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Wireline Sheave Hangoff Sub
09 September 2009
Gents

Does anyone have a picture they can forward of a wireline sheave hang off sub which is made up to the TDS saver sub

Thanks in advance

Herdi
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Neil.s
Well Test Engineer
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Herdi - No worries, we use them all the time here for slickline / logging rig up during well testing where we need to keep the landing string in tension - You may even be able to rent one from the likes of Oddfjell Well Services ;-)

Cheers,
Neil.
Herdi
Performance Improvement Consultant
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Neil

Thanks thats what I was looking for

Yes I am on a floater and it was for compensation when holding the drill string in tension prior to running guns

Thanks for all replies
Neil.s
Well Test Engineer
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Here's one - is this what you're looking for???

Neil Sultan
Welltest Engr
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Documents uploaded by user:
Shackle Sub - GEFRO.pdf
karle
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I know about the "Bicyle Sheave" that bolts into the pipehandler. What I'd like to see is a photo where when you pull the bull Plug off on the "S" pipe of the TDS for wireline to enter the drillstring for say a backoff and the well is deviated where you need to pump it down and say working in oil base mud the packoff can be pumped similar to a conventional wireline BOP without blowing mud all over the place.
BruceRichardson
Lead Drilling Engineer
British Gas
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Herdi,

Not sure why you'd want to hang off the wireline sheeve made up to the TDS? Typically its hung off from a T piece in closed elevators. Can you elaborate?

Cheers
Bruce Richardson
Principal Drilling Engineer
Geodynamics, Brisbane
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Allan Herd

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