ASB Tubing Stop
Setting in tubing strings without upsets, typically integral joint where couplings do not exist. Setting in tubing strings directly above “Baker” style plugs, or other equipment where there is a desire not to interfere with the fishing neck.
Set in wellbore directly above and / or on top of plugging equipment to secure in place. The “extension sleeve” allows for setting on equipment with equalizing prongs (such as a Baker Style FSG) so as not to impact or damage the prong.
The “ BT ASB” slip type tubing stops are latched into a jar down to shear pulling tool and / or a slip stop running tool and attached to the tool string.
The stop is lowered to the depth of the existing plug or sub surface tool desired to use as a platform to set the slip type stop. Jar down to force the slips up the tapered body and into the tubing wall, this will also shear the pulling tool and release the stop.
Pulling the slip type tubing stop is done by attaching a pulling tool to the tool string and lowering it to stop depth and latching the stop. Once the stop is latched, jarring upward will unseat the stop for removal from the wellbore.
*ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE MINIMUM O.D. OF THIS TOOL WHEN IN THE RUNNING POSITION, WILL PASS THROUGH ANY PROFILE NIPPLES ABOVE THE BLANKING PLUG YOU ARE SETTING IT ON.