In oil drilling, a Blowout Preventer (BOP) is a large, specialized valve or similar mechanical device,
used to seal, control and monitor oil and gas wells to prevent blowouts, the uncontrolled release
of crude oil and/or natural gas from a well. They are usually installed in stacks of other valves.
Blowout preventers were developed to cope with extreme erratic pressures and uncontrolled
flow (formation kick) emanating from a well reservoir during drilling. BOPs come in two basic
types, Ram Blowout Preventer and Annular Blowout Preventer. Both are often used together
in drilling rig BOP stacks, typically with at least one annular BOP capping a stack of several ram
BOPs. A ram-type BOP is similar in operation to a gate valve, but uses a pair of opposing steel
plungers, rams. The rams extend toward the center of the wellbore to restrict flow or retract
open in order to permit flow. The inner and top faces of the rams are fitted with packers
(elastomeric seals) that press against each other, against the wellbore, and around tubing running
through the wellbore. Outlets at the sides of the BOP housing (body) are used for connection to
choke and kill lines or valves.
Our QH-U ram BOP which can be equipped with rams of various specs. We adopts high quality
front packer, top packer and seal assembly for intermediate flange, which assures fine working
performance under high and low temperature environment.
Product Name: Double Ram Blowout Preventer, Single Ram Blowout Preventer (BOP)
Nominal Bore: 7-1/16″, 11″, 13-5/8″, 20-3/4″, 21-1/4″ Other sizes are available upon request.
Main Parts: Body, intermediate flange, bonnet, piston, cylinder and ram block
Standards Carried: API Spec 16A, NACE MR0175
Pressure Rating: 2000 PSI to 15000 PSI
Material: AISI4130 Forged
Material Class: AA, BB, CC DD, EE, FF
Temp Class: L, P, R, S, T, U, V
Performance Requirement: PR1, PR2
Product Specification Level: PSL1, PSL2, PSL3, PSL4
Ram BOP can be single ram or double ram type.
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