Abrado's CSM-1000 is a tool designed to section mill a single string casing or inner string of a multi-string series of casing strings.
The CSM-1000 section milling tool is an extremely reliable, hydraulically activated tool. The section mill is simple in design, easy to operate and has an outstanding reputation for milling performance.
Milling knives are dressed with Abrado’s custom tungsten carbide inserts to provide extending section milling footage with maximum rates of penetration. The Abrado CSM-1000 milling knives are dressed with polygon inserts. The cutting structure consists of carbide arranged in a brick worn pattern. The Carbide is specially developed for downhole applications, preventing premature wear and breakage. Additionally, all Abrado knives are treated with a titanium nitrate coating to increase resistant to wear.
Single String Casing Cutting – SCR 1000
Smooth, One-Step, Casing Cutting. The patented Abrado SCR1000 is a two blade casing cutting system that ensures stability and provides more efficient cutting. With a stronger cutter body, Abrado’s SCR100™ transforms the cutting of multi-string casing into a smoother, more efficient, time saving operation.
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Abrado has the largest range of dual string section milling tools in the market today. Abrado's Medusa® VS performs dynamically stabilized single and multiple string section milling of casing while ensuring no adverse damage to outer casing strings. The Medusa® self centralizes inside the string of casing it is milling so that eccentric casing strings can be milled selectively. No matter what your section milling needs are, there is a tool in the Medusa® product line to get the job done. Our Medusa® CT cutting technology was developed specifically for ThruTubing P&A to meet the need for permanent rock to rock barrier placement without the need to remove production tubing. Medusa® CT is backed by Abrado’s extensive experience in dual string section milling and is run on conventional coiled tubing. The tool is fully stabilized while milling upwards below a left-hand rotation mud motor and Abrado’s patent-pending CT Release Tool.