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Aug. 23, 1938., w. B. AGGERS ' l 2,127,492 PIPE AND TUBING RACK Filed Aug. 27,l 1936 2 Smee’ßs--SheeîI 1 E?! _ ß ?--d 3 MPE 0R TuBxNG SECTION \Ñ ' ~ ,9 ’g 22 N“ 57 . I . l 1 /7 7 /l i “‘» “ /“î _> ` g Z/ l ` ì Inventor W E /Íg?ë/«S Attorneys Aug. 23, 1938. w, B. AGGERSy - 2,127,492 PIPE AND TUBING RACKl Filed Aug. 27, 1935 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 Páteuted Aug. 23, 1938", 2,127,492 rn ` alter-n. duress, ilo; .l demuestren not er, ists, ses no. tutti > ‘Ã tim s. " ' trctinc it as euuipped with the improved pipe handllnu dnyers and reciting ineens constructed new und ‘novel systematized raclr construction to h‘lsure 2 is c verticnl sectlonnl view shotvlny the assoblase oi tentures appenrinp in top 5 pien View in Figure l. l’deured is n. section on the line ci his p 'errpedlte orderly handling of pipe sections end tuloins.' v @eine nenerally conversant with the prior stnte ci the art to which the invention relates, it is obvious that `l ern aware that so-cnalled roche and equivalent storing and stacldnu den vices are not new. ds a matter of inet, it ap peurs to he in lreepine with good policy to point out here that it is quite common in this line ot endeavor to provide so-called attendant-used lll tubing hoorde with projectible und retractable nccessories und attacents to promote sys temntic and expeditious hondlinuoi tuhinn and pipe sections While pulling the well or reorganiz inn it alter repairs have been made. / to (el. cnn-ts) is invention relates to oil Well derriclrs and `coluipurent und accessories used in conjunctiony therewith, and has reference _in particular to u l muy no even further and say that the tuhinc hoord which is generally occupied lay e racking ` uttendnnt or Workman is mounted on the con ventlonnl derrich above the platform et an ap proprlnte elevation so that the pipe and tuhinc @d sections they are withdrawn trom the Well tney he stnclred perpendiculnrly in convenient in nccordnnce with my idees. - ure l. Pleure fl is n perspective view >ci e. proiectllole ond retractulole pipe-hundline diluer constitute to inc one oi’ the improved tentures on the tulolne hoord. i ‘ ' ' lliluure d is a perspective view oi? the nurture or brochet used for nnc'horinu the improved rnc »A rods or rnemloers `in pince, Fie 6 is a niodiided det _ , ys or port ci the ‘ nssemhlnue shovvinu nn l-hee. retuiner usnlole in ooe instnnces insteod oi the channel-chuped retniner shown in the other vlervs. in the dreivvinss in lilfrure l, the derrlclr, ’which '2o is conventlonell, is denoted hy the we ll und the reculer horinontnl tuhine hoord is de» noted nt t. ln practice this is disposed verticnlly dnd pernllel shove the custoninry loose or plut» i’orln (not shown) occupied hy the vertono vrorlr- 25 rnen and uttendants ln handlins the lolo ol with» „ drowinu und dlsessenihlinn the pipe sections und tubes, or couplinc the ports und returninu the iaoilitete such verticul stacking, prior pntented 'n to their normnl positions alter repnirs have heen plied in the precedind description, 3@ so structures have come into vogue disclosing the mede. „de idea or ioltble and other retractnlole und pro« it is olnious thnt e pp must he pulled every d then in order to moho repniro to the iectihle adapters to facilitate rachinu and to now rovvs. Although there are many makeshift ar rannernents including ripidin projecting parte to ovoid accidental breelrage trom the hoistins,r piston und other component ports, either ci , coole ond traveling bloclr. lt iollovvs, therefore, lthe pipe or the .tuhinu structures es the cose ey pp that my aim is to generally improve upon prior he. This is nenerolly dono with o. hlocit ond 35 art structures in this classification hy sdoptlns v tnclde, und es the tulolny sections ere wlthdruu’n end-using what I believe to ,loe a more setisiec trom the Well und stached vertlcully, some ruolo tory construction and adaptation ci ieatures. iny ineens is necessary to' lreep them in on“ The chiel feature oi the invention hos to do ipp‘vvith» the use ci hinsedly or plvotelly mounted ` rods selectively suinnnhle trom on out-»oi-the d hnndy so thot they con he in operotiny; order. `vvny position over the tubing hoord,r to n hori ‘ dlthoush itis hy no means oi most iniportunce, _rontal prolecting position, said rods heine asso it rnisht he pointed out here thnt ordlnurily on the tuliinp hoard il suitulole proiectlny dinners nre utilized to nld in initlully suspending or holdinu 45 cinted with dired‘lreeper or retaininn rnmns col, culuted to occomniodate dlderent 'sized pipe sections. ì _ the tuhe sections ns they nre yvlthdrcvvn und loe t Other tentures and cdvnntoees will become more rendlly npperent `troni the iolloyoinn de 'lore they ure recited. Iilihe ordinnry dinner is employed to designate lilre parts throughout the rigidly mounted in pince d interfieren ire duently th the operation oi the loloclr und techie. e dnner is used to let the tuhins rest 50 mi it while tun od and puttinu on the views: tuhinn elevntors which are used inpullinn‘ und scription und drawings; l In the drawings; wherein like numer ere lïiinure l is n horizontal section throulgh apor-y tion of a. conventional oiljwell drilling derriclxw orderly ploce retrieved und reossenihled to put the well hoot; úw showing the conventionel tubing‘board-ond illus l putting tuhinp in wells. In the present arrende ment the improved fingers are denot by the numerals and it, respectively. e lim . « er d 2 maman comprises a slidable plate ofthe type shown in this is denoted by the numeral 23 and the flanges Figure 4.», In other words, it is a vsimple plate ot 2l are provided in upper and lower edges with metal having a claw or 'U-shaped head II,at its _. properly slanting keeper notches 25. The princi outer end to accommodate a pipe which is rested ple of application and operation is the same, how therein temporarily. It is also formed withv a central longitudinal slot I2 and an oiTset bayonet slot Il. Through the instrumentality oi’ these slots I2 and I! and fastening screws- Il and Il, the ilnger is adjustably, that is, projectibly 10 mounted on the tubing board at the proper place. When it is in use, it is in the position shown in Figure l.`> When it _is not inI use, the iastenings Ul ever, as that shown in Figure 1. Y It appears to be new in this particular line of endeavor to provide a keeper unit I8 whether con structed as shown in Figure l or in Figure 6, the same having notched flanges and being disposed in parallelism to the anchoring or attaching ilx- » ture I1, there being i‘ingers I9 pivoted on'this part I'I and selectively engageable with the notches 22 I4 land Il are loosened and by the agency of the or 25, as the case may be. It is thought that the description taken in con slots I2 and Ilxit can be adjusted or retracted to an out-ot-thelway position. The `companion ' nection with the drawings will enable a clear finger I0 is a simple double-ended plate also understanding of the invention to be had. There slotted and held in place by suitableA fastenings fore, a more lengthy description is thought un necessary. , I I. Broadly, however, the point here is in hav ing a projectible and retractable resting .finger While the preferred embodiment of the in 20 to take the place of the ordinary rigid ilnger ventionhas been shown and described, it is to be 20 (not shown). ' ‘ ». ` Of most importance, however, is the racking One of the features dominating this means is an anchoring or attaching bracket I'I which is ' means. understood that minor changes coming within the ñeld of invention claimed may be restorted to if desired. ‘ ' Ifclaim: « a simple U-shaped member having its down-v ~ l. In a derrick, a tubing board structure adapt? 25 _turned ends threaded and secured by nuts or the - ed to be mounted on said derrick, a retaining like to the tubing board at a desired position. Se cured also to the board loutwardly oi’ this and parallel thereto is the retaining unit I8 for the 30 various selectively usable racking rods I9. Each rod is formed at one end into an eye 20 which 35 . 40 - 45 ' member on said board, said retaining member comprising an attaching portion and upstandiríg flange portions, said flange portions being pro vided with a plurality of aligned keeper notches. a plurality of selectively usable rods engageable. is slidably and pivotally attached to the anchor- . intermediate their ends with aligned pairs of ing bracket I1. This allows the rods to be shoved said keeper notches, and means pivotally and close together or far apart as the case may be to slidably attaching the inner ends of the rods to accommodate pipe and tubing sections of different the board stru'cture. , sizes. The sections are of a suitable length to pro 2. In a structure of the class described, a ilxed ject beyond the edge ofthe platform board ‘l to - tubing board horizontally disposed, a rod ylike accommodate a predetermined number of pipes Abracket secured to said board, a plurality of rack. or tubing sections as illustrated in Figure 1. Each l-ing rods pivotally mounted on said bracket to rod is held projected and in readiness for racking .swing into and from outwardly projecting relation purposes through the instrumentalityoflthe re to one edge ofv said board, a rack like retainingv taining unit or device Il; One form of this is a member secured'to said board. adjacent said edge simple channel-shaped member whose upstanding thereof and having diagonal notches therein for _flanges 2i are provided with inclined keeper ` receiving said rods to hold the latter in spaced notches into whichy the rods I l are swung V.and apart'relation, said rods being- slidable on' said .held temporarily in relative parallelism. One of bracket forv engagement with selective notches to the rods in Figure 1 is shown swung to operative hold said rods in differently spaced relation. position and three oi' the rods are swung back to '3. In a structure of the class described, a sup Aan out-of-the-way position. 'I'he projecting rod porting member, an elongated bracket on said at the right permits a series of pipe or tubing member, a plurality of ro\ds pivotally and slidably sections to be stacked thereagainst in vertical connected at one end to said bracket and an elon order as from the point A to the point B. This gated` member in front of and arranged parallel 30 constitutes one yrow and the next row may start . to the bracket and having a plurality of notches at C and extend on to D. Then the nextrod is therein for receiving portions of the rods when the 55 swung over in place and the sectional pipes or rods are swung over into engagement with the tubing are progressively and orderly stacked in readiness for reassembling when occasion requires. Bo far as the part il is concerned, it may be de scribed generically' as a retaining unit provided 60 with one or more upst'anding flanges and an at taching portion. . -the‘ flanges having keeper notches therein so that the-pivoted-'rods Il can be ` swung over and selectively engaged or seated in the desired opposed pairs oi' notches, as is ob vious. The modiiication shown at Ila in Figureß is merely for convenience of construction; Here in stead of using a channel iron I found it expedient notched member. ` 4. In a structure ot the class described, a sup porting member, an elongated bracket connectedl 'with the supporting member, a plurality of rods supported for pivotal and sliding movement at 60 one end on said bracket and a channel member connected with the supporting member in front oi’ ï> and paralleling the. :sameÁ and having aligned notches in its flanges for receiving the rods when the same are swung over into engagement with the channel member, said rods projecting from said supporting member when heid in the notches. and practicable to use an Iv-beam. The- web o! WALTER B. AGGERB. l ,.