draw works

draw works

[′drȯ ‚wərks]
(petroleum engineering)
An oil-well drilling mechanism used to supply driving power and to lift heavy objects; consists of a countershaft and drum.
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It is sometimes amazing how the draw works out in competitions.
Boom and hook draw works are driven by independent hydraulic winches.
And the way the draw works out means it looks very tough for more than two of the continent's quintet to make it through to the second round.
With the top drive targeted 1,350 HP, Ward Leonard has the first motor to gain certifications from both CETL and ATEX, while the new 1,150 HP motor is the company's first to receive ABS certification for offshore use in mud pumps, draw works, and rotary tables.
If the draw works out other ways, fine, but I qualified for the Olympics to box so there's no point going over there hoping not to fight.
A new low-profile, heavy-duty Pullmaster winch in the hook draw works simplifies transport and aids visibility.
The rig mast has been erected and draw works were pinned.
One of the highlights of this sale is, during the Oklahoma City sale, Kruse Energy will be selling a never used 3000HP Electric Draw Works and a 1000 ton block and hooks.
An insight in to the world of people who engage in unusual activities during their sleep, including a man who claims to be able to draw works of art in his slumberous state.
An insight into the world of people who engage in unusual activities during their sleep, including a man who claims to be able to draw works of art in his slumberous state.
On the club stage, England can expect strong involvement in the latter stages of the Champions League and possibly a repeat of last season's three semi-finalists if the draw works out well.
By the way, the double of a Chelsea and Celtic draw works out at about 9/1 - tempting?