Storm choke:A tubing safety valve.
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A storm choke
A retrievable tool used to suspend drilling temporarily during a storm offshore.
A heavy-mandrel service squeeze tool with on-off tool used in drilling operations during storm interruptions.
The valve on the choke and flow line that is nearest to the preventer assembly. Its purpose is to stop the flow through the choke ...
A choke in which the orifice size must be changed to change the rate of flow through the choke.
A device with a restricted opening placed in the lower end of the tubing to control the rate of flow. See choke.
1. A pipe attached to the blowout preventer stack out of which kick fluids and mud can be pumped to the choke manifold when a ...
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