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  • Retrievable

    ServiceToolsRetrievable Service ToolsThis section contains information about running, setting, and operating Retrievable Service Tools and related accessories.

    Halliburton is dedicated to providing top-quality equipment and service. Halliburton maintains strict standards and well documented processes and procedures to help ensure excellence and dependability in our Retrievable Service Tools equipment. No matter what your downhole situation, you can count on your Halliburton representative to look beyond the tool and develop a low-cost solution that can produce savings far greater than any difference in tool cost. Retrievable Service Tools 2-1

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    ServiceToolsCHAMP IV Packer

    The CHAMP IV packer is a hookwall-retrievable packer with a concentric bypass. As the tool is lowered into the hole, a J-slot holds the bypass open and controls the setting of the packer. When the packer is set, a balancing piston activated by tubing pressure holds the bypass closed.

    Each tool assembly includes a J-slot mechanism, mechanical slips, packer elements, hydraulic slips, and a bypass. Round, piston-like slips used in the hydraulic holddown mechanism prevent the tool from being pumped up the hole. The bypass allows fluids to pass around the bottom of the tool when it is removed from the hole. This design eliminates accidentally opening a conventional bypass during circulation around the bottom ofthe packer.

    Circulation around the CHAMP IV packer is not interrupted if the packer element temporarily seals unintentionally as when it passes through points of interference inthe casing.

    The CHAMP IV packer is well suited to tubing conveyed perforating applications where the firing head assembly is easily incorporated into the CHAMP IV packer. The CHAMP IV packer is ideally suited for horizontal applications due to its limited rotational requirements and integrated circulating valve. Just a quarter-turn is required at the tool to set the packer and close the circulating valve. A straight upward pull opens the circulating valve and unseatsthe packer.

    Features and Benefits

    Used in highly deviated wells or where pipe manipulation is difficult

    Picking the packer straight up (no torque required) opens the bypass

    Can be easily relocated in multiple zones during a single trip for treating, testing, or squeezing

    Concentric bypass valve allows a larger bypass flow area

    Can be used with a retrievable bridge plug for straddling zones during various operations

    Ideal for applications where positive circulation below the packer is required such as in drillstem testing, TCP applications using tailpipe for shallow service, and as liner tools

    Operation

    The tool is run slightly below the necessary setting position. If the packer is to be set, it must be picked up, and right-hand rotation must be applied so a quarter-turn can be obtained at the tool. In deep or deviated holes, several turns with the rotary may be necessary. For the position to be maintained, the right-hand torque must be held until the mechanical slips on the tool are set and can begin taking weight.

    Pressure applied below the packer forces the hydraulic holddown slips against the casing to prevent the packer from being pumped up the hole.

    The concentric bypass valve is balanced to the tubing surface pressure, which prevents the bypass from being pumped open with tubing pressure. Straight, upward pull on the tubing string opens the bypass and unsets the packer.

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    CHAMP IV Packer2-2 Retrievable Service Tools

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    No*T stCHAMP IV Retrievable Packer

    asingizein.

    Packer OD

    in. (cm)

    Packer ID

    in. (cm)

    End Connections

    Nominal Casing Weight

    lb/ft

    MinimumCasing IDin. (cm)

    Maximum Casing IDin. (cm)

    Lengthin. (cm)

    Tensile Rating*lb (kg)

    Working Pressurepsi (MPa)

    Burst Pressure*psi (MPa)

    Collapse Rating*psi (MPa)

    Open Ended

    Bull Plugged

    Open Ended

    Bull Plugged

    1/2

    3.87(9.83)

    1.80(4.57) 2 3/8 EU 9.5 - 10.5

    4.052(10.29)

    4.090(10.39)

    100.10(254.25)

    71,200 (32 300)

    8,400 (57.92)

    10,000(68.95)

    10,000(68.95)

    8,500(58.61)

    8,500(58.61)

    3.75(9.52)

    1.80(4.57) 2 3/8 EU 11.6 - 13.5

    3.920(9.95)

    4.000(10.16)

    100.10(254.25)

    71,200(32 300)

    8,400 (57.92)

    10,000(68.95)

    10,000(68.95)

    8,500(58.61)

    8,500(58.61)

    5

    3.98(10.11)

    1.80(4.57) 2 3/8 8 Rd EU 18 - 20.8

    4.156(10.56)

    4.276(10.86)

    100.10(254.25)

    71,200 (32 300)

    8,400 (57.92)

    10,000(68.95)

    10,000(68.95)

    8,500(58.61)

    8,500(58.61)

    4.18(10.61)

    1.80(4.57) 2 3/8 8 Rd EU 11.5 - 15

    4.408(11.20)

    4.560(11.58)

    100.80(256.03)

    71,200 (32 300)

    8,400 (57.92)

    10,000(68.95)

    10,000(68.95)

    8,500(58.61)

    8,500(58.61)

    1/2

    4.55(11.56)

    2.00(5.08) 2 3/8 EU 13 - 20

    4.778(12.14)

    5.044(12.81)

    99.04(251.56)

    88,900 (40 324)

    7,000 (48.26)

    7,000(48.26)

    7,000(48.26)

    11,400(78.60)

    9,300(64.12)

    4.40(11.18)

    1.80(4.57) 2 3/8 EU 20 - 23

    4.670(11.86)

    4.778(12.14)

    100.10(254.25)

    71,200 (32 300)

    8,400 (57.92)

    10,000(68.95)

    10,000(68.95)

    8,500(58.61)

    8,500(58.61)

    5/8or 7

    5.25(13.34)

    2.00(5.08) 2 7/8 8 Rd EU

    6 5/8: 23 - 32

    7:41 - 49.5

    5.540(14.07)

    5.820(14.78)

    91.42(232.21)

    88,800 (40 300)

    10,000 (68.95)

    12,100 (83.43)

    8,600(59.29)

    11,500(79.29)

    9,300(64.12)

    7 5.65(14.35)2.37

    (6.02)

    2 7/8 EU (Optional adapters:3 1/2 IF

    3 7/8 CAS)

    17 - 38 5.920(15.04)6.538

    (16.61)98.85

    (251.08)148,600 (67 404)

    10,000 (68.95)

    12,400 (85.50)

    9,200(63.43)

    10,600(73.08)

    10,600(73.08)

    5/8 6.35(16.13)2.37

    (6.02)

    2 7/8 8 Rd EU (Optional adapters:

    3 7/8 CAS,2 7/8 PH6,3 1/2 IF)

    20 - 39 6.625(16.83)7.125

    (18.10)98.88

    (251.16)148,500(67 358)

    10,000 (68.95)

    12,400(85.50)

    9,200(63.43)

    10,600(73.08)

    10,600(73.08)

    3/4 6.16(15.65)2.37

    (6.02)

    2 7/8 EU (Optional adapters: 3 1/2 IF

    3 7/8 CAS)

    46.1 6.560(16.66)6.560

    (16.66)98.85

    (251.08)148,500(67 358)

    10,000 (68.95)

    12,400(85.50)

    9,200(63.43)

    10,600 (73.08)

    8,700(59.98)

    5/8

    7.04(17.88)

    2.62(6.65) 3 7/8 CAS 44 - 56

    7.313(18.58)

    7.625(19.37)

    123.80(314.45)

    215,640(97 813)

    7,000 (48.26)

    13,700(94.46)

    13,700(94.46)

    12,900(88.94)

    12,970(89.43)

    6.75(17.14)

    2.37(6.02) 3 7/8 CAS 58.7 - 68.1

    7.001(17.78)

    7.251(18.42)

    123.80(314.45)

    313,600(142 247)

    7,000 (48.26)

    13,700(94.46)

    13,700(94.46)

    12,900(88.94)

    12,970(89.43)

    5/8

    8.15(20.70)

    2.87(7.29) 4 1/2 IF 36 - 53.5

    8.535(21.68)

    8.921(22.66)

    129.59(329.16)

    341,900(155 083)

    7,000 (48.26)

    8,700(59.98)

    8,700(59.98)

    10,100(69.64)

    10,100(69.64)

    7.80(19.81)

    2.87(7.29) 4 1/2 IF 58.4 - 71.8

    8.125(20.64)

    8.435(21.42)

    121.60(308.86)

    341,900(155 083)

    7,000 (48.26)

    8,700(59.98)

    8,700(59.98)

    10,100(69.64)

    10,100(69.64)

    0 3/4

    9.07(23.04)

    3.00(7.62) 4 1/2 IF 55.5 - 80.8

    9.250(23.50)

    9.760(24.79)

    125.87(319.71)

    524,600(237 955)

    5,000 (34.47)

    8,300(57.22)

    8,300(57.22)

    8,100(55.84)

    8,100(55.84)

    8.85 (22.48)

    3.00 (7.62) 4 1/2 IF 85.3

    9.156 (23.26)

    9.156 (23.26)

    128.87 (327.33)

    506,200 (229 608)

    8,000 (55.16)

    8,270 (57.02)

    9,100 (62.74)

    8,100 (55.84)

    9,100 (62.74)

    1 3/4 10.40(26.42)3.00

    (7.62) 4 1/2 IF 38 - 7110.586(26.89)

    11.150(28.32)

    125.80(319.53)

    524,600(237 955)

    5,000 (34.47)

    8,300(57.22)

    8,300(57.22)

    8,100(55.84)

    8,100(55.84)

    3 3/8

    11.94(30.33)

    3.75(9.52) 4 1/2 IF 54.5 - 72

    12.347(31.36)

    12.615(32.04)

    146.21(371.37)

    651,300(295 424)

    3,000 (20.68)

    12,300(84.81)

    12,300(84.81)

    9,300(64.12)

    8,900(61.36)

    11.50(29.21)

    3.75(9.52) 4 1/2 IF 72 - 98

    11.937(30.32)

    12.347(31.36)

    146.21(371.37)

    651,300(295 424)

    3,000 (20.68)

    12,300(84.81)

    12,300(84.81)

    9,300(64.12)

    8,900(61.36)

    te: Although other sizes may be available, these sizes are the most common.he values of tensile, burst, and collapse strength are calculated with new tool conditions, Lame's formulas with Von-Mise's Distortion Energy Theory for burst and collapserength, and stress area calculations for tensile strength. These ratings are guidelines only. For more information, consult your local Halliburton representative.Retrievable Service Tools 2-3

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    ServiceToolsCHAMP IV Non-Rotational Retrievable Packer

    The CHAMP IV non-rotational packer is ideal for deepwater extended reach situations where getting enough torque down hole to manipulate the toolstring can be a major challenge. This tool has the same basic features as the standard CHAMP IV packer with the added feature that it does not require rotation to set. The CHAMP IV non-rotational packer consists of a hookwall retrievable packer with a concentric bypass and a continuous indexing J