Halliburton Company, a provider of products and services to the energy industry, has added the SuperFill II diverter to its SuperFill surge reduction equipment portfolio.

According to the company, the SuperFill II diverter redirects fluid flow to minimize frictional pressure loss through the length of the landing string, thereby enhancing the benefits of the auto-fill float equipment.

Further, the operating glass seat offers an open internal flow path with no restrictions once the diverter is closed.

Source: Halliburton CompanySource: Halliburton Company

The SuperFill II diverter is compatible with the industry’s liner and subsurface release plug systems. The versatility of this feature reportedly ensures increased efficiency throughout the entire operational spectrum, from running casing to total depth, to the release of the cementing wiper plugs, to the installation of the liner.

The company explained: “With this tool, we provide our customers a compatible, universal solution to help maximize casing running speed. Because its glass ball seat leaves no debris after activation, there are no ID restrictions that limit use with additional downhole tools. Halliburton addresses the industry’s surge pressure challenges with the introduction of the SuperFill II diverter.”

For more on the SuperFill II diverter, visit the Halliburton Company website.

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