Automated Valve Greasing System
Reduce risk, costs, and time
Eliminate red zone activities and reduce greasing time with optimized remote valve maintenance.
Shorter frac tree enhances safety and reliability
Designed for 10,000- 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 25% shorter assembly compared with conventional stacked-valve designs. 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 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.