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Halliburton launches SuperFill II diverter

The SuperFill II diverter reduces induced surge pressure. (Image source: Halliburton)


Halliburton has a new addition to its SuperFill surge reduction equipment portfolio - the SuperFill II diverter 

The SuperFill II diverter tool is installed above the casing/liner hanger running tool to redirect fluid flow from the landing string to the annulus, enhancing auto-fill float equipment benefits and reducing induced surge pressure.

The innovative operating glass seat provides an open internal flow path with no restrictions once the diverter is closed.

The SuperFill II diverter is compatible with the industry’s liner and subsurface release plug systems. It enables 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.

Underlining that the introduction of the SuperFIll II diverter addresses the industry’s surge pressure challenges, Matt Lang, vice president Cementing said, “With this tool, we provide our customers a compatible, universal solution to help maximise 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.”