TCP Firing Heads and Hardware

Titan’s team of industry known and highly experienced engineers have developed innovative TCP hardware solutions that are cost effective and incredibly reliable. All assemblies are designed using a modular concept.

This greatly streamlines operations by allowing components to be easily interchanged between systems. The simplified design of the TCP systems makes maintenance and training easier. Inventory of spare parts is greatly reduced by the redundancy of components between systems and the reusability of most components.

Drop Bar Hydrostatic Firing Heads can be operated at low hydrostatic pressure conditions, providing a high underbalanced environment when guns are fired.

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The Direct Pressure Firing Head is designed for well conditions that are not favorable for dropping a detonating bar or where a backup pressure firing head is desirable.

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The Ball Drop Hydraulic Actuated Firing Head is ideal for coiled tubing perforating or pipe recovery services.

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The Dual Top Firing Head provides an ideal solution for redundant firing systems generally requested for rigless permanent completion perforating operations.

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The Dual Top Annulus Differential Pressure Firing Head uses differential pressure across the packer to actuate the firing head.

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Titan’s Gun to Gun Transfer system can reliably detonate as many guns as required with a 6 minute delay between each initiation.

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Titan has selected the explosive initiation technologies offered by Fike® to optimize its TCP systems to perfectly match and offer superior performance.

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The firing body securely contains the percussion initiator. Tubing pup joints are used to house firing heads.

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The Automatic Gun Release is designed to drop a gun string into the rathole immediately after firing.

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Titan’s Mechanical Gun Release is designed to provide an option to drop the guns into the rathole after firing.

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The Ported Debris Barrier Sub is an inexpensive device that provides flow ports and a barrier to prevent debris from falling onto mechanical or pressure activated firing heads.

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Titan’s glass disc Underbalance Sub uses a heat treated frangible disc barrier to isolate the tubing from the annulus allowing for a differential pressure necessary for underbalance perforating or post perforation surging.

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The typical method of correlating a TCP gun string is to use the pipe tally.

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Fill/Stop Fill Valves are used to establish a predetermined fluid level in the tubing while running in hole or as circulating valves to displace well fluid prior to setting a plug or packer.

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The Annular Pressure Packer Bypass assembly is used to transmit annular pressure below a retrievable packer in order to operate differential or direct pressure firing heads and annular pressure operated production vents.

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Creating underbalanced perforating scenarios using a permanent completion string in a well that already possess open perforations can be challenging as only tubing pressure can be manipulated.

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Creating underbalanced perforating scenarios using a permanent completion string in a well that already possess open perforations can be challenging as only tubing pressure can be manipulated.

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Titan's Tubing Swivel is designed to allow the tubing above and below a TCP gun assembly to rotate independently.

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Titan's Digital Shot Detection System is used to monitor and record downhole acoustics associated with TCP perforating.

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