Power Suction Tool
With our clean-out solutions we can remove the unwanted by-products associated with oil and gas production such as sand, scale, mud etc. Well Cleaner Power Suction Tool (PST) is the ideal choice for removal of loose debris in the well. Using high-rate fluid circulation, the Well Cleaner PST agitates the debris and captures it in bailers within the tool.
To keep production optimized, periodic interventions should be performed to remove this debris. Running on e-line, our modular clean-out tools have proven to be highly effective in maintaining and restoring production across diverse environments including horizontal wells.
We offer a number of versions so we can address any kind of debris or environment.
Well Cleaner PST.
Runs independently in vertical wells or with the Well Tractor® to provide clean-out solutions in horizontal and extended reach wells.
Well Cleaner PST High Flow (HF).
With the Well Cleaner PST HF you get maximum flow velocity output from the tool. The tool is suited very well for running in the horizontal where debris is lying on low side. The high flow will be able to bring debris ahead of the nozzle into suspension and pull it into the bailers.
Well Cleaner PST High Vacuum (HV).
Maximizes the drawdown force thereby increasing the ability to recover heavier pieces of debris. It is very well suited for being run in vertical wells where the debris can come in close contact with the generated flow by tagging debris with the nozzle. If there is sediment on top of the debris and this clogs up the nozzle then the increased suction may clear the clogged nozzle.
Well Cleaner PST Large Drawdown (LD).
An effective combination of the HV and HF versions. It is optimized to recover the largest payload over a wide range of debris sizes and types.
|Tool OD||2 1/8" 4 1/4"|
|Length||21.6 ft 31.8 ft|
|Weight in air||172 lbs 588 lbs|
|Completion ID range||2.2" 12.6”|
|Bailer volume||1.9 gals. Up to 21 gals. /with 7 bailers/|
|Max. well pressure||20,000 psi 25,000 psi|
|Max. well temperature||302°F 338°F|
|Tensile strength||24,000 lbs 65,000 lbs|
|Compressive strengh||50,000 lbs 65,000 lbs|
|*||Dependent upon configuration|