Stabil Drill’s heavy-duty reamers deliver high-quality hole development for both straight runs and directional drilling applications.

Reamers are downhole cutting tools used to enlarge and smooth out the drifts, correct crooked holes, restore under-gauged holes or amend hole irregularities that could cause complication or delay for the drill string. Engineered to perform in any drilling condition, these tools are designed and precision-machined in house.

Because our tools are designed, built, tested and certified at Stabil Drill facilities, we have more control of overall quality and reliability. In fact, each of our reamers is subject to some of the most rigorous quality assurance and quality control measures in the industry.

Stabil Drill reamers are also designed for quick, easy maintenance—with cutters that can be replaced at the well site. We even offer a combination reamer/stabilizer that helps optimize directional control. Ask your Stabil Drill representative for product details.

Roller Reamers

Our roller reamers help maintain optimal wellbore gauge during drilling operations, and also have a stabilizing effect on the bit while engaged. Roller reamers serve to reduce downhole torque during operation when compared to deployment of a stabilizer alone. Available in 3-point or 6-point configurations and a variety of options depending on the formation.

Eccentric Reamers

The latest Stabil Drill innovation, our Smoothbore™ Eccentric Reamer helps reach target depth more quickly. Its spiral design delivers a full cut in a single rotation—accelerating rate of penetration in a way that has cut up to two days and $100,000 from drilling operations. With a rated tool speed of 240 feet per hour or faster, and carbide buttons that protect the cutting structure, the Smoothbore gets you there fast.

Phantom PDC Reamer

The Phantom PDC Reamer is a solution for doglegs, ledges and cutting beds in horizontal drilling applications. Built to eliminate wiper trips, this eight-blade reamer cleans the wellbore during back reaming or by pulling out to the top of the curve then rotating forward until reaching total depth.