ERB Pulling Tool

The Evolution Model ERB Pulling Tool is designed to engage and retrieve downhole tools with an external fishing neck. Upward jarring is utilized to release the tool to be pulled.
Description

ERB Pulling Tool

ERB Puling Tool
Product Data Sheet

Pulling downhole tools with external fish necks

 


Applications

 

  • Pulling downhole tools with an external fish necks

Features

 

  • Cam surfaces on dogs ensure strong latch
  • Built-in emergency shear release mechanism
  • Reliable design










 

The Evolution Model ERB Pulling Tool is designed to engage and retrieve downhole tools with an external fishing neck.  Upward jarring is utilized to release the tool to be pulled.

 

Operation

The tool is operated by locating the lower end over the external fish neck of the tool to be pulled. The pulling tool dogs latch onto the fishing neck. Cam surfaces on the dogs force the lower end of the dogs to be pressed inward, thereby ensuring  a strong latch.

The ERB pulling tool (R body with a B core) pulls Otis® B, C, and W lock mandrel assemblies and mandrel assemblies with full relative motion.

Should the pulling tool not be able to retrieve the downhole tool, it can be released from the fishing neck so it may be brought out of the well. The shear pin can be sheared with repeated severe jarring. Once sheared, the cylinder spring forces the core to move up. This releases the pulling tool dogs.

Once the lips of the pulling tool dogs release, the ERB can be removed from the hole and the shear pin replaced.

 

Specifications

Description

Size

2-3/8”

2-7/8”

3-1/2”

4 ½”

Fish Neck OD

1.375”

1.75”

2.313”

3.125

Tool Body OD

1.72”

2.19”

2.68”

3.56”

Top Thread Connection

15 /16 ”-10

15 /16 ”-10

1- 1 /16 ”-10

1- 1 /16 ”-10

Bottom thread Connection

¾”- 16

¾”- 16

1.0”-14

1.0”-14

Shear Pin diameter

⅛ ”

3 /16

3 /16

3 /16

 



ERB Pulling Tool

 

Tags - ERB Pulling Tool, Flow Control, EOT, Evolution Oil Tools, pulling tool, RB Pulling tool, R pulling tool,

 

 

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