Choke and Kill Hose

Choke and Kill Hose

Choke and kill hoses are essential to the well control equipment that can help prevent or minimize blowouts in the oil field. These hoses are designed to withstand the high pressure and flowrates required for this application.

This flexible hose can be used to connect the drilling platform, semi-submersible drill vessel, or drilling vessel that moves relativey and the drilling rig's dimensions change. It can also be used for the delivery of oil, gas, mud and other high pressure media (including mainly relief line, blowout control line and choke kill line).

Oilfield Drilling Mud Hose manufacturer

Drilling mud, a gel-like fluid, suspends rock cuttings to prevent them from affecting wells. It controls pressure, stabilizes rocks, and increases the well’s buoyancy.

Although mud is usually water-based it may also contain additives that offer additional benefits. It is used for a variety of drilling purposes and can be adapted to the specific borehole conditions.

There are many types of rubber hoses that can be used to convey mud. They typically consist of a tube and a lining.

The lining material is selected to withstand the chemical and heat effects of drilling mud, well effluents, cement slurry or hydraulic fluid. It prevents kinking or collapse under axial pulling force.

Some of the most common oilfield hoses include Kelly hose (rotary hose), cement hose (mud hose), choke and kill hose (mud hose) and cement hose (mud hose). These hoses are made to API standards, with many end fittings available.

CavMac manufactures a complete range of hose assemblies for safe transportation of liquids in the oil-and-gas industry. The hoses are designed and manufactured to industry standard BS EN 1765: 2004 (formerly BS 1435: Part 1: 1987) and come with the assurance that they will provide long life with the lowest operating costs.

Rotary hose api 7k

A rotary hose is essential for the mud delivery system of a drilling rig. These hoses come in many sizes and configurations to suit the specific needs of each application.

The hose can deliver water or oil at high pressure. It is suitable for a wide variety of applications. It is made from high quality materials and can withstand heavy duty use in an oilfield.

You can also purchase this hose in different lengths. Some of the most popular options include 30', 40' and 45'. These hoses come in either black or green.

The hose is made from multiple layers of polyester cord and high tensile steel cables. Multi-layer construction allows for a hose that is resistant against abrasion and cutting, gouging, oil, and weather. The hose is also designed to withstand high temperature and the plethora of chemicals used in an oil field. The hose is the perfect fit for a variety of applications, including water injection, directional drilling and downlinking.


Choke kill hose price

Choke and kill hoses are flexible hoses between the riser and manifold or around the ball joint of offshore drilling rigs, specially designed to withstand high pressure. These hoses are used as an extension of pipe from the blowout preventer assembly and are an essential part of well control equipment.

The choke and kill hose is used to transfer oil, gas, mud or other high pressure media from the mud & gas separator to the choke manifold in order to control a blowout. Coflex flexible hoses are designed to withstand the high pressure and flowrates this use requires.

They are manufactured in accordance with API 16C. They feature an inner core, double cross wireline layer, heat-insulation layer, fire-resistance layer, buffering and sealing layer and a stainless steel jacket.

These hoses can also withstand abrasion and corrosion, oil, mud and hydrogen sulphide. They can be connected in different ways, such as welding or integral forged unions, flanges and clamp connection type.

Choke and kill hoses have the advantage of being able to operate on many different wells. They are easy to install, lightweight, and can be quickly adapted to suit the job at hand. They are also less costly than metal piping and can be transported easily.

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