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Multi-Configuration Composite Body Bridge / Frac Plugs

Razrback Series and Frac Plugs: Utilize a unique combination of composites to provide a dependable, durable and cost-efficient method for temporary zone isolation during stage fracs in both vertical and horizontal wells.  The Razrback Series Plugs are constructed primarily from composite with cast iron slips ensuring fast drill times while remaining reliable.

Razrback Series Plug: is a multi-configuration plug allowing for a user to easily convert the tool from a Ball Drop to a Caged Ball or Bridge Plug.  This conversion is easily obtained using two simple kits (Bridging Pin/ Caged Ball Assembly). Razrback Series Plugs can be run with any wireline setting tool or tubing run hydraulic setting tool. Cast iron slips are hardened to wicker depth only and can be set in up to P110 casing.

Available in 4 ½” and 5 ½” (other sizes pending)

Sets securely in up to P110 Grade Casing

Compact and easy running

Patent Pending

Consistent Drill Times of 13-20 minutes or less

Utilize unique “Lug” design on the top and Muleshoe bottom ensuring that the plugs do not spin during drill out. Lug shoe also available.

Plugs are set using a universal setting sleeve and sheer sleeve adapter.

Can be drilled using conventional tubing or coiled tubing.

Materials used in construction conducive to a wide range of environments.

Slips are only hardened to wicker depth for ease of drill out.

Pump Down Wiper available upon request.

Razrback Series Bridge: The Razrback Series Bridge Plug is converted using a simple composite “Bridging Pin” that is threaded into the mandrel while sealing in the Inner Diameter. This plugged ID is drilled out before the top slip, thus allowing the upper and lower zones to equalize during drill out. 

Razrback Series Ball Drop Frac: After the Ball Drop Frag Plug is set, the inner diameter remains open, allowing the wireline operators to continue working above. A ball is then dropped from the surface and pumped down until it seats on the tool.  Once the ball is seated, the operator can pressure up against the Frac Plug.

Razrback Series Caged Ball Frac Plug: Utilizes a simple Ball/Cage Adapter that houses a ¾” brass or Composite Ball in the upper ID.  When zonal pressure is greater from below the plug, the ball cage allows the lower and upper zones to comingle.  When zonal pressure is greater from above, the ball seats, which isolates the zones.

 

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Ball Drop Frac Plug Configuration

After the Ball Drop Frag Plug is set, the inner diameter remains open, allowing the wireline operators to continue working above. A ball is then dropped from the surface and pumped down until it seats on the tool.  Once the ball is seated, the operator can pressure up against the Frac Plug.

The Shear Sleeve Adapter used to set the plugs is designed so the user can, if needed, run the Drop Ball “in place” inside the Adapter.  This gives the user the choice to utilize the plug as a Flow Back plug without having to drop the ball from the surface.

 

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Bridge Plug Configuration

The Razrback Series Bridge Plug is converted using a simple composite “Bridging Pin” that is threaded into the mandrel while sealing in the Inner Diameter. This plugged ID is drilled out before the top slip, thus allowing the upper and lower zones to equalize during drill out.

Note: Operating range listed in the specification tables refers to the differential pressure rating from above. The differential pressure rating from below is 6,000 psi.

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Caged Ball Frac Plug Configuration

The Razrback Series Caged Ball Frac utilizes a simple Ball/Cage Adapter that houses a ¾” brass or Composite Ball in the upper ID.  When zonal pressure is greater from below the plug, the ball cage allows the lower and upper zones to comingle.  When zonal pressure is greater from above, the ball seats, which isolates the zones.

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Setting Equipment

Razrback Series Plugs are set using a universal Setting Sleeve and Setting Sleeve Adapter.  Setting kits are designed to be run on any wireline setting tool or tubing run hydraulic setting tool with either Baker #10, Baker #20 or 3 ½” G. O. connections.

Shear Sleeve Adapter is placed around the top of the plug and secured using seven steel shear screws while the Setting Sleeve is installed around the Shear Adapter and down to the top slip.

The Setting Assembly utilizes an Adjuster Nut that mates directly to the setting tool.  The setting sleeve is allowed to be threaded upwards past the Adjuster Nut and secured onto the setting tool.  This allows the user to change out plugs on the Sheer Sleeve Adapter without having to remove the Setting Sleeve.

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Composite Multi-Configuration Plugs

Use bit and scraper in casing to remove any cement and scale from casing wall before running any equipment that grips the casing.

Before running any plugs in hole, a junk basket and gage ring should be run for the appropriate size casing.

Choose correct size plug for casing. Composite Plugs usually cover the complete casing weight range.

Install the plug on the setting tool correctly. Do not over tighten.

Use correct setting tool size for the plug that you are running:  Baker #10 or Go Compact for the 4 ½” and Baker #10, Baker #20 or Go Compact for the 5 1/2” of larger.

All setting tools should be thoroughly redressed before each run.

Ensure that all oil levels are correct for the setting tool/temperature you are running.

Snug the tension sleeve correctly.  Do not over tighten. Be sure that nut is tightened correctly.

Do not allow the weight of the string to set on the shoe of the plug when setting into well head.

Guide the plug through lubricator and rams before setting lubricator in place.  If the well has pressure on it, be sure to raise tools to the top of the lubricator before opening the well head to pressure.

If you experience a misfire, do not pull out of hole any faster than 150 feet per minute.

Never set plugs in casing collars.

Always set plugs in static well conditions.

Never perforate any closer than 50 feet to a plug.

Use the lock spring on all tools designed for use with a lock spring.