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Copperhead Drillable Bridge and Frac Plug

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Aluminum frac plug for zonal isolation

Nondegradable, aluminum Copperhead drillable bridge and frac plugs are used to isolate zones during plug-and-perf operations. They have a unique activation system with seals that withstand multiple pressure reversals and a one-way internal check valve that allows free flow of fluids from below the plug after stimulation. A proprietary slip design eliminates presetting, while a rotational lock mechanism prevents slipping and spinning during plug removal.

The plugs are rated to 10,000 psi at 350 degF. HPHT versions are rated to 15,000 psi at 400 degF.

The Copperhead mill, designed to simulate the cutting action of a machine shop lathe, drills out small, consistently sized cuttings that are easily circulated out of the well in just one trip.

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21 Plugs Successfully Milled After Withstanding High Pressure for 30 days

21 Copperhead Extreme Frac Plugs Withstand High Pressure for 30 Days and Are Then Milled Successfully
The aluminum alloy plugs stayed locked downhole under extreme temperatures and pressures without degrading.
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Eliminate Presetting, Withstand Pressures to
10,000 psi

COPPERHEAD drillable bridge plug
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