crown block

crown block

[′krau̇n ‚bläk]
(petroleum engineering)
A wooden or steel beam joined to the tops of derrick posts of an oil well to support pulleys.
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API-4F covers derricks, masts, crown block assemblies and substructures.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Moviegoers have the opportunity to try out the Crown Block e 15 for themselves beginning Friday, Oct.
CROWN BLOCK e 15 OFFERS STATE OF THE ART DIGITAL SOUND, STADIUM SEATING, HIGH
The Managing Director of Crown Block e 15 is longtime Crown and industry veteran Al Walker, contact phone number is (612) 338-1466.
developer of Block e, and Crown Theatres, owners of the new 15-screen Crown Block e Theatres Multiplex, are this year's recipients of the 2002 Access Award by the Minneapolis Advisory Committee on People with Disabilities.
When completely assembled, the TLP will be 4,285 feet high from seafloor to the crown block of the drilling rig.
Crown Block E features the finest entertainment experience with all stadium seating, the best digital sound, and an extensive concession menu.
Marketing at Crown Theatres said, "we are excited to bring the best movie going experience to the customers of Crown Block E 15 at this incredible price.
DSL is API 4F and 8C licensed for the design, manufacture and certification of drilling structures and crown blocks, enabling it to design, build, analyse, repair and re-certify drilling derricks and land rigs.
Parts include, but not limited to mud pumps, drawworks, traveling blocks, hooks, swivels crown blocks and deadline anchors.
Structural Dynamics Engineering develops a variety of products for the automotive industry and oil field services companies with product lines of land drilling rigs, crown blocks, top-drives, traveling blocks, rotary tables, pipe handler equipment, catwalks, automation, robotics, full repair services and equipment for material handling.