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Section 7

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Contents

7.1 Introduction to Packer Shoes

7.1-1

7.1.1 Description and Application

7.1-1

7.1.2 Industry and Halliburton Governing Specifications

7.1-1

7.1.2.1 API 5CT—Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries—Steel Pipes for Use as Casing or Tubing for Wells

7.1-2

7.1.2.2 API 5B—Specifications for Threading, Gauging, and Thread Inspection of Casing, Tubing, and Line Pipe Threads

7.1-2

7.1.2.3 NACE MR0175—Material Requirements—Sulfide

Cracking-Resistant Metallic Materials for Oilfield Equipment

7.1-2

7.1.2.4 ASTM C109—Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Hydraulic Cement Mortars

7.1-2

7.1.2.5 Halliburton Specifications

7.1-2

7.2 855-Series Packer Shoes and Collars

7.2-1

7.3 Orifice Tube for 855-Series Packer Shoe

7.3-1

7.4 852-Series Packer Shoes and Collars

7.4-1

7.5 Cup-Type Casing Packer Shoes

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7.1 Introduction to Packer Shoes

Halliburton manufactures the three following types of packer shoes:

Flapper valve type–855 Series

Poppet valve type–852 Series

Cup type

The type of packer shoe used depends on the well geometry and the customer’s application. Each tool is designed for a different application and each requires different operation procedures to properly perform for the well application.

7.1.1 Description and Application

The flapper valve and poppet valve type packer shoes are installed on the bottom of the casing string as it is run in the wellbore. This process is used for applications where casing will be set on top of a producing formation completed as an openhole completion. The flapper and poppet valve packer shoes can be used for the following applications:

Packing off the open hole below the casing to help protect low-pressure formations against cement contamination

Floating and guiding casing to bottom

Allowing fluids to be circulated through the casing before the tool is set in the open hole

Both the flapper valve and poppet valve type packer shoes allow the well to be circulated while casing is being run in the hole or at any time before the packer element is set. Both types allow the casing to be floated in the hole if desired. The 855-series flapper valve tool equipped with an orifice tube will allow the casing to fill as it is being run in the wellbore. The

852-series (poppet) tool does not provide this fea- ture. Both tools can be ordered with premium threads and special casing grades as customer service items (CSIs).

Cup-type packer shoes perform the same functions as the flapper and poppet valve types, except the cup-type packer shoe is most often used in workover operations where new casing or tubing is set inside deteriorated outer casing. The cup-type packer shoe has either drillable or pumpout seats.

7.1.2 Industry and Halliburton Governing Specifications

All packer shoe equipment manufactured by Halli- burton is designed according to the applicable indus- try specifications detailed in the following sections.

Copies of all API specifications, recommended prac- tices, and bulletins can be ordered from API. Call 202.682.8375 or write to:

American Petroleum Institute Publications and Distribution Section 1220 L Street NW Washington D.C. 20003

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7.1.2.1 API 5CT—Petroleum and Natural

Gas Industries—Steel Pipes for Use as Casing or Tubing for Wells

The API 5CT International Standard specifies the technical delivery conditions for steel pipes (i.e. material strength, chemical makeup of casing, tub- ing, plain-end casing liners, and pup-joints) and accessories. This International Standard applies to the following connections in accordance with ISO 10422 or API Spec 5B:

Short round thread casing (STC), commonly referred to as “short thread coupling”

Long round thread casing (LC), commonly referred to as LTC for “long thread coupling”

Buttress thread casing (BC), commonly re- ferred to as BTC for “buttress thread coupling”

Extreme-line casing (XC)

Non-upset tubing (NU)

External upset tubing (EU or EUE)

Integral joint tubing (IJ)

For such connections, this International Standard specifies the technical delivery conditions for cou- plings and thread protection.

For pipes covered by this International Standard, the sizes, masses, wall thicknesses, grades, and applicable end finishes are defined.

This International Standard may also be applied to tubulars with connections not covered by ISO/API standards, such as proprietary threaded connec- tions.

7.1.2.2 API 5B—Specifications for

Threading, Gauging, and Thread Inspection of Casing, Tubing, and Line Pipe Threads

Specification API 5B covers dimensions and mark- ing requirements for API Master thread gauges. Additional product threads and thread gauges, as well as instruments and methods for the inspection of threads for line pipe, round thread casing, but-

tress casing, and extreme-line casing connections are included.

The inspection procedures for measurements of taper, lead, height, and angle of thread are applicable to threads with 11 ½ turns per inch or less. All thread dimensions shown without tolerances are related to the basis for connection design and are not subject to measurement to determine acceptance or rejection of product.

7.1.2.3 NACE MR0175—Material

Requirements—Sulfide Cracking- Resistant Metallic Materials for Oilfield Equipment

This standard presents metallic material require- ments for resistance to sulfide stress cracking (SSC) for petroleum production, drilling, gathering and flowline equipment, and field processing facilities to be used in H 2 S-bearing hydrocarbon service. This standard is applicable to the materials and/or equip- ment specified (or by equivalent standards or speci- fications of other agencies).

7.1.2.4 ASTM C109—Standard Test

Method for Compressive Strength of Hydraulic Cement Mortars

This standard covers the test method used to deter- mine compressive strength of a cement mortar using a 2-in. cube specimen to determine compliance with Halliburton specifications.

7.1.2.5 Halliburton Specifications

The following Halliburton specification summaries relate specifically to Halliburton equipment. These proprietary specifications outline how engineering controls help ensure that Halliburton equipment is properly manufactured.

837.00008—This specification outlines the requirements for Halliburton molded phenolic components. It specifies the raw materials to be used as well as the minimum acceptable physical properties.

820.00002—This specification outlines the elastomer requirements for Halliburton rub- ber components.

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68.00108—This specification outlines the requirements for zinc phosphate coating of Halliburton casing equipment made from cast- iron or steel as a base for painting, rubberiz- ing, or antigalling characteristics (for threaded items). A minimum coating weight per square foot of surface area is specified along with quality control procedures that help ensure consistent zinc phosphate coverage.

68.00007/68.00008—These specifications out- line the painting requirements for Halliburton casing equipment.

820.00006—This specification outlines the material requirements for aggregate concrete or mortar used in Halliburton casing equip-

ment. Slurry recipes and production testing procedures are specified, as well as minimum acceptable compressive strength values.

70.71—The specification details a method of obtaining the documentation of the quality of manufactured parts through shop order iden- tification. This specification requires com- plete traceability including material, manufacturing, and testing. This documenta- tion is maintained for no less than five years and is available upon request.

70.72030—This specification details the re- quirements for labeling and storage of assem- blies and subassemblies that contain elastomer components but do not require external packaging to protect those elasto- meric components.

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7.2 855-Series Packer Shoes and Collars

Halliburton 855-series formation packer shoes with flapper valves (Figure 7.2.A) help protect low-pres- sure formations from pressure surges while casing is being run. They also help prevent contamination of the cement caused by gas pressure below the forma- tion packer. Figure 7.2.B shows a 855-series forma- tion packer shoe.

Three operating configurations are possible with this formation packer shoe:

Run with the flapper valve closed to float the casing in to the hole

Run with an orifice tube to let the casing fill while running in the hole (Section 7.3, Figure

7.3.A)

Run as a collar by removing the plastic guide nose

A setting ball and a latchdown plug and baffle are packaged with each assembly. A latchdown plug is required because the flapper-valve packer shoe does not contain a backpressure valve to keep the cement in place. The maximum recommended differential pressure across the mechanical packer is 1,000 psi at temperatures below 200°F.

The standard 855-series packer shoe is manufac- tured with API 8rd casing threads. Premium threads other than API 8rd and special grade casing grades may be ordered as a CSI.

The standard 855-series packer may be converted to self-filling with the addition of an orifice tube self-fill unit.

Operation and installation instructions (No. 100078051-NX, 855.02899) for the 855-series packer shoe are packaged with each packer shoe assembly. Because most 855-series packer shoes are drilled out after completion of the cementing operation, drillout instructions are also included in the operation in- structions.

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Figure 7.2.A—855-series packer shoe

Dimensional data with maximum and minimum recommended hole size, latchdown baffle ID, and latchdown plug part numbers are proved in Table 7.2.A and Figure 7.2.C.

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Packer Shoes Casing Sales Manual DN003119 Figure 7.2.B—Wellbore schematic of 855-series packer shoe 7.2-2 May 2004
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Figure 7.2.B—Wellbore schematic of 855-series packer shoe

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Figure 7.2.C—855-series packer shoe

Table 7.2.A—855-Series Packer Shoe—API 8rd

     

A

Max.

Min.

Actual

Latchdown Baffle ID in. (mm) a

Multiple-Stage Latchdown Plug Part No. b

B

C

Part

No.

Casing OD

in. (mm)

Packer OD

in. (mm)

Hole Size

in. (mm)

Hole Size

in. (mm)

Expansion

in. (mm)

Min. Tool ID in. (mm)

Tool Length

in. (mm)

855.126

 

5

7/8

6.75

6.12

7.85

       

(100078058)

(149)

(171)

(155)

(199)

855.127

4

1/2

6

1/4

7.37

6.62

8.37

2.375

100004667

Aluminum

4.00

33.30

(114)

(159)

(187)

(168)

(213)

(60)

(102)

(846)

855.128

 

7

8.75

7.50

10.25

(100005044)

(178)

(222)

(191)

(260)

   

6

1/4

7.00

6.62

7.75

       

855.136

(159)

(178)

(168)

(197)

855.137

5

1/2

 

7

8.12

7.50

9.40

2.87

100013901

Aluminum

4.90

33.75

(100078075)

(140)

(178)

(206)

(191)

(239)

(73)

(125)

(857)

855.138

7

3/4

9.50

8.25

11.37

(101229121)

(197)

(241)

(210)

(289)

855.146

   

8

8.75

8.37

10.31

       

(100078080)

(203)

(222)

(213)

(262)

         

812.03195

855.147

 

7

8

1/4

9.25

8.75

10.43

3.80

(100074987)

6.43

34.79

(120122319)

(178)

(210)

(235)

(222)

(265)

Cast Iron

(97)

(163)

(884)

855.148

 

9

10.25

9.75

12.75

(100078093)

(229)

(260)

(248)

(324)

a Threaded latchdown baffles will fit in long or short API 8rd thread couplings for any weight of casing, unless specified otherwise. Baffle number 801.03734 is furnished with the 4 1/2-in. packer shoe. If using the baffle with a 4 1/2-in., 8rd short (5-in.) coupling, use baffle number 801.03733.

b If running a packer shoe below a stage cementer, use a Multiple-Stage latchdown plug rather than the latchdown plug provided with the packer. This latchdown plug must be ordered separately. See Section 5 for more information.

Notes: Recommended maximum and minimum hole sizes are those that have provided the best seal based on past experience. Consider hole condition when selecting the proper packer size. The maximum recommended differential pressure across the packer at temperatures below 200°F is 1,000 psi.

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7.3 Orifice Tube for 855-Series Packer Shoe

Orifice tubes (Figure 7.3.A) allowing self fill-up are available in various sizes and should be selected based on existing hole conditions and the desired rate of fill. The orifice tube can be pumped out at any time before the packer is set by dropping a ball and applying pressure. If the flapper valve needs to close, pump out the orifice tube to help prevent gas migration from below. Orifice tube specifications and accessories are provided in Table 7.3.A.

Orifice tubes may be installed with a special inser- tion tool before the shoe is installed in the casing. Orifice tube insertion tools (Part No. 855.0255) are available from Duncan stock or can be made in the field (from hardwood or aluminum) based on Figure

7.3.B.

To install an orifice tube in a packer shoe, follow the guidelines below:

1. Place the tube over the small end (0.48-in. OD) of the insertion tool.

2. Insert the orifice tube on the insertion tool through the setting ring in the top of the packer shoe and into the valve body at the bottom of the packer shoe.

3. Firmly push the insertion tool to snap the orifice tube through the lock ring in the valve body and lock the tube in position.

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Figure 7.3.A—Orifice tube for 855-series packer shoe

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Figure 7.3.B—Orifice tube installation tool

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Table 7.3.A—855-Series Packer Shoe Orifice Tube Specifications and Accessories

Tube ID

Fill-up Assembly

Tube Orifice

1 1/2-in.

in. (mm)

Part No.

Part No.

Weighted Ball

 

1/2

     

(13)

855.02541

855.02531

 

7/8

   

(22)

855.02543

855.02533

 

1

855.02545

855.02535

70.00336

(25)

(100078045)

(100078043)

(100020469)

1

1/8

   

(29)

855.02547

855.02537

1

1/4

855.02549

855.02539

(32)

(100078046)

(100078044)

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7.4 852-Series Packer Shoes and Collars

The 852-series packer shoe (Figure 7.4.A) provides an economical method to pack off and help protect a low-pressure formation from cement contamination. These packer shoes can be used to float casing to the bottom, but they do not provide for casing fill while going into the well. The inverted check valve at the bottom of the packer shoe allows well fluids to circu- late any time before the packer is set.

The 852-series packer collar (Figure 7.4.B) can be installed in the casing string above the shoe joint to help protect a lower formation from contamination during cementing. Several joints of casing or liner can be installed below the packer collar. This collar may also be used for the following applications:

Set liners and perforated pipe

Set screen in saltwater disposal wells and waterflooding projects

Cement wells where full-hole cementing is re- quired

Operators can run a packer shoe/collar below an ES

cementer by placing the cementer shutoff baffle one

or more joints above the formation packer shoe and

collar. The shutoff baffle provides a seat for the shutoff plug while still allowing the packer setting ball to pass through it to the tool. A wellbore sche- matic is shown in Figure 7.4.C.

The 852-series packer shoe and collar are two sepa- rate product lines and cannot be converted in the field from one tool to the other. Standard tools are avail- able with API 8rd casing threads to be compatible with the lightest weight H-40 grade casing. Other casing threads and grades are available upon request.

The 852-series packer shoes and collars are not recommended for use in highly deviated or horizon-

tal wellbores. The 852-series packer shoe is rated for

a maximum differential pressure of 1,000 psi at

200°F when set in a competent hole within the packer maximum and minimum hole-size restric- tion. Operating instructions (No. 10077842-NX, 852.02001) for 852-series packer shoes and packer collars are packaged with each tool assembly. In- structions for drilling out the plugs and internal seats are also provided.

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Figure 7.4.A—852- series packer shoe

Figure 7.4.B—852- series packer collar

The 852-packer shoe sizes, part numbers, recom- mended hole sizes, and ball setting diameter are provided in Table 7.4.A and Figure 7.4.D. The same information for the 852-series packer collar is provided in Table 7.4.B and Figure 7.4.E.

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Figure 7.4.C—Wellbore schematic of 852-series packer shoe

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Figure 7.4.D—852-series packer shoe

Table 7.4.A—852-Series Packer Shoes

Shoe

Part No.

Casing OD

in. (mm)

Packer OD

in. (mm)

Max.

Hole Size

Min.

Hole Size

Setting

Ball OD

Tool Length

in. (mm)

Min. ID

in. (mm)

in. (mm)

in. (mm)

in. (mm)

852.025

 

5.87

6.75

6.12

     

(100077844)

(149)

(171)

(155)

852.026

4

1/2

6.25

7.37

6.62

31.46

4.10

(100014073)

(114)

(159)

(187)

(168)

(799)

(104)

852.027

7.00

8.75

7.50

(100014074)

(178)

(222)

(191)

2.00

852.031

 

5.87

6.75

6.12

(51)

   

(344584)

(149)

(171)

(155)

   

5

6.25

7.37

6.62

31.71

4.51

852.032

(127)

(159)

(187)

(168)

(805)

(115)

 

7.00

8.75

7.50

852.033

(178)

(222)

(191)

   

6.25

7.00

6.62

   

852.035

(159)

(178)

(168)

31.94

5.02

852.036

5

1/2

7.00

8.12

7.50

(811)

(128)

(100005042)

(140)

(178)

(206)

(191)

852.037

7.75

9.50

8.25

     

(100014075)

(197)

(241)

(210)

852.051

 

8.00

8.75

8.37

(100077891)

(203)

(222)

(213)

32.77

6.50

852.052

 

7

8.25

9.25

8.75

(832)

(165)

(100005043)

(178)

(210)

(235)

(222)

 

9.00

10.25

9.75

852.053

(229)

(260)

(248)

2.37

852.061

 

10.25

11.00

10.75

(60)

   

8

5/8

(260)

(279)

(273)

34.54

8.04

852.062

(219)

11.00

12.00

11.75

(877)

(204)

852.065

 

(279)

(305)

(298)

   

(100159616)

9

5/8

36.58

9.00

101277289

(245)

11.50

12.50

12.25

(929)

(229)

(292)

(318)

(311)

Notes: Recommended maximum and minimum hole sizes are those that have provided the best seal based on past experience. Consider hole condition when selecting the proper packer size. The maximum recommended differential pressure across the packer at temperatures below 200°F is 1,000 psi.

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Figure 7.4.E—852-series packer collar

Table 7.4.B—852-Series Packer Collars

Shoe

Part No.

Casing OD

in. (mm)

Packer OD

in. (mm)

Max.

Hole Size

Min.

Hole Size

Setting

Ball OD

Tool

Length

Min. ID

in. (mm)

in. (mm)

in. (mm)

in. (mm)

in. (mm)

852.625

 

5.87

6.75

6.12

     

(120002259)

(149)

(171)

(155)

 

4

1/2

6.25

7.37

6.62

35.76

3.99

852.626

(114)

(159)

(187)

(168)

2.00

(908)

(101)

852.627

7.00

8.75

7.50

(51)

(100077923)

(178)

(222)

(190)

852.631

 

5

5.87

6.75

6.12

36.51

4.44

(127)

(149)

(171)

(155)

(927)

(113)

   

6.25

7.00

6.62

     

852.635

(159)

(178)

(168)

852.636

5

1/2

7.00

8.12

7.50

36.76

5.00

(101003694)

(140)

(178)

(206)

(190)

(934)

(127)

 

7.75

9.50

8.25

852.637

(197)

(241)

(210)

2.37

   

8.00

8.75

8.37

(60)

   

852.651

 

7

(203)

(222)

(213)

38.02

6.41

852.652

(178)

8.25

9.25

8.75

(966)

(163)

(101364772)

(210)

(235)

(222)

852.665

9

5/8

11.00

12.00

11.75

40.85

8.93

(100014077)

(244)

(279)

(305)

(298)

(1038)

(227)

Notes: Recommended maximum and minimum hole sizes are those that have provided the best seal based on past experience. Consider hole condition when selecting the proper packer size. The maximum recommended differential pressure across the packer at temperatures below 200°F is 1,000 psi.

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7.5 Cup-Type Casing Packer Shoes

Cup-type casing packer shoes (Figure 7.5.A) are used in cased holes, but perform the same function as packer shoes set in open hole. These tools are most often used in workover opera- tions where new casing or tubing is set inside deteriorated or damaged casing above an exist- ing pay zone. In these situations, cementing an inner string of pipe while keeping cement off the existing pay zone(s) may be required.

Cup-type casing packer shoes have higher differ- ential pressure capabilities across the packer and can fit in tighter annulus spaces. These tools are not kept in Duncan stock, and are available by special order only.

Cup-type casing packer shoes have either drill- able seats or pumpout seats (Figure 7.5.B). Pumpout seats may be drilled out if necessary. Both types come with an operating ball and a latchdown plug. The pumpout seats can save time and drilling costs because no drillout is necessary after the cement job is complete. Wellbore schematics for both types are illus- trated in Figures 7.5.C and 7.5.D.

Operating and installation instructions (No. 855.00100A, 101290932) are packaged with each tool. These instructions provide information for both types of cup-type packer shoes. The part numbers and sizes for the drillable cup type casing packer shoes are provided in Table 7.5.A and Figure 7.5.E. The same information for pumpout cup type casing packer shoes is pro- vided in Table 7.5.B and Figure 7.5.F.

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Figure 7.5.A—Drillable cup- type casing packer shoe

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Figure 7.5.B—Cup-type packer shoe with pumpout seats

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Figure 7.5.C—Wellbore schematic for drillable cup-type casing packer shoe

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Figure 7.5.D—Wellbore schematic for pumpout cup-type packer shoe

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Figure 7.5.E—Drillable cup-type casing packer shoe

Table 7.5.A—Drillable Cup-Type Casing Packer Shoes

Tubing or

 

Casing

     

Casing OD

in. (mm)

Part No.

Size

in. (mm)

Casing Weight

lb/ft (kg/m)

A

in. (mm)

B

in. (mm)

2

7/8

 

4

1/2

9.5 to 11.6 (14.1 to 17.3)

3.82

2.44

(73)

855.01001

(114)

(97)

(62)

 

855.01510

 

13

to 14

   

3

1/2

(19.4 to 20.9)

(89)

855.01514

15.5

to 17.0

4.50

5

1/2

(23.0 to 25.3)

(114)

2.93

4

(102)

855.01955

a

(140)

13

to 14

(19.4 to 20.8)

(74)

4

1/2

 

15.5

to 17.0

4.62

(114)

855.02005

(23.0 to 25.3)

(117)

 

5

855.02050

a

 

7

23

to 29

5.87

4.41

(127)

(120078482)

(178)

(34.3 to 43.2)

(149)

(112)

5

1/2

 

9

5/8

36

to 40

8.35

4.91

(140)

855.02100

(244)

(53.6 to 59.6)

(212)

(125)

 

7

855.02163

a

8

(219)

5/8

32

(47.7)

7.79

(198)

6.37

(162)

(178)

 

10

3/4

40.5

to 51.0

9.65

6.46

855.02160

(273)

(60.3 to 76.0)

(245)

(164)

9

5/8

855.02300

13

3/8

48

to 61

12.15

8.92

(245)

(101202956)

(340)

(71.5 to 90.9)

(309)

(227)

a Flush joint thread.

Notes: These tools are available by special order only. Other size and thread combinations are available by request. Tubing threads are EUE 8rd and casing threads are 8rd unless otherwise specified.

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Figure 7.5.F—Pumpout cup-type casing packer shoe

Table 7.5.B—Pumpout Cup-Type Casing Packer Shoes

           

Pumpout

Casing OD

Part No.

Casing Size

Casing Weight

A

B

Pressure

in. (mm)

in. (mm)

lb/ft (kg/m)

in. (mm)

in. (mm)

(P1-P2)

psi (kPa)

 

855.00504

4

1/2

9.5

to 11.6

3.82

2.00

3,500

2

3/8

(100078013)

(114)

(14.1 to 17.2)

(97)

(51)

(24,100)

(60)

 

5

1/2

13

to 14

4.60

 

2,530

855.00520

(140)

(19.4 to 20.8)

(117)

(17,400)

 

855.01021

4

1/2

9.5

to 11.6

3.82

2.44

3,500

2

7/8

(100078024)

(114)

(14.1 to 17.2)

(97)

(62)

(24,100)

(73)

855.01010

 

13

to 14

4.60

2.46

2,530

(100159617)

(19.4 to 20.8)

(117)

(63)

(17,400)

3

1/2

855.01520

 

4.50

2.89

3,360

(89)

(101306414)

5

1/2

15.5 to 17.0 (23.1 to 25.3)

(114)

(73)

(23,200)

 

4

 

a

(140)

4.62

3.40

5,200

(102)

855.01956

 

(117)

(86)

(35,900)

 

855.01991

b

 

14

4.88

 

2,560

4

1/2

 

(20.8)

(124)

3.99

(17,600)

(114)

855.01988

   

5.87

(101)

3,200

(101270277)

 

7

17

to 23

(149)

(22,100)

5

1/2

855.02037

(178)

(25.3 to 34.2)

6.15

4.84

2,800

(140)

(101239414)

(156)

(123)

(19,300)

a Nonupset 8rd thread.

b Flush joint thread. Notes: These tools are available by special order only, in casing sizes 5 1/2 in. and smaller. Other sizes, threads, and pumpout pressures are available by request. Tubing threads are EUE 8rd, and casing threads are 8rd unless otherwise requested.

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