Peak Well Systems introduces V3-certified SIMPLUS Plug Systems

Published Sep 1, 2014
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Peak Well Systems (Peak) has significantly expanded its product portfolio with the launch of its new SIMPLUS range of V3-Grade plugs certified to ISO14310. The portfolio employs an ISO-14310 Grade V3-rated SIMPLUS Retrievable Bridge Plug for well barrier applications in monobore wells, creating a reliable and high performance downhole seal.

The SIMPLUS Retrievable Bridge Plug can be deployed by all conventional means (drill pipe, coiled tubing, wireline and slickline). It is believed to be the only mechanically-set V3-rated plug available, thus providing a simple and easy setting solution. Development of the SIMPLUS Retrievable Bridge Plug sealing system is the result of extensive R&D, testing and analysis, utilising Peak’s history in deploying reliable SIM Systems that are already well established as products of choice amongst operators worldwide.

In a similar approach to Peak’s highly successful SIM System which has seen over 2,000 successful deployments and retrievals worldwide, the new SIMPLUS range of products is also modular. SIMPLUS employs interchangeable components which facilitate a variety of downhole applications such as zonal isolation, wellhead isolation, contingent plugging, straddles and chokes. The large internal diameter (ID) of the SIMPLUS Retrievable Bridge Plug makes this sealing system ideal for modular straddle systems that can improve well performance significantly.

Nigel Avern, Chief Executive of Peak Well Systems, commented: “Comprehensive testing has been successfully performed and subsequently independently verified and certified by Det Norske Veritas Perth.” SIMPLUS Retrievable Bridge Plugs are available in all sizes from 2 7/8” up to a larger 7” size.

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