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OVERSHOT EXPANSION JOINT(OEJ) ASSEMBLY

OVERSHOT EXPANSION JOINT(OEJ) ASSEMBLY

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OVERSHOT EXPANSION JOINT(OEJ) ASSEMBLY

PARVEEN Overshot Expansion Joint (OEJ) Assembly is designed for applications where extreme tubing movements are expected due to stimulation or production of the well and when a tubing separation device is also required.The OEJ assembly is a one-trip system, which allows the well to be flanged up prior to setting the packer. The OEJ assembly incorporates a slick joint sub as well as housing - packing set including working seal units and a debris barrier above the working seals. The plain receptacle, housing - packing set and seals can be retrieved when the tubing string is recovered for maintenance or the entire completion can be retrieved by straight pull after ensuring that J-pin engaged with J-slot, thus allowing the packer to be retrieved.The OEJ assembly is available in varying lengths of up to 20 ft. stroke. Adjustable shear pins lock the inner & outer assembly together during run-in. Once the shear screw gets sheared by applying load, the outer assembly gets disengaged and it is free to move on the inner assembly, compensating for tubing movement.

Features:

  • One-trip required to run in and actuate
  • Available in stroke lengths up to 20 ft.
  • Debris barrier above the working seals
  • Seating nipple located at the upper end of the slick joint sub
  • Seals can be retrieved for redress
  • One-trip retrieval – J-pin J-slot assembly allows the entire completion to be retrieved with straight pick up of the tubing once engaged

Benefits:

  • No tubing manipulation required to set
  • One-trip system saves rig time
  • Seals can be retrieved for redress without removing packer

Applications:

  • Completions in which the packer is set after the well is flanged up

OVERSHOT EXPANSION JOINT(OEJ) ASSEMBLY


PARVEEN INDUSTRIES PVT LTD

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