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Sand Control Systems

Series 5100 Inflatable Circulating or Squeeze Gravel Pack System
TTS Thru-Tubing Wash Down Gravel Pack
Series 5000 Thru-Tubing Frac Pack System
Vent Screen with Cement Cap
TTS Thru-Tubing Gravel Pack Screen Hang-Off
Series 5012 One Trip Retrievable Squeeze Pack System
Vent Screen with Isolation Packer and Overshot
TTS Thru-Tubing Perforating Gun and Screen Deployment

Service Tools

LSA–Locking Stinger Assembly
Snap Latch Stinger Assembly
Mechanical Setting Tool (MST) Assembly
Tension Packer Assembly

Product Information Packers-Well Information

Series 5011 Retrievable Packer Accessories
Series 5100 Inflatable Packer
Series 4800 Control Set High Expansion Packer
Series 5011 Retrievable Cement Retainer (Sliding Sleeve)
Series 5011 Retrievable Straddle Pack System
Series 5014 Retrievable Bridge Plug (RBP)
Series 5011 Retrievable Dual Seal Bore Tubing Packer
Series 5011 Retrievable Packer Setting Assemblies
Series 4800-Controlled Set High Expansion Cement Retainer

X-Span Tubing and Casing Patches

Tubing Patch Specifications
Casing Patch Specifications
X-Span Overview
X-Span Advantages and Applications

Workover-Completion Systems

Series 5200 Controlled Volume Displacement System (CVDS)
TTS Tubing Patch Straddle Pack Installation
TTS Thru-Tubing Gas Lift Velocity String Installation

Wireline Products

Series 4025–HPHT Wireline Pressure Setting Tool
Series 7850-ACE Thru Tubing Umbrella Plug
Series 8300-Gravity Bailer
Series 1800-Gage Hanger Retrievable
Series 8299-Flex Joint
Series 4010-Wireline Pressure Setting Tool (Power Charge)
Series 1200-Auto Release Tool
Series 7910 Electro-Hydraulic Bailer Bottom (EHBB)
Series 4250-Cast Iron Bridge Plug
Series 4100–Knock Out Magna-Range Bridge Plug
ACE Mix Cement Kits
Series 1000-Positive Displacement Bailer
Series 2105-TTS Tubing Bridge Plug (10K)
ACE Mix Cement (6 gallon) Kit Mixing Procedure
TTS Rental Equipment
Series 9306-Spiral Thru Tubing Bridge Plug
Series 4200-Fixed Slip Magna-Range Plug (Pressure Rated)
Series 1201-Selective Release Tool
Tech Unit-ACE Umbrella Plug
Series 4260-Cast Iron Cement Retainer
Series 4020-Hydrostatic Setting Tool (Non-Explosive)

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ACE Mix Cement (6 gallon) Kit Mixing Procedure

Kit design: One pail containing Premium Class “H” Cement with proprietary blend of additives separated into two bags each yielding 3 gallons of slurry packaged in a seven gallon pail. Also included in kit are Defoamer, Retarder, ½ gallon pail, and a 60 cc (ml) syringe. Domestic kits have a second pail containing required amount of water.

 

Slurry Density: 16.4 lb/gal
Kit Yield: 6 US gallons
Water Requirement: 3.0 US gallons (11.4 liters) Fresh Water

  1. Measure BHT accurately prior to running cement.
  2. For best results, the temperature of the dry blend and water solution needs to be 70°F or above prior to mixing. Storage indoors recommended.
  3. For best results, use high speed mixer with rpm > 550 (under load) to sufficiently shear cement while blending.
  4. The kit may be mixed in a 3 gallon or a 6 gallon batch, follow guidelines related to desired batch size.
  5. The ACE Cement Kit is designed to allow addition of specialty add-in components (known as “Wild Cards”, see Table 3) to accommodate unique well conditions without having to purchase a separate special kit. Wild Cards come in packet form with their own mixing instructions stating proper mixing order and any required change in water or retarder concentration. If using a Wild Card, read and follow the instructions provided with the Wild Card product to insure proper mixing order and procedure.
 
 
Mixing Procedure:
 
Step 1: Open the cement pail and remove the containers of defoamer, retarder, ½ gallon pail, and 60cc (ml) syringe.
 
Step 2: Add the required amount of water to a clean mixing pail (6 gallon or larger). If mixing a full six gallon batch, use the entire contents of the water pail provided (domestic kit only). If desired, 3 gallon batches may be mixed. To mix in 3 gallon volume increments, scoop out three ½ gallon pails of the mix water and place into the mixing pail. NOTE: Export kits will require 3.0 US gallons (11.4 liters) of water for a 6 gallon batch or 1.4 US gallons (5.7 liters for a 3 gallon batch).
 
Step 3: Shake the container labeled “defoamer” and pour the entire contents (for 6 gallon batch) or onehalf of the contents (for 3 gallon batch) into the water pail. Mix for two minutes until blended well.
 
Step 4: Determine the amount of retarder necessary from table 1, shown below. Add only the retarder amounts listed for that temperature range and batch size. Shake the bottle of retarder, and then add the total amount of liquid retarder listed for the temperature application to the water using the 60 cc (ml) syringe.
 

Table 1: Retarder Amounts vs. Temperature

Required Retarder Amount
BHT (F) (3) Gallon Batch (6) Gallon Batch
100-149 None None
150-190 11 cc (ml) 22 cc (ml)
191-200 27 cc (ml) 54 cc (ml)
201-210 44 cc (ml) 87 cc (ml)
211-220 60 cc (ml) 119 cc (ml)
221-230 76 cc (ml) 152 cc (ml)
231-240 103 cc (ml) 206 cc (ml)
241-250 136 cc (ml) 271 cc (ml)
251-260 179 cc (ml) 358 cc (ml)
261-270 206 cc (ml) 412 cc (ml)
271-280 239 cc (ml) 477 cc (ml)
281-290 255 cc (ml) 510 cc (ml)
291-300 271 cc (ml) 542 cc (ml)

 

Step 5: Mix until the retarder is completely dissolved, but a minimum of five minutes. This is now your mix water to be used to make the desired amount of 16.4 lb/gal slurry.


Step 6: If mixing total contents of kit, add both dry blend bags (sequentially) to the mix water containing retarder while high speed stirring. To mix a 3 gallon batch, add only one bag of the dry cement blend to the mix water containing retarder, while it is being stirred. Take care in adding the cement blend slowly (over a time period of approximately three minutes) into the mix water to allow for proper hydration of the cement and to prevent screening out of lumps of cement.

Step 7: After completing Step 6, stir with high speed mixer (recommend to use pneumatic type) for 10-minutes.


Step 8: Pour the cement slurry through a screen or grate to ensure that there are no large particles left unmixed in the slurry. Verify density with a mud scale. Note: A non-pressurized mud balance may cause the slurry density to appear slightly (+/- .2 ppg) less than the actual density. If it is desirable to mix cement slurry to a lower or higher density, call TTS for Technical Support and information. Note: The slurry will be thicker than 16 # slurry.

Table 2: Fluid Time, Compressive Strength and Fluid Loss Data (Sample)

Temp. (°F) Time for 500 psi (hrs:min) 12 hour strength (psi) 24 hour strength (psi) API Fluid Loss (mls)
150 6:52 1388 2550 62
180 6:42 1476 2600 60
190 5:37 2077 3100 60
210 8:35 1935 3500 58
230 7:13 2191 3600 56
250 9:48 1125 3100 58
265 7:47 1843 3000 60
280 6:03 1628 4323 58
300 6:28 3442 6055 60

 

Table 3: Wild Card Add-ins for ACE Mix Cement Kit
(see product info for more detailed information)

Designation Name Application
HTE High Temp Extender Increases BHT operating range from 300° F to 400° F
LTX Low Temp Expansion Patented additive causes expansion of cement at BHT < 200° F during cure
SSW Saturated Salt Water Allows cement to run and cure properly in high salinity well fluid
HD-18 High Density Increases slurry density above 18 ppg

 

Table 4: Specialty Cement Kits available
(see product info for more detailed information)

Designation Name Application
ETT Extended Trip Time Increases slurry fluid time to allow for longer rigup
and/or run times
LTC Low Temperature Cure Causes curing at BHT of 60° F to 100° F
LCM Low Circulattion Material Assists bridging in slotted liners, etc.