Terms Related to Ball-out
Balls made of nylon, hard rubber, or both and used to shut off perforations through which excessive fluid is being lost.
A flow-control device employing a ball with a rotating mechanism to open or close the tubing medium.
A device used to restrict fluid flow to one direction. It consists of a polished sphere, or ball, usually or metal, and an annular piece, ...
A tube placed around the retrieving neck of a retrievable bridge plug to "catch" debris.
The theoretical maximum flow that a well could deliver with a zero backpressure at the middle of the perforations.
A device employed with a packer to surge, or clean, open perforations; also called surge disk.
1. A settled volume of barite particles from a barite slurry placed in the wellbore, usually to seal off a pressured zone. 2. A plug ...
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