It is used with casing.
- Non API rated
- Customized blades consist of carbon fiber ceramic material bonded directly onto customer's casing
- Blade geometry and spacing designed to fit specific well applications
- Can be installed on any grade of pipe including CRA alloys
- Patented bonding process helps assure a strong mechanical bond with high adhesion value
- Provides centralization option for close tolerance wellbores
- Provides smooth, uninterrupted fluid flow during mud circulation and cement placement due to the absence of any banded product placed around the casing; Helps enable full-coverage cement slurry distribution Composite material exhibits extreme abrasion and impact resistance
- Ideal for deviated sections of borehole as material combined with the upset edge of the blade geometry provides a low coefficient of friction
- Field proven technology
- Blade material is inert and thus is CO2 and H2S resistant
- A high thermal degradation temperature and excellent impact resistance at -25°F (-32°C)
- Successfully used in both conventional and slim profile wells
- Blade applications are usually performed in a Halliburton facility or in a pipe yard where customer's pipe is stored. Field location installations are also available.
Source : https://www.halliburton.com/en-US/ps/cementing/casing-equipment/casing-attachments/protech-molded-composite-attachments.html
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