Product - Coil Tubing System
Coil Tubing System

Photographic Overview

COIL TUBING PROTECTOR SHIELDS
THE COIL TUBING OR E-LINE
FROM SAND EROSION
DURING STIMULATIONS PERFORMED

Features

Details

Low Profile-Assesable

Main unit 38.1cm (15 in) high, overall wellhead structure at a reasonable height.

Protects and Shield Coil

 

Frac jobs can be pumped down annulus with Coil tubing or E-line left in the well

Works Efficiently For High Rates 

 

Furnished with two or four frac entries, 3 M3/min is the max rate per port for a combined max rate for unit is 12 M3/min

Parallel Fluid Entry Design

Coil block and deflector shield  are angled in parallel wich significantly reduces fluid disturbances and erosion

Deflector Has Large Bore

 

Deflector's bore is adequate to pass large down hole tools

Quick Deflector Removal

Deflector can be quickly removed and the unit coverted to a straight Buffalo Head for normal pumping

 Universal Sizes

Available for 114mm, 127mm, 139mm and 177mm, 10K or 15K applications 

Optional

 

Flow Back Though Main Block

Flow Back to testers at main block no spool or flow back block needed, shorten stack by 29" overall

High Impact Protective Coating

Screen coated with a special tungsten coating.  Has proven to be extremely resilient to sand ladden fluids.

Screen Fluid Entry Design

Screens defect fluid to side bore while catching debris protecting tubing from wear and tool down hole from contaminants

Full 7 1/16" Bore

Main bore is 7 1/16" with 70" sq mixing chamber adequate to pass large down hole tools.

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The IES Coil Header system is designed to shield and protect the coil tubing or e-line during frac pumping operations. The main Coil Buffalo Head is equipped with a durable deflector sleeve that shields the coil tubing from the pumping slurry. In addition the Buffalo Head may also be screened to prevent undesirable debris from being pumped downhole which could compromise the stage and/or the downhole mechanism of the packer equipment.