RJ Pulling Tool
RJ Pulling Tool is used to employ external fishnecks on subsurface devices inside the wellbore. These pulling tools have short cores with long reach. When the tool gets engaged on external fishnecks, upward jarring action shears the pin to release spring loaded dogs and then allow tools to be retrieved.
The BT RJ has a short core, and in turn is capable of swallowing debris, broken tool, or slickline fragments. Used when there is a need to jar up to shear off a subsurface tool and/or fish when a jar down tool is not desired. The core may be easily changed out in the field to allow for deeper or shallower reach depending on application.
Care should be taken to inspect the dogs, skirt, and fishneck for damage such as metal . fatigue, cracking , or deformity of the metal.