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Composite Frac Tree

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Shorter frac tree enhances safety and reliability

Designed for up to 10,000-psi and 15,000-psi hydraulic fracturing pressures, the Cameron composite frac tree houses the master valves, swab valves, and horizontal wing outlets in a single block body, resulting in a significantly shorter assembly—25% shorter than a conventional stacked-valve design. The reduced tree height decreases the bending stress transferred from the goat head to the tree and wellhead connections below. The system allows the use of a second actuated swab valve, increasing flow control while still maintaining a reasonable height.

Composite Frac Tree

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Onshore and offshore production equipment that balance reliability, safety, and effectiveness.

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Fewer connections minimize leak paths

Composite frac valve blocks encase the valves in series, eliminating multiple connections and leak paths that could hinder production. Reliable metal-to-metal seals and spring-loaded, pressure-energized, nonelastomeric lip seals protect the valve cavity from contamination.

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