Deepwater Integrated MPD Riser Joint
Higher service quality and lower cost of ownership
Enhance performance and reliability, simplify operations, and decrease both personnel requirements and equipment footprint.
Complete riser systems from the drillfloor to the BOP stack
The spider serves as a hangoff point for the riser during BOP running. We offer split spiders and gimbals to accommodate rotary tables of 49.5-in, 60.5-in, and 75.5-in diameter and are qualified up to 2,500,000 lbm hangoff capacity. Our spiders are designed so that the only moving parts are the spider dogs. For improved safety, the 75.5-in spider dogs completely cover the open hole when hanging off a riser joint. The shock mount gimbal allows up to a 5° movement in all directions.
This spider design can be configured to accommodate our Robo-Spider system for risers.
The Robo-Spider system is the first fully automated riser flange bolt torque system capable of reducing riser flange bolt torque time by up to 70% while increasing rig floor safety.
We also offer the CF-A diverter for floaters and the CF-B diverter for jackup rigs.
The telescopic joint (TJ) compensates for rig heave. It is a riser joint consisting of an inner and outer barrel with a sealing element. We offer a dual seal assembly (DSA) for sealing between the inner and outer barrels. The autolock feature secures the inner and outer barrels to ensure the TJ can run safely and land the BOP. Our TJ can be provided as managed pressure drilling (MPD)-ready, with an inner barrel sized to accommodate passing a rotating control device and associated deployment tooling.