FRAC & MANIFOLD SYSTEMS
Our frac manifold design is modular, flexible, and can result in a vast array of possible configurations, while allowing for continuous operation of multiple wells, improving utilization of pumping services.
A frac stack typically consists of upper and lower master valves, flow cross, wing valves, goat head, and swab valve. Frac stacks generally have larger bores and higher pressure ratings than production trees to accommodate the high flow rates and pressures necessary for hydraulic fracturing.
SSV Oil and Gas supplies and services frac stacks that temporarily replace the production wellhead during pressure pumping operations. In addition to protecting an operator’s production wellhead from the effects of pressure and abrasion during the fracturing process, our frac stacks allow high pressures and volumes of proppant to pass to the formation for maximum well response. Our frac stacks, which feature ball screw type and double acting hydraulic actuators to insure reliable operation every time, prevent costly repairs to your wellhead equipment.
Rating : 10000 thru 15000 psi
Size : from 3-1/16” thru 7-1/16”
Flow control unit used in the pressurization of fluid employed in hydraulic fracturing.
Fracturing fluid enters the missile at low pressure and is directed to the pump trucks for pressurization. High-pressure fluid returns to the missile and is directed to the well or, in the case of a multiwell pad, to a frac manifold.
SSV Valves produces zipper manifolds 5-1/8” to 7-1/16” with a working pressure up to 15,000 PSI. These zipper manifolds may also have single, dual, or quad outlets.