The WWDR is equipped with four independently controlled hydraulic downriggers used to stabilize the vehicle for
The WWDR is equipped with a deck mounted, 1250 cfm/350 psi (35 cmm/2,413 kPa) air compressor.
The WWSV is capable of mobility in rough terrain and is all-weather operational.
The WWSV is capable of fording 20 in. (51 cm) of water at a minimum speed of 5 mph (8 km/h).
The WWSV contains a water tank that can transport up to 2,500 gal. (9,464 L) of water (used for mixing drilling
fluid) and equipment to remote locations.
The WWSV is equipped with a truck mounted crane with a 21 ft (6.4 m) extension telescoping boom capable of
lifting 10,000 lb (4,536 kg) at 80 degrees lift.
The WWSV is equipped with a welder/generator that has the capacity of operating continuously at 8,000 watts (8
kW) and capable of providing AC/DC power for Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
(GTAW), and stick welding applications.
The WWSV is equipped with a skid-mounted grouter capable of pumping 35 gpm (132 Lpm) at 500 psi
The WWSV is powered by a CAT C-18 630 hp diesel engine that provides prime power for movement.
The WWSV is equipped with tiedown points for rail, air, or ocean transport.
The WWSV is equipped with a front bumper hydraulic worm-drive winch for recovery of ancillary equipment.
The WWSV catwalk system serves as a safety feature for personnel and runs the functional length of WWSV.
The WWSV is equipped with two rifle mounting brackets capable of securing two M16A1, M16A2, or M4 carbines
within reach of the occupants.
The cab is equipped with a safety egress window and ladder for use when the cab door cannot be opened.
The grouter has a 80 gal. (302 L) capacity hopper.
A radio-controlled remote with a 25 ft (8 m) backup connector cable can control normal crane operations.
Four shockproof, LED and incandescent lights are powered by the WWSV electrical system to illuminate areas
needed to maintain drilling during nighttime operations.
The WWSV is equipped with four independently-controlled hydraulic downriggers used to stabilize the vehicle
without the risk of reduced capacity or failure.
The WWSV is equipped with a 500 gal. (1,893 L) auxiliary fuel tank capable of on-loading and off-loading fuel.
The WWSV is equipped with a stowage box with mounting bracket to secure upright torch kit bottles.
The MCS is a combination desander/de-silter used to remove drill cuttings from the drilling fluid (commonly
referred to as drilling mud or mud) up to 500 gpm (1,893 Lpm). The MCS contains a series of desanding cones
and shakers (screens) that systematically remove cuttings from the mud and recycle the cleaned mud back into
the system for use by the WWDR. Four desanding cones discharge sand from the system at 30 psi (207 kPa).
The four desanding cones separate drill cutting fines (sand).
The MCS is equipped with an Auxiliary Power Unit (APU). It is capable of providing continuous kW power to
provide additional power and lighting for well drilling operations.