Copperhead drillable bridge and frac plugs are most commonly used to isolate zones during multistage stimulation. The Copperhead Extreme* HPHT drillable bridge and frac plug can be used even in high-pressure and high-temperature reservoirs that are likely to have high fracturing pressures. The plugs are set using wireline, coiled tubing, or threaded pipe. The bridge plug has a solid core that allows it to hold pressure from both directions. The frac plug features a one-way, internal check valve that is closed with a ball while the zone above the plug is fractured. The plug can be run with the ball in place, the ball can be dropped from surface when the plug is in position, or a caged-ball configuration can be used. The check valve allows free flow of fluids from below the plug after the stimulation operation is completed. Plug components can be quickly drilled out with the Copperhead plug mill into small, consistently sized cuttings that are easily circulated out of the well.
Nondegradable aluminum material
Unique activation system to maintain a superior seal even under multiple pressure and temperature cycles
Proprietary slip design to keep wickers from chipping or cracking in hard steel casing and slipping in softer steel casing
Element backup system to keep rubber element locked in place with no extrusion
Rotational lock mechanism to prevent slipping or spinning during removal
Completion equipment Copperhead Drillable Bridge Plug Video