Casing Head casing spool casing head housing for oil and gas

A casting head is a simple metal flange that is welded or screwed onto the top of the conductor pipe or the casing. The casing head forms part of the wellhead system for the well, and it helps to hold everything in a component of the rig that sits atop the well. Its primary purpose is to direct the flow of oil and gas into the pipes that will transport them to the surface. The casing head also serves as a pressure valve, releasing fluids when the pressure gets too high. In addition, it can be used to inject water or other chemicals into the well, which can help to break up deposits and improve the flow of oil.

In oil drilling, a casing head is a critical piece of equipment. It is used to support the weight of the drill pipe and prevent it from collapsing. The casing head also provides a seal between the wellbore and the drill pipe. This seal is important because it prevents fluids and gas from escaping from the wellbore. Without a casing head, oil and gas would escape from the well, making it difficult to drill for oil. In addition, the casing head helps to stabilize the wellbore. It does this by providing support for the weight of the drill pipe and preventing it from moving around in the wellbore. Without a casing head, the drill pipe would be able to move around in the wellbore, making it difficult to drill for oil. The casing head is an essential piece of equipment for oil drilling.

Product Parameters

Top Flange Size (inches) Working Pressure (psi) Bottom Flange Size (inches) Working Pressure (psi)  
11″ 2,000 11″ 2,000  
11″ 2,000 13-5/8″ 3,000  
11″ 3,000 11″ 3,000  
11″ 3,000 11″ 2,000  
11″ 3,000 13-5/8″ 2,000  
11″ 3,000 13-5/8″ 3,000  
11″ 3,000 16-3/4″ 2,000  
11″ 3,000 16-3/4″ 3,000  
11″ 5,000 13-5/8″ 3,000  
11″ 5,000 16-3/4″ 3,000  
11″ 10,000 13-5/8″ 5,000  
13-5/8″ 3,000 16-3/4″ 3,000  
13-5/8″ 3,000 21-1/4″ 2,000  
13-5/8″ 5,000 20-3/4″ 3,000