We offer a complete line of high-pressure Chiksan packages, in both standard service and H2S services for 2” and 3” in Fig 1502 and H2S Services for 2” and 3” in Fig 2202. Be it a frac operation or performing well intervention or testing a well, ACT manufactures products and solutions for all pressure and flow control operations Our intense iron maintenance and technician training processes provide our customers with optimum performance, safety, and quality in any application, and on every job and helps in keeping your pumping fleets at maximum utilization, no matter how large or small your iron needs. All our material comes with MTC in EN 10204 3.1 with full material traceability, C.O.C documentation and Hydrotest reports/Graphs.
ACT brand union pup joints are used as interconnecting pipework between major equipment. ACT offers the industry’s most extensive range of pup joints including forged integral, welded, threaded and NPST styles. These are available for standard or sour gas service and are supplied with full material traceability and certification. They are used in various functions such as Well Testing, Cementing, Fracturing, Acidizing, & Stimulation. Available in pressure ratings 2000 PSI WP to 20,000 PSI WP and Fig. 206 to Fig 2202.
These are frequently used in the changing the direction of the piping system in the manifold. Usually, come with a bend at 45 degrees to 90 degrees and can also be cut at any desired angle according to the manifold assembly.
These are also manufactured in a wide range of sizes, weights, lengths and grades with any combination of connections, available in diameter of 1.05 inches to 20 inches
A tee is used for distributing or collecting the fluid from the run pipe. It is a short piece of pipe with a 90-degree branch at the centre. It can be further classified into pipe tee, straight tee, wye, cross, reducing, or barred tee.
Cementing & Circulating Hoses
ACT’s Cementing & Circulating Hoses are manufactured in various sizes (from 1″ to 6″) and in various configurations to meet virtually all the needs of the Oil & Gas Industry. These can handle a wide variety of fluids at cold working pressure up to 20,000 PSI. These Cementing & Circulating hoses are made in steel to meet ASTM/AISI standards.
Integral Union Connections
ACT manufactures a quality line of high-pressure Integral/Fabricated Union connections with unions in various configurations and sizes from 1″ to 6″ and in pressure ratings up to 20,000 PSI CWP. These items are manufactured from high strength alloy steel forgings and fully heat treated under controlled conditions to assure uniform quality throughout.
ACT’s one-piece Treating Iron comprises an integral ACT’s wing union end connection which eliminates, welds and threads. Available in lengths up to 20 feet. The materials are carbon steel and alloy steel and are light weight.
Swivel Joints (1″ to 6″) are manufactured both for standard service & sour service. Long Sweep Swivel Joints are designed generally from 6,000 PSI CWP to 20,000 PSI CWP, both for standard and sour service, and ensure better flow characteristics.
Butterfly Valves & Actuators
A quarter-turn rotational motion valve, the butterfly valves are used to stop, start and regulate flow. Easy and fast to open, the valve usually comes equipped with a gearbox where the hand wheel by gear is connected to the stem. This simplifies the operation of the valve, but at the expense of speed. Being lightweight, and quick to use, the butterfly valves are available in large sizes and can cope with low-pressure drop and high-pressure recovery.
Pressure Relief Valves
ACT relief valves are compact and simple to operate, providing over pressure protection for typical applications such as reciprocating pumps and treating lines. Compact and simple to operate, the valves are direct acting, relying on the system’s hydraulic pressure to overcome a pre-set spring force to relieve. They are externally adjustable from zero pressure to maximum setting.
ACT Check Valves are flow control devices that permit flow in one direction but stop flow in the opposite direction. These check valves are used generally in well service applications and are placed in the treating line to allow to the well but isolate any back flow.
ACT valve bodies are made from alloy steel forgings which are designed to variety of end connections to be integrally machined. ACT plug and inserts are designed to resist abrasion and corrosion. ACT valves can be easily adopted for hydraulic or pneumatic and these configurations are often designed for integration with complete manifold systems.