PRODUCTS

10704 West County Road 77
Midland, Texas 79707
Office: 432.400.2564
Drew Boyer – 337.315.1539

“We provide a full array of inspection services, manufacture of various downhole drilling
components, and repair of all drill pipe, drill collars, and tubing. Let us quote your needs today!

Miller Tubular Servicesis highly adapted in meeting your downhole tool needs. Here’s a list of our current machines and capabilities.

CNC Lathes

• 4 Doosan Puma 5100Cs – 10.8” spindle bore, Max Turn Length 40.6”, Max Turning OD 25.6”
• 1 Doosan Puma 5100LC – 10.8” spindle bore, Max Turn Length 81.97”, Max Turning OD 25.6”
• 1 Doosan Puma 3100 – 4.5” spindle bore, Max Turn Length 29.7”, Max Turning OD 18.9”

Manual Milling Machine

• Jet 1050EVS2 with NEWALL DRO

Saw

• Bolton Tools saw TGK-4235 up to 13 ¾”

Below is a list of variousAPI, Double Shoulder and other thread types we can cut.

API ROTARY SHOULDER CONNECTIONS

NC38 / 3 1/2″ IF

NC40 / 4″ Full Hole

NC44

NC46 / 4 1/2″ XHole

NC50 / 4 1/2″ IF

NC56

3 1/2 Regular

4 1/2 Regular

6 5/8 Regular

7 5/8 Regular

4 1/2″ H-90

5″ H-90

DOUBLE SHOULDER CONNECTIONS

CDS38

CDS40

CDS46

CDS50

CDS55

CDS65

MST39

CET24

CET39

CET40

CET43

CET46

CET50

CET54

TSDS42

TUBING/CASING CONNECTIONS

Most 10 round & 8 round tubing threads

Short Thread Casing (STC), Long Thread Casing (LTC) threads, Buttress Thread Casing (BTC)

CTS-8 sizes (Interchangeable w/ BTS-8, RTS-8)

3/4″, 1″, 1 1/4″, 1 1/2″, 2 1/16″, 2 3/8″, 2 7/8″, 3 1/2″, 4 1/2″

CTS-6 sizes (Interchangeable w/ BTS-6, RTS-6)

2 3/8″, 2 7/8″, 3 1/2″, 4 1/2″

PUMP IN CONNECTIONS

2″ 1502 Weco

Other threads

ACME

Stub ACME

Line Pipe

National V threads

Metric V threads

Trapezoidal Metric threads

Building tools is a common everyday occurrence here at MTS, some, but not all the components we have built include the following.Unless otherwise specified most subs will be made to standards called out in API 7-1. We can also make parts to customer supplied drawings. All subs are made to order and usually can be turned around within a few days depending on material on hand. Below is a list of some of the tools we regularly make.

Top Drive Saver Subs

Crossover Subs

Wear Subs / Burn Subs / Test plugs

Bit-subs

Float-subs

Lift Subs

Pup Joints / Drillable Lift Subs

Ported Subs

Pump In subs

Bent subs

Other tools

We have a fullycapable machine shop and can handle a varietyof work. Some examples would be coiled tubing parts, completion tools, packer parts, mud motor tools, fishing tools, pump parts or any other part that requires precision ODs and IDs, O-ring grooves, holes drilled and tapped, mill slots and other mill work.. If you have a project to consider outsourcing, please provide us either a spec sheet or drawings and we will be eager to quote!

Building tools is a common everyday occurrence here at
MTS, some,but not all the components we have built
include the following:

TOP DRIVE SUBS

These typically are pin x pin with usually a 6 5/8″ Regular pin x whatever connection is on the drill pipe being run. Please provide us the following info: OD size, ID size, shoulder to shoulder length (s/s, STS) and connections needed. Typical sizes are 7 3/8″ OD 2 1/2″ ID and 9 1/4″ s/s length as an example.

CROSSOVER SUBS (X-OVER / XO SUBS)

A crossover can usually have any connection configuration and will either be a straight OD sub or a bottle neck sub. Customer information needed to make these is going to be, OD size, ID size, shoulder to shoulder length, bottle / fisher neck OD & length and connections needed. If the customer does not specify more than connections, we will make them according to API 7-1 type A or B subs.

WEAR SUBS / BURN SUBS / TEST PLUGS

These types of subs are usually short XO subs, usually anywhere from 8″ to 24″ shoulder to shoulder. They are meant to be used until the connections are worn out and then replaced, the longer ones can usually be re-cut unless they must have a specific shoulder to shoulder length. Customer information needed to make these is going to be, OD size, ID size, shoulder to shoulder length and connections needed.

BIT-SUBS

A Bit-sub is usually going to be box x box with one end always have a Regular connection and the other end connecting to a DC or HWDP. They attached to the bit and are at the end of the string. These will have a float bore on the Regular side. Customer information needed to make these is going to be, OD size, Float Bore size, shoulder to shoulder length, bottle / fisher neck OD & length and connections needed. If the customer doesn’t specify more than connections, we will make them according to API 7-1 type A or B subs.

FLOAT-SUBS

Float-subs are similar to Bit-subs, but they are usually at the beginning of the string. They will usually be a pin x box sub with a float bore on the box end. Sometimes people will confuse them with bit-subs and vice-versa. Customer information needed to make these is going to be, OD size, Float Bore size, shoulder to shoulder length and connections needed. If the customer doesn’t specify more than connections, we will make them according to API 7-1 type A or B subs.

LIFT SUBS

These subs will have one connection that usually attaches to a DC, they will have an elevator recess either tapered or squared. Customer information needed to make these is going to be Elevator recess size and connection needed. We will make them according to API 7-1 unless they have their own drawing for what they want.

PUP JOINTS / DRILLABLE  LIFT SUBS

These are like short joints of drill pipe always with a box and a pin. As of right now we can make them up to 10 feet long. We will soon have the capability of making these up to 15′ long. Pup joints will have the same DP connection on each end and a drillable lift sub will have the DP connection on the box end and a DC connection on the pin end.

Customer information needed to make these is going to be, tool joint OD, tool joint length, tube OD, tube length, ID, s/s length and connections needed.

These are pretty customer specific and there is no common way to make them a sketch or a drawing usually helps, but the person ordering them can usually verbally describe what they need.

PORTED SUBS

These tools are usually for testing, they are usually a short sub with a 1/2 NPT thread on the side with the same size connection for the box and pin.

Customer information needed to make these is going to be, OD size, ID size, shoulder to shoulder length and connections needed.

PUMP IN SUBS

A pump in sub will usually have a DP pin and a 2″ 1502 female end (pin thread). They will have a 2″ ID and the OD is usually the tool joint OD (???) of the connection. They are usually anywhere from 18″ to 36″ long, but it is up to the customer how long they want it. As of right now we can only do the straight pump in subs, there’s also side entry subs which will have the 1502 connection cut on the side, we do not have a CNC mill to make these now.

BENT SUBS

This type of sub will have a pin and a box with usually the pin connection cut on a 1.50 to 30 angle from the centerline of the box. They are used for directional drilling but have been mostly replaced with adjustable mud motor tools. Customer information needed will be OD, s/s length and connections needed, ID will usually be smaller to accommodate for the pin tool joint and connection being cut on angle.

OTHER TOOLS

Since we have a capable machine shop, we can handle a variety of other types of work. Companies that use/make coiled tubing parts, completion tools, packer parts, mud motor tools, fishing tools, pump parts or anything that’s round and needs threads, precision OD and bores, 0-ring grooves, holes drilled and tapped, mill slots or other mill work are also things we can do. If you have a project to consider outsourcing, please provide us either a spec sheet or drawings and we will be eager to quote!