What Are The Structure And Characteristics Of PDC Bit?

PDC bits, as everyone who knows about geological exploration surely knows, are generally used for drilling construction in the industry of geological exploration. The following will introduce what are the structure and characteristics of PDC bits.

1. Structural characteristics of PDC drill bit

As a professional PDC cutter manufacturer, we would like to share with you that polycrystalline diamond cutting tooth alloy drill bit is simply PDC drill bit, PDC drill bit consists of drill body and cutting tooth.

(1) Drill body.

There are two types of drill bit bodies: carbide body and steel body. Carbide body is precision cast in an alloy mold, cylindrical cutting teeth are welded on the drill body, and diamond is welded in the diameter-preserving position. Steel body bits are produced and processed with nickel, chromium and molybdenum alloy steel, and drilled in the bit body through a heat treatment process, with pillar-type cutting teeth set in the hole and button-shaped carbide set in the diameter-preserving position. And we have various types of PDC cutter of good quality.

(2) Cutting teeth.

The shape, number and sequencing of the cutting teeth on the alloy drill bit are not the same according to the stratum drilled and the appearance of the alloy drill bit. The cutting edge is made of thin layer of artificial polycrystalline diamond bonded to tungsten carbide substrate by ultra-high pressure and high temperature, and the polycrystalline diamond flake is made of many small crystals of artificial diamond closely combined with not quite the same standard and not quite the same orientation, and its wear resistance is very good, and the tungsten alloy substrate further strengthens the impact resistance of the composite piece. We can provide a reasonable PDC drill bit price.

2. Characteristics of PDC drill bit

(1)No moving parts;

(2)With high-efficiency cutting function;

(3) Longer service life of alloy drill bit;

(4) Higher mechanical drilling speed than other types of alloy drills;

(5) Weak impact resistance;

(6) Most suitable for underground driving force drilling in mines.