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A section of pipe with left-hand threads on one end and conventional right-hand threads on the other. 3, record 1, English, - back%2Doff%20joint
In setting a liner, a back-off joint is attached to it so that the drill pipe may be disengaged from the liner by conventional right-hand rotation. 3, record 1, English, - back%2Doff%20joint
Le terme «tige filetée à gauche» figure à l'entrée «inverseur de rotation» de la source Le langage pétrolier : recueil des principaux termes et expressions usuels en France, dans l'industrie du pétrole (EPETR, 1964). 3, record 1, French, - tige%20filet%26eacute%3Be%20%26agrave%3B%20gauche
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