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URTeC 2019

Durable ceramics outlast severe wear, erosion and corrosion. 

CoorsTek helps make your tools more productive by extending life and reducing downtime. As the leader in custom ceramic components engineered specifically for Oil & Gas applications, we partner with OEMs and oilfield service companies worldwide to deliver durable ceramic parts for drilling, evaluation, completion, and production equipment.

Come see us at our booth and we'll show you how to reduce NPT, improve your production output, and extend your equipment life.


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Get a free pass URTeC 2019. Compliments of CoorsTek. 


Just a skip outside of URTeC’s 2019 location at the Denver Convention Center, CoorsTek is headquartered in Golden, Colorado. We’re honored to offer you this free pass to see the show hosted in colorful Colorado.

Sign-up for your complimentary single-day exhibitor pass starting July 1, 2019.




Booth Location and Map 

How to Find Us:

Booth #1314 | Map

Colorado Convention Center:

700 14th St., Denver, Colorado 80202

Show Dates and Times:

Monday, July 22:        10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Tuesday, July 23:         9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday, July 24:    9:00 am - 1:00 pm


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What You'll See in Our Booth:

Machining Services for Dissolvable Components

Magnesium alloy dissolvable balls were introduced in fracking in 2013, and CoorsTek was among the first to produce these balls. Next came dissolvable frac plugs for which CoorsTek supplied components. CoorsTek understands the unique challenges associated with machining magnesium alloys and therefore dedicates equipment, processes, and quality steps for magnesium alloy components. We provide machining services for magnesium components to lower total cost of operations. CoorsTek produces components to the customer’s design and uses customer-supplied material or provides turn-key components. We also employ wire EDM machines to optimize material usage and kit part sets to add value. 


Magnesium fracking ball

Technical Ceramic Inserts

Spears and Associates estimated that over 700,000 frac plugs were deployed in 2018. Each plug must hold high pressures during fracking and then be easily removed. Early generation plugs used inserts made from tool steel, tungsten carbide, or hardened cast iron. However, most companies now use technical ceramic because of its low density, which helps with clean out, and it is easier to mill out. CoorsTek inserts are successfully used every day on frac plug slips. Using CoorsTek technical ceramic inserts for frac plug slips will lower total cost of operations and reduce non-productive time.

Technical ceramic inserts for holding high-pressure during fracking.

Technical Ceramic Bearings and Bushings

Electric submersible pumps (ESPs) used in oil wells initially had hardened alloy bearings which wore quickly with high break rates, resulting in lost production, expensive repairs, and non-productive time. In today’s shale oil wells, gas slugging and high solids rates create challenging conditions for bearing and bushing systems. CoorsTek provides technical ceramic ESP bearings made to our customer’s design from materials based on the downhole conditions. Using CoorsTek’s technical ceramic bearings and bushings in your ESP will extend equipment life, lower total cost of operations, and reduce non-productive time.


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