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Kappa Hydraulic Setting Tool

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The Canadian Downhole C5/C10/C20 Hydraulic Setting Tools are designed to be run on drill pipe, tubing, or coil tubing. Pressure is transmitted to the setting tool in order to set bridge plugs, cement retainers, production packers, and service tools which would normally be set on wireline. Hydraulically setting equipment is especially applicable to setting plugs or packers in deviated wells or on locations where a wireline unit is not available or practical.

The C5/C10/C20 setting tools can have setting chambers added or removed depending upon pressure or force requirements.

technical data

size setting

in.mm
1 1/238.1
2 3/860.3
2 7/873.0
3 1/288.9

tool size

#
#5
#10
#20
#20

tool o.d.

in.mm
2.1354.10
3.6392.20
4.38 111.25
4.50 114.30

thread connection

in.
1 1/2 NPT
2 3/8 EUE
2 7/8 EUE
3 1/2 EUE

Kappa HM Setting Tool

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benefits

The KHM Hydraulic Mechanical Setting Tool is used for setting Kappa Permanent Bridge Plugs on tubing. Total combination of pressure and tubing tension is utilized to set the Kappa Permanent Bridge Plug. The KHM Hydraulic Mechanical Setting Tool allows communication between casing and tubing before and after the setting operations. If the KHM Setting Tool is converted to run a “one step abandonment” with cement slurry in the tubing, the KHM Setting Tool will only drain and all circulation once disengaged from the Kappa Permanent BridgePlug combination can be run in conjunction with other equipment.

Changing the setting sleeve enables one tool to be used for 114.3 mm to 139.7mm (4 ½” to5 ½”) casing and the other toolto be used for 168.28 mm to 339.73 mm (6 5/8” to 13 3/8”). Right hand rotation of the tubing string releases the KHM Setting Tool from the plug.

operation

While running the KHMHydraulic Mechanical Setting Tool and KappaPermanent Bridge Plug combination to setting depth care must be taken no to pre-set the bridge plug while entering the wellbore, running too fast, tagging fluid too hard or stopping abruptly. The tubing will automatically fill as the bridge plug is run in.

Once at setting depth, pressure up to the required pressure (see specification chart next page) to set the bridge plug top slip. In low fluid level wells, the difference in hydrostatic pressure between the tubing and the casing acts as a pressure setting force. With the setting pressure held, apply tension (see specification chart next page) to complete the setting of the bridge plug.

To disengage the setting tool from the bridge plug, apply a constant amount of 500 daN (1125 lbs) and rotate the tubing approximately 10 to 12 turns to the right.

features

  • Simple, reliable operation sets KappaPermanent Bridge Plug with a combination of hydraulic and mechanically applied force.
  • Allows circulation after setting Kappa Permanent Bridge Plug.
  • All setting tool components retrieved.
  • Can be easily converted to do one step abandonments.

Kappa HMII Adapter

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benefits

• Adaptable to Kappa Bridge Plugs, no need for extra inventory.

• Avoid tripping pipe out of the hole after setting to retrieve setting tool.

• Avoid unwanted pipe storage fees by leaving pipe in the well.

• Low pressure to start to set the Bridge Plug.

• Closed system to one step with cement in place.

technical data

size

4-1/2"
5 - 1/2"
7"

part #

450-HMII
550-HMII
700-HMII

sts pin value (lbs)

2000
2000
2000

top connection size

2 3/8 EUE
2 3/8 EUE
2 7/8 EUE

effective area (in^2)

3.375
6.019
7.570

# of sts pins

2
3
4

pressure per sts pins (psi)

593
332
264

force to break top slip (lbs)

1800-2200 (533-652 psi)
1800-2200 (299-366 psi)
5800-6500 (766-859 psi)

Wireline Adaptor Kits

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The Kappa Wireline Adapter Kit is used to attach wireline set packers or any other compatible wireline set tools to the 10/20 setting tool. Once the tool is set, the adapter kit is released when the required shear force is achieved by the setting tool.

• Allows for “plug-in-place” running

• Can be used with most common blanking plug types and sizes

• Used with #10 or #20 hydralic setting tool

• Shear release after tool is set

technical data

casing size

in.mm
4 1/2114.3
5127.0
5 1/2139.7
5 3/4 146.1
6 5/8168.3
7177.8
7 5/8193.7
8 5/8219
9 5/8244
10 3/4273.1
11 3/4298.5
13 3/8339.7
16406.4

max o.d.

in.mm
3.68593.6
4.055103.0
4.355110.6
4.825122.6
5.500139.7
5.725145.4
6.440163.6
7.250184.2
8.250209.6
9.440239.8
10.062255.6
11.875301.6
14.375365.1

max o.d.

in.mm
12.800325.1
12.800325.1
12.500317.5
12.500317.5
10.500266.7
10.500266.7
10.500266.7
10.500266.7
10.500266.7
10.500266.7
10.500266.7
10.500266.7
10.500266.7

wireline setting tool

#
#10
#10
#20
#20
#20
#20
#20
#20
#20
#20
#20
#20
#20

Kappa Snap Latch Stinger

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The Kappa Snap Latch Assembly is a tubing conveyed latching seal assembly that is used to operate the sleeve valve in a previously set kappa cement retainer. The Snap Latch Seal Assembly seals on the inside of the cement retainer, offering complete isolation and functionality of the cement retainer sleeve valve.

Features

  • 100% Canadian manufactured.
  • Provides positive control when the work string is picked up to close the sleeve valve.
  • Re-engages each time the work string is lowered to open the sleeve valve.
  • Helps prevent seal from disengaging during pumping operations.
  • Rotate or Snap release out.
  • One size operates several brand and sizes of Cement Retainers.
  • Rated to operate at 440° Fahrenheit.

Applications

  • Acidizing.
  • Well stimulation.
  • Well abandonment and cementing.
  • Temporary or permanent zone isolation.
snap-latch-specification

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