KC Bit & Supply

Drill Bits for the Rock Drilling Industry

KC Bit & Supply is a supplier of bear claw, chomp, and hurricane mill bits for well completion, and pdc and tricone bits for well drilling.  Call us!  940-839-8857.

Types of Drill Bits We Carry

Bear Claw Mill Bit

Bear Claw Mill for drilling cement. Reverse circulation.

Chomp Mill for drilling cement   and metal.  Reverse circulation.

Hurricane Mill for drilling cement.

Hurricane Mill for drilling cement and metal.

Aardvark full body tapered mill for milling high pressure composite plugs, cement, and cast iron.

PDC mills are suitable for milling extremely hard and abrasive materials. 

Workover Mills designed to drill metal and cement for well completion

The advantages of using a Work Over Mill are:  No moving parts and no lost cones.  The Bear Claw, Hurricane, and Aardvark Mills are designed for specific drilling applications.

KC Bit & Supply has the LOWEST prices available on these mill bits.

Tricones in either tooth or button

Tooth and button bits from various manufacturers, including Atlas Copco..  New and rerun.

Button Bit

Button bits for all applications.

Focus RocBit Tricone

Small tooth bits for well completion.

Drag Bits in either step or chevron type

Chevron Style Drag Bit

Drag Bits are economical when drilling softer geological formations and shallower depths.  

PDC (polycrystalline diamond compact)


New & rerun PDCs available.

Dirt Digger PDC Drilling Bit

Dirt Digger PDC for shallow oil and gas

New and rerun pdc bits for all drilling applications.

All our drill bits are manufactured according to strict standards set forth by the American Petroleum Institute (API).  Tricones and PDC Bits are classified according to characteristics set forth by the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC).

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