Nylon Rod Guides
Reduce rod wear, tubing wear, and lifting costs with Ingram International, Inc. Nylon Rod Guides. They reduce rod wear and tubing wear by acting as wear resistant bushings that space the rod couplings away from the tubing bore. They reduce lifting costs by helping the rods fall straight without buckling for a longer pumping stroke.
In the field, installing our Nylon Guides on the rod is easy. Their diagonal slots slip over the rod, then snap into place using a 24″ (IN.) pipe wrench. The open jaws of the pipe wrench will span opposite ends of a guide and leverage on the wrench handle will snap the guide on to the rod.
Ingram International, Inc. Rod Guides have more wear surface and last longer than most competitors in the industry. Our quality assurance program ensures reliability and integrity on all of our Rod Guides.
Rubber Rod Guides
Molded from hi-temp abrasion resistant, synthetic rubber Ingram International, Inc. Rubber Rod Guides are slotted, hammer-on, spring-backed guides. They can be used on wells with elevated temperatures (up to 300° F), providing a positive hold on the sucker rod while preventing any slippage. Below is a list of the most common sizes only, for more sizing please contact one of Ingram International, Inc. sales representatives.