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  • 10040 Happy Valley Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85255 (480) 585-0710
  • Bella Vista, AR
  • Henderson, NV
  • Pinedale, AZ
  • Flagstaff, AZ
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Naples, FL

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Reamer And Methods For Directional Drilling

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US Patent:
7730969, Jun 8, 2010
Filed:
Aug 7, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/187521
Inventors:
Mark Osadchuk - Scottsdale AZ,
Steven L. Ugrich - Bovey MN,
Assignee:
Southeast Directional Drilling, LLC - Casa Grande AZ
International Classification:
E21B 7/28
E21B 10/26
US Classification:
175 53, 175344, 175406
Abstract:
A reamer for underground boring is provided. The reamer includes at least: (a) a center mandrel, wherein the center mandrel defines a mandrel axis; (b) a plurality of radial members extending radially from the center mandrel; (c) a plurality of cutting heads, wherein each of the cutting heads: (i) is supported by at least one of the radial members; (ii) is arcuately spaced-apart around the center mandrel from the other cutting heads; (iii) has a rounded surface; and (d) a plurality of cutting teeth on the rounded surface of each of the cutting heads. A method of horizontal drilling with the reamer is also provided.

Mobile Self-Erecting Directional Drilling Rig Apparatus

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US Patent:
7748471, Jul 6, 2010
Filed:
Jul 6, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/774365
Inventors:
Mark Osadchuk - Scottsdale AZ,
John Heieie - Maricopa AZ,
Assignee:
Southeast Directional Drilling, LLC - Casa Grande AZ
International Classification:
E21B 7/02
E21B 15/04
US Classification:
173 28
Abstract:
An apparatus and method for horizontal drilling are provided. The apparatus has: (A) a thrust frame; (B) a carriage on the thrust frame; (C) a wheel truck, wherein a rearward portion of the thrust frame can be supported in a lowered position on the wheel truck; (D) a king pin for operatively connecting a forward portion of the thrust frame to a tractor; (E) a trailer-leg assembly that can be connected operatively between: (i) the forward portion of the thrust frame; and (ii) the ground; and wherein the trailer-leg assembly is capable of assisting in supporting the forward portion of the thrust frame: (a) in a raised position so a tractor can be connected for towing; and (b) in a lowered position where the forward portion of the thrust frame is in a lowered position adjacent the ground to assist in positioning the thrust frame in a position for drilling.

Reamer And Methods For Directional Drilling

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US Patent:
7958950, Jun 14, 2011
Filed:
Apr 26, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/767085
Inventors:
Mark Osadchuk - Scottsdale AZ,
Steven L. Ugrich - Bovey MN,
Assignee:
Southeast Directional Drilling, LLC - Casa Grande AZ
International Classification:
E21B 7/28
E21B 10/26
US Classification:
175 53, 175344, 175406
Abstract:
A reamer for underground boring is provided. The reamer includes at least: (a) a center mandrel, wherein the center mandrel defines a mandrel axis; (b) a plurality of radial members extending radially from the center mandrel; (c) a plurality of cutting heads, wherein each of the cutting heads: (i) is supported by at least one of the radial members; (ii) is arcuately spaced-apart around the center mandrel from the other cutting heads; (iii) has a rounded surface; and (d) a plurality of cutting teeth on the rounded surface of each of the cutting heads. A method of horizontal drilling with the reamer is also provided.

Mobile Self-Erecting Directional Drilling Rig Apparatus

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US Patent:
8087473, Jan 3, 2012
Filed:
May 20, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/783943
Inventors:
Mark Osadchuk - Scottsdale AZ,
John Heieie - Maricopa AZ,
Assignee:
Southeast Directional Drilling, LLC - Casa Grande AZ
International Classification:
E21B 7/02
US Classification:
173 1, 173187, 173 28
Abstract:
An apparatus and method for horizontal drilling are provided. The apparatus has: (A) a thrust frame; (B) a carriage on the thrust frame; (C) a wheel truck, wherein a rearward portion of the thrust frame can be supported in a lowered position on the wheel truck; (D) a king pin for operatively connecting a forward portion of the thrust frame to a tractor; (E) a trailer-leg assembly that can be connected operatively between: (i) the forward portion of the thrust frame; and (ii) the ground; and wherein the trailer-leg assembly is capable of assisting in supporting the forward portion of the thrust frame: (a) in a raised position so a tractor can be connected for towing; and (b) in a lowered position where the forward portion of the thrust frame is in a lowered position adjacent the ground to assist in positioning the thrust frame in a position for drilling.

Pit Pump

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US Patent:
2002010, Aug 1, 2002
Filed:
Jan 29, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/772419
Inventors:
Mark Osadchuk - Scottsdale AZ,
International Classification:
F04B053/00
US Classification:
417/234000, 417/405000, 417/406000, 417/407000
Abstract:
The invention provides a pit pump having a submersible hydraulic drive motor, a pump, and a bearing block assembly. The pump has a body, a fluid inlet in the body, a fluid outlet in the body, and an impeller operatively positioned in the body, whereby fluid can be pumped between the fluid inlet and the fluid outlet. The bearing block assembly operatively connects the hydraulic drive motor to the impeller of the pump, whereby the submersible hydraulic drive motor is spaced apart from the pump. The bearing block assembly preferably includes a housing and a drive shaft operatively positioned for rotational movement within the housing, whereby rotational movement can be transferred from the hydraulic drive motor to the impeller of the pump. The bearing block assembly preferably has at least one grease nipple and at least one bleeder nipple for maintaining grease lubrication within the bearing block assembly. Furthermore, the bearing block assembly is preferably lubricated with an extreme-pressure, water-resistant, and high-temperature grease.

Chain Separator For Padding Machine

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US Patent:
5741087, Apr 21, 1998
Filed:
Oct 24, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/735905
Inventors:
Mark Osadchuk - Scottsdale AZ
International Classification:
B07B 130414
E02F 52226
US Classification:
405179
Abstract:
A padding apparatus for padding underground cable or pipeline is provided. The padding apparatus is adapted to continuously separate excavated material piled alongside an excavated ditch into relatively fine padding material and relatively rough residual material as the apparatus moves forward. The padding apparatus continuously places the relatively fine padding material in the ditch. According to the invention, the apparatus includes a frame for supporting and moving an endless openwork in an endless path for lifting excavated material in an elevating direction. The endless openwork has rods and transverse chain sections attached to the rods, whereby the rods and chain sections define openings that allow relatively fine padding material to pass therethrough. A discharge conveyor is positioned beneath at least a portion of the endless openwork of the separator to receive the relatively fine padding material and convey the padding material to the ditch for padding cable or pipeline therein.

Padding Machine With Shaker For Separator

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US Patent:
5540003, Jul 30, 1996
Filed:
Jul 22, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/278888
Inventors:
Mark Osadchuk - Scottsdale AZ
International Classification:
E02F 522
US Classification:
371425
Abstract:
An improved padding machine is provided with a shaker assembly that vigorously shakes a moving openwork at a high frequency. The shaker assembly includes resilient mounts for attaching the shaker assembly to the frame of the padding machine, preferably adjacent the supports for an upper portion of the screening belt, which slides across the top of such supports. The rubber or rubber-like resilient mounts support an eccentric shaft that is journalled in associated bearings for rotation beneath an upper portion of the screening belt. The eccentric shaft preferably extends substantially the entire width of the screening belt to either side of the padding machine. A motor is connected to a drive end of the eccentric shaft for rotating the shaft. When the motor rapidly rotates the eccentric shaft, the off-center body of the eccentric shaft causes vibration, which is translated through the resilient mounts to the frame of the padding machine adjacent the supports for the screening belt. Thus, high frequency vibratory motion is imparted to the moving screening belt.

Pipeline Padding Apparatus

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US Patent:
5120433, Jun 9, 1992
Filed:
Jul 10, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/729780
Inventors:
Mark Osadchuk - Scottsdale AZ
Assignee:
Ozzie's Pipeline Padder, Inc. - Scottsdale AZ
International Classification:
B07B 100
E02F 100
US Classification:
209235
Abstract:
An improved pipeline paddling apparatus includes a separator for separating fine material out of spoil which is piled along side an excavation, an elevator for transporting spoil to the separator, a pair of guide projections for guiding spoil into the elevator and a pair of auger type devices for directing spoil from the guiding projection both toward the elevator and in the elevating direction. A conveyor is provided to transport the separated fine portion of the spoil back into the excavation, thereby padding the pipeline. The elevator, guide and augers are pivotally adjustable as a unit with respect to a tracked vehicle, which provides maximum adjustability. In a second embodiment for use in rocky soil, the auger-type devices are eliminated and the guide projections are given a broader, concave inner guide surface.
Mark Osadchuk from Scottsdale, AZ, age ~87 Get Report