Heavy Duty Motorhead Assembly

Features
Benefits
    • Compact tool string Suitable for H2S and Standard Service Environments
    • Dual flapper check valve assembly provides a uni-directional barrier between the well and above tubing
    • A ball activated disconnect facility
    • Dual operation circulating subt
    • A torque thru facility
    • Rupture disc included as standard
    • Impact, shock loading, torque and straight pull tolerant design
    • Large thru bore
    • Standard Internal GS profile
    • Fully adjustable disconnect and circulating shear values
    • Restricted rig up heights

Features

  • Compact tool string Suitable for H2S and Standard Service Environments
  • Dual flapper check valve assembly provides a uni-directional barrier between the well and above tubing
  • A ball activated disconnect facility
  • Dual operation circulating subt
  • A torque thru facility
  • Rupture disc included as standard
  • Impact, shock loading, torque and straight pull tolerant design
  • Large thru bore
  • Standard Internal GS profile

Benefits

  • Fully adjustable disconnect and circulating shear values
  • Restricted rig up heights

The Motorhead Assembly is a compact tool string that incorporates a variety of features including:

  • A dual flapper check valve assembly
  • A ball activated disconnect facility
  • And a dual operation circulating sub

The tool also features a torque through facility, in addition to a standard internal GS fishing neck profile.

The dual flapper check valves provide a uni-directional barrier between the well and the tubing above. The disconnect facility provides a means of disconnecting from a stuck tool string by simply dropping a ball. The circulating sub introduces a flow path from the tool’s inner diameter to the annulus. However, if for any reason circulation through the tool string is lost, a rupture disc option is included as standard.

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