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Not Just a Tool. It's a Solution.
The pipe retrieval system that works.

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Success Starts Here.

Welcome to Dapalco! This website is designed to work as a guide to help you successfully retrieve broken pipes from wells. THEFETCH by Dapalco is the original pipe retrieval tool. Made in the U.S.A. it is designed for removing broken pipes and pumps from wells. It features a stainless steel body with retractable jaws (dogs) that grip the broken pipe to extract it from any depth. Dapalco offers three different series of tools to work with a wide range of pipe and casing combinations.  We are dedicated to offering realistic solutions, and are ready to provide customers with guidance and real time support. Our high-quality tools are reliable and can save thousands of dollars versus drilling a new well. Think you only need to use it once? Check out the buyback program in the Fetch Store. When you work with us, you get real people to help you achieve success, not automated phone directories or robot email replies. Continue on to see how our products can help!

SITE INDEX

Home - Quick overview to gather information

Information  - How it works, lifting capacities, instructions, reset procedure

Tool Selector - Provides details on tools and pipe/casing sizes

Fetch Store - Purchase your Fetch tool

Success Stories - Real feedback from our customers

Contact Us - Contact details, phone number, email

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Know Your Setup

Take out the guesswork.

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Well Information

Before selecting the right tool, you will need some information about your setup. Each tool is custom tailored for different situations, so the more information you have, the more we can help.

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Identify Components

You will need to know the material of pipe, if the there is an attached coupling, pipe inside diameter (ID), pipe schedule (thickness) if it is PVC, casing diameter (ID), well depth in feet or meters, and how many feet or meters of pipe needs to be retrieved.

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Check the Tool Selector to Determine Which Tool Works with your Setup

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Additional Considerations

The Tool Selector provides specific information about each tool for the pipe and casing combinations that they are designed to work with. If you are unsure about what to select, contact us and we can help you determine the best option.

You need to know if there are any obstacles that need to be addressed. Are the wires still attached to the pump? They need to be cleared so they don't bind the pump against the casing during retrieval. Is the casing straight? If it has shifted or caved in from an earthquake, this could be an issue.

The Tool Selector provides information on a combination of pipe and casing sizes to reference which tool you will need for your setup.

See it in Action!

For more information about the Fetch tool and instructions, check out the Information Page. 

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