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EXAMPLE OF

DOWNHOLE COMPLETION EQUIPMENT

 Packer Systems
- Permanent packers
- Retrievable packers

 Flow control systems:


- Sur-Set Flow Control System
- F and R Flow Control System
- Sliding Sleeves

 Safety systems:
- Tubing Retrievable Safety Valves
- Wireline Retrievable Safety Valves

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Completions and Production

Packer Systems
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Material Selection

Material Selection
Baker Hughes’ equipment is offered in various material configurations Severely corrosive CO2 and H2S–nickel alloys such as 825, 925 and
for a variety of well conditions. Baker Hughes employs leaders in the 718 at strength levels of 110 ksi minimum yield strength and higher
field of metallurgy and polymer chemistry to ensure superior material Severely corrosive CO2, H2S and free sulfur–nickel alloys such as
recommendations are made to our customers. 625 Plus, 725 and, less frequently, C-276 at strength levels of 120 ksi
minimum yield strength and higher
For corrosive wells, Baker Hughes' corrosion metallurgists and polymer
scientists are available to provide expert material recommendations. To For equipment required to perform a temporary function and then
provide the most cost-effective recommendations, the well environment allow quick removal by drilling or milling, an additional group of
data form has been developed to aid in gathering the necessary well data. materials is used:
Cast iron
The following alloys and groups of alloys are currently the most Reinforced polymer-based composites
common materials used for the construction of packers and
related equipment: Besides the more common materials, Baker Hughes manufactures
Standard, non-corrosive service–low alloy steels (e.g. 4140) with packers and related equipment from other materials when raw material
mechanical properties compatible with API P110 tubulars availability, quantities, delivery schedules, etc., permit. Example alloys
Non-corrosive service containing H2S–low alloy steels (e.g. NACE include 316L austenitic, 22 Cr duplex, 25 Cr duplex, 25 Cr super duplex,
MR0175 compliant 4140) with mechanical properties compatible alloy 20Cb3, 28 Cr super austenitic, K-500 Monel, alloy 2025, alloy
with API L80 tubulars 2535, alloy 2550, alloy G-3 and others.
Corrosive CO2 service with little or no H2S–Martensitic and PH
stainless steels (e.g. 9Cr, 13Cr, 17-4PH, alloy 450, Super 13Cr) with
mechanical properties that vary from 80 ksi to 110 ksi minimum yield
strength; the selection of the specific corrosion-resistant alloy(s)
depends on the environment (pH, chlorides, temperature, H2S, etc.,)
and strength requirements

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Material Selection

Elastomer Selection
Ideally, seal materials have high strength and resiliency, and remain
a chevron- or v-ring-type seal stack.
unaffected by thermal or chemical environments. However, there is no
single material that offers adequate levels of these characteristics for
V-ring seal stacks can tolerate movement while holding high
all downhole applications. Effective sealing in downhole environments
pressures, providing they are always contained within a sealbore.
often requires a combination of materials to form a seal system.
Therefore, while holding differential pressure, they must remain in the
Several sets of identical seal systems can be combined to create a seal
sealbore. Selecting the most appropriate seal stack can be simplified
stack with redundant seals. Choosing the optimum seal stack requires
by referring to the seal stack service matrix shown below.
knowledge of the application and downhole conditions.
Selecting the most appropriate seal stack can be simplified by referring
Bonded seals are used in applications that require seals to be to the seal stack service matrix shown below. For additional information
repeatedly inserted into and removed from the sealbore while holding regarding packer to tubing seal systems, ask your Baker Hughes
differential pressure. This action is known as unloading. Bonded seals representative for a copy of the following:
are composed of high-strength elastomers, usually nitrile or Viton™, “What to Consider When Designing Downhole Seals,” reprinted from
which have limited operational capabilities. World Oil magazine
“Factors and Conditions Which Cause Seal Assemblies Used in
Applications beyond the capabilities of bonded seals require more Downhole Environments to Get Stuck,” Engineering Tech Data™
inert elastomers. Generally, these premium elastomeric materials Paper Number CS007
have lower resistance to extrusion than nitrile or Viton* and require “Metal-to-Metal Sealing in Hostile Environment Completion
the protection of a containment system to prevent failures. Equipment,” Engineering Tech Data Paper Number CS002
Sealing systems using contained premium elastomers are offered as

SELECTION GUIDE
Packer-to-Tubing Packing Unit
Pressure Differential Environmental Compatibility ✸
Temp. Range
Non-Unloading Unloading High pH
Seal Type Oil Base Light Brine Bromide Amine
H2S Completion
PSI MPa PSI MPa °F °C Completion Completion Completion Inhibitors
pH > 10

Nitrile
10,000 68.9 NO NO 32-300 0-149 NO OK OK CaBr2 /NaBr2
Chevron NO
OK to 250°F pH >10
70 Hard Nitrile OK
5,000 34.4 5,000 34.4 32-200 0-93 NO OK OK
Bonded to 200°F
ZnBr2 OK to 250°F
90 Hard Nitrile NO pH <10
10,000 68.9 5,000 34.4 32-300 0-149 NO OK OK
Bonded
95 Hard Viton OK
10,000 68.9 5,000 34.4 32-250 0-121 5% OK OK OK NO
Bonded to 200°F
CaBr2 /NaBr2
OK to 250°F

HN-Ryte 10,000 68.9 NO NO 32-350 0-177 2% OK OK OK OK
ZnBr2
NO
32-300 0-149 15% OK
V-Ryte™ 15,000 103.3 NO NO OK OK OK NO
32-400 0-204 5% to 200°F

80-300 27-149 20%


A-Ryte™ 15,000 103.3 NO NO NO OK OK OK OK
80-450 27-232 7%
80-300 27-149 20%
A-HEET™ 15,000 103.3 NO NO NO OK OK OK OK
80-450 27-232 15%

K-Ryte 15,000 103.3 NO NO 100-450 38-232 7% OK OK OK OK OK
K-HEET™ 15,000 103.3 NO NO 100-550 38-288 ■ OK OK OK OK OK
Seal-Ryte™ 15,000 103.3 NO NO 40-450 4-232 7% OK OK OK OK OK
Seal-HEET™ 15,000 103.3 NO NO 40-450 4-232 ■ OK OK OK OK OK
R-Ryte™ 10,000 68.9 NO NO 325-450 ● 163-232 7% OK OK OK OK OK
Molyglass 10,000 68.9 NO NO 125-300 52-149 15% OK OK OK OK OK

✸ Explosive decompression is chemical and mechanical in nature related to solubility of gas in elastomer and strength of that elastomer. Under rapid decompression,
the elastomeric seals in these units may be susceptible to explosive decompression, however, explosive decompression does not occur while seals are in service.
● Refer to Baker Hughes' packer systems technical manual, Unit No. 8218-3, for complete temperature range information.
■ There are no known H2S limitations below 500°F (260°C).
*Viton is a registered trademark of Dupont.

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PERMANENT PACKER SELECTION
Setting Method
Product Wireline/ No Mandrel
Product Application Single Bore Alternate Bore
Family No. Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydrostatic Movement
Setting Tool
Signature D H43210 and H43211 x x
H41505, H41525
D, DB x x
and H41513
H41514, H41508,
DA, DAB x x
H41526 and H41503
H41306,H41308
F-1, FB-1 x x
andH41340
FA, FA-1, H41309, H41307,
x x
FAB, FAB-1 H41309 and H41341
FB-3 H41350 x x
SB-3 H40906 x x
SAB-3, H40907,
x x
SABL-3 H40908
SABL-4 H40921 x x
SB-3H H40932 x x
Granite H40934 x x x x

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Permanent Packer Systems

D and DB Retainer Production Packers


Product Family Nos. H41505, H41525 and H41513
APPLICATION
Baker Hughes’ high-performance and versatile D™ and DB™ retainer
production packers are considered industry standards among permanent
production packers.

Advantages
Proven reliability
Slim-line design
Solid construction enables 50% faster run-in without fear
of impact damage or premature setting, making significant
rig-time savings possible
Two opposed sets of full-circle, full-strength slips ensure
packer will remain properly set
Packing element resists swab-off and packs off securely
when packer is set
Unique interlocking, expandable, metal backup rings
contact casing, creating a positive barrier to packing
element extrusion
Aflas packing element available in select casing-
weight ranges

Additional Information
The D and DB retainer production packers are also frequently used as
a permanent squeeze or testing packer or as a permanent or temporary
bridge plug.

DB Retainer Production Packer


with B Guide for Mill-Out Extension
Product Family No. H41505

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SPECIFICATION GUIDE
D™ and DB™ Retainer Production Packer, Product Family Nos. H41505, H41525 and H41513
Casing Packer ✸ Seal Assembly ● Casing Packer ✸ Seal Assembly ●
Diameter of Min Bore Diameter of Min Bore
OD Weight ■ Max OD OD Weight ■ Max OD
Size ▲ Sealing Bore Size Thru Seals ‡ Size s Sealing Bore Size Thru Seals ‡
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm in. mm in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm in. mm
17.0–18.9 19–25 3.475 88.2 126–38 3.875 98.4 120–38 2.468 62.6
2.500 63.5 20–25 1.865 47.3 36–49 7.125 180.9
15.1–17.0 21–25 3.562 90.4 126–40 4.000 101.6 80–40 2.985 75.8
8-5/8 219.0
21–19 1.312 33.3 128–38 3.875 98.4 120–38 2.468 62.6
11.6–15.1 22–19 3.593 91.2 1.968 49.9 24–36 7.500 190.5
4-1/2 20/40–19 .984 24.9 128–40 4.000 101.6 80–40 2.985 75.8
114.3 192–47 3.875 98.4
◆ 40/80–26 1.968 49.9
10.5–13.5 23–26 3.750 95.2 2.688 68.2 194–47 4.750 120.6 190–47 3.000 76.2
41/81–26 1.750 44.4
191–47 2.500 63.5
21–19 1.312 33.3 9-5/8 244.4 36–53.5 8.125 206.3
9.5–11.6 24–19 3.812 96.8 1.968 49.9 194–40 4.000 101.6 80–40 2.985 75.8
20/40–19 .984 24.9 60/80–32 2.406 61.1
194–32 3.250 82.5
40/80–26 1.968 49.9 61/81–32 1.990 50.5
32–26 2.688 68.2
41/81–26 1.750 44.4 192–47 3.875 98.4
194–47 4.750 120.6 190–47 3.000 76.2
18–21.4 32–25 3.968 100.7 2.500 63.5 20–25 1.865 47.3
191–47 2.500 63.5
21–19 1.312 33.3 9-7/8 250.1 62.8 8.125 206.3
5 127.0 32–19 1.968 49.9 194–40 4.000 101.6 80–40 2.985 75.8
20/40–19 .984 24.9 60/80–32 2.406 61.1
194–32 3.250 82.5
40/80–26 1.968 49.9 61/81–32 1.990 50.5
34–26 2.688 68.2 3.000 76.2
11.5–13 4.250 107.9 41/81–26 1.750 44.4 190–47
212–47 4.750 120.6 191–47 or 2.500 63.5
34–25 2.500 63.5 20–25 1.865 47.3
21–19 1.312 33.3 192–47 3.875 98.4
60.7–79.2 9.000 228.6
23–26.8 34–19 4.250 107.9 1.968 49.9 2.406 61.1
20/40–19 .984 24.9 80–32 or
212–32 3.250 82.5
40/80–26 1.968 49.9 10-3/4 81–32 1.990 50.5
42–26 2.688 68.2 ⊕∆
273.0
41/81–26 1.750 44.4 190–47 3.000 76.2
20–23 4.328 109.9
21–19 1.312 33.3 214–47 4.750 120.6 191–47 or 2.500 63.5
5-1/2 139.7 42–19 1.968 49.9
20/40–19 .984 24.9 32.75–60.7 9.437 239.7 192–47 3.875 98.4
40/80–26 1.968 49.9 80–32 or 2.406 61.1
44–26 2.688 68.2 214–32 3.250 82.5
41/81–26 1.750 44.4 81–32 1.990 50.5
14–17 4.500 114.3 3.000 76.2
21–19 1.312 33.3 190–47
44–19 1.968 49.9 220–47 4.750 120.6 191–47 or 2.500 63.5
20/40–19 .984 24.9 11-3/4
298.4 42–60 10.437 265.1 192–47 3.875 98.4
60/80–32 2.406 61.1 ⊕∆
24–32 81–32 5.350 135.8 80–32 or 2.406 61.1
61/81–32 1.990 50.5 220–32 3.250 82.5
3.250 82.5 81–32 1.990 50.5
60/80–32 2.406 61.1 230–60 6.000 152.4 190–60 4.875 123.8
82–32
61/81–32 1.990 50.5 3.000 76.2
20–32 5.468 138.8 190–47
40/80–26 1.968 49.9 230–47 4.750 120.6 191–47 or 2.500 63.5
6-5/8 168.2 82–26 2.688 68.2 61–102 11.562 293.6
41/81–26 1.750 44.4 192–47 3.875 98.4
60/80–32 2.406 61.1 80–32 or 2.406 61.1
84–32 3.250 82.5 230–32 3.250 82.5
61/81–32 1.990 50.5 13-3/8 81–32 1.990 50.5
20 5.687 144.4 ⊕∆
339.7
40/80–26 1.968 49.9 240–60 6.000 152.4 190–60 4.875 123.8
84–26 2.688 68.2
41/81–26 1.750 44.4 190–47 3.000 76.2
240–47 12.000 304.8 4.750 120.6 191–47 or 2.500 63.5
42/62–30 2.375 60.3 48–72
53.60–57.10 64–30 4.937 125.40 3.000 76.2 192–47 3.875 98.4
40/60–30 1.970 50.0
80–32 or
60/80–32 2.406 61.1 240–32 3.250 82.5 2.406 61.1
38–46.4 81–32 5.350 135.8 81–32
61/81–32 1.990 50.5
3.250 82.5
60/80–32 2.406 61.1
✸ For information on packer accessory sizes not found in the specification guide,
82–32 refer to Baker Hughes' packer systems technical manual or contact your
61/81–32 1.990 50.5
32–42.7 5.468 138.8 Baker Hughes representative
40/80–26 1.968 49.9
82–26 2.688 68.2
41/81–26 1.750 44.4 ● Tubing-seal assemblies, tubing-seal and spacer nipples
60/80–32 2.406 61.1 ■ Includes some drillpipe and line-pipe weights
7 177.8 84–32 3.250 82.5
23–32 5.687 144.4
61/81–32 1.990 50.5 ▲ When proposed for use in other than the casing weight shown, contact your
40/80–26 1.968 49.9 Baker Hughes representative
84–26 2.688 68.2
41/81–26 1.750 44.4 ‡ Minimum bore applicable to standard G, E and K seal assemblies only; not
60/80–32 2.406 61.1
20–29 86–32 5.875 149.2 3.250 82.5 applicable to L, M and N seal assemblies with K-RYTE and R-RYTE seals which may
61/81–32 1.990 50.5
60/80–32 2.406 61.1
have reduced IDs
88–32 3.250 82.5 ◆ In 4-1/2-in. (114.3 mm) OD 11.6 lb/ft and heavier casing, the size 20 wireline
61/81–32 1.990 50.5
17–20 6.187 157.1 pressure setting assembly is too large and the size 10 assembly must be used.
40/80–26 1.968 49.9
88–26 2.688 68.2
41/81–26 1.750 44.4 In 4-1/2-in. (114.3 mm) 9.5 and 10.5 lb/ft casing, either the size 10 or 20 assembly
60/80–32 2.406 61.1 may be used.
45.3–51.2 86–32 5.875 149.2 3.250 82.5
61/81–32 1.990 50.5 ⊕ Packers for sizes 10-3/4-in. (273.0 mm) and larger casing should be run and set
60/80–32 2.406 61.1 on a hydraulic setting tool. Product Family Nos. H41370, H41371, H741372, H41570,
88–32 3.250 82.5
61/81–32 1.990 50.5
33.7–39 6.187 157.1 H41572, H41574 or H43712
40/80–26 1.968 49.9
7-5/8 193.6 88–26 2.688 68.2 ∆ Packers for these sizes of casing are also available with other size seal bores on
41/81–26 1.750 44.4
60/80–32 2.406 61.1
special order.
92–32 3.250 82.5
61/81–32 1.990 50.5
24–33.7 6.375 161.9
40/80–26 1.968 49.9
92–26 2.688 68.2
41/81–26 1.750 44.4
60/80–32 2.406 61.1
88–32 3.250 82.5
61/81–32 1.990 50.5
7-3/4 196.9 46.1–48.6 6.187 157.1
40/80–26 1.968 49.9
88–26 2.688 68.2
41/81–26 1.750 44.4

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Permanent Packer Systems

DA and DAB Retainer Production Packers


Product Family Nos. H41514, H41508, H41526 and H41503
APPLICATION
The DA™ retainer production packer provides all the versatility and
high-performance characteristics of the D but with a larger sealing
bore at the upper end. It’s frequently used in complex multiple-string
completions or when large tubing is run and it is necessary to maintain
clearance through the packer. The DA is also used when the
seal nipple is required to be compatible with the tubing ID.

Advantages
Slim-line design
Solid construction enables 50% faster run-in without fear
of impact damage or premature setting, making significant
rig-time savings possible
Two opposed sets of full-circle, full-strength slips ensure
packer will remain properly set
Packing element resists swab-off and packs off securely
when packer is set
Unique interlocking, expandable, metal backup rings
contact casing, creating a positive barrier to packing
element extrusion
Typically has increased rating over similar size D or DB
packer, when accessory seals are landed in alternate bore
Aflas packing element is available in select casing
weight ranges

Additional Information
The DAB™ packer’s threaded (box or pin) bottom guide differentiates
it from the DA. This DAB guide can be specified for acceptance of a
mill-out extension, seal-bore extension or virtually any component
desired. DA packers and their guides can also be ordered separately
by those interested in maximum inventory flexibility.

Accessories
Packer plugging devices; packer sealing systems; packer extensions;
parallel flow systems

DAB Retainer Production Packer


with B Guide for Mill-Out Extension
Product Family No. H41508

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SPECIFICATION GUIDE
DA™ Retainer Production Packer, Product Family Nos. H41503, H41508, H41514 and H41526
Packer Sealing Bore
Casing Packer ▲
Upper Lower ▼
Seal Min Bore Seal Min Bore
OD Weight ● Max OD Seal Bore Seal Bore ‡
Size ■ Assembly Thru Seals ∆ Assembly Thru Seals ∆
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm Size ◆ in. mm in. mm Size ◆ in. mm
11.6–15.1 3.593 91.2 22DA25 21–19 1.312 33.3
4-1/2 ✸ 114.3 2.500 63.5 20DA25 1.875 47.6 1.968 49.9 or or or
9.5–11.6 3.812 96.8 24DA25 20/40–19 0.984 24.9
20–23 4.328 109.9 42DA32 40DA/
5-1/2 139.7 3.250 82.5 2.500 63.5 2.688 68.2 40/80–26 1.968 49.9
14–17 4.500 114.3 44DA32 SA32
20–32 5.468 138.8 82DA40 60/80–32 2.406 61.1
80DA/
6-5/8 168.2 4.000 101.6 3.250 82.5 3.250 82.5 or or or
20 5.687 144.4 84DA40 SA40
61/81–32 1.990 50.5
60DA36 3.000 76.2 42/62–30 2.375 60.3
53.6–57.1 4.937 125.4 64DA36 3.625 92.0 or or or 3.000 76.2 or or or
61DA36 2.875 73.0 40/60–30 1.968 49.9
7 177.8 32–42.7 5.468 138.8 82DA40 60/80–32 2.406 61.1
80DA/
23–32 5.687 144.4 84DA40 4.000 101.6 3.250 82.5 3.250 82.5 or or or
SA40
17–20 6.187 157.1 88DA40 61/81–32 1.990 50.5

33.7–39 6.187 157.1 88DA40 60/80–32 2.406 61.1


80DA/
7-5/8 193.6 4.000 101.6 3.250 82.5 3.250 82.5 or or or
24–33.7 6.375 161.9 92DA40 SA40
61/81–32 1.990 50.5
60/80–32 2.406 61.1
80DA/
7-3/4 196.9 46.1–48.6 6.187 157.1 88DA40 4.000 101.6 3.250 82.5 3.250 82.5 or or or
SA40
61/81–32 1.990 50.5
36–49 7.125 180.9 126DA47 82FA47 ⊕ 4.000 101.6
8-5/8 219.0 4.750 120.6 or or or 3.875 98.4 120–38 2.468 82.5
24–36 7.500 190.5 128DA47 81FA47 3.875 98.4
192–47 3.875 98.4
9-5/8 244.4 36–53.5 8.125 206.3 194DA60 6.000 152.4 190DA60 4.875 123.8 4.750 120.6 190–47 3.000 76.2
191–47 2.500 63.5
192–47 3.875 98.4
9-7/8 250.1 62.8 8.125 206.3 194DA60 6.000 152.4 190DA60 4.875 123.8 4.750 120.6 190–47 3.000 76.2
191–47 2.500 63.5
✸ In 4-1/2-in. (114.3 mm) OD 11.6 lb and heavier casing the size 20 wireline pressure setting assembly is too large and the size 10 WLPSA MUST BE USED.
In 4-1/2-in. (114.3 mm) OD 9.5 and 10.5 casing, either the size 10 or 20 WLPSA may be used.
● Includes some drillpipe and line pipe weights
■ When proposed for us in other than the casing-weight range shown contact your Baker Hughes representative
▲ For information on packer or accessory sizes not found in this specification guide refer to Baker Hughes' packer systems technical manual or your
Baker Hughes representative
‡ The maximum OD (including tolerance) of any part run through a production packer should be at least 1/16-in. (1.59 mm) smaller than the minimum bore through
the packer body. This may occassionally require that the coupling ODs be turned down.
◆ Tubing seal assemblies, tubing seal and spacer nipples
▼ Lower bore can be utilized as a seal bore. HOWEVER, strict dimensional analysis for compatibility of packer bore/seal accessory configuration is required to assure desired
performance. Compatibility is based on lower bore/seal nipple diametrical dimensions only. Final seating position of locating shoulder will vary between packer sizes. Anchor
mechanisms are not recommended.
⊕ Accessory size 82FA47 replaces both previous sizes 80FA47 and 120DA47
∆ ID listed is for commonly used G-22™, E-22™ and K-22™ seal assemblies.

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Permanent Packer Systems

F-1 and FB-1 Retainer Production Packers


Product Family Nos. H41306, H41308 and H41340
APPLICATION
Baker Hughes F-1™ and FB-1™ retainer production packers are the big-bore versions of the high-performing
D retainer production packer. They feature the largest bore through any drillable packer. In the FB-1 version, a
mill-out extension, seal-bore extension or other component can be run below the packer.

Advantages
Slim-line design
Solid construction enables 50% faster run in without fear of impact damage or premature setting,
making significant rig-time savings possible
Two opposed sets of full-circle, full-strength slips ensure packer will remain properly set
Packing element resists swab off and packs off securely when packer is set
Unique interlocking, expandable, metal backup rings contact casing, creating a positive barrier
to packing element extrusion
Aflas packing element is available in select casing-weight ranges

Additional Information
F-1 guides can also be ordered separately by those interested in maximum inventory flexibility.

Additional Information FB-1 Retainer Production Packer


Packer plugging devices; packer sealing systems; packer extensions with B Guide for Mill-Out Extension
Product Family No. H41308

SPECIFICATION GUIDE
Casing Packer ▲ Seal Assembly ●
OD Weight ✸ Max OD Seal Bore ◆ Min Bore Thru Seals ⊕
Size ‡ Size
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm in. mm
11.6–15.1 22–23 3.593 91.2 20–23 1.703 43.2
4-1/2 ■ 114.3 2.390 60.7
9.5–11.6 24–23 3.718 94.4 21–23 1.807 45.9
24.1 22–23 3.593 91.2 20–23 1.703 43.2
5 127.0 2.390 60.7
21.4–24.1 24–23 3.718 94.4 21–23 1.807 45.9
20–23 43–30 4.437 112.7 42/62–30 2.375 60.3
5-1/2 139.7 14–17 45–30 4.562 115.8 3.000 76.2 or or or
14 47–30 4.750 120.6 40/60–30 1.970 50.0
20-24 83–40 5.687 144.4
6-5/8 168.2 4.000 101.6 80–40 2.985 75.8
17 85–40 5.875 149.2
32–38 83–40 5.687 144.4
26–32 85–40 5.875 149.2
7 177.8 4.000 101.6 80–40 2.985 75.8
20–23 87–40 6.000 152.4
17–20 89–40 ▼ 6.250 158.7
33.7–42.8 89–40 ▼ 6.250 158.7
7-5/8 193.6 4.000 101.6 80–40 2.985 75.8
24–33.7 91–40 ▼ 6.500 165.1
7-3/4 196.9 46.1–48.6 89–40 6.250 158.7 4.000 101.6 80–40 2.985 75.8
40–58.4 192–60 8.218 208.4
9-5/8 244.4 6.000 152.4 190–60 4.875 123.8
36–47 194–60 8.438 214.3
9-7/8 250.1 62.8 192–60 8.218 208.4 6.000 152.4 190–60 4.875 123.8
13-3/8 339.7 61–72 240–93 11.625 295.2 9.375 238.1 240–93 7.995 203.0

✸ Includes some drillpipe and line pipe weights


● Tubing-seal assemblies, tubing seal and spacer nipples
■ In 4-1/2-in. (114.3 mm) OD 11.6 lb and heavier casing the size 20 wireline pressure-setting assembly is too large and the size 10 WLPSA MUST BE USED. In 4-1/2-in.
(114.3 mm) OD 9.5 and 10.5 lb casing, either the size 10 or 20 WLPSA may be used.
▲ For information on packer or accessory sizes not found in this specification guide refer to Baker Hughes' packer systems technical manual or your
Baker Hughes representative
‡ When proposed for use in other than the casing-weight range shown contact your Baker Hughes representative
◆ The maximum OD (including tolerance) of any part run through a production packer should be at least 1/16-in. (1.59 mm) smaller than the minimum bore through
the packer body. This may occasionally require that the coupling ODs be turned down.
▼ Size 89–40 and 91–40 packers can be ordered with a lower pressure rating and an enlarged 4.400-in. (111.8 mm) inch seal-bore diameter.
⊕ ID listed is for commonly used G-22™ E-22™ seal assemblies.
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FA, FAB, FA-1 and FAB-1


Retainer Production Packers
Product Family Nos. H41307, H41309 and H41341
APPLICATION
The FA-1™ retainer production packer is the big-bore version of the
widely used Baker Hughes DA packer. The FA-1 features an extended
upper body that accommodates a larger upper sealbore. This results in
the largest possible ID through the accessory and the packer. The FA-1
is available in smaller sizes (see specification guide), such as the FA™,
which has the body-lock ring and setting sleeve on the packer’s
lower end.

The FAB™ and the FAB-1™ retainer production packers provide a


threaded bottom guide for attachment of a mill-out extension,
seal-bore extension or other component below the packer.

Advantages
Slim-line design
Solid construction enables 50% faster run-in without fear
of impact damage or premature setting, making significant
rig-time savings possible
Two opposed sets of full-circle, full-strength slips ensure
packer will remain properly set
Packing element resists swab-off and packs off securely
when packer is set
Unique interlocking, expandable, metal backup rings
contact casing, creating a positive barrier to packing
element extrusion
Largest possible bore through packer with accessory seals
in alternate bore
Typically has rating greater than similar size F-1 or FB-1
when accessory seals are landed in alternate bore
Aflas packing element is available in select casing
weight ranges

Additional Information
FA-1 packers and their guides can also be ordered separately by those
interested in maximum inventory flexibility.

Additional Information
Packer plugging devices; packer sealing systems; packer extensions;
parallel flow systems

FA-1 Retainer Production Packer


with B Guide for Mill-Out Extension
Product Family No. H41309
Aflas is a registered trademark of Asahi Glass of Japan.

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SPECIFICATION GUIDES
FA™ and FAB™ Retainer Production Packer, Product Family Nos. H41302 and H41305
Casing Packer ■ Packer Sealing Bore
Upper Lower ⊕
OD Weight ✸ Max OD Seal Min Bore Min Bore
Size ● Seal Bore Seal Bore ◆ Accessory
Assembly Thru Seals ✧ Thru Seals ✧
Size ▼
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm Size ▼ in. mm in. mm in. mm
2-3/8 60.3 4.6–5.1 023FA12 1.750 44.4 1.250 31.7 020FA12 0.750 19.0 - - - - -
2-7/8 73.0 6.4–6.5 028FA18 2.220 56.3 1.875 47.6 020FA18 1.250 31.7 1.250 31.7 020FA12 0.750 19.0
12.7–13.3 033FA20 2.562 65.0
3-1/2 88.9 2.062 52.3 030FA20 1.421 34.9 1.531 28.8 030FA15 1.000 25.4
7.7–9.3 035FA20 2.765 70.2
12.6–14 13FA25 ‡ 3.062 77.7
4 101.6 2.500 63.5 11FA25 1.875 47.6 1.875 47.6 11–18 1.000 25.4
9.5–11.6 15FA25 ‡ 3.187 80.9
11.6–15.1 22FA30 3.609 91.6 21–23 1.807 45.9
4-1/2 ∆ 114.3 3.000 76.2 20FA/SA30 2.390 60.7 2.390 60.7 or or or
9.5–11.6 24FA30 3.718 94.4
20–23 1.703 43.2
5 127.0 See FA-1 Specification Guide
40FA/SA36 42/62–30 2.375 60.3
5-1/2 139.7 20–23.8 43FA36 4.437 112.7 3.625 92.0 or 3.000 76.2 3.000 76.2
40/60–30 1.970 50.0
60DA36

See FA-1 Specification Guide for sizes 5-in. (127.0 mm) 15–21 lb/ft and larger, ID casing.

FA-1™ and FAB-1™ Retainer Production Packer, Product Family Nos. H41307 and H41309
Casing Packer ■ Packer Sealing Bore
Upper Lower ⊕
OD Weight ✸ Max OD Seal Min Bore Min Bore
Size Seal Bore Seal Bore ◆ Accessory
Assembly Thru Seals ✧ Thru Seals ✧
Size ▼
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm Size ▼ in. mm in. mm in. mm
5 127.0 15–20.8 32FA30 3.968 100.7 3.000 76.2 20FA/SA30 2.390 60.7 2.500 63.5 20–25 1.865 47.3
32.3–35.3 32FA30 3.968 100.7 3.000 76.2 20FA/SA30 2.390 60.7 2.500 63.5 20–25 1.865 47.3
40FA/SA36
14–17 45FA36 4.562 115.8 or 3.000 76.2
60DA36 42/62–30 2.375 60.3
5-1/2 139.7
3.625 92.0 or 3.000 76.2 or or or
41FA/SA36 40/60 1.970 50.0
13–14 47FA36 4.750 120.6 or 2.875 73.0
61DA36
20–24 83FA47 5.687 144.4 82FA47 4.000 101.6
6-5/8 168.2 4.750 120.6 or or or 4.000 101.6 80–40 2.985 75.8
17 85FA47 5.875 149.2 81FA47 3.875 98.4

32–38 83FA47 5.687 144.4 82FA47 4.000 101.6


26–32 85FA47 5.875 149.2 4.750 120.6 or or or 4.000 101.6 80–40 2.985 75.8
7 177.8 81FA47 3.875 98.4
20–23 87FA47 6.000 152.4
17–20 89FA52 6.250 158.7 5.250 133.3 80FA/SA52 4.462 113.3 4.400 111.7 80–44 3.484 88.4
33.7–42.8 89FA52 6.250 158.7
7-5/8 193.6 5.250 133.3 80FA/SA52 4.462 113.3 4.400 111.7 80–44 3.484 88.4
24–33.7 91FA52 6.500 165.1
7-3/4 196.9 45.1–48.6 89FA52 6.250 158.7 5.250 133.3 80FA/SA52 4.462 113.3 4.400 111.7 80–44 3.484 88.4
9-5/8 244.4 36–47 194FA75 8.438 214.3 7.500 190.5 190FA75 6.031 153.1 6.000 152.4 190–60 4.875 123.8
10-3/4 273.0 60.7–79.2 212FA75 9.000 228.6 7.500 190.5 190FA75 6.031 153.1 6.000 152.4 190–60 4.875 123.8
Seals Not
13-3/8 339.7 68-85 240FA1025 11.975 301.6 10.250 260.3 190FA1025 - - 8.625 219.0 - -
Available

See FA specification guide for sizes 4-1/2 in. (114.3 mm) and smaller.
✸ Includes some drillpipe and line-pipe weights
● When proposed for use in other than the casing-weight range shown contact your Baker Hughes representative
■ For information on packer or accessory sizes not found in this specification guide refer to Baker Hughes' packer systems technical manual or your
Baker Hughes representative
‡ Does not contain a left-hand thread unless ordered.
◆ The maximum OD (including tolerance) of any part run through a production packer should be at least 1/16-in. (1.59 mm) smaller than the minimum bore through the
packer body. This may occasionally require that the coupling ODs be turned down.
▼ Tubing seal assemblies, tubing seal and spacer nipples
⊕ Lower bore can be used as a seal bore, HOWEVER, strict dimensional analysis for compatibility of packer bore/sealing accessory configuration is required to assure desire
performance. Compatibility is based on lower bore/seal nipple diametrical dimensions only. Final seating position of locating shoulder will very between packer sizes. Anchor
mechanisms are not recommended.
∆ In 4-1/2 in. (114.3 mm) OD 11.6 lb and heavier casing the size 20 wireline pressure setting assembly is too large and the size 10 assembly must be used. In 4-1/2-in.
(114.3 mm) OD 9.5 and 10.5 lb casing, either the size 10 or 20 assembly may be used.
✧ ID listed is for commonly used G-22™, E-22™ or K-22™ seal assemblies.

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Permanent Packer Systems

SB-3 Hydraulic-Set Retainer Production Packer


Product Family No. H40906
APPLICATION
Baker Hughes SB-3™ hydraulic-set retainer production packer is a one-trip,
completion packer, that is a hydraulically set version of the DB™ packer.

Advantages
Slim-line design
Solid construction enables faster run-in without fear of impact damage or
premature setting, making significant rig-time savings possible
Two opposed sets of full-circle, full-strength slips ensure packer will
remain properly set
Packing element resists swab-off and packs off securely when packer is set
Unique interlocking, expandable, metal backup rings contact casing, creating
a positive barrier to packing element extrusion
Flanged-up completions for safety
Setting requires no rotation or reciprocation, eliminating spacing out or
landing problems
All O-rings supported by backup rings to improve long-term seal integrity
SB-3 Packers designed for pressure differential up to 10,000 psi
All alloy materials within packer are suitable for H2S service
Seal assembly, on which packer is run, serves as a seal nipple after packer
is set, providing single-run completion
B Guide, furnished as standard equipment, enables mill-out extension or other
component to be attached below the packer
Test fixtures permit high-pressure surface testing of O-ring seals and
tailpipe connections

Additional Information
A guide for seal-bore extension can be furnished if required. The packer is also available
in S-3™ (box x pin) configuration by special order

Packer Accessories
Sealing systems; expansion joints; plugging devices; packer bore receptacles;
SB-3 retainer production packer with B™ guide for mill-out extension,
Product Family No. H40906 (Nitrile) and Product Family No. H40924 (Aflas)

SB-3 Hydraulic-Set Retainer


Production Packer
Product Family No. H40906

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SPECIFICATION GUIDE
SB-3™ Hydraulic-Set Retainer Production Packer, Product Family No. H40906
Casing Packer ■ Standard Seal Assembly
OD Weight ✸ OD Seal Bore Min Bore Thru Seals ‡
Size ● Size
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm in. mm
21–19 1.312 33.3
5 127.0 15–21 32–19 3.968 100.7 1.968 49.9
20–19 0.984 24.9
5-1/2 139.7 13–17 44–25 4.500 114.3 2.500 63.5 20–25 1.865 47.3
17–32 82–32 5.468 138.8 80–32 2.406 61.1
6-5/8 168.2 3.250 82.5 or or or
17–20 84–32 5.687 144.4 81–32 1.990 50.5
32–38 82–32 5.468 138.8
80–32 2.406 61.1
7 177.8 20–32 84–32 5.687 144.4 3.250 82.5 or or or
81–32 1.990 50.5
17–20 88–32 6.187 157.1

33.7–39 88–32 6.187 157.1 80–32 2.406 61.1


7-5/8 193.6 3.250 82.5 or or or
24–33.7 92–32 6.375 161.9 81–32 1.990 50.5
80–32 2.406 61.1
7-3/4 196.9 46.1–48.6 88–32 6.187 157.1 3.250 82.5 or or or
81–32 1.990 50.5
8-5/8 219.0 24–36 128–40 7.500 190.5 4.000 101.6 80/120–40 3.000 76.2
190–47 3.000 76.2
194–47 8.125 206.3 4.750 120.6 191–47 2.500 63.5
9-5/8 244.4 32.3–53.5
192–47 3.875 98.4
194–60 ✸ 8.250 209.5 6.150 156.2 190–60 4.875 123.8
190–47 3.000 76.2
194–47 8.125 206.3 4.750 120.6 191–47 2.500 63.5
9-7/8 250.1 62.8
192–47 3.875 98.4
194–60 ✸ 8.250 209.5 6.150 156.2 190–60 4.875 123.8
✸ Includes some drillpipe and line-pipe weights
● When proposed for use in other than the casing-weight range shown contact your Baker Hughes representative.
■ For information on packer or accessory sizes not found in this specification guide refer to Baker Hughes' packer systems technical manual or your
Baker Hughes representative.
‡ ID listed is for commonly used G-22™ and E-22™ seal assemblies.

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Permanent Packer Systems

SAB-3 and SABL-3 Hydraulic-Set


Retainer Production Packers
Product Family Nos. H40907 and H40908
APPLICATION
Baker Hughes SAB-3™ and SABL-3™ hydraulic-set retainer production packers
are the hydraulically set versions of the DAB™ and FAB™ packers, respectively.
These packers feature the largest possible bore through combined packer and seal
accessory. The packer is run to depth, connected to the tubing with a K™ or KC™
anchor tubing seal nipple and is set by applied tubing pressure. This makes the
packer ideal for high-angle deviated wells, common in offshore operations.

Advantages
Slim-line design
Solid construction enables 50% faster run-in without fear of impact
damage or premature setting, making significant rig-time savings possible
Two opposed sets of full-circle, full-strength slips ensure packer will
remain properly set
Packing element resists swab-off and packs off securely when packer is set
Unique interlocking, expandable, metal backup rings contact casing, creating
a positive barrier to packing element extrusion
Aflas™ packing element is available in select casing-weight ranges

Additional Information
The SAB-3 and SABL-3 packers have been designed to give maximum strength,
uniformity of setting pressure and standardization of all alloy materials for
H2S service.

The SAB-3 packers offer bores comparable to the DA™ packers in their
corresponding sizes.

The SABL-3 (large-bore) packers offer larger bores more comparable to the FA™
packers and as a result carry a lower-pressure rating than the SAB-3 packer.
The SABL-3 packers are only available in standard sizes.

Packer Accessories
Sealing systems; expansion joints; parallel flow systems; plugging devices;
packer-bore receptacles

SAB-3 Hydraulic-Set Retainer


Production Packer with B Guide
Product Family No. H40907

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SPECIFICATION GUIDES
SAB-3™ Hydraulic-Set Retainer Production Packer, Product Family No. H40907
Casing Packer ✸ Packer Sealing Bore
Upper Lower ■
Max
OD Weight ● Seal Min Bore Seal Min Bore
Size ▲ OD Seal Bore Seal Bore
Assembly Thru Seals Assembly Thru Seals
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm Size in. mm in. mm Size in. mm
20–19 .984 24.9
5 127.0 15–21 32SAB30 x 19 3.968 100.7 3.000 76.2 20FA30 2.390 60.7 1.968 49.9
21–19 1.312 33.3
5-1/2 139.7 13–17 44SAB32 x 25 4.500 114.3 3.250 82.5 40DA32 2.500 63.5 2.500 63.5 20–25 1.865 47.3
17–32 82SAB40 x 32 5.468 138.8
6-5/8 168.2 4.000 101.3 80DA40 3.250 82.5 3.250 82.5 80–32 2.406 61.1
17–20 84SAB40 x 32 5.687 144.4
32–44 82SAB40 x 32 5.468 138.8
7 177.8 20–32 84SAB40 x 32 5.687 144.4 4.000 101.3 80DA40 3.250 82.5 3.250 82.5 80–32 2.406 61.1
17–20 88SAB40 x 32 6.187 157.1
33.7–39 88SAB40 x 32 6.187 157.1
7-5/8 193.6 4.000 101.3 80DA40 3.250 82.5 3.250 82.5 80–32 2.406 61.1
24–39 92SAB40 x 32 6.375 161.9
7-3/4 196.9 46.1–48.6 88SAB40 6.187 157.1 4.000 101.3 80DA40 3.250 82.5 3.250 82.5 80–32 2.406 61.1
8-5/8 219.0 24–36 128SAB47 x 40 7.500 190.5 4.750 120.6 81FA47 3.875 98.4 4.000 101.6 80/120–40 3.000 76.2
191–47 2.500 63.5
194SAB60 x 47 4.750 120.6 190–47 3.000 76.2
9-5/8 244.4 32.3–58.4 8.125 206.3 6.000 152.4 190DA60 4.875 123.8
192–47 3.875 98.4
194SAB60 x 48 4.895 ‡ 124.3 - - -
191–47 2.500 63.5
194SAB60 x 47 4.750 120.6 190–47 3.000 76.2
9-7/8 250.1 62.8 8.125 206.3 6.000 152.4 190DA60 4.875 123.8
192–47 3.875 98.4
194SAB60 x 48 4.895 ‡ 124.3 - - -

SABL-3 Hydraulic-Set Retainer Production Packer, Product Family No. H40908

Casing Packer ✸ Packer Sealing Bore


Upper Lower ■
OD Weight ● Max OD Seal Min Bore Seal Min Bore
Size ▲ Seal Bore Seal Bore
Assembly Thru Seals Assembly Thru Seals
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm Size in. mm in. mm Size in. mm
5-1/2 139.7 20–23 43SABL36 x 27 4.450 113.0 3.625 92.0 43SA36 2.780 70.6 2.780 ‡ 70.6 - - -
6-5/8 168.2 17 85SABL47 x 38 5.875 149.2 4.750 120.6 81FA47 3.875 98.4 3.875 98.4 120–38 2.500 63.5
7 177.8 26–29 85SABL48 x 4.145 5.875 149.2 4.875 123.8 80DA48 4.125 104.7 4.125 ‡ 104.7 - - -
7-5/8 193.6 24–33.7 91SABL47 x 38 6.500 165.1 4.750 120.6 81FA47 3.875 98.4 3.885 98.6 120–38 2.500 63.5
8-5/8 219.0 24–36 128SABL60 x 47 7.500 190.5 6.000 152.4 190DA60 4.875 123.8 4.750 120.6 190–47 3.000 76.2
194SABL73 x 60 190SA73 6.000 152.4 6.000 152.4 190–60 4.875 123.8
8.250 209.5 7.375 187.3
194SABL73 x 6.059 190–73 6.059 153.8 6.059 ‡ 153.8 - - -
9-5/8 244.4 47–58.4
194SABL40 x 32 4.000 101.6 80DA40 3.250 82.5 3.250 82.5 80–32 2.406 61.1
8.125 206.3
194SABL47 x 44 4.750 120.6 81FA47 3.875 98.4 4.400 111.7 80–44 3.500 88.9
194SABL73 x 60 190SA73 6.000 152.4 6.000 152.4 190–60 4.875 123.8
8.250 209.5 7.375 187.3
194SABL73 x 6.059 190–73 6.059 153.8 6.059 ‡ 153.8 - - -
9-7/8 250.1 62.8
194SABL40 x 32 4.000 101.6 80DA40 3.250 82.5 3.250 82.5 80–32 2.406 61.1
8.125 206.3
194SABL47 x 44 4.750 120.6 81FA47 3.875 98.4 4.400 111.7 80–44 3.500 88.9
10-3/4 273.0 32.75–60.7 214SABL73 x 60 9.437 239.7 7.375 187.3 190SA73 6.000 152.4 6.000 152.4 190–60 4.875 123.8
✸ For information on packer or accessory sizes not found in this specification guide refer to Baker Hughes' packer systems technical manual or your
Baker Hughes representative
● Includes some drillpipe and line pipe weights
■ Lower bore can be used as a seal bore, HOWEVER, strict dimensional analysis for compatibility of packer bore/sealing accessory configuration is required to assure desire
performance. Compatibility is based on lower bore/seal nipple diametrical dimensions only. Final seating position of locating shoulder will very between packer sizes. Anchor
mechanisms are not recommended.
▲ When proposed for use in other than the casing-weight range shown, contact your Baker Hughes representative.
‡ This is not a honed seal bore.

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Production Packers Rev. B Page 13 of 24

SB-3 Packers
Minimum Setting
Packer Size Piston Area in2
Pressure (psi)
32 SB 19 3.8
44 SB 25 5.6 4,500
82 SB 32 6.0
84 SB 32 7.3 4,000
88 SB 32 9.1
92 SB 32 9.6
128 SB 40 8.3
3,500
194 SB 32
13.6
194 SB 47
194 SB 60 8.1

SAB-3 Packers
Minimum Setting
Packer Size Piston Area in2
Pressure (psi)
32 SAB 30x19 3.9
44 SAB 32x25 5.6
4,500
82 SAB 32x35
6.0
82 SAB 40x32
84 SAB 40x27
84 SAB 40x29 7.3 4,000
84 SAB 40x32
88 SAB 40x32 9.1
92 SAB 40x32 9.6
128 SAB 47x40 8.3
3,500
194 SAB 47x38
194 SAB 60x47 13.6
194 SAB 60x48
Unit No. 4782 06-15-04 Baker Model SB-3,SAB-3 And SABL-3 Retainer
Rev. B Page 14 of 24 Production Packers

SABL-3 Packers
Minimum Setting
Packer Size Piston Area in2
Pressure (psi)
32 SABL 30x24 3.8
43 SABL 36x27 4.1
81 SABL 40x32 7.8
83 SABL 47x38
4.6
83 SABL 47x3.958
85 SABL 47x38
85 SABL 47x3.958
5.7 4,500
85 SABL 47x40
85 SABL 47x4.125
85 SABL 48x38 5.3
85 SABL 48x3.958 5.7
85 SABL 48x4.145 5.4
87 SABL 47x38 5.8
89 SABL 52x4.25 7.8
91 SABL 47x38 8.1
128 SABL 60x47
8.3
128 SABL 60x50
3,500
194 SABL 71x58
194 SABL 73x60 8.1
194 SABL 73x6.059
214 SABL 73x60 18.8 3,000
Note:
• Setting pressure is specific to each packer because of variations in piston area on
each size
• Temperature defines selection of packing element hardness
• Small piston area hence high setting pressure
Reference - Region Engineers Manual (BotWeb) Unit 610.01 Page 1 of 1

Nitrile Packing Element Selection


Packing Element Bottom Hole
Packer Size
Hardness (Nitrile) Temperature (°F)
70 Ambient-275°
19 Thru 85 90 250°-400°
95 Over 400°
70 Ambient-300°
86 Thru 128 90 275°-400°
95 Over 400°
70 Ambient-275°
194 80 275°-350°
90 300°-400°
212 Thru 240 70 Ambient-300° (1)
(1) Contact A.E.G. for recommendation above 300°F
Retrievable Packer Systems

RETRIEVABLE PACKER SELECTION CHART


Holds
Setting Method Used Primary Applications
Pressure From
Product Single Multiple Releasing
Product Application
Family No. String String Method

Single String, Mechanical Set Packers


A-3 LOK-SET Retainer Casing Packer H64630 X X 5 X X X
AD-1 Tension Packer H73908 X X 3 8 X X
ADL-1 Large Bore Tension Packer H73912 X X 3 8 X X
AL-2 Large Bore LOK-SET
H64628 X X 5 X X X
Retainer Casing Packer
C-1 Invertible Packer H73930 X X X 4 9 9 X X
C-1 Tandem Tension Packer H60226 X X 4 8 X X
G Compression Packer H42003 X X 4 X 8 X
Hornet H64682 X X X 5 X X X X
MJS Thermal Packer H41754 X 1 1 6 X X
R-3 Double Grip Packer H64201 X X 4 X X
R-3 Single Grip Packer H64101 X X 4 X 8 X
Sabre H64668 X X X 5 X X X X
Single String, Hydraulic/Hydrostatic Set Packers
FH Hydrostatic Packer H78108 X X 6 X X
FHL Large Bore Hydrostatic Packer H78120 X X 6 X X
HS Hydraulic Set Packer H78460 X X 6 X X
Premier Packer H78463 X X 10 X X
Single String, Setting Tool Set, Sealbore Packers
SC-2P Retrievable Sealbore Bore
H64686 X 2 7 X X
Packer
Single String, Wireline Set Packers
Hornet EL H64683 X X 5 X X X X
WL, Reliant Series H64710/11 X X 5 X X
Dual String, Hydraulic/Hydrostatic Set Packers
A-5 Hydrostatic Dual Packer H78316 X X 6 X X
AL-5 Hydrostatic Dual Packer H78330 X X 6 X X
ElecPak H78570 X X 6 X X
GT DSR Dual Packer H78509/10 X X 6 X X X
Twin Seal Submersible Pump Packer H78540 X X 6 X X
Tubing Hangers
Mudline Tubing Hanger H79101 X X 6 X
FLX Pack-Off Tubing Hanger H79085 X X 6 X X
NOTES:
(1) Set mechanically by torquing tubing string to right
(2) Can also be set using by hydraulic setting tools run on a workstring
(3) Released by relieving applied tension required to rupture shear ring
(4) Released by relieving applied setting force
(5) Released with right-hand rotation
(6) Released with applied tension required to rupture shear ring
(7) Released and removed from well with releasing tool run on tubing or workstring
(8) Holds limited differential pressure from this direction
(9) Ability to hold differential pressure is governed by packer's orientation
(10) Released by severing mandrel

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Retrievable Packer Systems

A-3 and AL-2 LOK-SET Retrievable


Casing Packers
Product Family No. H64630 and H64628
APPLICATION
The A-3™ LOK-SET™ packer combines advantages of a retrievable packer with the
features of a permanent packer. An ability to lock down tubing forces makes the
A-3 suitable for a broad range of applications, including production, injection, zone
isolation, and remedial operations. The AL-2™ LOK-SET packer is similar to the A-3,
and has a larger bore.

Advantages
Holds pressure from above and below, without relying on set-down
weight, tubing tension, or hydraulic hold down
Provides tubing anchoring with tension applied, suitable for
pumping wells or injection, controlling tubing forces related to change
fluid temperatures
Opposed, non-transferring, dovetail slips prevent packer movement
associated with changing differential pressures, while allowing the
landing of the tubing in tension, neutral or compression
Right-hand tubing rotation controls setting and releasing
Packing element compression locks in by ratcheting action of lock
segments, which restricts rotation to one direction

Accessories
To provide a simple and reliable injection system for retrieving an injection string
without having to unseat the packer:

L-10 or L-316 on-off sealing connectors, Product Family Nos. H68420 and H68422.
Baker Hughes blanking plug can be used in the seating nipple profile of the on-off
sealing connector to provide a means of plugging the lower zone while the tubing
is being pulled.

A-3 LOK-SET
Retrievable Casing Packer
Product Family No. H64630

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SPECIFICATION GUIDES
A-3™ LOK-SET Retrievable Casing Packer, Product Family No. H64630
Casing Packer
Max Gage
OD Weight ✸ Nom ID
Size Ring OD
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm
4 101.6 9.5–12.9 41A2 1.500 38.1 3.244 82.4
4-1/2 144.3 21.6–23.6 41A2 1.500 38.1 3.244 82.4
4 101.6 9.5 41A4 1.500 38.1 3.423 112.4
18.8 41A4 3.423 112.4
1.500 38.1
13.5–17.7 41B 3.578 90.9
4-1/2 114.3
11.6–13.5 43A2 3.786 96.2
1.978 50.2
9.5–10.5 43A4 3.786 96.2
15–18 43B 4.140 105.2
5 127.0 1.978 50.2
11.5–15 43C 4.265 108.3
26 43C 4.265 108.3
20–23 45A2 4.515 114.7
5-1/2 139.7 1.978 50.2
15.5 –20 45A4 4.656 118.3
13–15.5 45B 4.796 121.8
26 45B 4.796 121.8
6 152.4 20–23 45C 1.978 50.2 5.078 129.0
15–18 45D 5.171 131.3
34 45E 5.421 137.7
1.978 50.2
24–32 45F 5.499 139.7
6-5/8 168.3 24 47A2 2.441 62.0 5.671 144.0
17–24 45G 1.978 50.2 5.796 147.2
17–20 47A4 2.441 62.0 5.827 148.0
38 47A2 5.671 144.0
32–35 47A4 5.827 148.0
7 177.8 26–29 47B2 2.441 62.0 5.983 152.0
23–26 47B4 6.093 154.8
17–20 47C2 6.281 159.5
33.7–39 47C4 6.468 164.3
7-5/8 193.7 24–29.7 47D2 2.441 62.0 6.687 169.9
20–24 47D4 6.827 173.4
44–49 49A2 7.327 186.1
8-5/8 219.1 32–40 49A4 3.500 88.9 7.546 191.7
20–28 49B 7.796 198.0
47–53.5 51A2 8.234 209.1
9-5/8 244.5 40–47 51A4 3.500 88.9 8.452 214.7
29.3–36 51B 8.608 218.6

AL-2™ Large Bore LOK-SET Retrievable Casing Packer Product Family No. H64628
Casing Packer

Max Diameter of
OD Weight Nom ID Max Gage Ring OD
Size Compressed Drag Block
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm in. mm
20 45A2 x 2-3/8 4.562 115.9 4.592 116.6
5-1/2 139.7 15.5–17 45A4 x 2-3/8 2.375 60.3 4.656 118.3 4.750 120.7
13 45B x 2-3/8 4.796 121.8 4.902 124.5
6 152.4 26 45B x 2-3/8 2.375 60.3 4.796 121.8 4.902 124.5
✸ When selecting a packer for a casing weight common to two weight ranges (same OD), choose the packer size shown for the lighter of the two weight
ranges. Example: for 7-in. (177.8 mm) OD 26 lb/ft casing use packer size 47B4. Under certain circumstances the other packer size may be run, such
as when running in mixed casing strings.
Repair kits, including such items as packing elements, seal rings, etc., are available for redressing Baker Retrievable Packers. Contact your Baker Hughes
representative. Use only Baker Hughes repair parts.

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Retrievable Packer Systems

FH and FHL Hydrostatic-Set Single-String


Retrievable Packers
Product Family No. H78108 and H78120
APPLICATION
The FH™ is the industry-standard, hydrostatic-set and shear-release single-string
retrievable packer. It can be used in the following applications: production, injection,
and zonal isolation; single-string selective completions or dual-string completions
with multiple packers; deviated wells or other applications when rotation for
installation or removal is not beneficial; when it is beneficial to displace and set
packers after the well is flanged up; when testing the tubing string before packer
setting or to independently set and test individual packers in multiple-packer
completions is beneficial.

The FH packer is hydraulically activated by applying tubing pressure against a


plugging device below the packer. The packer requires only straight pull to release.
The FHL™ is the large-bore version of the FH packer. Features, advantages and
operational procedures are the same as those for the FH packers.

Advantages
Operationally simple
Hydraulically activated, hydrostatic-set, low-pressure,
rig-pump-capable activation
Field-adjustable shear release
Built-in unloader and bypass aids in releasing and retrieving
Packoff is mechanically locked and constantly reinforced by
hydrostatic pressure
Triple-seal multi-durometer elements ensure pressure integrity over a
wide range of temperatures and conforms easily to casing irregularities
No mandrel movement during setting allows stacked-packer applications

Accessories
A tubing-plugging device must be positioned below the packer for actuation:

E™ hydraulic-trip sub (Product Family No. H79928); CMU(D)™ sliding sleeve


(Product Family Nos. H81079 and H81080) with blanking plug; Baker Hughes
flow-control seating nipple with blanking plug; hydraulic-setting devices
(Product Family Nos. H46921, H79928 and H75917)

FH and FHL Hydrostatic-Set


Single-String Retrievable Packer
Product Family Nos. H78108 and H78120

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SPECIFICATION GUIDES
FH™ HYDROSTATIC-SET SINGLE-STRING PACKER, Product Family No. H78108
Casing Packer
OD Weight Nom ID Max Gage Ring OD
Size
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm
4-1/2 114.3 9.5–13.5 43A 1.978 50.2 3.786 95.2
15–18 43B 4.140 105.2
5 127.0 1.978 50.2
11.5–15 43C 4.255 108.3
26 43C 4.255 108.3
20–23 45A2 4.515 114.7
5-1/2 139.7 1.978 50.2
15.5 –20 45A4 4.656 118.3
13–15.5 45B 4.796 121.8
26 45B 4.796 121.8
6 152.4 20–23 45C 1.978 50.2 5.078 129.0
15–18 45D 5.171 131.3
34 45E2 5.421 137.7
1.978 50.2
6-5/8 168.3 28–32 45E4 5.499 139.7
24–28 46A4 2.416 61.4 5.603 142.3
7 177.8 38 46A4 2.416 61.4 5.603 142.3
24 47A2 2.416 or 61.4 or 5.671 144.0
6-5/8 168.3
17–20 47A4 2.000 50.8 5.827 148.0
38 47A2 5.671 144.0
32–35 47A4 2.416 61.4 5.827 148.0
7 177.8 26–29 47B2 or or 5.983 152.0
20–26 47B4 2.000 50.8 6.093 154.8
17–20 47C2 6.281 159.5
33.7–39 47C4 2.416 61.4 6.468 164.3
7-5/8 193.7 24–29.7 47D2 or or 6.687 169.9
20–24 47D4 2.000 50.8 6.827 173.4
44–49 49A2 3.000 or 46.2 or 7.327 186.1
8-5/8 219.1 32–40 49A4 2.416 or 61.4 or 7.546 191.7
20–28 49B 2.000 50.8 7.796 198.0
47–53.5 51A2 3.000 or 46.2 or 8.233 209.1
9-5/8 244.5 40–47 51A4 2.416 or 61.4 or 8.452 214.7
29.3–36 51B 2.000 50.8 8.608 218.6

 When selecting a packer for a casing weight common to two weight ranges (same OD), choose the packer size shown for the lighter of the two weight
ranges. Example: for 7 in. (177.8 mm) 20 lb/ft casing use packer size 47C2. Under certain circumstances the other packer size may be run, such as
when running in mixed-casing strings.
NOTE: Repair kits, including such items as packing elements, seal rings, etc., are available for redressing retrievable packers.
Contact your Baker Hughes representative. Use only genuine Baker Hughes repair parts.

FHL™ HYDROSTATIC-SET SINGLE-STRING PACKER, Product Family No. H78120


Casing Packer
OD Weight Nom ID Max Gage Ring OD
Size
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm
24 47A2 5.671 144.0
6-5/8 168.3 20 47A4 3.000 76.2 5.827 148.0
17 47B2 5.983 152.0
38 47A2 5.671 144.0
32–35 47A4 5.827 148.0
7 177.8 26–29 47B2 3.000 76.2 5.983 152.0
20–26 47B4 6.093 154.8
17–20 47C2 6.281 159.5
33.7–39 47C4 6.468 164.3
7-5/8 193.7 24–29.7 47D2 3.000 76.2 6.687 169.9
20–24 47D4 6.827 173.4
51A2 x 4-3/4 4.750 120.7
47–53.5 8.233 209.1
51A2
9-5/8 244.5
40–47 51A4 4.000 101.6 8.452 214.7
29.3–36 51B 8.608 218.6

 When selecting a packer for a casing weight common to two weight ranges (same OD), choose the packer size shown for the lighter of the two weight
ranges. Example: for 7-in. (177.8 mm) 20 lb/ft casing use packer size 47C2. Under certain circumstances the other packer size may be run, such as
when running in mixed-casing strings.
NOTE: Repair kits, including such items as packing elements, seal rings, etc., are available for redressing retrievable packers.
Contact your Baker Hughes representative. Use only genuine Baker Hughes repair parts.

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Premier Removable Production Packer


Product Family No. H78463, H78467, and H78468
APPLICATION
The Premier™ packer is a hydraulic-set, large-bore, removable production packer. It combines the
performance of a permanent packer with the conveniences of a retrievable packer. The Premier is ideally
suited for big-bore completions and multizone stacked-packer completions. Its retrieving options offer new
alternatives in high intervention cost applications.

Advantages
Slip-element-slip grips slips isolated from high pressure
Large ID is similar to large-bore permanent packers
Proven high performance, tested to ISO 14310 VO requirement
Retrieval on production tubing by through-tubing chemical or mechanical cut or shear release
Retrieval on workstring by retrieving tool or milling tool
The patented field proven zero-extrusion back up system is designed for ease of removal
Positive debris barrier, protects slips from deposits and debris for ensured retrieval
Multiple setting options, configurable for traditional or interventionless setting
No body movement during setting; ideal for single- or multiple-packer completions
Modular design suited for threaded connections or upper sealbore
Optional low-pressure setting in certain sizes

Additional Information
The Premier can be threaded directly to the production string or connected with an anchor-seal assembly.
One-trip setting is accomplished by pressuring up against a plugging device below the packer. Retrieval on
the production string is accomplished by cutting the mandrel with a chemical or mechanical cutting tool.
Shift-to-release and shear-release options are available for medium-service applications.

SPECIFICATION GUIDE
Casing Packer
Optional Upper
OD Weight Max OD Min ID
Size Sealbore  Elastomers
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm in. mm
5-1/2 139.7 20–23 450-(36x)239 4.500 114.3 3.625 92.1 2.390 60.7 Aflas™
582-(47x)387 3.875 98.4
4.750 120.7
32–35 582-(47x)376 5.820 147.8 3.760 95.5
582-(36x)287 3.625 92.1 2.870 72.9
591-(47x)387 3.875 98.4 HNBR,
4.750 120.7
7 177.8 29–32 591-(47x)376 5.910 150.1 3.760 95.5 Nitrile and
591-(36x)287 3.625 92.1 2.870 72.9 Aflas
598-(47x)387 3.875 98.4
4.750 120.7
26–29 598-(47x)376 5.983 152.0 3.760 95.5
598-(36x)287 3.625 92.1 2.870 72.9
645-(47x)387 3.875 98.4
33.7–39 6.450 163.8 HNBR,
645-(47x)376 3.760 95.5
7-5/8 193.6 4.750 120.7 Nitrile and
659-(47x)387 3.875 98.4
29.7–33.7 6.590 167.4 Aflas
659-(47x)376 3.760 95.5
831-(60x)490 4.900 124.5
6.000 155.8
47–53.5 831-(60x)475 8.310 211.1 4.750 120.7
HNBR,
831-(47x)387 4.750 120.7 3.875 98.4
9-5/8 244.5 Nitrile and
845-(60x)490 4.900 124.5
6.000 155.8 Aflas
40–47 845-(60x)475 8.450 214.6 4.750 120.7
845-(47x)387 4.750 120.7 3.875 98.4
934-(73x)600 7.375 187.3 6.000 155.8 HNBR,
10-3/4 273.1 60.7–65.7 9.345 237.3 Nitrile and
934-(60x)475 6.000 155.8 4.750 120.7
Aflas
68 Premier Removable
13-3/8 339.7 1209x850 12.090 307.1 10.183 258.6 8.500 215.9 Nitrile
72 Production Packer
13-5/8 338.5 88 1209x850 12.090 307.1 10.183 258.6 8.500 215.9 Nitrile Product Family No. H78463
 When upper sealbore is used, the packer can be retrieved on the workstring using the Premier workstring
retrieving tool (POWER), Product Family No. H78464.  5-1/2 is V3 rated.
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Areas, Pressures and Shear Screws


Shear Screws Tubing
Min Tubing
Area (in.2) Pressure (psi)
Setting Pressure** Number To
Available Required To
Packer Area (in.2) To Set Packer Actuate Packer
For Shearing Number In Shear Each
Size and Pack-Off Size At 2,000 psi*
Shear Std Assy Shear Screw
with Zero
Screws Annealed Annealed
Hydrostatic Hydraulic Hydrostatic Brass Brass
Steel Steel
43 3.2 1.8 4,050 psi 3.0 10-32 6 5 300 410
45 4.5 2.7 2,750 psi 4.3 4 3 550 750
46 5/16-18
6.2 3.8 2,560 psi 6.6 2 Brass 6 4 360 490
47
49
8.6 4.1 4,000 psi 7.9 3/8-16 5 3 450 610
51
*When hydrostatic pressure is less than 1,500 psi.
**Minimum tubing pressure for setting can be reduced if some but not sufficient hydrostatic pressure is
available. Example: The minimum force required for setting size 45 packer is:
F = (2,750 psi) x (2.7 in.2) = 7,425 lb
With a Hydrostatic Head of 600 psi
F’ = force available from Hydrostatic = (600 psi) x (4.5) = 2,700 lb
therefore force required from Hydraulic setting is
F" = F - F’ = 7,425 - 2,700 = 4,725 lb
Then minimum tubing pressure required for setting when Hydrostatic Head is 600 psi is

F" 4,725 lb
P= = = 1,750 psi
Hydraulic Setting Area 2.7 sq in.

Pressure may also be applied to the annulus in low hydrostatic applications to reduce the minimum tubing
pressure required for proper pack-off.
FHL Double-Grip Large Bore Hydrostatic Single Unit No. 8126-2 10-1-03
String Packer Rev. New Page 3 of 7

Areas, Pressures and Shear Screws


Tubing Pressure
(psi) Required
Setting Area (in.2 )
Minimum Tubing Shear Screws
Area (in.2) To Shear Each
Pressure* To Set Shear Screw
Packer Available For
Packer & Pack Off
Size Shearing Number To Actuate
With Zero Number In
Shear Screws Packer At 2,000 psi♦ Annealed
Hydrostatic Hydraulic Hydrostatic Size Standard Brass
Annealed Steel
Assembly Brass
Steel
47 with
6.4 3.9 2,500 psi 5.7 5/16-18 420 560
3" ID
2 Brass 5 4
51 with
11.2 5.0 3,000 psi 9.5 3/8-16 380 500
4" ID
* Minimum tubing pressure for setting can be reduced if some but not sufficient hydrostatic pressure is available. (Refer to basic unit for
example.) Pressure may also be applied to the annulus in low hydrostatic applications to reduce the minimum tubing pressure required for
proper pack-off.
♦ When hydrostatic pressure is less than 1,500 psi.

Mandrel and Tubing Areas


Packer Tubing (Am - Ai) (Am - Ao) Am
Size OD ID (in.2) (in.2) (in.2)
47 with 2-7/8 2.441 5.8 4.0
10.5
3" ID 3-1/2 2.992 3.5 0.9
2-7/8 2.441 13.5 11.7
51 with 3-1/2 2.992 11.2 8.6
18.190
4" ID 4 3.476 8.7 5.6
4-1/2 3.958 5.9 2.3

Shear Ring Availability Chart


Packer Shear Ring (lbs)
Size 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000
47 with 3" ID X X X X
51 with 4" ID X X X
Completions and Production

Flow Control Systems


S u r- S e t

Sur-Set Flow Control System


APPLICATION
Sur-Set™ is a unique flow control lock and nipple system that derives its name from the product's unique capability of the running tool not releasing
from the lock unless it is completely set. This is a critical feature for long reach and highly deviated wells. By using Sur-Set, the wireline operator is
assured that the lock is properly set in the nipple or the running tool will bring it back to the surface.

Sur-Set lock mandrels are generally based on a no-go design which gives a positive indication of the location of the nipple, a selective version may
also be offered. The no-go shoulder is used for positioning only. Once the locking dogs are fully set the no-go shoulder is free from all pressure.
When running in, the lock slides into the nipple profile, contacts the nipples no-go shoulder and stops in the precise position. Jarring down begins
the expansion of the dogs into the nipple groove, when the flow control device is fully set the locking dogs take the weight off the no-go shoulder.
All pressure from above and below is now resting on the locking dogs. This was designed to eliminate operators' concerns about pressure ratings,
reliability of setting and retention of flow control devices inside high-volume wells. Sur-Set draws on our past experience with many different types
of lock mandrel designs, as well as, comparisons of competitive products to address these problems.

Sur-Set can be used to secure flow control devices such as blanking plugs, check valves, chokes, gauges and other flow control devices in strategic
locations within the completion string by use of seating nipples. The system is composed of three major components; a nipple profile located in the
production string, a locking mandrel containing the flow control device, which is used to locate and lock into the production seating nipple, and the
running tool which allows the lock to remain attached if not properly set in the correct seating nipple.

1) Seals meet sealbore

2) Tap down slightly until no-go is reached

3) Jar down shear screws on running tool, rotate dogs

4) Continue to jar down rotated dogs lift lock of no-go, all loads now taken by dogs, take overpull to insure lock is set

5) Jar up to Shear D probe pin

6) Pull out of hole

7) Lock fully set

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Sur-Set Top/Bottom No-Go and Selective Seating Nipples


9Chrome-1Moly Steel (18-22 RC Max)

APPLICATIONS
The Baker Hughes top and bottom no-go seating nipples provide for the location
of various wireline flow control devices in the production string. The nipple’s no-go
shoulder is used to help locate and set the Sur-Set™ lock, but, it is unloaded once
the setting operation is completed.

The top no-go seating nipple is designed to accept only those top no-go type
locks which carry the same letter designations as the seating nipple, either either
Model AF™, Model HF™, or extreme depending upon the required pressure rating.

The bottom no-go seating nipple is designed to accept only those bottom no-go
locks and accessories which carry the same letter designations as the seating
nipple, either Model AR™, Model HR™, or Extreme R™, depending on the required
pressure rating.

The selective nipples allow for selective setting of Sur-Set lock mandrels,
resulting in the ability of running a single size sealbore diameter to be installed
along the tubing string.

The location and number of seating nipples should be carefully considered in the
completion planning stages to allow maximum versatility in the positioning of Model AR Top No-Go
Seating Nipple
various flow control accessories. Product Family No. H80178

These nipples are manufactured per NACE specification MR-01-75 (latest revision).

„„Land blanking plugs to shut in the well or to test the production tubing
„„Land velocity type safety valves (SSCSV)
„„Land equalizing check valves
„„Land circulating blanking plugs
„„Land chokes to reduce surface flowing pressures or to have pressure drops
downhole to prevent surface freezing in gas production
„„Land instrument hangers with geophysical devices such as pressure and
temperature recorders

Features/Benefits Model AF Top No-Go


Seating Nipple
„„Manufactured from 9Chrome -1Moly (18-22 RC MAX) for H2S - Product Family No. H80185
recommended CO2 service (other material available)
„„Honed sealing bores for maximum sealing performance
„„Sealbore - contoured and polished to pass chevron packing
without damage
„„Integral locking groove
„„Extended upper nipple bore eliminates pre-setting
„„Simple design
„„Available in API and premium threads
„„Pressure rating independent of no-go wear
Model A-1 Selective
Seating Nipple
Product Family No. H80187

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Sur-Set Locking Mandrels


APPLICATION
The Baker Hughes Models AF™, HF™, and extreme type lock assemblies are top
no-go style locks. With a no-go shoulder located just below the locking dogs,
these locks will land and lock flow control devices in the Models AF, HF, and
extreme type top no-go seating nipples. Lock selection should be compatible
with the size and model designation (based on designed pressure rating) of the
selected seating nipple.

The Baker Hughes Models AR™, HR™, and Extreme R™ lock assemblies are bottom
no-go style locks. These locks have a no-go shoulder either on the packing
mandrel or, in cases where packing is not required, it is located on the flow
control accessory. These locks will land and lock flow control devices only in
the Models AR, HR, and extreme R bottom no-go seating nipples. Lock selection
should be compatible with the size and model designation (based on designed
pressure rating) of the selected seating nipple.

The selective Sur-Set™ line uses all the features from the standard top and
bottom no-go Sur-Set locking mandrels with the added benefit of maintaining one
sealbore diameter for the entire production string. This is accomplished by adding
a Model A-4™ or Model H-4™ locator to an Model AR lock. The Sur-Set locking Model AR Bottom No-Go
mandrels are run with a Model A™ running tool, (product family no. H81155), and Lock Mandrel
Model D™ probe, (product family no. H81156). Product Family No. H83601

Features/Benefits
„„Simple and rugged construction
„„Large pressure bearing locking dogs eliminating no-go shoulder swaging
„„Locking mechanism is located above the seating elements, therefore
no o-rings are required
„„Smooth bore through the lock does not subject the operating mechanism
to corrosion or sticking by foreign materials
„„Running tool gives a positive indication that the lock is set in the nipple
Model AF Top No-Go
and that the locking operation is complete
Lock Mandrel
„„All locks are good for H2S/CO2 service at 300°F (148.8°C) with Product Family No. H83602
standard seals
„„The lock and running tool are compatible with normal wireline equipment
and procedures
„„Vibration proof

Model A-4 Selective Locator


Product Family No. H83562

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Model H Bottom Blanking Plug


Product Family No. H83618
APPLICATION
The Model H™ bottom blanking plugs with removable mandrel are positive blankoff devices designed
to seal off pressure from above and below. These plugs are for use in wells where sand or sediment
might be encountered. The plugs have a removable mandrel which protrudes from the fishing neck
of the lock so that a sand bailer can expose it for retrieval. It can also be supplied with an internal
fishing neck junk catcher for enhanced debris management. The Model H bottom blanking plug may
be used with either the top no-go or bottom no-go type locks and is available in a wide range of
pressure settings. The plug, with the selected lock attached, is run in and set without the removable
mandrel in place, thus, providing a large fluid bypass area and allowing fast run-in time. The mandrel
is then run in and landed inside the plug, blanking-off the bypass ports. Equalization is accomplished
by pulling the removable mandrel from the plug and opening the bypass ports to pressure. The plug
itself is then pulled using conventional pulling tools.

Features/Benefits
„„Integral seal carried on removable mandrel
„„Standard running and pulling
„„Debris tolerant
„„Positive shut off
„„Available for HP/HT applications
„„Provides positive indication that lock is set in nipple profile

Model M Bottom Blanking Plug


Product Family No. H83616
APPLICATION
The Model M™ Sur-Set™ single-trip bypass blanking plugs are positive blankoff devices designed to Model H Bottom Blanking Plug
seal off pressure from above and below. These plugs consist of a Model M bottom, (product family no. Product Family No. H83618
H83616), assembled to a Sur-Set lock. The Model M plugs are designed to be run in one wireline trip
and equalized and retrieved in two trips. Equalization is obtained by running in the well with a Model
A™ guide, (product family no. H81171) and equalizing prong, (product family no. H81188). Another trip
is required to retrieve the plug with a Model GS™ type pulling tool, (product family no. H81150). The
Model M plugs are run in with a Model A running tool, (product family no. H81155), a Model D™ probe,
(product family no. H81156), and a Model MH™ positioning tool, (product family no. H81254). While
running in, the inner mandrel of the Model M is held in the down position allowing fluid bypass until
the plug is locked into the seating nipple. The ports in the plug are closed only after the lock is landed
and completely set in the proper setting nipple.

Features/Benefits
„„Single-tripinstallation
„„Idealfor gas wells
„„Provides positive indication that lock is set in nipple profile

Model M Bottom Blanking Plug


Product Family No. H83616

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Model V Bottom Check Valve


Product Family No. H99508
APPLICATION
The Model V™ Sur-Set™ bottom check valves are designed to prevent downward flow and allow for
upward flow. Once the check valve has been landed and locked in a seating nipple all the differential
applied to the valve is carried by the locking dogs and not the no-go shoulder.

The Model V bottom check valve uses a standard Sur-Set locking mandrel for the seating and locking
method and uses a sleeve for bypass and equalization.

The check valves are designed to seat in Models AF™ and AR™ type seating nipple profiles.
The Models AFV™ and ARV™ equalizing check valves are designed to hold a maximum of 10,000 psi
(690 bar) from above. The HP/HT Model V bottom check valves are designed to set in Model EOF™
seating nipples and have been tested to 12,500 psi (862 bar) and 330°F (166°C).

Features/Benefits
„„Provides a means to pressure test tubing while allowing tubing to fill during run-in
„„Provides a plug to set hydraulic set packers
„„Provides positive indication that lock is set in nipple profile
„„Large flow area
„„Fluid bypass for retrieval
„„Available for HP/HT application
„„One trip to run/one trip to pull Model V Bottom Check Valve
Product Family No H99508

Model T-2 Check Valve for Sur-Set Seating Nipples


Product Family Nos. H80963 and H80964
APPLICATION
The Model T-2™ check valves are designed to prevent downward flow and allow for upward flow. Once
the Model T-2 check valve has been landed and locked in a seating nipple all the differential applied to
the valve is carried by the locking dogs and not the no-go shoulder.

The T-2 equalizing check valve is run in the hole with a Model SB™ or Model JDC™ pulling tool and
not a Baker Hughes Model A™ running tool, therefore does not follow the Sur-Set™ philosophy of not
releasing from the running tool unless the plug is properly set in the nipple profile. If running a check
valve and you are required to know that your lock is set correctly in the nipple profile the Model V™
check valve bottom may be used.

Equalization of the Model T-2 check valves occur during retrieval. Upward jarring will shear the shear
screws in the equalizing sub allowing for equalization; continued jarring will release the locking dogs
allowing the check valve to return to surface. This feature is also important for bypass when retrieving
the check valve through tight spots or other sealbores within the tubing string.

Features/Benefits
„„Provides a means to pressure test tubing while allowing tubing to fill during run-in
„„Provides a plug to set hydraulic set packers Model T-2 Check Valve for
„„One-trip to run/one-trip to pull Sur-Set Seating Nipples
Product Family No. H80964

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Sur-Set System Identification


APPLICATION
The Sur-Set™ product line consists of a wide selection of available flow control accessories. An identification system for any combination of these
components has been developed. Identification is made through the use of a series of numbers and model letters, which determine
each component.

The first number will determine the sealbore dimension of the nipple and lock. The first letter will identify the pressure rating of the system
[A - 10,000 psi (690 bar) from above and below; H - 10,000 psi (690 bar) from above and 15,000 psi (1035 bar) from below, and extreme
15,000 psi (1035 bar) from above and below]. The second letter will generally indicate the no-go type, top no-no go “F” (full bore through the
nipple) or bottom no-go "R" (restricted bore through nipple). The final letter “H” (blanking plug) indicates the type of flow control accessory.

Note: There may be a letter “O” between the first two letters in this case between the “A” and the “F”; this indicates that the material the tool
has been manufactured from is other than standard Sur-Set™ material (9Chrome-1Moly 18-22RC 80MYS).

Example: Model 3.688 in. AFH Bypass Blanking Plug

Sealbore Dimension Pressure Rating No-Go Type Model of Flow Control Device

Model AF Lock

Model AF Nipple

Model AFH Sur-Set Nipple and Plug System


Model H Bypass Blanking Plug System

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Specification Guide
Sur-Set
Tubing Dimensions Nipple Dimensions Lock OD Pressure

OD Weight ID Drift Sealbore Botttom No-Go Min ID Top No-Go


Rating
in. mm lb/ft in. mm in. mm in. mm in. mm in. mm
4.70 1.995 50.67 1.901 48.29 1.875 47.63 1.822 46.28   A
2.375 60.33 5.30 1.939 49.25 1.845 46.86 1.781 45.24 1.728 43.89 1.835 46.61
H
5.95 1.867 47.42 1.773 45.03 1.710 43.43 1.640 41.66 1.765 44.83
59.61 2.312 58.72 2.257 57.33  
6.50 2.441 62.00 2.347 A
2.250 57.15   2.305 58.55
7.90 2.323 59.00 2.229 56.62 2.188 55.58 2.098 53.29 2.225 56.52
2.875 73.03 2.165 2.125 53.98 2.035 51.69 2.160 54.86
8.70 2.259 57.38 54.99
2.062 52.37 2.005 50.93 2.115 53.72 H
1.875 47.63 1.822 46.28 1.935 49.15
11.00 2.065 52.45 1.972 50.09
1.812 46.02 1.760 44.70 1.865 47.37
2.812 71.42 2.760 70.10 2.865 72.77
9.30 2.992 76.00 2.867 72.82 A
2.750 69.85 2.660 67.56 2.805 71.25
12.95 2.750 69.85 2.625 66.68 2.562 65.07 2.472 62.79 2.615 66.42
3.500 88.90
15.80 2.548 64.72 2.423 61.54 2.312 58.72 2.230 56.64 2.390 60.71
H
16.70 2.480 62.99 2.355 59.82 2.250 57.15   2.302 58.47
17.05 2.440 61.98 2.315 58.80 2.188 55.58 2.098 53.29 2.225 56.52
11.00 3.476 88.29 2.351 85.12 3.312 84.12 3.256 82.70  
11.60 3.428 87.07 3.303 83.90 3.250 82.55 3.160 80.26  
4.000 101.60 A
13.40 3.340 84.84 3.215 81.66 3.125 79.38 3.072 78.03 3.200 81.28
16.50 3.140 79.76 3.015 76.58 2.812 71.42 2.760 70.10 2.865 72.77
11.60 4.000 101.60 3.875 98.43 3.870 98.30
3.812 96.82 3.759 95.48
 
12.75 3.958 100.53 3.833 97.36
3.805 96.65
3.750 95.25 3.695 93.85
3.795  
13.50 3.920 99.57 96.39
3.688 93.68 3.625 92.08 3.740 95.00
4.500 114.30 15.10 3.826 97.18 3.701 94.01 3.625 92.08 3.562 90.47 3.695 93.85 A
16.90 3.740 95.00 3.615 91.82 3.562 90.47 3.510 89.15 3.610 91.69
16.90 3.740 95.00 3.615 91.82
3.347 87.30 3.347 85.01 3.500 88.90
18.80 3.640 92.46 3.615 89.28
3.312 84.12 3.256 82.70 3.375 85.73
21.60 3.500 88.90 3.375 85.73
3.250 82.55 3.160 80.26 3.305 83.95
4.312 109.52 4.255 108.08 4.390 111.51
11.50 4.560 115.82 4.435 112.65
4.305 109.35
4.250 107.95  
 
15.00 4.408 111.96 4.283 108.79
4.200 106.68
4.125 104.78 4.035 102.49
 
18.00 4.276 108.61 4.151 105.44
5.000 127.00 4.090 103.89 A
4.000 101.60 3.900 99.06
 
20.80 4.156 105.56 4.031 102.39
3.875 98.43   3.950 100.33
3.812 96.82 3.759 95.48 3.870 98.30
23.20 4.044 102.72 3.919 99.54
3.750 95.25 3.695 93.85 3.805 96.65
26.70 3.876 98.45 3.751 95.28 3.625 92.08 3.562 90.47 3.595 91.31
15.50 4.950 125.73 4.825 122.56 4.750 120.65 4.660 118.36 4.820 122.43
4.625 117.48   4.710 119.63
17.00 4.892 124.26 4.767 121.08
4.562 115.87 4.470 113.54 4.650 118.11
20.00 4.778 121.36 4.653 118.19
5.500 139.70 A
23.00 4.670 118.62 4.545 115.44 4.437 112.70   4.520 114.81
26.00 4.548 115.52 4.423 112.34 4.390
4.312 109.52 4.255 108.08 111.51

28.40 4.440 112.78 4.315 109.60
4.250 107.95 4.135 105.03 4.305 109.35
26.00 6.276 159.41 6.151 156.24 6.000 152.40   6.058 153.87
29.00 6.184 157.07 6.059 153.90 5.950 151.13 5.850 148.59 6.020 152.91
32.00 6.094 154.79 5.969 151.61 5.875 149.23   5.960 151.38
7.000 177.80 33.70 6.048 153.62 5.923 150.44 5.812 147.62 5.690 144.83 5.880 149.35 A
35.00 6.004 152.50 5.879 149.33 5.750 146.05 5.625 142.88 5.840 148.34
38.00 5.920 150.37 5.795 147.19 5.625 142.88 5.500 139.70 5.705 144.91
42.70 5.750 146.05 5.626 142.90 5.312 134.92 5.187 131.75  
5k
9.625 244.48 47.00 8.861 220.50 8.525 216.54 8.405 213.49 8.3 210.82 8.47 215.14
(344.7 bar)

 Top No-Go not available.


Bottom No-Go not available.
A= 10k psi (689.48 bar) from above and below; K= 10k psi (689.48 bar) from above and 15k psi (1034.21 bar) from below.

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Sur-Set Running/Pulling Tool Guide


Sealbore Fishing Neck ID Model D™ Probe for Model D™ Probe for
Model A™ Running Tool Model GS™ Pulling Tool
in. mm in. mm Type A Lock Type H Lock
1.710 43.43
1.781 45.24
1.812 46.02

1.06 26.92 H811-55-0302 N/A Built-in with Running Tool H811-42-1555


1.875 HF 47.63

1.875 HF 47.63 H811-55-0304 H811-56-2300 N/A


2.062 52.37
1.38 35.05 H811-56-3000 H811-42-1875
2.125 53.98 H811-55-3000 N/A
2.188 55.58 H811-56-3200
2.250 57.15 H811-56-3500 N/A
2.312 58.72 1.81 45.97 H811-55-3500 H811-56-3701 H811-56-3704 H811-42-2315
2.562 65.07 N/A H811-56-4101
2.750 69.85
2.31 58.67 H811-55-0701 H811-56-4300 H811-42-2755
2.812 71.42
3.125 79.38
H811-56-4800
3.250 82.55 H811-55-4601
3.312 84.12 H811-56-5000
2.62 66.55 H811-42-3125
3.347 87.30
H811-56-5200
3.562 90.47 H811-55-5200
3.625 92.08 H811-56-5300
3.688 93.68
H811-56-5401
3.750 95.25
H811-55-6002
3.812 96.82
H811-56-5800
3.875 98.43
H811-42-3685
4.000 101.60 3.12 79.25
4.125 104.78
H811-56-6000
4.250 107.95 H811-55-6003
4.312 109.52
4.437 112.70 H811-56-6100 H811-42-3865
4.562 115.87 H811-56-6700
4 101.60 H811-55-1701 H811-42-4565
4.750 120.65 H811-56-6900
5.312 134.92 H811-56-7300
H811-55-7400
5.625 142.88 H811-56-7400
5.750 146.05
H811-56-7500 H811-50-5250
5.812 147.62 4.25 107.95 H811-55-1700
Model M™ Pulling Tool
5.875 149.23 H811-56-8602
5.950 151.13
H811-55-6900 H811-56-9000
6.000 152.40
8.405 213.49 7.12 180.85 H811-55-8400 H811-56-8400 H811-42-8600
N/A = Non-Applicable.

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F and R

Baker Hughes Models F and R Flow Control System


The subsurface control of fluid flow, both tubing to casing and within the tubing is a very important part of efficient completion and production
practices. Baker Hughes flow control equipment designed to set in sliding sleeves and seating nipples can be described as consisting of two basic
modules. The lock module that holds the product in place and the flow control module. The interchangeability of the two basic components, plus
adapters in some cases, means that many specifically tailored products can be assembled together easily and quickly from a minimum number of
stocked modules. This interchangeability means that Baker Hughes flow control equipment is both economical as well as versatile.

The basic seating nipple of the Baker Hughes flow control system is the Model F™ non-ported nipple. This nipple will accept selective, top no-go
non-flowing and top no-go flowing locks. Selective indicates that the lock will pass through any number of seating nipple sealbores until the
selected nipple is reached for deployment. Top no-go locks indicate that they have a shoulder that seats in the upper portion (top of sealbore) of
the Model F nipple.

The Model R™ non-ported seating nipple is also available and has a shoulder at the bottom below, the sealbore area that the bottom no-go locks
seat on. Bottom no-go non-flowing and flowing locks offer some selectivity in that they will pass through Model F nipples until they reach the
Model R nipple.

Flow control modules that blank off flow, check flow from above or below, choke flow along with separation sleeves and instrument hangers can
be made up to the bottoms of the locks.

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F and R

Model F Seating Nipples


Product Family Nos. H80150 (Alloy Steel), and H80151 (Stainless Steel)

Model R Seating Nipples


Product Family Nos. H80155 (Alloy Steel), and H80156 (Stainless Steel)
APPLICATION
The Model F™ seating nipple is a top no-go or selective seating nipple that provides for the location of various
wireline flow control devices in the production string. The Model R™ seating nipple is a bottom no-go seating
nipple that provides for the location of various wireline flow control devices in the production string. The
location and number of seating nipples should be carefully considered in the completion planning stages
to allow maximum versatility in the positioning of various flow control accessories. Models F and R seating
nipples are manufactured per NACE MR-01-75 (latest revision).

Features/Benefits
„„Material selection - alloy steel, stainless steel and 9Chrome -1Moly are heattreated to
NACE specifications
„„Sealbore - contoured and polished to pass chevron packing without damage
Model F Seating Nipple
„„Integral locking groove Sizes: 1.18 - 3.81
„„OD same as coupling OD with properties corresponding to N-80 or better (Except 2.06, 3.12, and 3.31)
Product Family No. H80150
„„Available in API and premium threads
„„Nipples ordered with turned-down ODs correspond to turned-down N-80 couplings in diameter
and properties

Models F and Model R seating nipples may be used for the following operations:
„„Land blanking plugs to shut in well or to test the production tubing
„„Land velocity type safety valves (SSCSV)
„„Land equalizing check valves
„„Land circulating blanking plugs
„„Land chokes to reduce surface flowing pressures or to have pressure drops downhole to prevent surface
freezing in gas production
„„Land instrument hangers with geophysical devices such as pressure and temperature recorders
„„Prevent loss of wireline workstring in some cases

Model R Seating Nipple


Sizes: 1.18 - 3.81
(Except 2.06, 3.12, and 3.31)
Product Family No. H80155

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MODEL “F”™ SEATING NIPPLES, PRODUCT NOS. 801-50 AND 801-51


SPECIFICATION GUIDE
Tubing Nipple
OD Seal Bore Min OD (B)
(A)
In. mm In. mm Size In. mm
1.660 42,16 1.187 30,15 1.18 1.875 47,63
1.900 48,26 1.437 36,50 1.43 2.109 53,57
1.500 38,10 1.50

2-1/16 53,37 1.562 39,67 1.56 2.250 57,15


1.781 45,24 1.78

2-3/8 60,33 1.812 46,02 1.81 2.560 65,02


1.875 47,63 1.87

2.062 52,37 2.06

2-7/8 73,02 2.250 57,15 2.25 3.109 78,97


2.312 58,72 2.31

2.562 65,07 2.56

3-1/2 88,90 2.750 69,85 2.75 3.687 93,65


2.812 71,42 2.81

3.125 79,38 3.12

4 101,60 3.250 82,55 3.25

3.312 84,12 3.31

3.688 93,68 3.68

4-1/2 114,30 3.750 95,25 3.75


3.812 96,82 3.81

4.000 101,60 4.00

5 127,00 4.125 104,78 4.12 Coupling

4.312 109,52 4.31 OD

5-1/2 139,70 4.562 115,87 4.56

4.750 120,65 4.75

6-5/8 168,28 5.250 133,35 5.25

5.500 139,70 5.50

7 177,80 5.750 146,05 5.75

5.953 151,21 5.95

7-5/8 193,68 6.125 155,58 6.12

6.375 161,92 6.37


(A)
Other sizes for heavy weight tubing are available on request.
(B)
Nipples are normally manufactured to tubing joint OD or coupling OD. Nipples cannot be manufactured with smaller ODs than indicated in the chart above.

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MODEL “R”™ SEATING NIPPLE


Alloy Steel – Product No. 801-55
Stainless Steel – Product No. 801-56
The Model “R” Seating Nipple is a bot- APPLICATIONS
tom no-go seating nipple that provides Model “R” Seating Nipples may be used
for the location of various wireline flow for the following operations:
control devices in the production string. • Land blanking plugs to shut in the well
The location and number of Model or to test the production tubing
“R” Seating Nipples should be carefully • Land velocity type safety valves
considered in the completion planning (SSCSV)
stages to allow maximum versatility in • Land equalizing check valves
the positioning of various flow control • Land circulating blanking plugs
accessories. • Prevent loss of wireline workstring in
Model “R” Seating Nipples are manu- some cases
factured per NACE MR-01-75 (latest re- • Land chokes to reduce surface flow-
vision). ing pressures or to have pressure drops
downhole to prevent surface freezing
FEATURES/BENEFITS in gas production
• Material selection — alloy steel, stain- • Land instrument hangers with geo-
less steel and 9Cr-1Mo are heat- physical devices such as pressure and
treated to NACE recommendations temperature recorders
(hardness is 18-22 Rc)
• Seal bores — contoured and polished ORDERING EXAMPLE:
Model “R” Seating Nipples
• Integral locking groove PRODUCT NO. 801-55
Sizes: 1.18 - 3.81 • OD same as coupling OD with proper- SIZE: 2.25 MODEL “R” SEATING NIPPLE w/2-7/8"
OD EU 8 Rd Box x Pin for 6.5 lb/ft N-80 tubing.
(Except 2.06, 3.12 and 3.31)
ties corresponding to N-80 or better
• Nipples ordered with turned-down ODs
correspond to turned-down N-80 cou-
plings in diameter and properties
• Safety feature — bottom no-go nipple
prevents the loss of wireline tools when
they are inadvertently dropped or re-
leased during running or retrieving

Model “R” Seating Nipples


Sizes: 2.06, 3.12, 3.31
and 4.00 - 5.95

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F and R

Models FWG, RZG, and FSG Bypass Blanking


Plugs With Removable Mandrel
Product Family Nos. H80688, H80689, and H80687
APPLICATION
The Model FWG™ bypass blanking plug is a top no-go wireline retrievable tubing
plug that is designed with a removable mandrel for equalizing pressures.

The Model RZG™ bypass blanking plug is a bottom no-go wireline retrievable tubing
plug that is designed with a removable mandrel for equalizing pressures.

The Model FSG™ bypass blanking plug is a selectively run wireline retrievable
tubing plug that is designed with a removable mandrel for equalizing pressures.

The removable mandrel is held in the bypass position by the running tool, to allow
fluid bypass when landing in the seating nipple. When the plug is locked into the
desired seating nipple, the removable mandrel is shifted and locked to close the
bypass ports.

To equalize, a standard wireline pulling tool latches onto and retrieves the
removable mandrel. After the pressures have been equalized through the bypass
ports, the plug may be retrieved with a standard pulling tool and proper probe.

Model H Bottom for Models FMH and RKH Bypass


Blanking Plugs With Removable Mandrel
Product Family Nos. H80690 and H80691
APPLICATION
The Model FMH™ bypass blanking plug is a top no-go wireline retrievable tubing
plug that is designed with a removable mandrel for equalizing pressures.

The Model RKH™ bypass blanking plug is a bottom no-go wireline retrievable tubing
plug that is designed with a removable mandrel for equalizing pressures.
Model FWG Blanking Plugs
The bypass blanking plug is run without the removable mandrel to allow fluid Product Family No. H80688
bypass when landing in the seating nipple. The plug is securely locked in place and
then the mandrel is landed in the plug to close bypass ports.

To equalize, a standard wireline running and pulling tool latches onto and retrieves
the removable mandrel. After pressures have been equalized through the bypass
ports, the plug may be retrieved with a standard running and pulling tool.

Model M Bottom for Model FMH


Blanking Plug
Product Family No. H80690

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MODEL “FWG”™ BYPASS removable mandrel for equalizing pres-


BLANKING PLUG WITH sures.
REMOVABLE MANDREL The removable mandrel is held in the
Product No. 806-88 bypass position by the running tool, to
MODEL “RZG”™ BYPASS allow fluid bypass when landing in the
BLANKING PLUG WITH seating nipple. When the plug is locked
REMOVABLE MANDREL into the desired seating nipple, the re-
Product No. 806-89 movable mandrel is shifted and locked to
close the bypass ports.
The Model “FWG” Bypass Blanking Plug To equalize, a standard wireline pull-
is a top no-go wireline retrievable tubing ing tool latches onto and retrieves the
plug that is designed with a removable removable mandrel. After the pressures
mandrel for equalizing pressures. have been equalized through the bypass
The Model “RZG” Bypass Blanking ports, the plug may be retrieved with a
Plug is a bottom no-go wireline retriev- standard pulling tool and proper probe.
able tubing plug that is designed with a

SPECIFICATION GUIDE
To Run To Pull
Tubing Seal Max OD Removable
OD Bore Size In. “C-1” Running Mandrel Plug
In. In. mm Tool Pulling “B” Probe
mm mm FWG RZG FWG RZG Prod. No. 811-06 Tool (A) Prod. No. 812-07
1.43 1.43 1.49 1.42
1.90 36,5 37,5 36,2
48,2 1.50 1.50 1.55 1.49 1.90 40SB6, 40RB14
38,1 39,4 37,8 JUC15174 or 1.90 (B)
2-1/16 1.56 1.56 1.61 1.55 JDC15154
52,3 39,6 41,0 39,4
1.78 1.78 1.86 1.77
45,2 47,3 44,9
2-3/8 1.81 1.81 1.86 1.80
60,3 46,0 47,3 45,7 40RB17, 40SB1
1.87 1.87 1.92 1.86 2-3/8 JUC-TD15185 2-3/8
47,6 48,9 47,3 or
2.12 NA 2.12 NA 2.11 JDC-TD15169
53,9 53,7
2.18 2.18 NA 2.22 NA
2-7/8 55,5 56,4
73,0 2.25 2.25 2.30 2.24 2-7/8
57,1 58,4 56,8 40RB18, 40SB2,
2.31 2.31 2.36 2.30 2-7/8 JUC-TD15189
58,7 60,0 58,4 or
JDC-TD15171 2.56
2.56 2.56 2.62 2.55
65,0 66,6 64,8
Model “FWG” Model “RZG” 2.75 2.75 2.80 2.74
Product No. 806-88 Product No. 806-89 3-1/2 69,8 71,1 69,5 40RB19, 40SB9,
88,9 2.81 2.81 NA 2.86 NA 3-1/2 JUC-TD15191 3-1/2
71,4 72,7 or

ORDERING EXAMPLES: 2.87 2.87 NA 2.91 NA JDC-TD15181


73,0 74,0
PRODUCT NO. 806-88
SIZE: 1.81 MODEL “FWG” BYPASS BLANKING
3.68 3.68 3.74 3.67
PLUG w/REMOVABLE MANDREL AND two 3/16" 93,6 94,9 93,4
Equalizing Holes w/locks trailing (or retracted) 4-1/2 3.75 3.75 3.80 3.74 4-1/2 40RB20 or 4-1/2
PRDUCT NO. 806-89 114,3 95,2 96,5 94,9 40SB10
SIZE: 1.81 MODEL “RZG” BYPASS BLANKING 3.81 3.81 3.86 3.80
PLUG w/REMOVABLE MANDREL and two 3/16" 96,8 98,14 96,57
Equalizing Holes w/locks trailing (or retracted)
(A)
See running and pulling tool specification guide for required OD’s.
(B)
When ordering specify pin thread: 3/8-16N pin for “SB” and “RB” Tools, 1/2-13N pin for “JDC” and “JUC” Tools.

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MODEL “FSG”™ BYPASS


BLANKING PLUG WITH
REMOVABLE MANDREL
Product No. 806-87
The Model “FSG” Bypass Blanking Plug is a To equalize, a standard wireline pulling tool
selectively run wireline retrievable tubing plug latches onto and retrieves the removable man-
that is designed with a removable mandrel for drel. After the pressures have been equalized
equalizing pressures. through the bypass ports, the plug may be
The removable mandrel is held in the bypass retrieved with a standard pulling tool and proper
position by the running tool, to allow fluid bypass probe.
when running through several of the same size
nipples. When the plug is locked into the desired ORDERING EXAMPLE:
PRODUCT NO. 806-87
seating nipple, the removable mandrel is shifted
SIZE: 1.81 MODEL “FSG” BYPASS PLANKING PLUG WITH
and locked to close the bypass ports. REMOVABLE MANDREL and two 3/16" Equalizing Holes

SPECIFICATION GUIDE
To Run To Pull
Tubing Seal No-Go Selective Removable
OD Bore Locating “G” Mandrel Plug
Size Ring OD “C-1” Running Running
In. In. In. Tool, Prod. Tool, Prod. Pulling “A” Probe
mm mm mm No. 811-06 No. 811-08 Tool (A) Prod. No. 812-06
1.43 1.43 1.46
1.90 36,5 37,2 40RB14, JUC15174
48,2 1.50 1.50 1.52 40SB6, JDC15154
38,1 38,6 1.90 1.90 (B)
1.56 1.56 1.59 40RB14, 40RB21
2-1/16 39,6 40,4 40SB6, 40SB8
52,3 1.62 1.62 1.65 JUC15174 or
41,2 42,0 JDC15154
1.78 1.78 1.80
45,2 45,9
2-3/8 1.81 1.81 1.84 40RB17, 40SB1 2-3/8
60,3 46,0 46,8 2-3/8 JUC-TD15185
1.87 1.87 1.90 or
47,6 48,4 JDC-TD15169
2.18 2.18 2.22 NA
55,5 56,3
2-7/8 2.25 2.25 2.28 2-7/8
73,0 57,1 57,9 40RB18, 40SB2,
2.31 2.31 2.34 2-7/8 JUC-TD15189
58,7 59,5 or
2.56 2.56 2.59 NA JDC-TD15171 2.56
65,0 65,8
2.75 2.75 2.78
3-1/2 69,8 70,6 40RB19, 40SB9,
88,9 2.81 2.81 2.84 3-1/2 JUC-TD15191 3-1/2
71,4 72,2 or
2.87 2.87 2.90 NA JDC-TD15181
73,0 73,8
3.68 3.68 3.71
93,6 94,4
4-1/2 3.75 3.75 3.78 4-1/2 40RB20 4-1/2
144,3 95,2 96,0 40SB10
3.81 3.81 3.83
96,8 97,4
(A)
See running and pulling tool specification guide for required ODs. Model “FSG”
(B)
When ordering, specify pin thread: 3/8-16N pin for “SB” and “RB” tools, 1/2-13N pin for “JDC” and “JUC” tools. Product No. 806-87

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F and R

Model FB-2 Equalizing Check Valve


Product Family No. H80935 (Top No-Go)

Model RB-2 Equalizing Check Valve


Product Family No. H80936 (Bottom No-Go)

Model V Equalizing Check Valves


Product Family Nos. H80902 (FSV), H80902 (FWV), H80904 (RZV), and H80905 (RVK)
APPLICATION
The Baker Hughes equalizing check valves, sometimes called standing valves, prevent downward
flow while allowing upward flow through the device. These wireline retrievable check valves are
run and landed in Baker Hughes components with Models F™ or R™ profiles. They are used to test
tubing, set hydraulic packers and prevent fluids from entering the formation during intermitted gas Model FB-2
lift installation. Equalizing Check Valve
Product Family No. H80935

The Model FB-2™ equalizing check valves are complete units (not flow control bottoms) used to land
on the top no-go shoulder of a Baker Hughes Model F seating nipple. The no-go shoulder prevents
downward movement, but the valves are not locked into the nipple to prevent upward movement.
The check valve is equalized by shifting open large bypass ports during retrieval operations.

The Model RB-2™ equalizing check valves are complete units (not flow control bottoms) that seat on
the bottom no-go shoulder of a Baker Hughes Model R seating nipple. The no-go shoulder prevents
downward movement, but the valves are not locked into the nipple to prevent upward movement.
The check valve is equalized by shifting open large bypass ports during retrieval operations.

The Model V™ equalizing check valve bottom when attached to the proper lock is landed into
a Baker Hughes Model F or Model R seating nipple or sliding sleeve. It cannot be run with a
Model S™ Lock because the ball cannot be held off the seat during running and landing. For
retrieval it can be equalized by breaking the equalizing plug.

Features/Benefits
„„Large flow area
„„Fluid bypass for retrieval Model RB-2
Equalizing Check Valve
„„Single-trip installation and removal
Product Family No. H80936
„„Simple design

Model V Equalizing Check


Valve Bottom
Product Family No. H80902

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MODEL “FB-2”™ EQUALIZING CHECK VALVE


Product No. 809-35 (Top No-Go)
MODEL “RB-2”™ EQUALIZING CHECK VALVE
Product No. 809-36 (Bottom No-Go)
MODEL “V” EQUALIZING CHECK VALVES
“FSV”™, Product No. 809-02
“FWV”™, Product No. 809-03
“RZV”™, Product No. 809-04
“RKV”™, Product No. 809-05

Baker’s Equalizing Check Valves, sometimes called “stand-


ing valves”, prevent downward flow while allowing upward
flow. These wireline retrievable check valves are run and
landed in Baker components with “F” or “R” type profiles.

ORDERING EXAMPLE:
PRODUCT NO. 809-35
SIZE: 1.87 MODEL “FB-2” EQUALIZING
Model “FB-2” Model “RB-2” Model “V” Equalizing CHECK VALVE
Equalizing Check Valve Equalizing Check Valve Check Valve
Product No. 809-35 Product No. 809-36

SPECIFICATION GUIDE
To Run To Pull(A) To Run To Pull(A)
Max Max
Tubing Seal OD
Size OD Tubing Seal Size
OD Bore “C-1” Running
OD Bore “C-1” Running
In. In. Tool In. In. Tool
mm mm Prod. No. Pulling Tool mm mm Prod. No. Pulling Tool
In. In. “FB-2” “RB-2” “FB-2” “RB-2” 811-06
In. In. 811-06
mm mm “FB-2” “RB-2” “FB-2” “RB-2”
mm mm
1.187 1.240 1.177
1.18 3.125 3.175 3.115 40RB19
1.660 30,15 31,50 29,90 3.12
1.660 40RB11 or 40SM4 4 79,38 80,65 79,12 40SB9
42,16 1.250 1.302 3-1/2
1.25 — — 42,16 101,60
3.312 3.406 3.302 JUC-TD15191 or
31,75 33,07 3.31 88,90
84,12 96,51 83,87 JDC-TD15181
1.437 1.495 1.427
1.43 3.688 3.740 3.678
1.900 36,50 37,97 36,25 40RB14, JUC15174, 3.68
93,68 95,00 93,42
48,26 1.500 1.50 1.552 1.490 40SB6 or JDC 5154
38,10 39,42 37,85 4-1/2 3.750 3.802 3.740
3.75
1.900 114,30 95,25 95,57 95,00
1.562 1.615 1.552 40RB14, 40RB21,
1.56 3.812 3.875 3.802
2-1/16 39,67 41,02 39,42 48,26 40SB6, 40SB8 3.81
96,82 98,43 96,57
52,37 1.625 1.62 — 1.672 — JUC15174 or
41,28 42,47 JDC15154 4.000 4.090 3.990
4.00
101,60 103,89 101,35
1.781 1.803 1.771
1.78 5 4.125 4.215 4.115
45,24 45,80 44,98 4.12
127,00 104,78 107,06 104,52
2-3/8 1.812 1.865 1.802
1.81 40RB17, 40SB1, 4.312 4.385 4.302
60,33 46,02 47,37 45,77 2-3/8 JUC-TD15185 or 4.31
109,52 111,38 109,27
1.875 1.905 1.865 JDC-TD15169
1.87 4.562 4.653 4.552 40RB20
47,63 48,39 47,37 60,33
5-1/2 115,87 4.56 118,19 115,62 40SB10
2.062 2.115 2.052 139,70 4-1/2
2.06 4.750 4.840 4.740 JUC-TD15193 or
52,37 53,72 52,12 4.75
120,65 122,94 120,40 114,30 JDC-TD15183
2-7/8 2.250 2.302 2.240
2.25 5.250 5.353 5.240
73,02 57,15 58,47 56,90 40RB18, 40SB2, 5.25
6-5/8 133,35 135,97 133,10
2.312 2.364 2.302 168,28
2.31 2-7/8 JUC-TD15189 or 5.500 5.600 5.490
58,72 60,05 58,47 5.50
139,70 142,24 139,45
2.562 2.56 2,625 2.552 73,02 JDC-TD15171
65,07 66,68 64,82 5.750 5,875 5,740
5.75
7 146,05 149,23 145,80
3-1/2 2.750 2.802 2.740 40RB19 177,80
2.75 5.953 5.985 5,943
88,90 69,85 71,17 69,60 3-1/2 40SB9 5.95
151,21 152,02 150,95
2.812 2.865 JUC-TD15191 or
2.81 — — 88,90 6.125 6.247 6.115
71,42 72,77 JDC-TD15181 6.12
7-5/8 155,58 158,67 155,32
(A)
See running and pulling tool specification guide for required ODs. 193,68 6.375 6.497 6.365
6.37
161,92 165,02 161,67

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Sliding Sleeves

Sliding Sleeves
In oil and gas well completions, sliding sleeves provide a means of communication between the tubing and the annulus for fluid circulation or
selective-zone production or injection.

Baker Hughes has pioneered the flow control market for decades, designing and manufacturing best-in-class products, including the most
reliable sliding sleeves available in the market. Baker Hughes offers a wide range of sliding sleeves models which characteristics vary
according to the applications they were designed for.

The Model CM™ family of sliding sleeves is designed for applications that require high performance tools; its non-elastomeric design combined
with several other unique features provides excellent service in high pressure, temperature and flow conditions. The Model CM sliding sleeve
is the most reliable and efficient sliding sleeve available and is the design platform for the rest of the Baker Hughes sliding sleeves.

The Model CD 6000™ and Model CU 6000™ are lower cost versions of the Model CM sliding sleeves; they are designed for applications where
downhole conditions are mild and do not require high performance tools. The Models CD 6000 and CU 6000 offer the same unique features of
the Model CM sliding sleeve but with different seals, which are a combination of elastomeric and thermoplastic elements. Also, QPQ coating
is not offered.

The Model SLCM™ is the slimline version of the Model CM sliding sleeves and is designed specially for selective gravel pack applications where
the sliding sleeves are run inside the sand control screens. They also may be used in applications where casing to tubing clearance is limited.

The Model CMP™ (pressure operated CM) family of sliding sleeves is designed for applications where mechanical shifting with slick line tools
is impaired due to the presence of heavy mud or the geometry of highly deviated wells.

Baker Hughes also offers interventionless or remote actuated sliding sleeves that are designed for intelligent well applications. The Model
HCM™ is a control line hydraulic operated Model CM sliding sleeve and the IPR (intelligent production regulator) is an electric actuated
infinitively variable sliding sleeve.

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Sliding Sleeves

Models CMD and CMU Non-Elastomeric Sliding Sleeves


Product Family Nos. H81080 and H81079
APPLICATION
The Model CM™ series sliding sleeves are high-performance,
equalizing sliding sleeves which allow communication between the
tubing and annulus for circulation or selective-zone production. When
desired, the sleeve can be shifted open or closed using standard Non-Elestomeric seal

wireline methods and a B-type shifting tool. The tool is designed


such that any lock profile and compatible sealbores can be specified
to accept a wide range of wireline locks and accessories. The sleeve
is available in Model CMD™, downshift-to-open or Model CMU™,
Flow Port
upshift-to-open versions.
Diffuser Ring
The nominal working specifications for the sleeve, in most cases, Equalizing Slot
are burst, collapse and tensile equal to N-80 tubing, 375°F (191°C)
service temperature with a 1,500 psi (103 bar) maximum shifting
differential. The sleeves have been designed in four standard
materials; 4140, 9 Chrome-1Moly, 13% Cr, and Nickel Alloy 718 for
a wide range of services.

In designing the Model CM series sliding sleeves, several unique


features have been combined to upgrade seal performance and
increase service life.

Features/Benefits
„„A specially designed diffuser ring made of high-strength thermoplastic is critically spaced between the flow ports and the upper
packing unit. This prevents damage to the upper packing unit during shifting by controlling the rush of fluid or gas, and lessens the
likelihood of tool string damage by providing for slow equalization of high differentials.
„„The seal stack is manufactured from proprietary, high strength, non-elastomeric compounds that are chemically inert and 30%
stronger than commercially available materials. Rather than becoming hard and brittle or bonding to the metal, as is the case with
elastomeric materials, our seal compound actually behaves as a lubricant, alleviating seal bonding problems.
„„Mill slots replace drill holes as flow ports on both the housing and the insert to allow more flow area, reduce erosion and allow higher
torque and tensile strength through the sleeve.
„„Locating the threaded connection inside the primary seal stack eliminates the need for O-ring thread seals and cuts the number of
potential leak paths in half.
„„A locking, angled torque shoulder replaces traditional square shoulder to allow higher torques and reduce thread back-off.
„„The threat of galling is further reduced by coating critical metallic components with proprietary surface treatments. This assures that
the sleeve will be redressable in the future even when ordered in CRA materials. These coatings also provide corrosion and erosion
resistance. Alloy and stainless steel grades are treated with QPQ coating which has performed flawlessly since 1985. High nickel
alloys are coated with the Baker Hughes’ BAKERTRON™ ion plating process.
„„Modular design permits conversion from a Model CMD™ to Model CMU™ or vice versa by only changing the upper and lower subs.

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Sliding Sleeves

Designed in four Built-in landing nipple available


standard materials with Baker Models F™, Sur-Set™,
4140, 9Chrome-1Moly, 13 AF™, or most any other profiles.
Chrome and Nickel Alloy 718. This profile can be used in
Compression, burst and tensile conjunction with the lower
properties are compatible with polished bore to land flow
N-80 tubing. Optional designs control devices.
with higher strengths are available
on request.

Spacing between seals and


diffuser system is critical to the
long-term life of the system. This High performance seal
allows the flow ports on the closing system The Model CM sleeve
sleeve to fully bypass the seals is equipped with a specially
before equalization occurs. configured, chemically inert seal
system composed of proprietary
thermoplastic compounds.
These state-ofthe- art seals
will function in virtually any
environment up to maximum of
375°F (191°C)
Self-locking Unique thermoplastic
threaded connection diffuser ring
located inside the seal system This thermoplastic ring slows
eliminates the need for elastomeric the high pressure rush of fluids
thread seals and prevents the over the seal stack during
assembly from backing shifting. Combined with a high
off downhole. performance seal stack, this
ring allows the Model CM sleeve
to be shifted through 25 open
and closed cycles (50 shifts
at maximum temperature and
shifting differential) without
damage. O-ring and T-seal
Equalizing slots configurations in the same
Testing proves that slots cause situation last less than 5 cycles.
less damage to seals during
shifting than equalizing holes.
Large communication ports
The ports are sized to be larger
than the sealbore of the sleeve
so as not to restrict the flow
of fluids.

Simplified shifting and equalizing


Baker Hughes Model CM™
equalizing tool, run in tandem with
a Model B™ or a Baker Hughes
Model CM shifting tool, assures
proper positioning for equalization.
The Model CM equalizing tool
is used to shift the sleeve to the
equalizing position. Once equalized
the Model B or Model CM shifting
tool is used to fully open the
sleeve. (The Model CM equalizing Three position collet
tool is optional and is not required Closed, equalized, open
for seal protection.)

Smooth shifting after introduction


to the well environment Lower polished bore
(temperature, chemicals, corrosion)
the Model CM sleeve shifts as
easily as on surface. Tests show
that the Model CM shifts at the
same force as comparable sleeves.

Closed Equalized Open

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Sliding Sleeves

Models CD 6000 and CU 6000


Sliding Sleeves
Product Family No. H81000
APPLICATION
The Models CD 6000™ and CU 6000™ series sliding sleeves are high-
performance, equalizing sliding sleeves which allow communication
between the tubing and annulus for circulation or selective-zone
production. When desired, the sleeve can be shifted open or closed
using standard wireline methods and a B-type shifting tool. The tool
is designed such that any lock profile and compatible sealbores can
be specified to accept a wide range of wireline locks and accessories.
The sleeve is available in Model CD 6000 downshift-to-open or Model
CU 6000 upshift-to-open versions.

The nominal working pressure for the sleeve is 6,000 psi (413.69 bar)
at 275°F (135°C) service temperature. The sleeve is manufactured of
low alloy steel.

In designing the Models CD 6000 and CU 6000 series sliding sleeves,


several unique features have been combined to upgrade seal
performance and increase service life.

Features/Benefits
„„A specially designed diffuser ring made of highstrength
thermoplastic is critically spaced between the flow ports and
the upper packing unit. This prevents damage to the upper
packing unit during shifting by controlling the rush of fluid
or gas, and lessens the likelihood of tool string damage by
providing for slow equalization of high differentials
„„Mill slots replace drill holes as flow ports on both the
housing and the insert to allow more flow area, reduce
erosion and allow higher torque and tensile strength
through the sleeve
„„Locating the threaded connection inside the primary seal
stack eliminates the need for o-ring thread seals and reduces
the number of potential leak paths
„„A locking, angled torque shoulder replaces traditional square
shoulder to allow higher torques and reduce thread back off
„„Modular design permits conversion from a Model CD 6000
to Model CU 6000 or vice versa by only changing the upper
and lower subs
„„Proprietary non-elastomeric and elastomeric compounds
enhance a sealing system designed for diverse environments

Model CD 6000 Sliding Sleeve Model CU 6000 Sliding Sleeve


Product Family No. H81000 Product Family No. H81000

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MODELS “CMD” and “CMU”’ the need for o-ring thread seals and This assures that the sleeve will be
NON-ELASTOMERIC cuts the number of potential leak paths redressable in the future even when
SLIDING SLEEVES (Cont.) in half. ordered in CRA materials. These coat-
• A locking, angled torque shoulder re- ings also provide corrosion and ero-
• Mill slots replace drill holes as flow
places traditional square shoulder to sion resistance. Alloy and stainless
ports on both the housing and the
allow higher torques and reduce thread steel grades are treated with QPQ
insert to allow more flow area, reduce
back-off. coating which has performed flawlessly
erosion and allow higher torque and
• The threat of galling is further reduced since 1985. High nickel alloys are
tensile strength through the sleeve.
by coating critical metallic components coated with Baker Oil Tools’
• Locating the threaded connection in-
with proprietary surface treatments. BAKERTRON® ion plating process.
side the primary seal stack eliminates
• Modular design permits conversion
from a “CMD” to “CMU” or vice versa
NOTE: Ratings are based on 80,000 psi yield NACE material (AISI 4140-4145). by only changing the upper and lower
BAKERTRON is a registered trademark of Baker Oil Tools.
subs.

SPECIFICATION GUIDE
Tubing Seal Temp Tensile Torque Model “B” Halliburton “B” “CM” Selective “CM” Selective
Size Bore Min OD* °F lbs Limit Shifting Tool Shifting Tool Shifting Tool Equalizing Tool
In. mm In. mm In. mm ft-lbs Product No. Part No. Product No. Product No.
1.81 46,02 811-19-1801 42B0117 811-20-1810 811-21-1810
2-3/8 3.080 96,000 42B0164* or
60,33 1.87 47,63 78,23 811-19-1875 42B0116 811-20-1870 811-21-1870
2.18 55,57 3,500 811-19-2180 811-20-2180 811-21-2180
2-7/8 2.25 57,15 3.750 375 140,000 811-19-2250 42B0118 811-20-2250 811-21-2250
73,03 2.31 58,72 95,25 811-20-2310 811-21-2310
2.56 65,07 811-19-2560 811-20-2560 811-21-2560
3-1/2 2.75 69,85 4.280 182,600 4,000 811-19-2750 42B0146 811-20-2750 811-21-2750
88,90 2.81 71,42 108,71 811-19-2810 811-20-2810 811-21-2810
4 3.12 79,38 5.250 811-19-3120 42B0204 811-20-3120 811-21-3120
101,60 3.31 84,12 133,35 291,900 5,700 811-19-3310 42B0154 811-20-3310 811-21-3310
3.43 87,02 811-19-3430 42B0242 811-20-3430 811-21-3430
3.50 88,90 811-20-3500 811-21-3500
4-1/2 3.56 90,42 5.500 325 811-19-3500 Not Available 811-20-3560 811-21-3560
114,30 3.68 93,68 139,70 270,000 6,000 811-20-3680 811-21-3680
3.75 95,25 811-19-3680 42B0238 811-20-3750 811-21-3750
3.81 96,82 811-19-3810 42B0111 811-20-3810 811-21-3810
5 4.00 101,60 5.900 811-19-4000 811-20-4000 811-21-4000
127,00 4.12 104,78 149,86 315,000 5,500 811-19-4125 42B0171 811-20-4120 811-21-4120
5-1/2 4.31 109,52 6.500 300 811-19-4310 42B0207 811-20-4310 811-21-4430
139,70 4.56 115,87 165,10 351,000 6,200 811-19-4560 42B0153 811-20-4560 811-21-4560
7 5.62 142,74 8.300 628,000 8,700 N/A N/A 811-20-5620 811-21-5620
177,80 210,82
*Recommended

Tubing Size Seal Bore Minimum *Maximum ORDERING EXAMPLE:


In. Size Shifting Force Shifting Force PRDUCT NO. 810-80 or 810-79
mm In. mm (lbs) (lbs) SIZE: 2.31 x 2-7/8 MODEL “CMD” or “CMU”
1.81 46,02 800 SLIDING SLEEVE w/2-7/8" OD EU 8RD Box x Pin.
(One of four standard materials) 4140 etc.
2-3/8 - 3-1/2 1.87 47,63 400 650
60,33 - 88,90 2.25 - 2.81 57,15 - 71,42 750
4 - 5-1/2 3.31 - 4.56 84,12 - 115,87 500 950
101,60 - 139,70
7 5.62 142,74 800 1,800
177,80
*Cannot be turned down below this dimension.

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MODEL “L” ™ SLIDING SLEEVE


Product No. 810-04 — Standard Service
Product No. 810-12 — H2S Service
Product No. 810-14 — H2S - CO2 Service
The Model “L” Sliding Sleeve is a • Unique Seal Designs — The key to the
downhole flow control device mounted in overwhelming success of the Model
the production tubing. It effectively con- “L” Sliding Sleeve is in the closing
trols flow between the tubing and casing sleeve with its specially designed sets
annulus, by means of an internal sleeve of molded seals. The location of the
that is opened or closed by standard seals, their size, shape, composition
wireline methods. and fabrication — these and other
design features are major innovations
APPLICATIONS in closing sleeves. As shown in our
Sliding Sleeves may be used to estab- extensive testing and qualification pro-
lish tubing to annulus communication for gram, failure of sleeves to work prop-
such operations as: erly falls into two categories: (1) stick-
• Displacing the tubing or annulus fluid ing or binding of the closing sleeve,
after the X-mas tree is installed and (2) leaking due to damaged seals.
• Selective testing, treating and produc- The five diagrams illustrate some of
tion of individual zones in a multi-zone the reasons the Model “L” seal design
selective well performs so well.
• Using the tubing to “kick-off” the annu- • Protected Closing Sleeve — The clos-
lus in a tubing/annulus dual comple- ing sleeve is recessed so that there is
tion no danger of opening or closing the
• Producing more than one zone through sleeve by mistake while running
a single tubing string wireline tools through or while seating
• Killing a well by circulation a flow control device in the sliding
• Gas lifting sleeve.
• Landing a blanking plug in nipple pro- • Run in Tandem — Any number of
file to shut in well or when testing Model “L” Sliding Sleeves may be run
tubing in tandem and still accept wireline flow
• Landing commingling chokes in nipple control devices. Selective-type locks
profile will pass through as many of the
• Circulating inhibitors for corrosion sleeves as the operator chooses and
control seat in any sleeve he selects.
• Additional Seating Nipple — The up-
FEATURES/BENEFITS per sub of the Model “L” Sleeve has a
• Simple, Positive Control — With a seating nipple profile to land selective
Model “L” Sliding Sleeve, establishing or top no-go locking flow control
or closing off tubing-to-casing annulus devices.The lower seal sub has a
communication is simple, dependable honed bore that in combination with
and quick. This type of product makes the upper seating nipple can be uti-
it possible to close the ports without lized to land separation sleeves,
leaving any obstruction in the tubing chokes or blanking plugs.
once the shifting operation is com-
pleted. The Baker Model “D-2” Shift-
ing Tool is used to open (jarring up) or
close (jarring down) the Model “L” Slid-
ing Sleeve.
Model “L” Sliding Sleeve
Product No. 810-04

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MODEL “L”™ SLIDING SLEEVE


PRODUCT NO. 810-04 FINES AND SOLIDS CAN’T BUILD UP.
SPECIFICATION GUIDE
Seals are close to the ports, reducing the
Tubing OD Seal Bore
Size
OD (A) areas in which solids can build up to wedge
In. mm In. mm In. mm
or bind the sleeve. As the closing sleeve
1.187 30,15 1.18
42,16 55,54
1.660
1.250 31,75 1.25
2.187
shifts, any build-up is sheared out.
1.900 48,26 1.437 36,50 1.43 2.375 60,33
1.500 38,10 1.50

2-1/16 52,37 1.562 39,67 1.56 2.500 63,50


1.625 41,28 1.62
1.781 45,21 1.78
2-3/8 60,33 1.812 46,02 1.81 2.910 73,91
1.875 47,63 1.87

2-7/8 73,03 2.250 57,15 2.25 3.410 86,61


2.312 58,72 2.31 ROOM FOR GROWTH. Ordinary seals,
2.750 69,85 2.75
3-1/2 88,90 4.500 114,30 under heat and pressure, can swell with
2.812 71,42 2.81
3.125 79,38 3.12 enough force to bind the sleeve. The seals
4 101,60 3.250 82,55 3.25 5.000 127,00 have a special profile that allows room for
3.312 84,12 3.31
growth without binding.
3.688 93,68 3.68
4-1/2 114,30 3.750 95,25 3.75
3.812 96,82 3.81
4.000 101,60 4.00 5.500 139,70
5 127,00 4.125 104,78 4.12
4.312 109,52 4.31
5-1/2 139,70 4.562 115,87 4.56 6.050 153,67
6-5/8 168,28 7.390 187,71
7 177,80 5.500 139,70 5.50 7,656 194,46
7-5/8 193,68 8.500 215,90
(A)
OD’s shown are standard. Smaller OD’s can be supplied on request. TRAPPED PRESSURE BLEED-OFF. As
the closing sleeve shifts, the area between
ORDERING EXAMPLE:
the seals tend to trap pressures that might
PRODUCT NO. 810-04 cause pressure lock, but the seal design
SIZE: 1.87 MODEL “L” SLIDING SLEEVE w/2-3/8" OD EU 8 RD Box x Pin, for N-80 4.7 assures bleed-off of these pressures.
lb/ft tubing for Standard Service

SUPER-SMOOTH BORE. Seals tend to


stick to sealing surfaces during periods of
heat and pressure. The super-smooth bore
minimizes this possibility.

SEAL MOLDED TO CLOSING - SLEEVE


BODY. Damage caused by high-velocity,
high-pressure flow across and behind non-
bonded seals is eliminated by these mo-
lecularly-bonded closing sleeve seals.
In many field and laboratory tests,
sleeves were repeatedly open and closed
at high differential pressures without seal
damage.

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Completions and Production

Safety Systems
Tu b i n g R e t r i e v a b l e
Safety Valves

Titan Series Subsurface Safety Valve


Product Family Nos. H82610, H82611, H82612, H82613, H82635, and H82636

APPLICATION
The Baker Hughes commitment to innovation has resulted in the Titan™ series surface controlled
subsurface safety valve. Innovative field-proven technology that reduces the number of typical safety
valve failure modes has been a hallmark of the Baker Hughes safety valves through the years. Titan
standard features include: wireline damage resistant flapper, nonelastomeric seal technology, and
metal-to-metal containment of wellbore fluids in the closed position. These standard features deliver
unprecedented reliability, efficiency, and adaptability.

One-quarter of all safety valve failures occur due to wireline damage during interventions into the
wellbore. The Titan incorporates the damage resistant characteristics of the successful SelecT™ flapper
design to virtually eliminate this failure mode. This design ensures all seal surfaces are protected from
wireline contact even during accidental closure of the valve during wireline operations.

The Titan can be tailored to your specific needs, with available options such as integral chemical
injection capability, wireline damage resistant seal bores, and various control system stop seal
versions. An optional thru-the-flapper self-equalizing system is also available to minimize operational
expenses while maximizing productivity.

Product family nos.


„„H82610 - Titan-5, non-equalizing „„H82613 - Titan-10E, self-equalizing

„„H82611 - Titan-5E, self-equalizing „„H82635 - Titan-8, non-equalizing

„„H82612 - Titan-10, non-equalizing „„H82636 - Titan-8E, self-equalizing

Features/Benefits
„„Field-proven technology - basic design features have been carried over from the highly
successful T-Series™ and SelecT portfolios
„„Patented thru-the-flapper self-equalizing - most successful and widely used system available to
the market
„„Nonelastomeric dynamic seal assembly - withstands extreme pressures and temperatures
exceeding 28,000 psi (1,931 bar) and 450°F (232°C)
„„Wireline damage resistant flapper - design protects sealing integrity during wireline operations
„„Patented lock open system - achieved via one wireline trip and allows flow through the locked
open valve with no ID restriction
„„No shifting sleeves required to communicate - impossible to inadvertently communicate the
hydraulic chamber
„„Metal-to-metal seal technology - 100% metal-to-metal sealing and containment of wellbore
fluids when the valve is in the closed position
„„Optional chemical injection capability - injection mandrel within the TRSV eliminates the
need for a mandrel above the valve and allows injection of fluids directly into spring cavity for
maximum effectiveness
„„Optional damage resistant seal bores - ensures seal bore integrity when it is needed

titan-5(e)
subsurface safety Valve
Product Family No. H82611

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Safety Valves

Specification Guide
Titan Series Subsurface Safety Valve
Max Piston Working Setting Max
Size Max OD
Seal Bore Displacemnt Pressure Depth Temperature

in. mm in. mm in. mm cc psi bar ft m °F °C

1,500 457
5.100 129.5 5,000 345
2,500 762
3-1/2 88.9 28.1 58.7 12.33
1,500 457
5.650 143.5 10,000 689
2,500 762
1,500 457
6.600 167.6 5,000 345
2,500 762
4-1/2 114.3 3.81 71.3 27.1
1,500 457
7.403 188.0 10,000 689 350 177
2,500 762
1,500 457
7.730 196.3 5,000 345
2,500 762
1,500 457
5-1/2 139.7 8.000 203.2 4.562 96.8 27.3 8,000 552
2,500 762
1,500 457
8.250 209.6 10,000 689
2,500 762

Specification Guide
CEMENTSAFE Series Subsurface Safety Valve
Max Piston Working Setting Max
Size Max OD
Seal Bore Displacemnt Pressure Depth Temperature

in. mm in. mm in. mm cc psi bar ft m °F °C

5.000 127.0 16.7 5,000 345 1,200 365.8


2-7/8 73.0 2.31 58.7
5.135 130.4 11.98 10,000 689 1,400 426.7
5.700 144.8 19.5 5,000 345 1,000 304.8
3-1/2 88.9 2.81 71.3
5.650 143.5 12.33 10,000 689 1,500 457.2
350 177
7.125* 181.0 17 5,000 345 1,400 426.7
4-1/2 114.3 3.81 96.8
7.403 188.0 27.11 10,000 689 1,500 457.2
7.730 196.3 5,000 345
5-1/2 139.7 4.56 115.8 27.34 1,500 457.2
8.250 209.6 10,000 689

*Valve is not currently available. Please contact safety systems AEG for more details.

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Tu b i n g R e t r i e v a b l e
Safety Valves

T-Series Subsurface Safety Valve


APPLICATION
The Baker Hughes T-Series™ tubing retrievable safety valves offer unmatched protection from
low end standard service through HP/HT applications. With T-Series safety valves, you can count
on premium performance and long-term reliability for the life of the well which is attributed
to complete removal of elastomeric compounds and elimination of linear shifting sleeves.
Incorporating nonelastomeric dynamic seals and metal-to-metal housing connections eliminates
the possibility of explosive decompression which is commonly associated with elastomeric
compounds. Extensive studies by operators and independent research institutes have shown that
accidental actuation of shifting sleeves and subsequent control fluid communication is one of the
primary causes for safety valve failures. By removing all shifting sleeves from the T-Series valve,
Baker Hughes has eliminated one of the most common failure modes found in safety valves.

The T-Series versatile design is ideal for a variety of applications including deepwater
completions. The T-Series heavy sprung safety valve features an extra strong power spring to
overcome the additional hydrostatic pressure associated with deep setting depths. The reliability
and simplicity of the T-Series have made it one of the most successful safety valves in the
industry. The high spring closure force guarantees performance in the presence of paraffin or
other produced solids.

Features/Benefits
„„Subsurface safety valve leader - successful field experience minimizes operating risk
„„Nonelastomeric dynamic seal assembly - withstands extreme pressures and
temperatures exceeding 28,000 psi (1,931 bar) and 450°F (232°C)
„„RBT housing seals - two step metal-to-metal sealing system provides strength and
sealing under the harshest conditions
„„Patented radial punch control fluid communication system - eliminates accidental
communication primarily associated with linear shifting sleeves
„„Patented thru-the flapper equalizing system - most successful and widely used system
available to the market
„„Deep-set capability - ultra strong power spring ensures smooth and reliable closures

t-series subsurface safety Valve

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Specification Guide
T-Series Series Subsurface Safety Valve
Max Piston Working Setting Max
Size Max OD
Model Seal Bore Displacemnt Pressure Depth Temperature

in. mm in. mm in. mm cc psi bar ft m °F °C


1,300 369
2,000 610
T(M)(E) 6.5 5,000 345
3,000 914
3.625 9.21 4,000 1,219
1,000 305
T 6.5 7,500 517 2,000 610
2-3/8 60.3 1.875 47.6 3,000 914 300 149
1,300 369
3.5 88.9 5.4 9,000 621 2,000 610
4,000 1,219
TSM(E)
1,300 369
3.625 92.1 6.5 10,000 690 2,000 610
4,000 1,219
1,200 366
2,000 610
4.625 117.5 12.0 5,000 345 3,000 914
4,000 1,219
2-7/8 73.0 T(M)(E) 2.312 58.7 6,500 1,981 300 149
1,400 427
2,000 610
5.135 130.4 12.0 10,000 690
3,000 914
4,000 1,219
400 122
537 164
1,000 305
1,550 472
T(M)(E) 5.380 136.7 13.1 5,000 345 2,000 610
3-1/2 88.9 2.812 71.4 3,000 914 300 149
4,000 1,219
4,500 1,372
5,500 1,676
6,000 1,829
TS(M)(E) 5.650 143.5 10.0 10,000 690
9,000 2,743
820 250
1,400 427
2,000 610
17.6 5,000 345 3,000 914
T(M)(E) 7.125 181.0 4,000 1,219
4-1/2 114.3 3.812 96.8 300 149
4,500 1,372
5,500 1,676
17.6 7,500 517 6,000 1,829
17.6 8,000 552 6,000 1,829
TS(M)(E) 7.500 190.5 20.9 10,000 690 8,700 2,652
1,000 305
2,000 610
T(E) 20.5
3,000 914
4,000 1,219
1,400 427
5,000 345 1,850 564
5-1/2 139.7 8.375 212.7 4.578 116.3 300 149
2,100 640
30.0 2,500 762
TM(E)
3,000 914
5,500 1,676
6,185 1,885
30.0 5,500 379 1,400 427
1,200 366
2,000 610
3,100 945
5,000 345
4,000 1,219
4,400 1,341
TSM(E) 9.200 233.7
7 177.8 6,000 152.4 38.5 6,530 1,935 300 149
2,000 610
6,000 414
4,000 1,219
2,000 610
7,500 517
3,100 945
TSM 9.300 236.2 8,000 552 2,000 609.6

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Wireline Retrievable
Safety Valves

V-Series Wireline Retrievable Safety Valve


Product Family Nos. H82240, H82252, H82291, H82456, H82472, and H82375

APPLICATION
The V-series safety valve is a wireline retrievable surface controlled subsurface safety valve that
offers a wide range of wireline safety equipment. The wireline valve incorporates a modular concept
to allow flexibility and adaptability to existing and new completions. V-series safety valves may be
supplied with a Baker Hughes safety valve lock, as a complete assembly, or as a subassembly with
adapter to a competitor lock. When assembled to a wireline lock, the assembly can be installed in a
safety valve nipple. Hydraulic control line connects the safety valve nipple to the surface emergency
shut-down system. Loss of control line pressure will close the valve and shut-in the well.

When V-Series safety valves are assembled to a safety valve lock, the model designation is expanded
to include the lock and the safety valve nipple into which it is landed.

Example: a Model BAA(O)FV™ safety valve is comprised of a Model V™ safety valve assembled to a
Model A(O)F™ lock and is landed in a Model BA™ safety valve nipple.

Model Designations
„„V - V-series
„„E - Incorporates Baker Hughes patented self-equalizing system
„„H - Designed to work in applications requiring 10,000 psi (689 bar)
„„D - For deep set applications
„„Q - Designed to work in applications requiring up to 15,000 psi (1,034 bar) working pressure
„„S - Slimline design incorporates Baker Hughes curved flapper design

Product Family Nos.


„„H82240 - Model VE™ wireline retrievable safety valve, self-equalizing
„„H82252 - Model VHE™ wireline retrievable safety valve, self-equalizing
„„H82291 - Model VDE™ wireline retrievable safety valve, self-equalizing
„„H82456 - Model VHDE™ wireline retrievable safety valve, self-equalizing
„„H82472 - Model VDES™ wireline retrievable safety valve, self-equalizing
„„H82375 - Model VQD™ wireline retrievable safety valve

V-series Wireline
retrievable safety Valve
Product Family No. H82472

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Specification Guide
Model V and W Series
Available Seal Bores Working Pressure Maximum Setting Depth ID Temperature Range
Model Model
in. mm psi bar ft m in. mm °F °C

1.710 43.4 VH(E) 10,000 689.5 1,560 475.5 0.65 16.51


1.810 45.9 VH(E) 10,000 689.5 1,560 475.5 0.65 16.51
47.5 VH(E) 10,000 689.5 1,560 475.5 0.65 16.51
2-3/8
1,000 308.4
1.870 V(E) 6,000 413.7 0.807 20.50
47.5 1,500 457.2
V(E) 5,000 344.7 1,500 457.2 0.807 20.50
V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,500 457.2 0.807 20.50
2.125 53.9 VH 10,000 689.5 1,000 304.8 0.607 15.42
20-275 -7-135
VQD 15,000 1034.2 1,780 542.5 0.575 14.61
2-7/8 V(E) 10,000 689.5 2,500 762.0 0.935 23.75
2.188 55.5
VH(E) 15,000 1034.2 1,780 542.5 0.575 14.61
V 6,000 413.7 1,130 344.4 1.125 28.58
2.312 58.7
VH(E) 10,000 689.5 1,130 344.4 1.125 28.58
V 6,000 413.7 1,000 304.8 1.265 32.13
VH(E) 10,000 689.5 2,500 762.0 1.265 32.13
2.562 65.0
VD(E) 6,000 413.7 10,000 3048.0 1.265 32.13
VDQ 15,000 1034.2 2,130 649.2 0.995 25.27 20-350 -7-177
V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,000 304.8 1.265 32.13
VH(E) 10,000 689.5 2,500 762.0 1.265 32.13 20-275 -7-135
2.750 69.8
VD(E) 6,000 413.7 10,000 3048.0 1.265 32.13
3-1/2
W(E) 5,000 344.7 3,000 914.4 1.56 39.62 20-300 -7-149
V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,000 304.8 1.56 39.62
VH(E) 10,000 689.5 2,500 762.0 1.265 39.62
20-275 -7-135
VHD(E) 10,000 689.5 4,000 1219.2 1.25 31.75
2.812 71.3
VD(E) 6,000 413.7 10,000 3048.0 1.265 32.13
1,000 304.8
W(E) 5,000 344.7 1.56 39.62 20-300 -7-149
3,000 914.4
3.250 82.5 V(E) 5,000 344.7 1,000 304.8 1.56 39.62
3.437 87.3 V(E) 5,000 344.7 1,000 304.8 1.56 39.62
V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,968 599.8 1.97 50.54 20-275 -7-177
VH(E) 10,000 689.5 1,070 326.1 1.97 50.04
3.680 93.4 VHD(E) 10,000 689.5 2,100 640.0 1.96 49.78
WS(E) 10,000 689.5 2,000 609.6 2.100 53.34
80-450 27-232
WS(E) 15,000 1034 2,000 609.6 2.100 53.34
V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,071 326.4 1.97 50.04
20-275 -7-177
4-1/2 VHD(E) 10,000 689.5 2,100 640.0 1.96 49.78
3.750 95.2
WS(E) 10,000 689.5 2,000 609.6 2.100 53.34
80-450 27-232
WS(E) 15,000 1034 2,000 609.6 2.100 53.34
V(E) 6,000 413.7 2,200 670.5 2.122 53.90
VH(E) 7,500 517.1 1,000 304.8 2.122 53.90
20-275 -7-177
VHD(E) 10,000 689.5 2,100 640.0 1.960 49.78
3.810 96.7
VD(E) 5,000 344.7 2,200 670.5 2.500 63.50
WS(E) 10,000 689.5 2,000 609.6 2.100 53.34
80-450 27-232
WS(E) 15,000 1034 2,000 609.6 2.100 53.34

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Specification Guide
Model V and W Series (Continued)
Available Seal Bores Working Pressure Maximum Setting Depth ID Temperature Range
Model Model
in. mm psi bar ft m in. mm °F °C

V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,400 426.7 2.122 53.90

4.125 104.7 VHD(E) 10,000 689.5 2,500 762.0 1.960 49.78

VH(E) 5,000 344.7 2,000 609.6 2.380 60.45


20-275 -7-177
V(E) 6,000 413.7 2,087 636.1 2.100 53.34

VH(E) 7,500 517.1 1,600 487.6 2.100 53.34

4.31 109.4 VHD(E) 10,000 689.5 2,100 640.0 1.960 49.78

WS(E) 10,000 689.5 2,000 609.6 2.100 53.34


80-450 27-232
WS(E) 15,000 1034.0 2,000 609.6 2.100 53.34

VH(E) 9,000 620.5 2,000 609.6 2.100 53.34

VD(E) 6,000 413.7 2,390 728.4 2.562 65.07 20-275 -7-177

4.43 112.5 VD(E)S 5,000 344.7 2,000 609.6 3.062 77.77


5-1/2
WS(E) 10,000 689.5 2,000 609.6 2.100 53.34
80-450 27-232
WS(E) 15,000 1034.0 2,000 609.6 2.100 53.34

V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,000 304.8 2.562 65.07

VH(E) 10,000 689.5 2,087 636.1 2.100 53.34


20-275 -7-177
VD(E) 6,000 413.7 3,000 914.4 2.562 65.07
4.56 115.8
VD(E)S 5,000 344.7 2,000 609.6 3.062 77.77

WS(E) 10,000 689.5 2,000 609.6 2.100 53.34


80-450
WS(E) 15,000 1034.0 2,000 609.6 2.100 53.34

4.578 116.2 V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,000 304.8 2.562 65.07

4.625 117.4 VD(E) 6,000 413.7 2,000 609.6 2.562 65.07 20-275 -7-177

4.750 120.6 V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,000 304.8 2.562 65.07

V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,030 313.9 3.265 82.93

VH(E) 9,000 620.4 1,100 335.2 3.265 82.93


20-275 -7-177
5.75 146.0 VHD(E) 8,000 551.6 2,000 609.6 3.375 85.73

1,200 304.8
VD(E)S 5,000 344.7 4.115 104.52
2,000 609.6

WS(E) 13,500 930.8 2,000 609.6 3.245 82.42 80-350 27-177

5.812 147.6 WS(E) 10,000 689.5 2,000 609.6 3.245 82.42 40-350 4-177

V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,149 350.2 3.265 82.93

VHD(E) 8,000 551.6 2,000 609.6 3.375 85.73


5.875 151.1
VD(E) 4,640 319.9 4,000 1219.2 3.375 85.73
1,000 304.8
VD(E)S 5,000 344.7 4.115 104.52
2,000 609.6
5.888 149.5 V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,149 350.2 3.265 82.93

7 5.937 150.8 V(E) 5,000 344.7 600 182.8 3.265 82.93

V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,000 304.8 3.265 82.93

VH(E) 10,000 689.5 1,230 374.9 3.265 82.93

5.95 151.1 VD(E) 6,000 413.7 2,400 731.5 3.375 85.73


20-275 -7-177
VD(E)S 5,000 344.7 2,000 609.6 4.115 104.52

VD(E)S 7,500 517.1 1,200 365.7 4.115 104.52

V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,200 365.7 3.265 82.93


5.963 151.4
VH(E) 6,000 413.7 1,050 320.0 3.265 82.93

V(E) 6,000 413.7 1,000 304.8 3.265 82.93

6.00 15.4 VD(E) 6,000 413.7 2,400 731.5 3.375 85.73

VD(E)S 5,000 344.7 1,960 597.4 4.115 104.52

6.25 158.7 VD(E)S 5,000 344.7 1,000 304.8 4.115 104.52

6.50 165.1 VD(E)S 5,000 344.7 1,200 365.7 4.115 104.52

9-5/8 8,405 213.4 WS 5,000 344.7 1,200 365.7 5.860 148.84 20-300 -7-149

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Wireline Retrievable
Safety Valves

Ported Safety Valve Landing Nipples


Product Family Nos. H81622, H81623, H81649, H80056, H80057, and H80062

APPLICATION
Baker Hughes safety valve landing nipples are installed integral to the tubing string and provide a
means of locating and locking a wireline retrievable safety valve in place. The wireline retrievable
safety valve (WRSV) is locked in place by using the locking profile integral to the landing nipple.
The safety valve landing nipples are ported for control line fluid communication from the surface
to operate a down hole safety valve. The landing nipples are also designed to withstand loads from
the tubing string to ensure long-term reliability of the safety valve system.

Product family nos.


„ H81622, H81623, H81649 - Model B™ safety valve landing nipple
„„H80056, H80057 - Model BA™ safety valve landing nipple
„„H80062 - Model BH™ safety valve landing nipple

Features/Benefits
„„Robust control line connection - metal-to-metal Baker Hughes jam nut ensures reliable sealing
„„Eccentric control line lug - machined control line inlet protects the control line while installing
„„Large bore design - allows access to lower completion by offering a full bore ID
„„Versatile - equipped with Baker Hughes locking profiles or other specified profiles as specified
by the customer

sPecification guide
Size Max Seal Bores Max OD Working Pressure Temperature Range
in. mm in. mm psi bar in. mm °F °C
3.198 81.2 6,000 414
3.198 81.2 8,000 552 Model Ba safety Valve nipple
2-3/8 60.3 1.875 47.6
3.600 91.4 6,000 414 with Model af nipple Profile
3.625 92.1 10,000 689
Product Family No. H80056
3.685 93.6 6,000 414
2-7/8 73.0 2.312 58.7 4.140 105.2 10,000 689
4.235 107.6 10,000 689
2.562 65.1 4.320 109.7 10,000 689
4.110 104.4 5,000 345
2.750 69.9
4.398 111.7 6,000 414
4.260 108.2 10,000 689
3-1/2 88.9 4.398 111.7 6,000 414
2.812 71.4 4.398 111.7 10,000 689
5.078 129.0 10,000 689
20-300 -1-149
5.610 142.5 10,000 689
2.875 73.0 5.078 129.0 10,000 689
3.688 93.7 5.937 150.8 10,000 689
6.000 152.4 10,000 689
3.750 95.3
6.530 165.9 10,000 689
4-1/2 144.3 5.610 142.5 6,000 414
5.790 147.1 10,000 689
3.812 96.8
5.875 149.2 6,000 414
6.125 155.6 10,000 689
6.311 160.3
5-1/2 139.7 4.562 115.9 6.390 162.3 10,000 689
6.625 168.3
8.300 210.8 10,000 689
7 177.8 5.950 151.1
8.300 210.8 7,500 517

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