The Company

Maxwell Oil Tools is a manufacturer of composite centralizers and other tools used in drilling and other tubular applications. Our revolutionary Multilayer Composite Centralizer (MCC) technology combines high wear resistance with extremely low friction factors. Superior fluid bypass technology addresses many centralization and casing run challenges associated with todays increased well complexity.


MCC Offset Centralizer: new video is online

Do you want to know how our MCC Offset Centralizer will solve your casing placement challenges? This 3-piece composite centralizer is precisely engineered with your well bore specifications in mind. Its design prevents debris from accumulating in front of the centralizer. This reduced drag drastically increases overall efficiency for casing placement.

Inspections and installation

Our products can be efficiently installed in the field, allowing Maxwell Oil Tools to provide product in remote locations around the world as required by our clients.

Downhole T&D Analysis with K&M’s ERA software packages

Maxwell can provide T&D analysis employing the K&M ERA (Extended Reach Architect) software to assist in modelling your tubular running operations. The utilization of in-house testing equipment provides realistic friction and wear values for downhole operating conditions.

Centralization Placement and Standoff Analysis

Maxwell models centralizer placement and spacing using the same sophisticated (ERA) software program. This analysis gives drilling and completions engineers precise requirements for standoff and for the number of centralizers required for optimal cement distribution assuring perfect well integrity.



Manufactured using low-friction, composite materials

Maxwell Oil Tools - Composite centralizers MCC offset centralizers

Drillpipe tools

Maxdrill (all composite) fixed & non-rotating drill pipe protectors

Maxwell Oil Tools - Maxdrill F

Special tools

Custom composite tools for special applications

Maxwell Oil Tools - Slip on Riser Stabilizers

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