Different grades tubing have different applications

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Different grades tubing have different applications

Tubing pipes also have different grade,you can choose the one which you need in your work. If you don’t know clearly of the different grades applications, next I will give you a detailed introduction of the different grades applied in different ways.

Different grades tubing have different applications

Grade H40 is generally not used in tubing sizes due to the relatively low yield strength. J55, commonly used grade for most wells, has been the “standard” grade for tubing in most relatively shallow (< 9,000 ft) and low-pressure (< 4,000 psi) wells on land. N80, a relatively old grade with open chemical requirements, is susceptible to H2S and acceptable for sweet oil and gas wells in design conditions. L80 is a restricted yield-tubing grade that is available in Type 1, 9Cr, or 13Cr. L80 Type 1 is less expensive, but more subjects to weight-loss corrosion, commonly used in oil and gas fields. Despite the popularity for CO2-and mild H2S-contaminated wells in the past, Type 9Cr has largely been supplanted by Type 13Cr. L80 13Cr tubing has become popular for its good CO2-induced weight-loss corrosion resistance properties. C90 is relatively new with two different chemical requirements: Type 1 and Type 2. Only Type 1 is recommended for use in sour service. T95 is a high-strength tubular grade with different chemical requirements: Type 1 and Type 2. Only Type 1 is recommended for sour service. P110, the high-strength tubing, is normally used in deep sweet oil and gas wells under high pressure. This grade is sensitive to SSC failures unless the temperatures are relatively high (> 175°F).

With my analysis of the different grades of the tubing, I think you must have a deep understanding of the different grades have different application in the oil industry.We can provide you with the suitable grades of the tubing.So if you have any needs of the tubing pipes you can contact with us.

2017-12-07T16:00:29+08:00 December 19th, 2017|