Stabbing Pulley

Features
Benefits
    • Lightweight device fitted to the bottom of the injector head stripper and used for safely feeding the coil from the reel into the injector head
    • Lightweight
    • Can be supplied with a variety of connections
    • Designed to enable the wire to be fitted without removing any parts
    • Fitted with a replaceable brass wear bush
    • The outer-thread is reduced in length in order to reduce make-up time
    • Fitted with a self-lubricating bearing as standard
    • The brass wear bush prevents damage to the wire
    • Reduced make-up time

Features

  • Lightweight device fitted to the bottom of the injector head stripper and used for safely feeding the coil from the reel into the injector head
  • Lightweight
  • Can be supplied with a variety of connections
  • Designed to enable the wire to be fitted without removing any parts
  • Fitted with a replaceable brass wear bush
  • The outer-thread is reduced in length in order to reduce make-up time
  • Fitted with a self-lubricating bearing as standard

Benefits

  • The brass wear bush prevents damage to the wire
  • Reduced make-up time

The Stabbing Pulley is a lightweight device used in conjunction with a winch and wire system to safely feed the coil tubing from the reel to the injector head.

The Stabbing Pulley has a slot enabling the Surface Handling Tool and wire to be fitted without removing any parts. The wire is retained on the Pulley Wheel via a ball lock pin, which is retained via a lanyard (not shown), thus:

  • Reduces manual handling and working at height.
  • Greatly reducing rig-up time
  • Eliminating the need for assembly tools
  • Thus preventing any dropped objects or loss of components.

A replaceable brass wear bush is fitted in the bore, additionally preventing damage to the wire. The outer-thread is reduced in length to decrease make-up time and as standard, the Pulley Wheel is fitted with a self-lubricating bearing.

Product Image 1

Sales & Support

Middle East, North Africa, Caspian:

Asia Pacific:

USA, South America, Mexico:

Canada:

UK, Europe, West Africa, Russia: