What It Takes To Be a Bit That Eats Rock | Schlumberger

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It's a punishing, performance-driven process with 120 years behind it.

What It Takes To Be a Bit That Eats Rock
Drilling is a grueling test for drillers and drill bits. So demand a bit that's designed, built, and tested to eat rock—insist on bits from Smith Bits.

What does it take to be a bit that eat rocks for breakfast?

We grind it.

We crush it.

We soak  it.

We fry it.

And then we push it—run after run, foot after foot, mile after mile.

All to see what it’s made of.

Only then does it get the name Smith Bits.

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