Engineered to last, our rods are the best performing sucker rods on the market today, allowing wells to produce at optimum levels longer. As a sucker rod manufacturer, our steel sucker rods, and pony rods are manufactured to the highest quality standards to ensure reliable, consistent operation in every well application. Norris and Alberta Oil Tool provide full sucker rod service, with experienced rod specialists ready to assist with in-depth product selection knowledge and a commitment to ongoing technical support.
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Choose the right sucker rod and pony rod to maximize your ROI
In most cases, commodity-type products are seldom the right choice to gain the advantages that make a difference. That’s why decisions based on careful performance evaluation are essential. This is especially true for sucker rods and pony rods. They might be interchangeable, but they are definitely not equal.
Sucker rods are available in 5/8 inch (15,88 mm), 3/4 inch (19,05 mm), 7/8 inch (22,23 mm), 1 inch (25,4 mm), 1-1/8 inch (25,58 mm) and 1-1/4 inch (31,75 mm) rod body diameters and in both 25 ft. (7,62 m) and 30 ft. (9,144 m) lengths, depending on size and grade.
Deep Wells – Effectively Inhibited
- High-strength rod applications
Moderate to Deep Wells – Effectively Inhibited
- API Grade D applications
Moderate to Deep Wells - Noted Corrosion
- KD & CS applications
Shallow Wells with Corrosion
- Grade K applications
Shallow Wells - Effectively Inhibited
- C-Carbon applications
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Norris Corrosion Service (CS) Sucker Rod
You need a rod suitable for deeper, corrosive wells. We’ve got you covered. The Norris CS rod, combined with field-proven, proprietary NOR-PEENING™ technology, is engineered to enhance corrosion fatigue resistance and improve mechanical fatigue life.
Prevent the next failure before it happens with expert sucker rod failure analysis
Root cause failure analysis is essential to continuously improve the reliability of your rod lift systems. Simply fishing, hanging the well on after a sucker rod failure, and replacing it with the same type of component that failed won’t prevent another failure. But, our experts in failure management can.
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