Subsea blowout preventer:A blowout preventer placed on the seafloor for use by a floating offshore drilling rig.
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Controls, usually located near the driller's position on the rig floor, that are manipulated to open and close the blowout preventers. See blowout preventer.
A blowout preventer that uses rams to seal off pressure on a hole that is with or without pipe. Also called a ram preventer.
Any valve installed in the drill stem to prevent a blowout through the stem. Mud can be pumped in but flow back up the stem ...
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 ...
The assembly of pumps, valves, lines, accumulators, and other items necessary to open and close the blowout preventer equipment. Also called closing unit.
A device that stores hydraulic fluid under pressure in special containers and provides a method to open and close the blowout preventers quickly and reliably. ...
A sealing component for a blowout preventer that closes the annular space between the pipe and the blowout preventer or wellhead.
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