Secure your assets with Oil Lift’s newest rod lock. The solid, durable construction mitigates the risk of surface spills by reducing the number of connections in your flow line.
We have a solution for every wellhead challenge–from lost production to environmental issues associated with leaking stuffing boxes, prematurely worn seals, misaligned pumping units, or broken polished rods. With a full portfolio of wellhead products, we deliver integrated solutions for the most troublesome sucker rod pump wellhead problems.
Our Harbison-Fischer® wellhead tool series of stuffing boxes, polished rod flapper valves, and polished rod alignment tools deliver integrated solutions for the most troublesome problems at the sucker rod pump wellhead.
Each tool meets the following specifications:
Designed for fishing jobs in small-diameter tubing (1¼-in., 1½-in., and 1¾-in.) where other sockets cannot be deployed. As the socket is lowered gently onto the catch and rotated to the right, the wickers cut or thread onto the catch. Rod body breaks are caught with conventional wickered slips in the upper bowl.
Note: Horn sockets cannot be guaranteed against damage caused by hardened couplings.
Overshot sockets are useful for retrieving hardened couplings, which resist capture by ordinary wickered slips. They employ a lower slip unit that opens as it passes over the coupling, then closes below the coupling to firmly grip the rod string.
The knife’s threaded blade makes disk replacement easy while the free-moving disk allows for quicker penetration through the tubing and quick seating to remove paraffin as the knife is withdrawn.
A convenient accessory for pulling rods, polished rod tops are threaded to receive an API sucker rod pin on either end and are small enough in the middle to permit engagement in a rod elevator. With this top on the polished rod, the string of rods may be lifted without distributing the beam hanger–making a dangerous job safer. Each rod top is made of heat-treated alloy steel with minimum yield strength of 100,000 psi.
Our Type B slip socket is a reliable, economic answer to fishing jobs for rod body breaks, pin shoulders or threads, boxes, non-hardened couplings, and polished rods. All slips are heat treated, quenched and tempered to ensure a positive bite and long service life.
NOTE: The Type B slip socket is a special-purpose tool that should be used with care. The operator must assume responsibility for any failures.
Our sucker rod elevators are engineered and manufactured to provide maximum rod string protection, ease of handling and operation, and wear resistance. They come in several types suited to meet differing needs:
Frontlock hooks have an automatic locking mechanism that is as easy to open as your hand. A lever in the hook releases the latch only when the hook is gripped to engage or disengage the elevator bail. The latch is hinged just above this point and extends across the mouth of the hook. It is strong enough to ward off beams and girts, yet sensitive enough to respond instantly to the grip of the operator.