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Iron Roughneck Dies – Precision Replacements for Optimal Performance

Discover superior performance with our Iron Roughneck Dies at Pan Industries. Engineered for durability and precision, our dies are designed as direct replacements for OEM parts. Ensure seamless operations on your oil drilling rig with these high-quality, cost-effective spares. Explore a range of sizes and specifications to match your iron roughneck model. Trust in Pan Industries for reliable solutions that elevate the efficiency of your drilling equipment. Browse now for durable Iron Roughneck Dies that meet or exceed industry standards.

Pan Industries manufactures spare parts of Iron Roughneck like Iron Roughneck lower die, Iron Roughneck upper die, torque wrench die, dies holder for iron roughneck.



Pan Industries manufactures a full line of inserts and dies which include : Tong dies for manual tong, hydraulic tong; elevator inserts for all Slip Type Elevators; slip inserts for rotary slip, drill collar slip and casing slips.

We also manufacture dies for Iron roughneck ST-80 Iron Roughneck Lower Die, ST-80 Iron Roughneck Upper Die, Torque Wrench Die and DIES HOLDER FOR IRON ROUGHNECK.

iron roughneck spares

We manufacture our dies and inserts from quality materials and precision machine them to exacting tolerances. They are heat-treated to industry standards to provide the best wear and resistance for the harshest of environments.


Key Features of Our Iron Roughneck Dies : 

– Precision-engineered for seamless integration

– Durable construction for long-lasting performance

– Cost-effective alternatives to OEM dies


Iron roughnecks are tools used in the drilling industry to connect and disconnect sections of drill pipe, or tubulars, and are used in oilfield drilling rigs. Iron roughnecks clamp the bottom pipe, providing torque, while a spinning or rotary wrench turns the top pipe.

These machines assemble drilling pipes by clamping the lower pipe in place while a rotary wrench turns the upper pipe and threads it into the matching threads on the lower pipe. These machines are often automated and remotely controlled for greater worker safety.