Casing Cementing Equipment, Float Equipment, Centralizers, Stage Cementing - TechnicalAndProductSupport

By: TOP  09-12-2011
Keywords: Technical Support, Casing, Casing Cementing

The Top-Co team is populated with many employees possessing years of manufacturing and service experience in this specialized industry. The technical team understands your industry and the challenges you face. Top-Co has earned a reputation for depth of expertise and quality of service. Our technical support team adds tangible value to product applications and solutions.

Included in Top-Co’s support package is a dedicated Technical Services offering commencing with a Centralizer Placement Program. Successful casing / liner running and proper placement of casing centralizers are essential in obtaining a successful casing cementing job and avoidance of gas migration and potential blowouts. Computer modeling can predict drag, hook loads, optimum placement of centralizers and maximum casing stand-off. 

Submit the supplied well profile request form according to the instructions provided and Top-Co’s engineering staff will follow up with an optimum centralization model.

Or phone the following after hours number in Canada:


Centralizers and Casing Accessories:

Float Equipment, Stage Cementing Equipment and all other products:

Keywords: Casing, Casing Cementing, cementing equipment, Technical Support,

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