Conventional Cameron frac trees are rated up to 20,000 psi—the highest pressure rating in the industry. Options for shorter and lighter frac trees and designs especially suited for multiwell pads streamline rig-up and rig-down and reduce HSE risk and the bending stress transferred from the goat head to the tree and wellhead connections below. Special features of Cameron frac valves and stringent maintenance procedures have helped establish a reputation for reliability in the harsh environment of hydraulic fracturing.
Approximately 50% shorter and 25% lighter than the conventional Cameron frac tree, the F-T90 tree increases operational safety and efficiency.
Cameron isolation systems for frac trees include specialized frac heads that protect the CT string during high-volume CT fracturing jobs and systems for up-rating the tubing spool to enable fracturing pressures that exceed the spool rating.
Designed for up to 10,000-psi and 15,000-psi hydraulic fracturing pressures, the Cameron composite frac tree is 25% shorter than a conventional stacked-valve design.
Trimmed for maximum corrosion and erosion protection and supported by the industry’s most stringent maintenance program, Cameron frac valves provide three times more uptime compared with other suppliers.
The Cameron FracServ enhanced valve-reliability program minimizes downtime and related expenses through rigorous valve maintenance procedures.