Sucker Rod

Sucker rod, steel or fiber reinforced plastic rod of standard length and diameter with externally threaded ends, typically used for transmitting mechanical power to the subsurface pump. Our company mainly offer steel sucker rod. Generally, every sucker is designed with thread plastic protector at one end, and is equipped with a coupling at the other end.

1. We have been certified by ISO 9001 management system (in 2006), API (in 2005), ISO 14001 environmental management system (in 2012) and OHSAS 18001 occupational health and safety management system (in 2012). This enables us to completely conform to API 11B during manufacturing.

2. Our technical team, consisting of 3 senior engineers, can keep up with industry-leading process of manufacturing sucker rods. They can adopt different heat treatment processes (quenching and tempering, normalizing and tempering, etc.) according to the materials.

3. Our patented straightness testing instrument (Patent No.: ZL 2011 2 0109906.9) allows us to effectively test and correct the straightness of sucker rods, solving the straightness challenge of sucker rods.

4. Excellent quality and after-sales service. Inspection during the manufacturing process and final inspection assure 100% quality of sucker rods. In addition, we offer 365-day warranty, and we have offices and agents in a number of countries and regions, ensuring our premium after-sales services.

According to the mechanical properties and applications, sucker rod can be classified as:
1. Conventional sucker rod
2. Special and high strength sucker rod
3. Centralizing sucker rod
4. Corrosion-resistant sucker rod
5. Pony rod, i.e., short sucker rod

When choosing sucker rods, customers must have a clear understanding of the working environment of oil wells, such as well’s depth, working temperature, media environment, type of well (deviated or vertical well), size and type of pump, and so on. If customer knows little about oil wells’ conditions, it’s easy to purchase steel sucker rods that aren’t suitable for the oil well. This will adversely affect the service life of sucker rods. For example, if it’s a deviated well, we need to use centralized sucker rods, but for wells in highly corrosive environments, corrosion-resistant sucker rods are required.