Compounds made for variety of drilling conditions

Administrator
November 29, 2017
By Administrator
Nov. 29, 2017 – Stinger Water Well and White Water lines of compounds are designed specifically for water-well drillers to perform well under a variety of temperatures and environmentally sensitive conditions.

"We have an opportunity to open additional doors and bring our long history of thread compound expertise to additional end users and wider range of drilling applications," said Jared Elliott, president of manufacturer BESTOLIFE. "Stinger Water Well is an important step toward our goal of expanding our product offerings and helping the rapidly growing water-well industry operate more efficiently and profitably."

Stinger Water Well and White Water are high-performance thread compounds designed to provide maximum lubrication for ease of sealing, makeup and breakout on any job, according to a company press release. These compounds are also designed for water-well drilling applications where a superior resistance to wash off and ease of brushability in a wide range of temperatures are desired.

"By providing superior thread protection combined with water wash-off resistance, as well as our track record of service and high performing products, we allow water well drilling contractors to raise the bar on their equipment efficiency," said Tim Sanders, the company's segment sales leader.

The Water Well line is a high-performance, copper-based compound designed for water-drilling applications. Features include excellent brushability, premium thread protection and an all-season formula.

The White Water line provides the same protective qualities in a non-metallic formula for use in a wide range of temperatures and environmentally sensitive conditions that also washes easily out of clothes.

http://stingerwaterwell.com

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