5000psi API 16d BOP Well Control Hose

5000psi API 16d BOP Well Control Hose

The 5000psi API 16d BOP Well Control Hose is made with superior components that can withstand harsh oilfield conditions. These hoses are designed to hold full working pressure and allow continued operation of the BOP control systems in the harshest of fires.

The hoses are available with swaged fittings, integral vulcanized, flange and union connection according to client's requirements. They are also available in different sizes and lengths.

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The 5000psi 16d BOP Well Control Hose can be used in offshore oil tanker unloading operations as well as single point mooring systems. These hoses are manufactured in rigid polyethylene with various buoyancies and have long service life.

The hose's material is resistant to heat, acids, heat, exhaust fumes and ozone. They can be used for engine water circulation, heat exchanger, and heavy duty discharge lines.

Depending on the specific requirements, they are fabricated in fluoropolymer, silicone rubber, liquid silicone rubber (LSR), high consistency rubber (HCR) or fluorosilicone (FVMQ). They are available in a variety of termination ends, from bevelled to welded fittings, for rotary drilling applications.

If the hose is to be used with a BOP system it must be function tested before deployment into a well. This test must include shearing, sealing pressures for each pipe within the BOP stack as well as corrections to MSASP.

The test pressure must be held for 5 minutes. This time must be recorded on a chart that does not exceed 4 hours or a digital recorder. If the equipment fails to hold the pressure during a test it must be repaired and retested. It is also required that the test pressures are within the middle half of the chart range.

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Rotary hoses are a key part of oil drilling because they allow the kelly and the drill string to be raised and lowered while the drilling fluid is pumped through the rig. The whole rig may shut down if these hoses fail or are damaged in service.

The maximum working pressure of these hoses is specified by the manufacturer and is published in API Spec 7k, Table 7, C.1. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that the hose does NOT exceed the maximum working pressure, including pressure surges or pulsations.

For a rotary hose, it is important to use a gooseneck swivel that has the same angle as the standpipe gooseneck and the same vertical line of travel as the hose termination on the traveling equipment. This will ensure that the connection is properly aligned between the swivel and the hose termination, and will prevent the hose from twisting while in use.

In addition, the length of a rotary hose is also critical to its performance. The optimal length of a hose should be determined using a formula that takes into account the length of the swivel Gooseneck and the hose termination on the travelling equipment. This length should allow for sufficient clearance between the swivel Gooseneck and any possible interferences on the derrick.

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For oilfields, rotary hose is also called mud delivery hose and cementing hose. It is used to pump mud at high pressure onto a drilling rig. It is also the rotary connection between standpipe and mud pump.

According to API standard, the maximum pressure at which the hose can work is 5000psi or 7500psi. It is mainly used for delivery of drilling fluids on a rotary rig and it has steel armored fire resistant cover.

These hoses can be equipped with different connections to meet the application of the equipment. End fittings are generally made to API standards, but special orders can be made if required.

Besides, the hoses are lighter than ordinary coiled pipes, which can reduce fuel consumption and shipping costs. They are easy to install and handle.

These hoses can be used for conveying cementing fluids, drilling mud and hydraulic fluids in the oilfield and construction. They are compatible with USCG and MSHA fuel and lube lines and can withstand pressure surges and flexing. They can be used on many equipment, including cementing pumps, manifolds, and heads. They are also an excellent choice for drilling and production equipment. They are highly abrasion-resistant and corrosion-resistant.

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