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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Derricks and mast are used in oilfield drilling rigs to support the crown block and the drill string used during drilling a wellbore.
The remaining deposits are collectively known as the Crown Block, which contain significant exploration potential, and the land package also includes 17 new targets that remain untested.
Coeur will be focused on a quick restart of the Sterling Mine while aggressively exploring the highly prospective Crown Block and other targets.
On the other end of the spectrum, the original Arrow Crown block contains 89 patches, making it a great candidate for discovering Hidden Blocks; I discovered over 30.I started simplifying this block from the outside in, and then got creative with my changes, as seen below.
Once you get comfortable with the above fairly straightforward changes, you can cut loose as with the Arrow Crown block.
Platform dredging is planned at a depth of -1.50 m in the extradition of the current breakwater, which will benefit from the standardization of the existing urban furniture and wall concreting on the crown block in the extruder.
The subject matter of the public contract is the repair of joints in the entire extent of the lock chamber (in the right and left retaining walls), the repair of crown blocks, repair of balustrades at the lower head of the lock chamber and removal of sediment in the lock chamber.
Number of Blocks & Finished Size 9 Sawtooth Star Blocks 12" x 12" 9 King's Crown Blocks 12" x 12"
Parts include, but not limited to mud pumps, drawworks, traveling blocks, hooks, swivels crown blocks and deadline anchors.