Definition of Drilling bit
1. Noun. A bit used in drilling for oil.
Generic synonyms: Bit
Specialized synonyms: Core Bit, Blade Bit, Fishtail Bit, Rock Bit, Roller Bit
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Literary usage of Drilling bit
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1. Oil Prospecting, Drilling and Extraction by Forest John Swears Sur (1914)
"Ail-Steel drilling bit, Est. Wt. 1250 lbs. 2 121/2-in. x 6-ft. ... All-Steel drilling bit, Est. Wt. 1200 lbs. 1 Set Tool Gauges for above. ..."
2. The American Petroleum Industry by Raymond Foss Bacon, William Allen Hamor (1916)
"Figure 86 shows a drilling bit, which is attached to the lower end of the stem. This bit is dressed in different ways, according to the ideas of the driller ..."
3. Diamond Drilling for Gold and Other Minerals: A Practical Handbook on the by George Alfred Denny (1900)
"A stream of water is constantly forced through it, and down to the drilling-bit, through the hollow line of rods, emerging through the bit at the bottom of ..."
4. Deep Well Drilling: The Principles and Practices of Deep Well Drilling, and by Walter Henry Jeffery (1921)
"drilling bitS The drilling bit is, perhaps, the most important tool in the well-driller's equipment, for while the derrick, boiler, engine and the entire ..."
5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"The principle of this system consists essentially in the use of rotating hollow drilling rods or casing, to which is attached the drilling-bit and through ..."
6. The Mineral Industry (1902)
"Altogether a string of tools used for drilling deep wells is between 60 and 70 ft. long and weighs about -1000 Ib. The drilling bit is a heavy, blunt, ..."