Layer wound slick lines

10/04/1999
Click here to enlarge imageNew spooling equipment is designed specifically for complete layer winding of slick lines.Spools are guaranteed with no crossovers so that wire lines will pay-off smoothly from the first to the last layer. The firm's agent will be winding stainless steel slick lines on to customers' wire line drums, and is therefore able to guarantee also no contact with, or contamination from, carbon wire line materials. The potential corrosion problems associated with carbon pickup is avoided, the firm points out.This company produces corrosion resistant and weld free stainless steel slick lines in continuous lengths up to 25,000 ft and from 1.83 mm up to 3.18 mm dia...
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