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Downhole Cable Protector

Downhole Cable Protectors include two types: Cross Coupling Protectors (Clamps) and Mid Joint Protectors (Clamps), and each type can be divided into two classes according to different manufacturing processes: casing and punching. Petrosolutions-FZE designs and supplies diverse downhole control line and ESP cable protectors according to customer’s requirement

Cross Coupling Protector (Clamp)
  • ESP Cable
  • Subsurface safety valves control lines
  • Chemical injection line
  • Coiled tubing
  • Permanent Gauges
  • Intelligent Wells
  • Fibre Optics
Cross Coupling Protector (Casting)
  • Casing body to ensure strength and reliability
  • Smooth external share to avoid hanging up in wellbore
  • Optimized cable and line slots, considerate layout
  • One piece assembly with no loose fittings to fall downhole
  • Installation and demounting easily, reusable
Downhole Mid Joint Protectors (Clamps)
  • ESP Cable
  • Subsurface safety valves control lines
  • Chemical injection line
  • Coiled tubing
  • Permanent Gauges
  • Intelligent Wells
  • Fibre Optics
Mid Joint Protectors (Casting)
  • Casing body to ensure strength and reliability
  • Smooth external share to avoid hanging up in wellbore
  • Optimized cable and line slots, considerate lay out
  • One piece assembly with no loose fittings to fall downhole
  • Installation and demounting easily
  • Reusable
Mid Joint Protectors (Punching)
  • Light weight
  • Slick profile
  • Minimum drift
  • Rapid installation
  • High slip resistance
  • Reusable
Cross Coupling Protectors (Punching)
  • Compact and light, suitable any tube and coupling
  • Not restricted by the size of space between the casing and the tubing
  • With an -corrosion and excellent resistance, an -extrusion performance
  • Rapid installation and demounting
  • Reusable

Coiled Tubing

Petrosolutions Fze is also suppliers of high quality seamless and redrawn, seam-welded and redrawn coiled tubing which are made from corrosion-resistant austenitic, duplex, super duplex stainless steel and nickel alloy grades. 100% of products are used as hydraulic power control lines, chemical injection lines, alloy tubing in umbilicals and instrumentation tubing for the exploitation engineering in the upstream oil and gas industry.

Coiled tubing is available in sizes arrange from outer diameter 0.125 inch (3.175 millimeters) to 1 inch (25.4 millimeters). Wall thickness is up to 0.165 inch (3 millimeters). Lengths up to 32800 feet (10,000 meters) are available for cost-effective umbilical manufacturing. More sizes within the scope can be customized to be produced and delivered for meeting our Client special requirements.

As more oil and gas extractions move into deeper and harsher waters where extreme offshore environments demand extreme safety, our work is to help you use the “right” corrosion resistant material for coiled umbilical tubing to improve the safety and reliability of your work. This is the power for driving our innovations and continuous development.

Now Petrosolutions Fze is devoting its capability to bring global customers most cost-effective tubing products through ensuring a comprehensive supply guarantee regarding the complete value-added chain in tubing production and high performance in products and customer satisfaction.

Check and Bleeder Valves

A check valve is installed in the production tubing string, as usual two to three joints above the pump discharge, to Maintain a full column of fluid above the pump. Check valves intended to reduce the time necessary to raise the fluid from its static fluid level to the surface (pump-up time”). Normally, each time an ESP cycles off, the fluid falls back from the Surface to its static fluid level. When restart, it has to lift the fluid from its static point to the surface again. Holding the fluid in the tubing can eliminate this. In addition, when the fluid is falling back, it causes the de-energized pump to spin back
wards, which could result to the damage of the ESP if the power is applied during this period.

The use of a check valve should be as carefully as possible in gassy or high-GOR wells and wells that produce significant Solids. In a gassy well, when the unit shuts down, a gas cap can form under the check valve and be held there by the fluid Column above the valve. If the gas cap volume is large enough to extend down to or below the pump intake, the pump will be immediately gas locked and unable to pick up a prime. In case of the presence of the solids (especially sand) entrained in the production fluid and the ESP is shut down, the solids fall back in the production tubing and settle either on the check Valve or into the pump discharge, which could plug the tubing above the check valve or the pump.
A drain valve is installed in the production tubing string, above the check valve, to maintain a full column of fluid above The pump drain valves intended to reduce the time necessary to raise the tubing column to the surface (“pump-up time”). Drain valve enables fluid drainage from the tubing during the ESP pull out. To select an accurate drain valve design it is Required to address the following parameters: tubing OD and thread type.