21.14 22.29 2000

2.74 19.15 16.78 15.85 11.76 21.30 21.95 22.20 23.35


1000
2.85 20.13 17.76 16.83 12.73 22.14 22.79 23.04 24.18

2.93 20.84 18.47 17.54 13.44 22.76 23.40 23.65 24.79


0
2.98 21.29 18.91 17.98 13.88 23.14 23.78 24.03 25.17 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 21.46 19.09 18.16 14.06 23.29 23.93 24.18 25.32
64 6-1/2 6-1/2 65

5L-650-5
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

470 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 6-1/2 in 165 mm
5L-650-5 250
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
200
Number of Stages 5 5 330 GPM

SPEED (RPM)
Bit Box Threads 4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 150

6-1/2 in OD Top Connection


4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 190 GPM
4-1/2 XH 4-1/2 XH 100

Flow Rate 190 - 470 gpm 12 - 30 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 75 - 180 rpm 75 - 180 rpm

5 Stage Maximum Torque 6,625 ft-lbs 8,982 N-m


0
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 172 hp 128 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 750 psi 5.2 mpa 5L-650-5


MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 200

180
Bit to Bend 76 in 1,939 mm
160
Maximum Weight on Bit 50,000 lbs 22,000 kg
140
Maximum Bit Pull 180,000 lbs 80,000 kg

POWER (HP)
120 470 GPM

Weight 2,006 lbs 910 kg 100


330 GPM
80
Length 282 in 7,163 mm
60
190 GPM

Full Load
40
5L-650-5 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
20
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8" 7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8"

0.31 2.38 2.94 3.16 4.14


5L-650-5
0.62 0.22 4.56 5.11 5.33 6.31
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
7000
0.93 2.72 0.61 6.74 7.28 7.50 8.47

Full Load
1.22 5.05 2.94 2.11 8.77 9.31 9.53 10.49 6000
1.50 7.31 5.19 4.36 0.71 10.74 11.27 11.49 12.45
5000
1.76 9.40 7.28 6.45 2.79 12.56 13.10 13.31 14.26

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 11.33 9.21 8.37 4.71 14.25 14.78 14.99 15.93
4000
2.23 13.18 11.06 10.22 6.55 15.87 16.39 16.60 17.54

2.42 14.71 12.58 11.75 8.07 17.20 17.72 17.93 18.86 3000

2.60 16.16 14.03 13.19 9.51 18.46 18.98 19.19 20.12


2000
2.74 17.29 15.16 14.32 10.63 19.45 19.97 20.17 21.10

2.85 18.17 16.04 15.20 11.51 20.22 20.74 20.94 21.87 1000

2.93 18.82 16.68 15.84 12.15 20.78 21.30 21.50 22.42


0
2.98 19.22 17.08 16.24 12.55 21.13 21.65 21.85 22.77 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 19.38 17.24 16.40 12.71 21.27 21.79 21.99 22.91
66 6-1/2 6-1/2 67

5L-650-6
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

470 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 6-1/2 in 165 mm
5L-650-6 250
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
200
Number of Stages 6 6 330 GPM

SPEED (RPM)
Bit Box Threads 4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 150

6-1/2 in OD Top Connection


4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 190 GPM
4-1/2 XH 4-1/2 XH 100

Flow Rate 190 - 470 gpm 12 - 30 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 75 - 180 rpm 75 - 180 rpm

6 Stage Maximum Torque 6,900 ft-lbs 9,355 N-m


0
0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 179 hp 133 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 900 psi 6.2 mpa 5L-650-6


MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 200

180
Bit to Bend 76 in 1,939 mm
160
Maximum Weight on Bit 50,000 lbs 22,000 kg
140
Maximum Bit Pull 180,000 lbs 80,000 kg

POWER (HP)
120 470 GPM

Weight 2,266 lbs 1,028 kg 100


330 GPM
80
Length 315 in 8,003 mm
60 190 GPM

Full Load
40
5L-650-6 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
20
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8" 7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8"

0.31 1.90 2.29 2.44 3.13


5L-650-6
0.62 0.19 3.78 4.16 4.32 5.01
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
8000
0.93 2.29 0.52 5.66 6.04 6.20 6.88

Full Load
1.22 4.26 2.48 1.78 7.42 7.80 7.95 8.63 7000

1.50 6.16 4.38 3.68 0.60 9.12 9.50 9.65 10.32


6000
1.76 7.93 6.14 5.44 2.35 10.70 11.07 11.22 11.89

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
5000
2.00 9.56 7.77 7.07 3.97 12.16 12.53 12.68 13.34

2.23 11.12 9.33 8.62 5.53 13.55 13.92 14.07 14.73 4000

2.42 12.41 10.62 9.91 6.81 14.71 15.07 15.22 15.87


3000
2.60 13.63 11.84 11.13 8.03 15.80 16.17 16.31 16.96
2000
2.74 14.58 12.78 12.08 8.97 16.65 17.01 17.16 17.81

2.85 15.33 13.53 12.82 9.71 17.32 17.68 17.83 18.47 1000

2.93 15.87 14.07 13.36 10.25 17.80 18.17 18.31 18.95


0
2.98 16.21 14.41 13.70 10.59 18.11 18.47 18.61 19.26 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960 1080 1200
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 16.34 14.55 13.84 10.73 18.23 18.59 18.73 19.38
68 6-1/2 6-1/2 69

9L-650-4
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

Full Load
600 GPM
Tool OD 6-1/2 in 165 mm
9L-650-4 250
Number of Lobes 9:10 9:10
200
Number of Stages 4 4

SPEED (RPM)
385 GPM

Bit Box Threads 4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 150


1
6- /2 in OD Top Connection
4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg
4-1/2 XH 4-1/2 XH 100
170 GPM
Flow Rate 170 - 600 gpm 11 - 38 L/s
9:10 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 55 - 180 rpm 55 - 180 rpm

4 Stage Maximum Torque 10,900 ft-lbs 14,788 N-m


0
0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 282 hp 210 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 600 psi 4.1 mpa 9L-650-4


MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 300

Bit to Bend 76 in 1,939 mm


250
Maximum Weight on Bit 50,000 lbs 22,000 kg
200
Maximum Bit Pull 180,000 lbs 80,000 kg

POWER (HP)
600 GPM

Weight 1,753 lbs 795 kg 150


385 GPM
Length 253 in 6,428 mm
100

Full Load
170 GPM
50
9L-650-4 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8" 7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8"

0.31 2.74 3.43 3.70 4.92


9L-650-4
0.62 0.24 5.11 5.79 6.06 7.27
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
12000
0.93 3.01 0.68 7.48 8.15 8.42 9.63

Full Load
1.22 5.59 3.26 2.34 9.69 10.36 10.63 11.82
10000
1.50 8.09 5.75 4.83 0.78 11.83 12.50 12.76 13.95

1.76 10.41 8.06 7.14 3.08 13.82 14.48 14.74 15.92


8000

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 12.55 10.20 9.27 5.21 15.65 16.31 16.57 17.74

2.23 14.60 12.24 11.31 7.24 17.41 18.06 18.32 19.48 6000

2.42 16.29 13.93 13.00 8.93 18.86 19.51 19.77 20.92

2.60 17.90 15.53 14.60 10.52 20.23 20.88 21.14 22.29 4000

2.74 19.15 16.78 15.85 11.76 21.30 21.95 22.20 23.35


2000
2.85 20.13 17.76 16.83 12.73 22.14 22.79 23.04 24.18

2.93 20.84 18.47 17.54 13.44 22.76 23.40 23.65 24.79


0
2.98 21.29 18.91 17.98 13.88 23.14 23.78 24.03 25.17 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 21.46 19.09 18.16 14.06 23.29 23.93 24.18 25.32
70 6-3/4 6-3/4 71

5L-675-4
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

600 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 6-3/4 in 172 mm
5L-675-4 250
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
200 410 GPM
Number of Stages 4 4

SPEED (RPM)
Bit Box Threads 4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 150

6-3/4 in OD Top Connection


4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 220 GPM

4-1/2 XH 4-1/2 XH 100

Flow Rate 220 - 600 gpm 14 - 38 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 80 - 180 rpm 80 - 180 rpm

4 Stage Maximum Torque 5,535 ft-lbs 7,500 N-m


0
0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 146 hp 109 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 600 psi 4.1 mpa 5L-675-4


MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 160

Bit to Bend 76 in 1,939 mm 140

Maximum Weight on Bit 60,000 lbs 27,000 kg 120

Maximum Bit Pull 200,000 lbs 90,000 kg 100

POWER (HP)
600 GPM

Weight 2,156 lbs 978 kg 80


410 GPM
Length 261 in 6,663 mm 60

220 GPM
40

Full Load
5L-675-4 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft ) 20

SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING


0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8" 7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8"

0.31 2.39 3.03 3.29 4.43


5L-675-4
0.62 1.30 4.68 5.32 5.57 6.71
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
6000
0.93 3.97 1.77 0.91 6.97 7.60 7.85 8.98

Full Load
1.22 6.47 4.27 3.40 9.11 9.74 9.99 11.11
5000
1.50 8.88 6.68 5.81 1.99 11.18 11.81 12.05 13.16

1.76 11.12 8.91 8.04 4.22 13.10 13.72 13.97 15.07


4000

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 13.19 10.98 10.10 6.27 14.88 15.49 15.74 16.83

2.23 15.17 12.95 12.08 8.24 16.58 17.19 17.43 18.52 3000

2.42 16.81 14.59 13.71 9.87 17.98 18.59 18.83 19.91

2.60 18.36 16.14 15.26 11.41 19.31 19.92 20.16 21.24 2000

2.74 19.57 17.34 16.46 12.61 20.35 20.95 21.19 22.26


1000
2.85 20.52 18.29 17.41 13.55 21.16 21.76 22.00 23.07

2.93 21.21 18.98 18.10 14.24 21.75 22.35 22.59 23.66


0
2.98 21.64 19.41 18.53 14.66 22.12 22.72 22.96 24.03 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 21.81 19.58 18.70 14.83 22.27 22.87 23.11 24.17
72 6-3/4 6-3/4 73

5L-675-5
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

600 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 6-3/4 in 172 mm
5L-675-5 250
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
200 410 GPM
Number of Stages 5 5

SPEED (RPM)
Bit Box Threads 4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 150

6-3/4 in OD Top Connection


4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 220 GPM

4-1/2 XH 4-1/2 XH 100

Flow Rate 220 - 600 gpm 14 - 38 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 80 - 180 rpm 80 - 180 rpm

5 Stage Maximum Torque 6,690 ft-lbs 9,070 N-m


0
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 173 hp 129 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 750 psi 5.2 mpa 5L-675-5


MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 200

180
Bit to Bend 76 in 1,939 mm
160
Maximum Weight on Bit 60,000 lbs 27,000 kg
140
Maximum Bit Pull 200,000 lbs 90,000 kg

POWER (HP)
120 600 GPM

Weight 2,517 lbs 1,142 kg 100


410 GPM
80
Length 295 in 7,493 mm
60 220 GPM

Full Load
40
5L-675-5 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
20
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8" 7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8"

0.31 2.07 2.58 2.78 3.69


5L-675-5
0.62 1.16 4.16 4.67 4.87 5.77
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
8000
0.93 3.55 1.59 0.81 6.25 6.75 6.95 7.84

Full Load
1.22 5.79 3.82 3.05 8.21 8.70 8.90 9.79 7000

1.50 7.95 5.98 5.20 1.79 10.10 10.59 10.79 11.66


6000
1.76 9.95 7.98 7.20 3.78 11.85 12.34 12.53 13.41

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
5000
2.00 11.81 9.83 9.05 5.62 13.47 13.96 14.15 15.01

2.23 13.58 11.60 10.82 7.38 15.02 15.50 15.70 16.56 4000

2.42 15.05 13.06 12.28 8.84 16.30 16.78 16.97 17.83


3000
2.60 16.44 14.45 13.66 10.22 17.52 17.99 18.18 19.04
2000
2.74 17.52 15.52 14.74 11.29 18.46 18.94 19.13 19.98

2.85 18.36 16.37 15.59 12.14 19.20 19.68 19.87 20.71 1000

2.93 18.98 16.99 16.20 12.75 19.74 20.22 20.40 21.25


0
2.98 19.37 17.37 16.59 13.13 20.08 20.55 20.74 21.58 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 19.52 17.53 16.74 13.29 20.22 20.69 20.88 21.72
74 6-3/4 6-3/4 75

5L-675-6
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

600 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 6-3/4 in 172 mm
5L-675-6 250
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
200 410 GPM
Number of Stages 6 6

SPEED (RPM)
Bit Box Threads 4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 150

6-3/4 in OD Top Connection


4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 220 GPM

4-1/2 XH 4-1/2 XH 100

Flow Rate 220 - 600 gpm 14 - 38 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 80 - 180 rpm 80 - 180 rpm

6 Stage Maximum Torque 7,840 ft-lbs 10,630 N-m


0
0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 203 hp 151 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 900 psi 6.2 mpa 5L-675-6


MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 250

Bit to Bend 76 in 1,939 mm


200
Maximum Weight on Bit 60,000 lbs 27,000 kg

Maximum Bit Pull 200,000 lbs 90,000 kg

POWER (HP)
150
600 GPM
Weight 2,878 lbs 1,306 kg
410 GPM
100
Length 329 in 8,323 mm
220 GPM

Full Load
50
5L-675-6 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8" 7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8"

0.31 1.78 2.17 2.33 3.03


5L-675-6
0.62 1.03 3.66 4.05 4.21 4.90
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
9000
0.93 3.14 1.41 0.72 5.54 5.93 6.09 6.78

Full Load
1.22 5.12 3.38 2.70 7.31 7.69 7.84 8.53 8000

1.50 7.03 5.29 4.60 1.58 9.01 9.39 9.54 10.22 7000

1.76 8.81 7.06 6.37 3.35 10.59 10.97 11.12 11.79

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
6000
2.00 10.45 8.70 8.01 4.98 12.05 12.42 12.57 13.24
5000
2.23 12.02 10.26 9.57 6.54 13.44 13.82 13.97 14.63
4000
2.42 13.31 11.56 10.87 7.83 14.60 14.97 15.12 15.78

2.60 14.54 12.78 12.09 9.05 15.69 16.06 16.21 16.87 3000

2.74 15.50 13.74 13.05 10.00 16.54 16.91 17.06 17.71 2000

2.85 16.25 14.49 13.79 10.75 17.21 17.58 17.72 18.38 1000
2.93 16.79 15.03 14.34 11.29 17.70 18.06 18.21 18.86
0
2.98 17.13 15.37 14.68 11.63 18.00 18.37 18.51 19.17 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960 1080 1200
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 17.27 15.51 14.82 11.76 18.12 18.49 18.63 19.29
76 6-3/4 6-3/4 77

9L-675-2
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

Full Load
650 GPM
Tool OD 6-3/4 in 172 mm
9L-675-2 250
Number of Lobes 9:10 9:10
200
Number of Stages 2 2

SPEED (RPM)
425 GPM

Bit Box Threads 4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 150


3
6- /4 in OD Top Connection
4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg
4-1/2 XH 4-1/2 XH 100
200 GPM
Flow Rate 200 - 650 gpm 12 - 41 L/s
9:10 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 55 - 180 rpm 55 - 180 rpm

2 Stage Maximum Torque 8,000 ft-lbs 10,847 N-m


0
0 40 80 120 160 200 240 280 320
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 207 hp 154 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 300 psi 2.1 mpa 9L-675-2


MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 250

Bit to Bend 76 in 1,939 mm


200
Maximum Weight on Bit 60,000 lbs 27,000 kg

Maximum Bit Pull 200,000 lbs 90,000 kg

POWER (HP)
150
650 GPM
Weight 1,795 lbs 814 kg
100
Length 204 in 5,182 mm 425 GPM

50 200 GPM

Full Load
9L-675-2 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 40 80 120 160 200 240 280 320
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8" 7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8"

0.31 3.28 4.34 4.76 6.66


9L-675-2
0.62 1.64 6.03 7.08 7.50 9.38
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
9000
0.93 5.03 2.24 1.15 8.78 9.82 10.24 12.10

Full Load
1.22 8.19 5.40 4.30 11.35 12.39 12.80 14.65 8000

1.50 11.25 8.45 7.35 2.52 13.83 14.87 15.28 17.11 7000
1.76 14.09 11.28 10.17 5.33 16.14 17.17 17.57 19.40

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
6000
2.00 16.71 13.89 12.79 7.93 18.27 19.29 19.70 21.51
5000
2.23 19.22 16.40 15.29 10.42 20.31 21.32 21.73 23.53
4000
2.42 21.29 18.47 17.35 12.47 22.00 23.01 23.41 25.20

2.60 23.26 20.43 19.31 14.42 23.59 24.60 25.00 26.79 3000

2.74 24.79 21.95 20.84 15.94 24.83 25.84 26.24 28.02 2000

2.85 25.99 23.15 22.03 17.13 25.81 26.81 27.21 28.99 1000
2.93 26.86 24.02 22.90 18.00 26.52 27.52 27.92 29.69
0
2.98 27.41 24.57 23.45 18.54 26.96 27.96 28.36 30.13 0 40 80 120 160 200 240 280 320 360 400
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 27.63 24.78 23.66 18.75 27.14 28.14 28.53 30.31
78 6-3/4 6-3/4 79

9L-675-4
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

600 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 6-3/4 in 172 mm
9L-675-4 250
Number of Lobes 9:10 9:10
200
Number of Stages 4 4

SPEED (RPM)
425 GPM

Bit Box Threads 4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg 150


3
6- /4 in OD Top Connection
4-1/2 Reg 4-1/2 Reg
4-1/2 XH 4-1/2 XH 100
200 GPM
Flow Rate 200 - 600 gpm 12 - 38 L/s
9:10 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 55 - 180 rpm 55 - 180 rpm

4 Stage Maximum Torque 12,400 ft-lbs 16,812 N-m 0


0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 321 hp 239 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 600 psi 4.1 mpa 9L-675-4


MOTOR POW ER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 350

Bit to Bend 76 in 1,939 mm 300

Maximum Weight on Bit 60,000 lbs 27,000 kg


250

Maximum Bit Pull 200,000 lbs 90,000 kg

POWER (HP)
200
600 GPM
Weight 2,135 lbs 968 kg
150
Length 270 in 6,858 mm 425 GPM

100

200 GPM

Full Load
9L-675-4 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft ) 50

SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING


0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8" 7-7/8" 8-1/2" 8-3/4" 9-7/8"

0.31 2.13 2.66 2.87 3.82


9L-675-4
0.62 1.19 4.25 4.78 4.99 5.93
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
14000
0.93 3.63 1.62 0.83 6.38 6.90 7.11 8.04

Full Load
1.22 5.91 3.90 3.11 8.37 8.89 9.09 10.02 12000
1.50 8.11 6.10 5.31 1.82 10.29 10.81 11.01 11.93
10000
1.76 10.16 8.14 7.35 3.86 12.08 12.59 12.79 13.70

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 12.05 10.03 9.23 5.74 13.72 14.23 14.43 15.34
8000
2.23 13.86 11.84 11.04 7.54 15.30 15.80 16.01 16.90

2.42 15.36 13.33 12.53 9.02 16.60 17.11 17.31 18.20 6000

2.60 16.78 14.75 13.95 10.43 17.84 18.34 18.54 19.43


4000
2.74 17.88 15.85 15.05 11.53 18.80 19.30 19.50 20.38

2.85 18.75 16.71 15.91 12.39 19.56 20.05 20.25 21.13 2000

2.93 19.38 17.34 16.54 13.01 20.10 20.60 20.80 21.68


0
2.98 19.77 17.73 16.93 13.41 20.45 20.94 21.14 22.02 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 19.93 17.89 17.09 13.56 20.59 21.08 21.27 22.15
80 7-3/4 7-3/4 81

5L-775-4
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 250
900 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 7-3/4 in 197 mm
5L-775-4 200
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
600 GPM
Number of Stages 4 4

SPEED (RPM)
150

Bit Box Threads 6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg


7-3/4 in OD
300 GPM
5-1/2 Reg 5-1/2 Reg 100
Top Connection
6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg

Flow Rate 300 - 900 gpm 19 - 57 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50

Bit Speed at Full Load 75 - 155 rpm 75 - 155 rpm

4 Stage Maximum Torque 8,485 ft-lbs 11,500 N-m


0
0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 189 hp 141 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 600 psi 4.1 mpa 5L-775-4


MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 200

180
Bit to Bend 86 in 2,179 mm
160
Maximum Weight on Bit 70,000 lbs 31,000 kg
140
Maximum Bit Pull 265,000 lbs 120,000 kg

POWER (HP)
120 900 GPM

Weight 2,668 lbs 1,210 kg 100


600 GPM
80
Length 261 in 6,625 mm
300 GPM
60

Full Load
40
5L-775-4 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
20
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
9-7/8" 10-5/8" 12-1/4" 9-7/8" 10-5/8" 12-1/4"

0.31 3.43 4.19 5.83


5L-775-4
0.62 5.64 6.40 8.02
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
9000
0.93 1.33 7.85 8.60 10.21

Full Load
1.22 3.81 1.55 9.91 10.66 12.26 8000

1.50 6.20 3.94 11.91 12.65 14.24 7000

1.76 8.43 6.16 1.43 13.76 14.50 16.08

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
6000
2.00 10.48 8.21 3.46 15.47 16.20 17.77
5000
2.23 12.45 10.17 5.41 17.11 17.84 19.40
4000
2.42 14.07 11.79 7.03 18.46 19.19 20.74

2.60 15.61 13.32 8.55 19.75 20.47 22.01 3000

2.74 16.81 14.52 9.74 20.74 21.46 23.00 2000

2.85 17.75 15.46 10.67 21.53 22.24 23.78 1000


2.93 18.43 16.14 11.35 22.10 22.81 24.34
0
2.98 18.86 16.57 11.78 22.45 23.17 24.70 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 19.03 16.74 11.95 22.60 23.31 24.84
82 7-3/4 7-3/4 83

5L-775-5
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 250
900 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 7-3/4 in 197 mm
5L-775-5 200
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
600 GPM
Number of Stages 5 5

SPEED (RPM)
150

Bit Box Threads 6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg


7-3/4 in OD
300 GPM
5-1/2 Reg 5-1/2 Reg 100
Top Connection
6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg

Flow Rate 300 - 900 gpm 19 - 57 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50

Bit Speed at Full Load 75 - 155 rpm 75 - 155 rpm

5 Stage Maximum Torque 10,475 ft-lbs 14,200 N-m


0
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 234 hp 175 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 750 psi 5.2 mpa 5L-775-5


MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 250

Bit to Bend 86 in 2,179 mm


200
Maximum Weight on Bit 70,000 lbs 31,000 kg

Maximum Bit Pull 265,000 lbs 120,000 kg

POWER (HP)
150 900 GPM

Weight 3,005 lbs 1,363 kg


600 GPM
100
Length 294 in 7,465 mm
300 GPM

Full Load
50
5L-775-5 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
9-7/8" 10-5/8" 12-1/4" 9-7/8" 10-5/8" 12-1/4"

0.31 2.90 3.50 4.80


5L-775-5
0.62 4.92 5.52 6.80
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
12000
0.93 1.19 6.95 7.54 8.81

Full Load
1.22 3.41 1.39 8.84 9.43 10.69
10000
1.50 5.55 3.53 10.67 11.25 12.50

1.76 7.54 5.51 1.28 12.36 12.94 14.19

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
8000
2.00 9.38 7.34 3.10 13.93 14.51 15.74

2.23 11.14 9.10 4.85 15.43 16.00 17.23 6000

2.42 12.59 10.55 6.29 16.67 17.24 18.47

2.60 13.97 11.92 7.66 17.85 18.41 19.63 4000

2.74 15.04 12.99 8.72 18.76 19.33 20.54


2000
2.85 15.88 13.83 9.56 19.48 20.04 21.25

2.93 16.49 14.44 10.17 20.00 20.56 21.77


0
2.98 16.87 14.83 10.55 20.33 20.89 22.10 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 17.03 14.98 10.70 20.46 21.02 22.22
84 7-3/4 7-3/4 85

5L-775-6
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 250
900 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 7-3/4 in 197 mm
5L-775-6 200
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
600 GPM
Number of Stages 6 6

SPEED (RPM)
150

Bit Box Threads 6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg


7-3/4 in OD
300 GPM
5-1/2 Reg 5-1/2 Reg 100
Top Connection
6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg

Flow Rate 300 - 900 gpm 19 - 57 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50

Bit Speed at Full Load 75 - 155 rpm 75 - 155 rpm

6 Stage Maximum Torque 12,465 ft-lbs 16,900 N-m


0
0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 278 hp 207 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 900 psi 6.2 mpa 5L-775-6


MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 300

Bit to Bend 86 in 2,179 mm


250
Maximum Weight on Bit 70,000 lbs 31,000 kg
200
Maximum Bit Pull 265,000 lbs 120,000 kg

POWER (HP)
900 GPM

Weight 3,343 lbs 1,517 kg 150


600 GPM

Length 327 in 8,305 mm


100 300 GPM

Full Load
50
5L-775-6 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
9-7/8" 10-5/8" 12-1/4" 9-7/8" 10-5/8" 12-1/4"

0.31 2.50 2.99 4.04


5L-775-6
0.62 4.37 4.85 5.89
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
14000
0.93 1.08 6.23 6.71 7.74

Full Load
1.22 3.08 1.26 7.97 8.45 9.47 12000
1.50 5.02 3.19 9.66 10.13 11.15
10000
1.76 6.82 4.99 1.16 11.22 11.69 12.70

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 8.48 6.65 2.81 12.66 13.13 14.13
8000
2.23 10.07 8.23 4.39 14.05 14.51 15.51

2.42 11.39 9.55 5.70 15.19 15.65 16.64 6000

2.60 12.64 10.79 6.93 16.27 16.73 17.72


4000
2.74 13.60 11.76 7.90 17.12 17.57 18.55

2.85 14.37 12.52 8.65 17.78 18.23 19.21 2000

2.93 14.92 13.07 9.20 18.26 18.71 19.69


0
2.98 15.27 13.42 9.55 18.56 19.01 19.99 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960 1080 1200
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 15.40 13.55 9.69 18.68 19.13 20.11
86 8-1/2 8-1/2 87

5L-850-4
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

940 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 8-1/2 in 216 mm
5L-850-4 250
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
200 660 GPM
Number of Stages 4 4

SPEED (RPM)
Bit Box Threads 6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 150

8-1/2 in OD Top Connection 6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 380 GPM


100
Flow Rate 380 - 940 gpm 24 - 59 L/s
5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 75 - 180 rpm 75 - 180 rpm

4 Stage Maximum Torque 11,655 ft-lbs 15,800 N-m 0


0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
Maximum Power 302 hp 225 kw DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 600 psi 4.1 mpa


5L-850-4
MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa
350

Bit to Bend 86 in 2,179 mm


300
Maximum Weight on Bit 80,000 lbs 36,000 kg
250
Maximum Bit Pull 310,000 lbs 140,000 kg

POWER (HP)
200 940 GPM
Weight 3,637 lbs 1,650 kg
150 660 GPM
Length 262 in 6,648 mm

100 380 GPM

Full Load
5L-850-4 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft ) 50

SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING


0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4" 12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4"

0.31 5.07 6.32 7.55


5L-850-4
0.62 7.26 8.50 9.72
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
14000
0.93 9.45 10.67 11.89

Full Load
1.22 11.49 12.71 13.91 12000
1.50 1.51 13.47 14.68 15.87
10000
1.76 3.71 0.21 15.30 16.50 17.69

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 5.74 2.23 16.99 18.19 19.37
8000
2.23 7.69 4.17 0.79 18.62 19.80 20.98

2.42 9.30 5.77 2.38 19.96 21.14 22.31 6000

2.60 10.82 7.29 3.90 21.23 22.40 23.57


4000
2.74 12.01 8.47 5.07 22.22 23.39 24.55

2.85 12.94 9.40 5.99 22.99 24.16 25.32 2000

2.93 13.62 10.07 6.67 23.56 24.72 25.87


0
2.98 14.04 10.50 7.09 23.91 25.07 26.22 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 14.21 10.66 7.25 24.05 25.21 26.36
88 8-1/2 8-1/2 89

5L-850-5
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

940 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 8-1/2 in 216 mm
5L-850-5 250
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
200 660 GPM
Number of Stages 5 5

SPEED (RPM)
Bit Box Threads 6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 150

8-1/2 in OD Top Connection 6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 380 GPM


100
Flow Rate 380 - 940 gpm 24 - 59 L/s
5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 75 - 180 rpm 75 - 180 rpm

5 Stage Maximum Torque 14,460 ft-lbs 19,600 N-m 0


0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
Maximum Power 375 hp 279 kw DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 750 psi 5.2 mpa


5L-850-5
MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa
400

Bit to Bend 86 in 2,179 mm


350

Maximum Weight on Bit 80,000 lbs 36,000 kg


300

Maximum Bit Pull 310,000 lbs 140,000 kg


250

POWER (HP)
940 GPM
Weight 3,861 lbs 1,752 kg
200
660 GPM
Length 295 in 7,488 mm
150

380 GPM
100

Full Load
5L-850-5 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft ) 50

SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING


0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4" 12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4"

0.31 4.20 5.19 6.16


5L-850-5
0.62 6.21 7.18 8.15
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
16000
0.93 8.21 9.18 10.14

Full Load
1.22 10.09 11.05 12.00 14000

1.50 1.35 11.90 12.85 13.80


12000
1.76 3.32 0.19 13.58 14.53 15.47

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
10000
2.00 5.14 2.00 15.13 16.08 17.01

2.23 6.89 3.74 0.71 16.62 17.56 18.49 8000

2.42 8.33 5.17 2.14 17.85 18.78 19.71


6000
2.60 9.69 6.53 3.49 19.02 19.94 20.86
4000
2.74 10.75 7.59 4.55 19.92 20.85 21.76

2.85 11.59 8.42 5.37 20.63 21.55 22.47 2000

2.93 12.20 9.03 5.98 21.15 22.07 22.98


0
2.98 12.57 9.40 6.35 21.47 22.39 23.30 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 12.73 9.56 6.50 21.60 22.52 23.43
90 8-1/2 8-1/2 91

5L-850-6
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300

940 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 8-1/2 in 216 mm
5L-850-6 250
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
200 660 GPM
Number of Stages 6 6

SPEED (RPM)
Bit Box Threads 6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 150

8-1/2 in OD Top Connection 6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 380 GPM


100
Flow Rate 380 - 940 gpm 24 - 59 L/s
5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 75 - 180 rpm 75 - 180 rpm

6 Stage Maximum Torque 17,260 ft-lbs 23,400 N-m 0


0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
Maximum Power 447 hp 333 kw DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 900 psi 6.2 mpa


5L-850-6
MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa
500

Bit to Bend 86 in 2,179 mm 450

Maximum Weight on Bit 80,000 lbs 36,000 kg 400

350
Maximum Bit Pull 310,000 lbs 140,000 kg

POWER (HP)
300
940 GPM
Weight 4,085 lbs 1,854 kg
250
660 GPM
Length 328 in 8,328 mm 200

150
380 GPM

Full Load
100
5L-850-6 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
50
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4" 12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4"

0.31 3.56 4.36 5.15


5L-850-6
0.62 5.41 6.20 6.99
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
20000
0.93 7.26 8.04 8.82

Full Load
1.22 8.99 9.77 10.54 18000

1.50 1.23 10.66 11.43 12.20 16000

1.76 3.01 0.17 12.21 12.98 13.74 14000

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 4.66 1.81 13.64 14.40 15.16 12000

2.23 6.24 3.39 0.64 15.01 15.77 16.52 10000

2.42 7.54 4.69 1.94 16.15 16.90 17.65 8000


2.60 8.78 5.92 3.17 17.22 17.97 18.72 6000
2.74 9.74 6.88 4.12 18.06 18.80 19.54 4000
2.85 10.49 7.63 4.87 18.71 19.46 20.20
2000
2.93 11.04 8.18 5.42 19.19 19.93 20.67
0
2.98 11.39 8.52 5.76 19.49 20.23 20.97 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960 1080 1200
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 11.52 8.66 5.89 19.61 20.35 21.09
92 9-5/8 9-5/8 93

3L-963-6
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 400
1200 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 9-5/8 in 244 mm
3L-963-6 350

Number of Lobes 3:4 3:4 300

850 GPM
Number of Stages 6 6

SPEED (RPM)
250

Bit Box Threads 6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 200

9-5/8 in OD Top Connection


6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 150 500 GPM
7-5/8 Reg 7-5/8 Reg
100
Flow Rate 500 - 1,200 gpm 31 - 76 L/s
3:4 Lobe
50
Bit Speed at Full Load 100 - 250 rpm 100 - 250 rpm

6 Stage Maximum Torque 22,800 ft-lbs 30,913 N-m


0
0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 784 hp 585 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 900 psi 6.2 mpa 3L-963-6


MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 900

Bit to Bend 95 in 2,417 mm 800

700
Maximum Weight on Bit 90,000 lbs 41,000 kg
600
Maximum Bit Pull 400,000 lbs 180,000 kg

POWER (HP)
500 1200 GPM
Weight 5,477 lbs 2,485 kg
400
850 GPM
Length 354 in 8,982 mm
300
500 GPM

Full Load
200

3L-963-6 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft ) 100


SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4" 17-1/2" 12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4" 17-1/2"

0.31 2.51 3.18 3.84 5.29


3L-963-6
0.62 4.22 4.89 5.55 6.98
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
25000
0.93 0.14 5.94 6.60 7.25 8.67

Full Load
1.22 1.97 7.54 8.20 8.85 10.26

1.50 3.73 1.14 9.09 9.74 10.39 11.79 20000

1.76 5.37 2.77 0.26 10.53 11.18 11.82 13.21

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
2.00 6.88 4.28 1.76 11.86 12.50 13.14 14.52 15000

2.23 8.33 5.72 3.20 13.13 13.77 14.40 15.77

2.42 9.53 6.91 4.39 14.19 14.82 15.45 16.81 10000


2.60 10.66 8.04 5.52 0.27 15.18 15.81 16.44 17.79

2.74 11.54 8.92 6.39 1.14 15.96 16.58 17.21 18.56 5000
2.85 12.23 9.61 7.08 1.82 16.57 17.19 17.81 19.16

2.93 12.74 10.11 7.58 2.32 17.01 17.63 18.25 19.59


0
2.98 13.05 10.43 7.89 2.63 17.29 17.91 18.53 19.87 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960 1080 1200
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 13.18 10.55 8.02 2.75 17.40 18.02 18.64 19.98
94 9-5/8 9-5/8 95

5L-963-4
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300
1200 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 9-5/8 in 244 mm
5L-963-4 250
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
200 825 GPM
Number of Stages 4 4

SPEED (RPM)
Bit Box Threads 6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 150

9-5/8 in OD Top Connection


6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 450 GPM
7-5/8 Reg 7-5/8 Reg 100

Flow Rate 450 - 1,200 gpm 28 - 76 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 75 - 185 rpm 75 - 185 rpm

4 Stage Maximum Torque 16,155 ft-lbs 21,900 N-m


0
0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 430 hp 321 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 600 psi 4.1 mpa 5L-963-4


MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 500

450
Bit to Bend 95 in 2,417 mm
400
Maximum Weight on Bit 90,000 lbs 41,000 kg
350
Maximum Bit Pull 400,000 lbs 180,000 kg

POWER (HP)
300
1200 GPM
Weight 4,695 lbs 2,130 kg 250
825 GPM
200
Length 288 in 7,302 mm
150
450 GPM

Full Load
100
5L-963-4 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
50
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4" 17-1/2" 12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4" 17-1/2"

0.31 3.36 4.36 5.35 7.50


5L-963-4
0.62 5.36 6.36 7.34 9.48
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
18000
0.93 0.17 7.37 8.35 9.33 11.45

Full Load
1.22 2.38 9.25 10.22 11.19 13.30 16000

1.50 4.52 1.37 11.06 12.03 12.99 15.08 14000

1.76 6.50 3.35 0.31 12.74 13.71 14.66 16.73

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
12000
2.00 8.32 5.17 2.13 14.30 15.25 16.20 18.26
10000
2.23 10.08 6.91 3.87 15.78 16.74 17.68 19.73
8000
2.42 11.52 8.35 5.30 17.01 17.96 18.90 20.94

2.60 12.90 9.72 6.66 0.32 18.18 19.12 20.06 22.08 6000

2.74 13.96 10.78 7.72 1.37 19.09 20.03 20.96 22.98 4000

2.85 14.80 11.62 8.55 2.20 19.80 20.74 21.66 23.68 2000
2.93 15.41 12.23 9.16 2.80 20.32 21.25 22.18 24.19
0
2.98 15.79 12.61 9.54 3.17 20.64 21.57 22.50 24.51 0 80 160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 15.94 12.76 9.69 3.32 20.77 21.70 22.63 24.63
96 9-5/8 9-5/8 97

5L-963-5
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300
1200 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 9-5/8 in 244 mm
5L-963-5 250
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
200 825 GPM
Number of Stages 5 5

SPEED (RPM)
Bit Box Threads 6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 150

9-5/8 in OD Top Connection


6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 450 GPM
7-5/8 Reg 7-5/8 Reg 100

Flow Rate 450 - 1,200 gpm 28 - 76 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 75 - 185 rpm 75 - 185 rpm

5 Stage Maximum Torque 16,915 ft-lbs 22,935 N-m


0
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 450 hp 336 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 750 psi 5.2 mpa 5L-963-5


MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 500

450
Bit to Bend 95 in 2,417 mm
400
Maximum Weight on Bit 90,000 lbs 41,000 kg
350
Maximum Bit Pull 400,000 lbs 180,000 kg

POWER (HP)
300
1200 GPM
Weight 5,080 lbs 2,305 kg 250
825 GPM
200
Length 321 in 8,142 mm
150
450 GPM

Full Load
100
5L-963-5 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
50
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4" 17-1/2" 12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4" 17-1/2"

0.31 2.88 3.69 4.49 6.24


5L-963-5
0.62 4.73 5.53 6.33 8.06
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
18000
0.93 0.16 6.58 7.38 8.17 9.88

Full Load
1.22 2.16 8.31 9.10 9.89 11.59 16000

1.50 4.09 1.24 9.98 10.77 11.54 13.24 14000

1.76 5.88 3.03 0.28 11.53 12.31 13.09 14.77

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
12000
2.00 7.53 4.68 1.93 12.97 13.74 14.51 16.18
10000
2.23 9.12 6.26 3.50 14.34 15.11 15.87 17.53
8000
2.42 10.43 7.56 4.80 15.47 16.24 17.00 18.65

2.60 11.67 8.80 6.04 0.29 16.55 17.31 18.07 19.71 6000

2.74 12.64 9.76 6.99 1.24 17.38 18.14 18.90 20.53 4000

2.85 13.40 10.52 7.75 1.99 18.04 18.80 19.55 21.18 2000
2.93 13.95 11.07 8.30 2.54 18.52 19.27 20.02 21.65
0
2.98 14.29 11.41 8.64 2.88 18.82 19.57 20.32 21.94 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 14.43 11.55 8.78 3.01 18.94 19.69 20.44 22.06
98 9-5/8 9-5/8 99

5L-963-6
MOTOR SPEED CURVE
Specifications English Metric 300
1200 GPM

Full Load
Tool OD 9-5/8 in 244 mm
5L-963-6 250
Number of Lobes 5:6 5:6
200 825 GPM
Number of Stages 6 6

SPEED (RPM)
Bit Box Threads 6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 150

9-5/8 in OD Top Connection


6-5/8 Reg 6-5/8 Reg 450 GPM
7-5/8 Reg 7-5/8 Reg 100

Flow Rate 450 - 1,200 gpm 28 - 76 L/s


5:6 Lobe 50
Bit Speed at Full Load 75 - 185 rpm 75 - 185 rpm

6 Stage Maximum Torque 17,100 ft-lbs 23,185 N-m


0
0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
Maximum Power 455 hp 340 kw

Diff. Pressure at Full Load 900 psi 6.2 mpa 5L-963-6


MOTOR POWER CURVE
Max. Diff. Pressure across Bit 2,000 psi 13.8 mpa 500

450
Bit to Bend 95 in 2,417 mm
400
Maximum Weight on Bit 90,000 lbs 41,000 kg
350
Maximum Bit Pull 400,000 lbs 180,000 kg

POWER (HP)
300
1200 GPM
Weight 5,477 lbs 2,485 kg 250
825 GPM
200
Length 354 in 8,982 mm
150
450 GPM

Full Load
100
5L-963-6 PREDICTED BUILD RATES ( Deg / 100 ft )
50
SLICK BEARING HOUSING STABILIZED BEARING HOUSING
0
ABH
HOLE SIZE HOLE SIZE 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960
ANGLE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4" 17-1/2" 12-1/4" 13-1/2" 14-3/4" 17-1/2"

0.31 2.51 3.18 3.84 5.29


5L-963-6
0.62 4.22 4.89 5.55 6.98
Bit To Bend MOTOR TORQUE CURVE
18000
0.93 0.14 5.94 6.60 7.25 8.67

Full Load
1.22 1.97 7.54 8.20 8.85 10.26 16000

1.50 3.73 1.14 9.09 9.74 10.39 11.79 14000

1.76 5.37 2.77 0.26 10.53 11.18 11.82 13.21

TORQUE (FT-LBS)
12000
2.00 6.88 4.28 1.76 11.86 12.50 13.14 14.52
10000
2.23 8.33 5.72 3.20 13.13 13.77 14.40 15.77
8000
2.42 9.53 6.91 4.39 14.19 14.82 15.45 16.81

2.60 10.66 8.04 5.52 0.27 15.18 15.81 16.44 17.79 6000

2.74 11.54 8.92 6.39 1.14 15.96 16.58 17.21 18.56 4000

2.85 12.23 9.61 7.08 1.82 16.57 17.19 17.81 19.16 2000
2.93 12.74 10.11 7.58 2.32 17.01 17.63 18.25 19.59
0
2.98 13.05 10.43 7.89 2.63 17.29 17.91 18.53 19.87 0 120 240 360 480 600 720 840 960 1080 1200
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (PSI)
3.00 13.18 10.55 8.02 2.75 17.40 18.02 18.64 19.98
FISHING DIMENSIONS
100

Model FISHING DRAWING DIMENSIONS (in)


Number A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Y' Z

5L-288-3 2.9 4.9 18.9 40.9 81.9 7.5 130.3 1.9 24.7 14.7 79.5 1.8 1.8 24.4 22.1 1.9 2.5 2.2 2.2 2.9
7L-288-4 2.9 4.9 18.9 40.9 81.9 7.5 130.3 1.9 24.7 14.7 79.5 1.8 1.8 24.4 22.1 1.9 2.5 2.2 2.2 2.9

7L-313-4 3.1 5.2 18.9 40.9 81.9 7.5 130.3 2.1 24.7 14.7 79.5 1.8 2.1 24.4 22.1 2.2 2.8 2.4 2.4 3.1

5L-350-3 3.5 6.3 21.5 49.6 83.5 9.1 142.1 2.3 30.6 15.7 80.3 2.4 2.4 30.9 28.1 2.5 3.1 2.8 2.8 3.5

1L-375-4 3.8 6.9 26.7 56.9 82.7 9.6 149.2 2.5 36.0 18.5 78.7 2.8 2.6 1.3 33.3 30.2 2.8 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.8
5L-375-3 3.8 6.9 26.7 56.9 82.7 9.6 149.2 2.5 36.0 18.5 78.7 2.5 2.6 1.3 33.3 30.2 2.8 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.8
9L-375-4 3.8 6.9 26.7 56.9 82.7 9.6 149.2 2.5 36.0 18.5 78.7 2.8 2.6 1.3 33.3 30.2 2.8 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.8

5L-475-3 4.7 5.4 7.9 13.8 29.6 70.7 118.9 11.3 6.9 201.0 3.0 7.9 0.6 40.0 28.3 115.7 2.8 3.3 1.7 44.6 41.1 3.3 4.4 4.0 3.7 4.7 33.6
5L-475-4 4.7 5.4 7.9 13.8 29.6 70.7 100.3 11.3 6.9 182.4 3.0 7.9 0.6 40.0 28.3 96.1 2.8 3.3 1.7 44.6 41.1 3.3 4.4 4.0 3.7 4.7 33.6
5L-475-5 4.7 5.4 7.9 13.8 29.6 70.7 125.3 11.3 6.9 207.4 3.0 7.9 0.6 40.0 28.3 120.1 2.8 3.3 1.7 44.6 41.1 3.3 4.4 4.0 3.7 4.7 33.6
5L-475-6 4.7 5.4 7.9 13.8 29.6 70.7 150.4 11.3 6.9 232.4 3.0 7.9 0.6 40.0 28.3 144.1 2.8 3.3 1.7 44.6 41.1 3.3 4.4 4.0 3.7 4.7 33.6
7L-475-3 4.7 5.4 7.9 13.8 29.6 70.7 100.3 11.3 6.9 182.4 3.0 7.9 0.6 40.0 28.3 96.1 2.8 3.3 1.7 44.6 41.1 3.3 4.4 4.0 3.7 4.7 33.6

5L-650-4 6.5 7.2 9.2 21.4 40.6 85.7 152.2 15.2 8.1 253.0 4.6 12.0 1.2 54.3 28.9 146.5 3.8 4.4 2.4 49.1 45.1 4.5 5.8 5.1 5.1 6.5
5L-650-5 6.5 7.2 9.2 21.4 40.6 85.7 181.1 15.2 8.1 282.0 4.6 12.0 1.2 54.3 28.9 175.4 3.8 4.4 2.4 49.1 45.1 4.5 5.8 5.1 5.1 6.5
5L-650-6 6.5 7.2 9.2 21.4 40.6 96.8 214.6 15.2 8.1 326.6 4.6 12.0 1.2 54.3 39.3 208.7 3.8 4.7 2.6 60.2 56.1 4.5 5.8 5.5 5.3 6.8 12.2
9L-650-4 6.5 7.2 9.2 21.4 40.6 85.7 152.2 15.2 8.1 253.0 4.6 12.0 1.2 54.3 28.9 146.5 3.8 4.4 2.4 49.1 45.1 4.5 5.8 5.1 5.1 6.5

5L-675-4 6.8 7.4 9.2 21.2 42.7 98.5 148.8 15.0 10.4 262.3 4.5 12.2 1.4 56.8 39.3 144.3 4.2 4.7 2.6 60.2 55.8 4.9 6.1 5.5 5.3 6.8 11.8
5L-675-5 6.8 7.4 9.2 21.2 42.7 98.5 181.5 15.0 10.4 295.0 4.5 12.2 1.4 56.8 39.3 175.6 4.2 4.7 2.6 60.2 55.8 4.9 6.1 5.5 5.3 6.8 11.8
5L-675-6 6.8 7.4 9.2 21.2 42.7 98.5 214.6 15.0 10.4 328.1 4.5 12.2 1.4 56.8 39.3 208.7 4.2 4.7 2.6 60.2 55.8 4.9 6.1 5.5 5.3 6.8 11.8
9L-675-2 6.8 7.4 9.2 21.2 42.7 98.5 90.2 15.0 10.4 203.7 4.5 12.2 1.4 56.8 39.3 85.0 4.9 4.7 2.6 60.2 55.8 4.9 6.1 5.5 5.3 6.8 11.8
9L-675-4 6.8 7.4 9.2 21.2 42.7 98.5 175.2 15.0 10.4 203.7 4.5 12.2 1.4 56.8 39.3 170.1 4.9 4.7 2.6 60.2 55.8 4.9 6.1 5.5 5.3 6.8 11.8

5L-775-4 7.8 8.7 9.7 24.1 46.5 96.6 148.0 16.1 10.2 260.8 5.1 14.2 1.6 63.0 31.5 143.5 4.9 5.5 3.1 54.9 50.2 6.0 7.1 6.5 6.5 7.8
5L-775-5 7.8 8.7 9.7 24.1 46.5 96.6 181.1 16.1 10.2 293.9 5.1 14.2 1.6 63.0 31.5 176.6 4.9 5.5 3.1 54.9 50.2 6.0 7.1 6.5 6.5 7.8
5L-775-6 7.8 8.7 9.7 24.1 46.5 96.6 214.2 16.1 10.2 326.9 5.1 14.2 1.6 63.0 31.5 209.6 4.9 5.5 3.1 54.9 50.2 6.0 7.1 6.5 6.5 7.8

5L-850-4 8.5 9.6 9.8 24.4 46.9 97.0 148.0 16.7 9.7 261.7 5.7 15.0 2.0 63.4 31.5 143.3 5.4 6.0 3.3 55.1 48.8 6.3 7.7 7.1 7.1 8.5
5L-850-5 8.5 9.6 9.8 24.4 46.9 97.0 181.1 16.7 9.7 294.8 5.7 15.0 2.0 63.4 31.5 176.4 5.4 6.0 3.3 55.1 48.8 6.3 7.7 7.1 7.1 8.5
5L-850-6 8.5 9.6 9.8 24.4 46.9 97.0 214.2 16.7 9.7 327.9 5.7 15.0 2.0 63.4 31.5 209.4 5.4 6.0 3.3 55.1 48.8 6.3 7.7 7.1 7.1 8.5

3L-963-6 9.6 10.9 10.2 25.6 48.5 104.6 219.3 24.6 9.3 348.5 6.5 15.7 2.6 65.0 36.6 213.8 5.9 6.5 3.5 61.5 56.1 6.9 8.9 7.9 7.5 9.6 13.4
5L-963-4 9.6 10.9 10.2 25.6 48.5 104.6 153.1 24.6 9.3 282.4 6.5 15.7 2.6 65.0 36.6 147.6 5.9 6.5 3.5 61.5 56.1 6.9 8.9 7.9 7.5 9.6 13.4
5L-963-5 9.6 10.9 10.2 25.6 48.5 104.6 186.2 24.6 9.3 315.4 6.5 15.7 2.6 65.0 36.6 180.7 5.9 6.5 3.5 61.5 56.1 6.9 8.9 7.9 7.5 9.6 13.4
9.6 10.9 10.2 25.6 48.5 104.6 219.3 24.6 9.3 348.5 6.5 15.7 2.6 65.0 36.6 213.8 5.9 6.5 3.5 61.5 56.1 6.9 8.9 7.9 7.5 9.6 13.4
101

5L-963-6
102

Cavo Drilling Motors


12243-C FM 529
Houston, Texas 77041
U.S.A.
Tel: 713-896-0445
Fax: 713-896-0332
http://www.cavodm.com