Pressure Control Equipment
Definition - What does Pressure Control Equipment mean?
Pressure Control Equipment are those equipment that helps in maintaining the optimal pressure levels inside a wellbore when any well intervention operations are performed by an operator in any easy or arduous conditions. All such equipment are manufactured with the intent that they can withstand arduous conditions and thus use stringent quality standards.
Bracetool explains Pressure Control Equipment
There are various pressure control equipment used during well intervention and workover operations such as:
- Wireline Pressure Control Equipment
- Coiled Tubing Pressure Control Equipment
- Manual wireline valve
- Hydraulic wireline valve
- Dual wireline valve
- Control head
- Wellhead Flange
- Flow Tee (High & Low Pressure)
- Fluid Chamber
- Hand Unions
- Stuffing Box
- Tool Catcher
- Wellhead Swedges
All these equipment are manufactured as per international standards and meets API 6A specifications.