The on-off tool connects to or disconnects from a sucker rodstring, at any point, based on the location of the tool in the rodstring. The tool is attached directly to the rodstring where the operator wishes to make the disconnection. The tool is then disconnected by turning the rodstring and picking up. The tool is connected by setting down weight on the bottom latch section and rotating the rodstring in the latch direction. A stripping job occurs when an operator must pull the tubing and rods simultaneously, usually as a result of inability to unseat the downhole pump.
SUCKER ROD PRESSURE CONTROL EQUIPMENT
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Don-Nan On-Off Tool
Wells may flow naturally when they are first completed, but at some point a pump will be added to aid in production. That pump can be of a few different types, but the most common variety is going to be mechanical lift. The majority of wells produce small amounts and use mechanical lift as an economical and reliable way to increase production. There are three general parts to a mechanical lift: the prime mover at the wellhead, the pump downhole, and the rod string that connects the two.
Anti-stripping sucker rod is used for eliminates sucker rod radial twist and avoid the sucker rod stripping. Tech parameter. Main structure.