LANDING NIPPLE (Size: 2-3/8”, 2-7/8”, 3-1/2” and 4-1/2”)

SLIDING SLEEVE (Size: 2-7/8”, 3-1/2” and 4-1/2”)

A completion device that can be operated to provide a flow path between the production conduit and the annulus. Sliding sleeves incorporate a system of ports that can be opened or closed by a sliding component that is generally controlled and operated by a slickline tool string

XOVERS (Size: 2-3/8”, 2-7/8”, 3-1/2” and 4-1/2”)

It’s a tubular element with two different threaded connections. Flexible flowline crossing another pipe already laid on the seabed. NOTE The underlying pipe may be a steel pipe or another flexible pipe. It may be required to support the overlying pipe to prevent overbending or crushing of the new or existing pipes.


A mechanical barrier device typically with flexible, elastomeric sealing elements that can be run into a wellbore with a smaller initial outside diameter that then expands externally to seal the annulus between the liner and the previously installed casing string. Liner top packers are also called liner packers.

The Liner Top Packer is used as an isolation packer on the top of the liner system. It consists of a one-piece seal element with bonded metal back-up rings and is available with (XTS Top Packer) or without (ITS Top Packer) hold down slips.

LINER HANGER (Size: 5” & 7”)

A device used to attach or hang a liner from the internal wall of a previously set casing string. Conventional liner hangers are “hung” (connected to the last casing) by setting slips that grip against the inner wall of the previously set casing string. Expandable liner hangers are hung by external expansion of the hanger against the inner wall of the previously set casing string. Liner hangers are available in a range of sizes and specifications to suit a variety of completion conditions.

PUMP OUT PLUG (Size: 3-1/2” & 4-1/2”)

It is used as a tubing plugging device against which pressure is being applied in order to set Hydraulic Set Packers. This is made up with the tailpipe below the Packer to be set. A ball is dropped to run through the tubing and packer up to the ball seat, subsequently, the tubing is pressured up.


An improved pump down wipe plug has at least one tooth protruding from its bottom surface capable of engaging, dentingand penetrating the surface on which the plug comes in contact within the well. An improved process of cementing and drilling through a plug comprises inserting a pump down wipe plug having at least one tooth protruding from its bottom surface at the interface of wet cement and another fluid within the well, pumping the wet cement and the plug into position so that the tooth engages, dents and penetrates the surface below it, then when the cement has set, lowering a drill bit onto the plug and drilling the plug, the tooth or teeth retarding the tendency of the plug to rotate over the surface with which it is in contact thereby enhancing the drilling action of the drilling bit.


The Liner Plug (LWP) is a rubber wiping device used in liner hanger applications. Attached to the end of the liner hanger running tool, the LWP is launched upon recipe of the drill pipe wiper plug.

LANDING COLLAR (Size: 4-1/2” & 7”)


No-Go Locator provides a surface indication that the seal assembly is correctly positioned in the polished bore. These are typically used for applications in which it is necessary to prevent downward movement only. These are used in applications that allow tubing seals to float. The no-go locator allows retrieval by simple straight pull.


Spacer Tube is used to maintain the distance between the Top dress mill and Clean out blade mill as per TBR length


Seal Bore Extension can be run below a Production Seal Bore Packer. Seal Bore Extension is run to provide additional sealing bore when a long Locator Tubing Seal Assembly is run, to accommodate considerable tubing movement. The Seal Bore Extension has the same seal bore size as the corresponding Packer seal bore it is run with. Thus all seals of a long Seal Assembly seat off in the Seal Bore Extension.