Side-Load, Bolt-On Transmitter Housings

Designed for DigiTrak Transmitters and Subsite Beacons

Performance Features:

  • Heat-treated, chrome-nickel-moly alloy steel for maximum strength and durability (the same high strength, fatigue resistant steel used in landing gears and propeller shafts)
  • New hole-less lids reduce stress concentrations and fracture points in lid
  • Large lid tabs provide more contact surface for less wear and longer life
  • Double locking lid bolts keep the transmitter secure
  • Engraved batch number to trace material, heat-treat and manufacturing date
  • Engraved part number for identification
  • Removable, replaceable tail-piece increases longevity of the housing
  • Bolt holes are thread milled for a better quality thread and to allow more threads to engage
  • Removable, replaceable tail-piece increases life of housing while standard API threads adapt easily to various rigs
  • Epoxied lid slots to minimize transmitter exposure to mud
  • Incorporates the Super Nozzle designed to minimize clogging and angled to ensure the jetting action is in the desired direction.

Available sizes:

  • 2″ – 4.25″
  • DigiTrak Transmitters

  • Subsite Beacons

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