Super Seal II® Down-Jet Float Shoe

The energy industry demands maximum performance from floating equipment under any conditions—shallow wells, deep wells, extreme temperature and pressure ranges, sour gas, and abrasive flow resistance. Super Seal II® equipment is designed to perform reliably under the most severe downhole conditions. In fact, the Super Seal II® valve, contained in all Super Seal II floating equipment, is certified by Lloyd's Register to meet API RP 10F Category IIIC specifications. Category III requires the device to withstand a 24-hour flow of 10 bbl/min with a 2 to 4% sand laden 12.0 to 12.5 lb/gal mud. Category C requires the device to withstand a 5,000-psi backpressure or an 80% casing burst pressure (whichever is smaller) after an 8-hour, 400°F heat soak. And, Super Seal II equipment provides economic benefits and performance features that allow you to custom design the cementing string to your specific requirements. The Super Seal II valve is the heart of many of Halliburton’s other float equipment assemblies.

In addition to the center hole through the float valve,  with the Super Seal II Down-Jet Float Shoe there are four fluid ports located below the float valve in the side of the float shoe case body to help increase hole cleaning efficiency.

  • Ports force circulation flow in a downward jetting action
  • Increases cement bonding at shoe and reduces the chances of a wet shoe
  • Helps remove tough filter cake and cuttings
  • Resistant to plugging by providing alternate flow path should the shoe of casing become landed on target depth

 

Super Seal II® Down-Jet Float Shoe

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