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Wireline and Slickline Cables

TABLE OF CONTENT

Description Page
SLICKLINE CABLE
WIRELINE SPECIFICATIONS Pg. 1 – 4
ARMOR WIRE / WIRELINE CORROSION RESISTANT Pg. 5
ALLOY 316 (UNS S31600) Pg. 6 – 10
ALLOY XM19 (UNS S20910) Pg. 11 – 15
CARBON STEEL TO API 9A Pg. 16 – 17
EXTRA HIGH STRENGTH (EHS) ARMOR WIRE Pg. 18 - 19
EXTRA HIGH STRENGTH (EHS) WIRELINES Pg. 20 – 21
ALLOY 25-6MO (UNS NO8926) Pg. 22 – 27
INCOLOY ® ALLOY 27-7MO (UNS S 31277) Pg. 28 – 35
ALLOY MP35N ® (UNS R30035) WIRE Pg. 36 – 41

DYCAM AND SWAB


DYCAM AND SWAB LINES GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Pg. 42
DYCAM LINES Pg. 43 – 46
SWAB LINES Pg. 47 – 51
TABLE OF CONTENT

Description Page
MONOCONDUCTOR CABLES
MONOCONDUCTOR CABLES SPECIFICATIONS Pg. 52
3/16” 4.70 MM MONOCONDUCTOR Pg. 53 – 54
7/32” 5.69 MM MONOCONDUCTOR Pg. 55 – 59
9/32” 7.32 MM MONOCONDUCTOR Pg. 60 – 63
5/16” 8.18 MM MONOCONDUCTOR Pg. 64 – 65

SLICK LINE CABLE TESTER


WIRE WRAPTOR Pg. 70 – 71
SLICKLINE CABLE
WIRELINE SPECIFICATIONS
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

For down hole oil, gas, and geothermal drilling, where severe corrosive
environments are involved.

RECOMMENDED GRADES
_ Type 316, XM19, 25-6MO, 27-7MO, MP35N®

SIZES
_ .082", .092", .108", .125", .140", .150", .160"
(other sizes as requested)

LENGTHS
_ 10,000/35,000 feet measured lengths
(+500, -0 feet tolerance)
ALLOY PRODUCT LINE

DIAMETER TOLERANCES Carbon Steel


± 0.001" For sweet wells. Not recommended for well environments containing H2S or CO2.

TEMPERS 316 SS
_ 200,000/ 270,000 psi, depending upon alloy Good resistance for general corrosion. Not recommended for wells with H2S.
PREN = 25

PACKAGING
_ 500 and 1,000 pound non-returnable reels;
XM19
1,200# and 1,400# steel returnable reels An improved version of 316 SS. Better corrosion resistance and break strength
than 316 SS. Works well in chlorides and CO2. Not recommended for wells with
H2S. PREN = 38
GOOD WIRELINE HANDLING PRACTICES
_ Do not drop or damage spools
_ Maintain adequate back tension during res-pooling and winding
25-6MO
operations Intermediate alloy. Suitable for use in wells that have moderate concentrations of
_ Maintain natural curvature of the wire during winding and res-pooling H2S.
operations PREN = 47
_ Do not rub on ground or non-rolling sheaves and bearing surfaces
_ Do not allow loops, bends, or kinks to occur – this can damage or 27-7MO
break the line Optimum intermediate alloy. An improved version of
_ Do clean the wireline after use 25-6MO. Better corrosion resistance and break strength than 25-6MO.
PREN = 56

MP35N®
Top of the line. Used in the most severe well environments.
PREN = 53*

It should be noted that the PREN value for MP35N® doesn’t reflect the true
comparative corrosion resistance compared to the other alloys. MP35N® contains
about 35% cobalt. Cobalt is a critical factor in terms of corrosion resistance and
break strength. However, cobalt percentages are not included in the PREN
formula and thus tend to skew the relative corrosion resistance results in this
instance.
WIRELINE SPECIFICATIONS
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

ALLOY CHEMISTRY (KEY ELEMENTS)


Alloy UNS C Mn Cr Ni Mo Cu N Co Ti

316 S31600 .08 2.0 16.0 – 18.0 10.0 – 14.0 2.0 – 3.0 - - - -

XM19 S20910 .06 4.0 – 6.0 20.5 – 23.5 11.5 – 13.5 1.5 – 3.0 - .20 - .40 - -

25-6MO NO8926 .02 2.0 19.0 – 21.0 24.0 – 26.0 6.0 – 7.0 0.5 – 1.5 .15 - .25 - -

27-7MO S31277 .02 3.0 20.5 – 23.0 26.0 – 28.0 6.6 - 8.0 0.5 – 1.5 .30 - .40 - -

MP35N® R30035 .02 0.1 19.0 – 21.0 33.0 – 37.0 9.0 – 10.5 - - BAL 1.0

* Note: 25-6MO, SUPA 75®, and GD31MO® have equivalent chemistries


Chemical values are maximum values unless a range is given or otherwise noted.

WIRELINE MINIMUM BREAK STRENGTH**

SIZE 316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

.082” 1135# 1215# 1175# 1267# 1294#

.092” 1429# 1529# 1475# 1595# 1629#

.108” 1924# 2107# 2050# 2199# 2217#

.125” 2577# 2823# 2650# 2884# 2945#

.140” 3233# 3541# 3250# 3618# 3695#

.150” 3711# 4064# 3750# 4153# 4241#

.160” 4222# 4624# 4250# 4725# 4825#

THE RECOMMENDED SAFE WORKING LOAD IS 60% OF MINIMUM BREAK STRENGTH


SIZE 316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

.082” 681# 729# 705# 760# 776#

.092” 857# 917# 885# 957# 977#

.108” 1154# 1264# 1230# 1319# 1330#

.125” 1546# 1694# 1590# 1730# 1767#

.140” 1940# 2125# 1950# 2171# 2217#

.150” 2227# 2438# 2250# 2412# 2545#

.160” 2533# 2774# 2550# 2835# 2895#

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WIRELINE SPECIFICATIONS
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

RECOMMENDED MINIMUM SHEAVE DIAMETER (INCHES):

SIZE SHEAVE SIZE

.082” 13”

.092” 13”

.108” 15”

.125” 17.5”

.140” 20”

.150” 20”

.160” 22”

WEIGHT PER FOOT (LBS.) FOR WIRELINES

Alloy .082” .092” .108” .125” .140” .150” .160”

316 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

XM19 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

25-6MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

27-7MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

MP35N® 0.020 0.025 0.034 0.046 0.057 0.066 0.075

DENSITY/CORROSION

Alloy DENSITY (LB/IN³) CORROSION


(PREN)

316 .287 26

XM19 .285 38 STATEMENTS


.290 47
1. All wirelines must pass an eddy current test as part
25-6MO
Page 17 of our NDT quality assurance program.
27-7MO .289 56 2. All wirelines must pass an aged wrap test as part of
our NDT quality assurance program.
MP35N® .309 53 3. All wirelines have full traceability.

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WIRELINE SPECIFICATIONS
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

RECOMMENDED MINIMUM SHEAVE DIAMETER (INCHES):

SIZE SHEAVE SIZE

.082” 13”

.092” 13”

.108” 15”

.125” 17.5”

.140” 20”

.150” 20”

.160” 22”

WEIGHT PER FOOT (LBS.) FOR WIRELINES

Alloy .082” .092” .108” .125” .140” .150” .160”

316 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

XM19 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

25-6MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

27-7MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

MP35N® 0.020 0.025 0.034 0.046 0.057 0.066 0.075

DENSITY/CORROSION
Alloy DENSITY (LB/IN³) CORROSION
(PREN)

316 .287 26

XM19 .285 38 STATEMENTS


1. All wirelines must pass an eddy current test as part
25-6MO .290 47 of our NDT quality assurance program.
Page 17
.289 56
2. All wirelines must pass an aged wrap test as part of
27-7MO
our NDT quality assurance program.
MP35N® .309 53 3. All wirelines have full traceability.

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CARBON STEEL WELL MEASURING WIRE
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

IPS
DIAMETER DEACERO SUGGESTED SHEAVE DIAMETER TORSION (MIN) MIN. BREAKING
lbs/mft DIAMETER TOLERANCE STRENGHT (LBS)

0.072 13.9 13” +/- .001 30” 961

0.082 180 16” +/- .001 27” 1239

0.092 22.6 18” +/- .001 24” 1547

0.108 31.2 21” +/- .001 20” 2109

0.125 41.8 25” +/- .001 17” 2794

EIPS

DIAMETER DEACERO SUGGESTED SHEAVE DIAMETER TORSION (MIN) MIN. BREAKING


lbs/mft DIAMETER TOLERANCE STRENGHT (LBS)

0.072 13.9 13” +/- .001 30” 961

0.082 18.0 16” +/- .001 27” 1239

0.092 22.6 18” +/- .001 24” 1547

0.108 31.2 21” +/- .001 20” 2109

0.125 41.8 25” +/- .001 17” 2794

0.160 68.4 32” +/- .001 12” 5120

EEIPS

DIAMETER DEACERO SUGGESTED SHEAVE DIAMETER TORSION (MIN) MIN. BREAKING


lbs/mft DIAMETER TOLERANCE STRENGHT (LBS)

0.108 31.2 21” +/- .001 17” 2739

0.125 41.8 25” +/- .001 17” 2794

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ARMOR WIRE/ WIRELINE CORROSION RESISTANT ALLOY-
COMPARISON CHART
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

Note: Single entry for chemistry element denotes maximum


PREN = Cr + 3.3 Mo + 30N
CPT (°C) = 2.5 Cr + 7.6 Mo + 31.9 N - 41

* 25-6MO is also identified as UNS N08926. Other trade names that have the same UNS number and are therefore considered equivalent to the 25-
6MO alloy are: Supa 75, Sanicro 26 and GD31Mo.

** SAF2205 is also identified as UNS S31803. Other Trade names that have the same UNS number and are therefore considered equivalent to the
SAF2205 alloy are: Supa 40 and GD22.
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ALLOY 316(UNS S31600)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

APPLICATION OF ALLOY 316 (UNS S31600) WIRE:


_ Armoring applications on electromechanical cables
_ Wirelines for down hole service applications

CHARACTERISTICS:
Alloy 316 (UNS S31600) is an austenitic stainless steel that provides good corrosion resistance in CO2 well environments. The 316 stainless steel alloy is
our entry level CRA (corrosion resistant alloy) product for oil patch applications. It contains about 17% chromium, 12% nickel, and 2.5% molybdenum,
which readily enables it to replace conventional carbon/plow steel in corrosive environments.
The alloy offers good resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion, but is not recommended for use in H2S environments. Performance in these areas is
often measured using Critical Pitting Temperatures (CPT), Critical Crevice Temperatures (CCT), and Pitting Resistance Equivalent Numbers (PREN).
ASTM Standard Test Methods G 48 is also referenced. It covers the procedures for the determination of the resistance of various alloys to pitting and
crevice corrosion.

LIMITING CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ALLOY 316

Ni Cr Mo C Mn N Fe

10.00 – 14.00 16.00 – 18.00 2.00 – 3.00 0.08 max. 2.00 max. 0.10 max remainder

Tensile strengths in the order of 205/260,000 psi are achieved through cold drawing. At these strength levels, the wire is ductile and able to successfully
pass the wrap test in the as drawn condition as well as the as drawn plus exposed to temperatures as high as 300°F conditions. This wrap or bend test shows
no surface cracking or failure in either condition.

For comparison purposes, PREN and CPT numbers are presented for these alloys:
PREN AND CPT NUMBERS*

Alloy PREN CPT ( ̊F) CPT ( ̊C)

316 26 72 22

ALLOY 2205 36 108 42

XM19 38 106 41

ALLOY 28 40 129 54

25-6MO 47 149 65

27-7MO 56 176 80

MP35N® 53 183 84

* PREN = Cr + 3.3 Mo + 30N


* CPT (°C) = 2.5 Cr + 7.6 Mo + 31.9 N – 41

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ALLOY 316(UNS S31600)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF 316 IN ANNEALED CONDITION AT


ROOM TEMPERATURE

DENSITY .287 (LB/IN³)

MELTING RANGE 2,500 – 2,550 ( ̊F)

SPECIFIC HEAT 0.12 (BTU/LB * ̊F

ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY 445 (OHM * CIRC MIL/FT)

PERMEABILITY AT 200 OERSTED 47

TECHNICAL DATA
ALLOY CHEMISTRY

Alloy UNS C Mn Cr Ni Mo Cu N Co Ti

316 S31600 .08 2.0 16.0 – 18.0 10.0 – 14.0 2.0 – 3.0 - - - -

XM19 S20910 .06 4.0 – 6.0 20.5 – 23.5 11.5 – 13.5 1.5 – 3.0 - .20 - .40 - -

25-6MO NO8926 .02 2.0 19.0 – 21.0 24.0 – 26.0 6.0 – 7.0 0.5 – 1.5 .15 - .25 - -

27-7MO S31277 .02 3.0 20.5 – 23.0 26.0 – 28.0 6.6 - 8.0 0.5 – 1.5 .30 - .40 - -

MP35N® R30035 .02 0.1 19.0 – 21.0 33.0 – 37.0 9.0 – 10.5 - - BAL 1.0

(Maximum values unless range specified)

ARMOR WIRE TYPICAL TENSILE STRENGTH RANGES (KSI)

SIZE 316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

.010” - .029” 230/260 250/280 245/275 250/280 270-300

.030” - .049” 225/260 245/280 240/275 245/280 265/300

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ALLOY 316(UNS S31600)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

WIRELINE MINIMUM BREAK STRENGTH**

SIZE 316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

.082” 1135# 1215# 1175# 1267# 1294#

.092” 1429# 1529# 1475# 1595# 1629#

.108” 1924# 2107# 2050# 2199# 2217#

.125” 2577# 2823# 2650# 2884# 2945#

.140” 3233# 3541# 3250# 3618# 3695#

.150” 3711# 4064# 3750# 4153# 4241#

.160” 4222# 4624# 4250# 4725# 4825#

(** The recommended safe working load is 60% of minimum break strength)

DENSITY/CORROSION
Alloy DENSITY (LB/IN³) CORROSION CPT ( ̊F) CPT ( ̊C)
(PREN)

316 .287 26 72 22

XM19 .285 38 106 41

25-6MO .290 47 149 65

27-7MO .289 56 176 80

MP35N® .309 53 183 84

PREN = Cr + 3.3 Mo + 30N

EXAMPLES OF THEORETICAL ACCEPTABLE WELL ENVIRONMENTS FOR 316 WIRE*

CHLORIDES TEMP ̊ F H2S CO2 PRESSURE (PSI) REQ. MIN PITTING 316 (PI) 316 (PREN)
INDEX (PI)

20,000 PPM 325 0% 6% 12,000 16.50 25.25 26

10,000 PPM 106 0% 5% 1,100 13.00 25.25 26

25,000 PPM 275 0% 8% 3,000 16.5 25.25 26

50,000 PPM 240 0% 10% 3,500 13.00 25.25 26

5,000 PPM 276 0% 0.5% 13,000 16.5 25.25 26

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ALLOY 316(UNS S31600)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

The theoretical acceptable well environments are based on the SOCRATES software. SOCRATES is a comprehensive material selection tool for oil and gas
applications that selects corrosion resistant alloys (CRA) through material evaluation based on mechanical strength parameters, heat treatment/cold
work and hardness limitations. The program also evaluates the characterization of the environment in terms of operating pressure, temperature, pH,
H2S, chlorides, elemental sulfur, aeration, gas to oil ratio and water to gas ratio water cut. Stress corrosion cracking, hydrogen embrittlement cracking,
sulfide stress cracking and resistance to pitting corrosion are also evaluated. The examples above are based on the environment listed and do not take
into consideration the actual values of elemental sulfur, aeration, gas to oil ratio and water to gas ratio water cut.

PI= Cr + 3.3Mo + 11N + 1.5(W+Nb)


PREN = Cr + 3.3Mo + 30N

NOMINAL CHEMICAL COMPOSITION COMPARISON

CHEMICAL ELEMENT UNS S31600 UNS S20910 UNS NO8926 UNS S31277 UNS R30035
316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

Fe 65.4 56.40 46.30 39.65 1.00

Mn 2.00 5.00 2.00 3.00 0.15

Ni 12.00 12.50 25.00 27.00 35.00

Co * * * * 32.90

Cr 17.00 22.00 20.00 21.75 20.00

Mo 2.50 2.25 6.50 7.25 9.75

W * * * * *

Nb * 0.20 * * *

N * 0.30 0.20 0.35 *

PI 25.25 33.03 43.65 49.53 52.18

* Trace

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ALLOY 316(UNS S31600)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

MATERIAL SELECTION OVERVIEW


Pitting Index

60

50

40

30

20

10

0
316 S31600 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N
S20910 NO8926 S31277 R30035

WEIGHT PER FOOT (LBS.) FOR WIRELINES

Alloy .082” .092” .108” .125” .140” .150” .160”

316 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

XM19 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

25-6MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

27-7MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

MP35N® 0.020 0.025 0.034 0.046 0.057 0.066 0.075

STATEMENTS
1. All wirelines must pass an eddy current test as part of our NDT quality assurance program.
2. All wirelines must pass an aged wrap test as part of our NDT quality assurance program.
3. All wirelines have full traceability.
4. All 316 wirelines are 100% weld free and supplied in continuous lengths.

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ALLOY XM19 (UNS S20910)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

APPLICATION FOR ALLOY XM19 (UNS S20910):


_ Armoring applications on electromechanical cables
_ Wirelines for down hole service applications

CHARACTERISTICS
Alloy XM19 (UNS S20910) is a nitrogen strengthened austenitic stainless steel that provides a good combination of corrosion resistance and tensile
strength. It contains about 22% chromium, 12.5% nickel, and about 2.25% molybdenum, which readily enables it to replace conventional austenitic
steels such as Type 316. The alloy offers very good resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion. Performance in these areas is often measured using
Critical Pitting Temperatures (CPT), Critical Crevice Temperatures (CCT), and Pitting Resistance Equivalent Numbers (PREN). Data is available to show
superior values for alloy XM19 compared to AISI 316. ASTM Standard Test Methods G 48 is also referenced. It covers the procedures for the
determination of the resistance of various alloys to pitting and crevice corrosion.

LIMITING CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ALLOY XM19


Ni Cr Mn Mo N C Si Nb V Fe

11.50 – 20.50 – 4.00 – 1.50 – 3.00 0.20 – 0.06 MAX 1.00 MAX 0.10 – 0.30 0.10 – 0.30 remainder
13.50 23.50 6.00 0.40.

This chemical composition provides significantly better resistance to chloride ion stress corrosion cracking than lower alloyed materials such as AISI 316
stainless steel.
The alloy XM19 wire produces higher mechanical properties than AISI 316. Tensile strengths in the order of 225/280,000 psi are achieved through cold
drawing.

At these strength levels, the wire is ductile and able to successfully pass the wrap test in the as drawn condition as well as the as drawn plus exposed to
temperatures as high as 350°F conditions. This wrap or bend test shows no surface cracking or failure in either condition.

For comparison purposes, PREN and CPT numbers are presented for these alloys: * PREN = Cr + 3.3 Mo + 30N
PREN AND CPT NUMBERS* * CPT (°C) = 2.5 Cr + 7.6 Mo + 31.9 N – 41

Alloy PREN CPT ( ̊F) CPT ( ̊C)

316 26 72 22

ALLOY 2205 36 108 42

XM19 38 106 41

ALLOY 28 40 129 54

25-6MO 47 149 65

27-7MO 56 176 80

MP35N® 53 183 84

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ALLOY XM19 (UNS S20910)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF XM19 IN ANNEALED CONDITION AT ROOM


TEMPERATURE

DENSITY .285 (LB/IN³)

MELTING RANGE 2,500 – 2,550 ( ̊F)

SPECIFIC HEAT 0.12 (BTU/LB * ̊F

ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY 493 (OHM * CIRC MIL/FT)

PERMEABILITY AT 200 OERSTED 1.004

TECHNICAL DATA
ALLOY CHEMISTRY

Alloy UNS C Mn Cr Ni Mo Cu N Co Ti

316 S31600 .08 2.0 16.0 – 18.0 10.0 – 14.0 2.0 – 3.0 - - - -

XM19 S20910 .06 4.0 – 6.0 20.5 – 23.5 11.5 – 13.5 1.5 – 3.0 - .20 - .40 - -

25-6MO NO8926 .02 2.0 19.0 – 21.0 24.0 – 26.0 6.0 – 7.0 0.5 – 1.5 .15 - .25 - -

27-7MO S31277 .02 3.0 20.5 – 23.0 26.0 – 28.0 6.6 - 8.0 0.5 – 1.5 .30 - .40 - -

MP35N® R30035 .02 0.1 19.0 – 21.0 33.0 – 37.0 9.0 – 10.5 - - BAL 1.0

(Maximum values unless range specified)

ARMOR WIRE TYPICAL TENSILE STRENGTH RANGES (KSI)

SIZE 316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

.010” - .029” 230/260 250/280 245/275 250/280 270-300

.030” - .049” 225/260 245/280 240/275 245/280 265/300

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ALLOY XM19 (UNS S20910)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

WIRELINE MINIMUM BREAK STRENGTH**

SIZE 316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

.082” 1135# 1215# 1175# 1267# 1294#

.092” 1429# 1529# 1475# 1595# 1629#

.108” 1924# 2107# 2050# 2199# 2217#

.125” 2577# 2823# 2650# 2884# 2945#

.140” 3233# 3541# 3250# 3618# 3695#

.150” 3711# 4064# 3750# 4153# 4241#

.160” 4222# 4624# 4250# 4725# 4825#

(** The recommended safe working load is 60% of minimum break strength)

DENSITY/CORROSION
Alloy DENSITY (LB/IN³) CORROSION CPT ( ̊F) CPT ( ̊C)
(PREN)

316 .287 26 72 22

XM19 .285 38 106 41

25-6MO .290 47 149 65

27-7MO .289 56 176 80

MP35N® .309 53 183 84

PREN = Cr + 3.3 Mo + 30N

EXAMPLES OF THEORETICAL ACCEPTABLE WELL ENVIRONMENTS FOR XM19 WIRE*

CHLORIDES TEMP ̊ F H2S CO2 PRESSURE (PSI) REQ. MIN PITTING XM19 (PI) XM19 (PREN)
INDEX (PI)

20,000 PPM 325 0% 6% 12,000 16.50 33.03 38

20,000 PPM 380 1% 9% 5,000 31.50 33.03** 38

100,000 PPM 275 0% 10% 10,000 30.00 33.03 38

20,000 PPM 200 0% 80% 5,000 13.00 33.03 38

90,000 PPM 326 0% 30% 5,000 16.50 33.03 38

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ALLOY XM19 (UNS S20910)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

The theoretical acceptable well environments are based on the SOCRATES software. SOCRATES is a comprehensive material selection tool for oil and gas
applications that selects corrosion resistant alloys (CRA) through material evaluation based on mechanical strength parameters, heat treatment/cold
work and hardness limitations. The program also evaluates the characterization of the environment in terms of operating pressure, temperature, pH,
H2S, chlorides, elemental sulfur, aeration, gas to oil ratio and water to gas ratio water cut. Stress corrosion cracking, hydrogen embrittlement cracking,
sulfide stress cracking and resistance to pitting corrosion are also evaluated. The examples above are based on the environment listed and do not take
into consideration the actual values of elemental sulfur, aeration, gas to oil ratio and water to gas ratio water cut.

PI= Cr + 3.3Mo + 11N + 1.5(W+Nb)


PREN = Cr + 3.3Mo + 30N

NOMINAL CHEMICAL COMPOSITION COMPARISON

CHEMICAL ELEMENT UNS S31600 UNS S20910 UNS NO8926 UNS S31277 UNS R30035
316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

Fe 65.4 56.40 46.30 39.65 1.00

Mn 2.00 5.00 2.00 3.00 0.15

Ni 12.00 12.50 25.00 27.00 35.00

Co * * * * 32.90

Cr 17.00 22.00 20.00 21.75 20.00

Mo 2.50 2.25 6.50 7.25 9.75

W * * * * *

Nb * 0.20 * * *

N * 0.30 0.20 0.35 *

PI 25.25 33.03 43.65 49.53 52.18

* Trace

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ALLOY XM19 (UNS S20910)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

MATERIAL SELECTION OVERVIEW


Pitting Index

60

50

40

30

20

10

0
316 S31600 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N
S20910 NO8926 S31277 R30035

WEIGHT PER FOOT (LBS.) FOR WIRELINES

Alloy .082” .092” .108” .125” .140” .150” .160”

316 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

XM19 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

25-6MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

27-7MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

MP35N® 0.020 0.025 0.034 0.046 0.057 0.066 0.075

STATEMENTS
1. All wirelines must pass an eddy current test as part of our NDT quality assurance program.
2. All wirelines must pass an aged wrap test as part of our NDT quality assurance program.
3. All wirelines have full traceability.
4. All XM19 wirelines are 100% weld free and supplied in continuous lengths.

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CARBON STEEL TO API 9A
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

APPLICATION FOR CARBON STEEL WIRE:


_ Wirelines for down hole service applications

CHARACTERISTICS
Carbon steel IPS and EIP to API 9A provides good service for environments which do not require corrosion resistant material. It is
our entry level product for oil patch wireline applications.

GOOD WIRELINE HANDLING PRACTICES


_ Do not drop or damage spools
_ Maintain adequate back tension during re-spooling and winding operations
_ Maintain natural curvature of the wire during winding and re-spooling operations
_ Do not rub on ground or non-rolling sheaves and bearing surfaces
_ Do not allow loops, bends, or kinks to occur - this can damage or break the line
_ Do clean the wireline after use

LIMITING CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF CARBON STEEL (IPS AND EIP)

Ni Cr Mn Mo C Si P S Cu

0.10* 0.10* 0.4 – 0.8 0.02* 0.56 – 0.85 0.15 – 0.35 0.020* 0.020* 0.12*

*max.

Tensile strengths in the order of 230/280,000 psi are achieved through cold drawing. At these strength levels, the wire is
ductile and able to successfully pass the wrap test in the as drawn condition. A successful wrap, bend, or torsion test
shows no surface cracking or brittle failure.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON STEEL WIRE AT ROOM TEMPERATURE

DENSITY 0.29 (LB/IN³)

MODULUS OF ELASTICITY, E 29.8 * 106 (PSI)

COEFFICIENT OF LINEAR EXPANSION 0.11 (MM/M) ̊C

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WIRELINE MINIMUM BREAK LOAD, WT. PER FOOT, TORSIONS, ELONGATION

WIRE SIZE WT. PER FT IPS BREAK LOAD* IPS TORSION** IPS EIP BREAK EIP TORSIONS
ELONGATION*** LOAD*

.072” 0.014# 961# 29 1.5% 1150# 26

.082” 0.018# 1239# 26 1.5% 1460# 23

.092” 0.023# 1547# 23 1.5% 1830# 21

.108” 0.032# 2109# 19 1.5% 2490# 18

.125” 0.042# 2794# 17 1.5 3300# 15

* The recommended safe working load is 60% of minimum breaking load


** Torsions per 8" test length; reference ASTM A938 for test procedure
*** Elongation measured in 10" gauge length

_ Diameter tolerances: ± 0.001"


_ All wirelines meet or exceed the requirements of API 9A
_ All wirelines are 100 % weld free and supplied in continuous lengths
_ All wirelines are wrap and torsion tested
_ All wirelines have full traceability

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EXTRA HIGH STRENGTH (EHS) ARMOR WIRE
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

EXTRA HIGH STRENGTH (EHS) ARMOR WIRE:


_ The EHS process is available for MP35N®, alloy 27-7MO, and alloy 25-6MO armor wire.
_ The EHS process is available for armor wire sizes 0.020” - 0.066” diameters.

ALLOY CHEMISTRY

Alloy UNS C Mn Cr Ni Mo Cu N Co Ti

25-6MO NO8926 .02 2.0 19.0 – 21.0 24.0 – 26.0 6.0 – 7.0 0.5 – 1.5 .15 - .25 - -

27-7MO S31277 .02 3.0 20.5 – 23.0 26.0 – 28.0 6.6 - 8.0 0.5 – 1.5 .30 - .40 - -

MP35N® R30035 .02 0.1 19.0 – 21.0 33.0 – 37.0 9.0 – 10.5 - - BAL 1.0

EHS TENSILE STRENGTH RANGES – COMPARISON TO STANDARD STRENGTH

SIZE 25-6MO 25-6MO –EHS 27-7MO 27-7MO –EHS MP35N® MP35N®- EHS

.020” - .066” 245/275,000 PSI 260/290,000 PSI 250/280,000 PSI 275/305,000 PSI 270/300,000 PSI 300/325,000 PSI

Alloy DENSITY (LB/IN³) CORROSION CPT ( ̊F) CPT ( ̊C)


(PREN)

25-6MO .290 47 149 65

27-7MO .289 56 176 80

MP35N® .309 53 183 84

PREN = Cr + 3.3 Mo + 30N


CPT (C°) = 2.5Cr + 7.6Mo + 31.9N-41

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EXTRA HIGH STRENGTH (EHS) ARMOR WIRE
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

WEIGHT PER FOOT (LBS.) FOR ARMOR WIRE


Alloy .0243” .031” .0323” .0358” .040” .0445”

316 .00159 .00528 .00280 .00344 .00430 .00532

XM19 .00159 .00258 .00280 .00344 .00430 .00532

25-6MO .00161 .00263 .00285 .00350 .00437 .00541

27-7MO .00161 .00262 .00284 .00349 .00436 .00539

MP35N® .00172 .00280 .00304 .00373 .00466 .00577

STATEMENTS
1. All EHS armor wires are produced using shaved, defect free rod material.
2. All EHS armor wires must pass an aged wrap test as part of our NDT quality assurance program.
3. All EHS armor wires have full traceability

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EXTRA HIGH STRENGTH (EHS) WIRELINES
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

EXTRA HIGH STRENGTH (EHS) WIRELINES:


_ The EHS process is available for MP35N®, alloy 27-7MO, and alloy 25-6MO wirelines.
_ The EHS process is available for all wireline sizes and lengths.

ALLOY CHEMISTRY*

Alloy UNS C Mn Cr Ni Mo Cu N Co Ti

25-6MO NO8926 .02 2.0 19.0 – 21.0 24.0 – 26.0 6.0 – 7.0 0.5 – 1.5 .15 - .25 - -

27-7MO S31277 .02 3.0 20.5 – 23.0 26.0 – 28.0 6.6 - 8.0 0.5 – 1.5 .30 - .40 - -

MP35N® R30035 .02 0.1 19.0 – 21.0 33.0 – 37.0 9.0 – 10.5 - - BAL 1.0

EHS TYPICAL BREAK STRENGTH** - COMPARISON TO STANDARD STRENGTHS


SIZE 25-6MO 25-6 MO - EHS 27-7MO 27-7MO - EHS MP35N® MP35N® - EHS

.082” 1175# 1245# 1267# 1426# 1294# 1479#

.092” 1475# 1660# 1595# 1795# 1629# 1861#

.108” 2050# 2280# 2199# 2473# 2217# 2565#

.125” 2650# 2970# 2884# 3313# 2945# 3436#

.140” 3250# 3695# 3618# 4156# 3695# 4310#

.150” 3750# 4250# 4153# 4771# 4241# 4948#

.160” 4250# 4810# 4725# 5429# 4825# 5630#

** (The recommended safe work load is 60 % of typical break strength)

DENSITY/CORROSION
Alloy DENSITY (LB/IN³) CORROSION CPT ( ̊F) CPT ( ̊C)
(PREN)

25-6MO .290 47 149 65

27-7MO .289 56 176 80

MP35N® .309 53 183 84

PREN = Cr + 3.3Mo + 30N


CPT (C°) = 2.5Cr + 7.6Mo + 31.9N – 41

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EXTRA HIGH STRENGTH (EHS) WIRELINES
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

WEIGHT PER FOOT (LBS.) FOR WIRELINES

Alloy .082” .092” .108” .125” .140” .150” .160”

316 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

XM19 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

25-6MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

27-7MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

MP35N® 0.020 0.025 0.034 0.046 0.057 0.066 0.075

STATEMENTS
1. All EHS wirelines are produced using shaved, defect free rod material.
2. All EHS wirelines must pass an eddy current test as part of our NDT quality assurance program.
3. All EHS wirelines must pass an aged wrap test as part of our NDT quality assurance program.
4. All EHS wirelines have full traceability.

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ALLOY 25-6MO (UNS NO8926)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

APPLICATION FOR ALLOY 25-6MO (UNS NO8926) WIRE:


_ Armoring applications on electromechanical cables
_ Wirelines for down hole service applications
_ Shaping/shaped wire for down hole well screens

CHARACTERISTICS

Alloy 25-6MO (UNS NO8926) is a “super austenitic” stainless steel offering excellent corrosion resistance in a wide variety of aggressive, aqueous
environments. It contains about 6% molybdenum which along with higher levels of chromium and nickel, readily enables
it to replace the conventional austenitic steels such as Type 316 and Type 317. It also represents a cost-effective alternative to the higher nickel alloys in
some marine, petroleum, and chemical processing environments.

The alloy offers excellent resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion. Performance in these areas is often measured using Critical Pitting Temperatures
(CPT), Critical Crevice Temperatures (CCT), and Pitting Resistance Equivalent Numbers (PREN). Data* is available to show superior values for alloy 25-
6MO compared to AISI 316, AISI 317, alloy 904L, and alloy 2205.
ASTM Standard Test Methods G 48 is also referenced. It covers the procedures for the determination of the resistance of various alloys to pitting and
crevice corrosion.

* Reference: Inco Alloys International publication


number IAI-43-3, (INCO alloy 25-6MO) dated 1994.

For comparison purposes, PREN and CPT numbers are presented for these alloys:
PREN AND CPT NUMBERS*

Alloy PREN CPT ( ̊F) CPT ( ̊C)

316 26 72 22

ALLOY 2205 36 108 42

XM19 38 106 41

ALLOY 28 40 129 54

25-6MO 47 149 65

27-7MO 56 176 80

MP35N® 53 183 84

* PREN = Cr + 3.3 Mo + 30N


* CPT (°C) = 2.5 Cr + 7.6 Mo + 31.9 N – 41

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LIMITING CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ALLOY 25-6MO

Ni Cr Mn Mo N C Cu Fe

24.00 - 26.00 19.00 – 21.00 2.00 max 6.0 – 7.0 0.15 – 0.25 0.020 max 0.5 – 1.5 remainder

The chemical balance (and especially the 25% nickel and the 0.20% nitrogen contents) provides significantly better resistance to chloride-ion stress
corrosion cracking than lower nickel alloys such as AISI 317 stainless steel. This is illustrated quite well by the Copson U-Curve in the INCO publication
IAI-46-3.

The alloy 25-6MO wire produces higher mechanical properties than AISI 316L. Tensile strengths in the order of 210/250,000 psi are achieved through
cold drawing. At these strength levels, the wire is ductile and able to successfully pass the wrap test in the as drawn condition as well as the as drawn
plus exposed to temperatures as high as 400°F conditions. This wrap or bend test shows no surface cracking or failure.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF ALLOY 25-6MO AT ROOM TEMPERATURE ARE AS FOLLOWS

DENSITY .290 (LB/IN³)

MELTING RANGE 2,410 – 2,550 ( ̊F)

SPECIFIC HEAT 0.12 (BTU/LB * ̊F

ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY 480 (OHM * CIRC MIL/FT)

PERMEABILITY AT 200 OERSTED 1.005

Alloy 25-6MO is also identified as UNS N08926. Wire products are covered by ASTM B649. A number of other commercially available alloy designations
are related to alloy 25-6MO through the UNS N08926 designation or through published chemistry ranges. These alternate designations or trademarks
include:
_ INCO® alloy 25-6MO (trademark of Special Metals Corporation)
_ GD31MO (trademark of Greening Donald)
_ SUPA 75 (trademark of Bridon)
_ Cronifer® 1925hMo (trademark of Krupp VDM)
_ AL6XN (trademark of Allegheny Ludlum Corporation)
_ Phy 4529 (trademark of Metalimphy Alloys Corporation)

Through the connecting UNS NO8926 alloy designation, 25-6MO, SUPA 75, and GD31MO describe the same alloy and therefore have equivalent
chemistries. Material produced to the UNS NO8926 chemistry ranges and manufactured into armor wire or wirelines will provide an excellent quality
product.

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QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

ALLOY CHEMISTRY

Alloy UNS C Mn Cr Ni Mo Cu N Co Ti

316 S31600 .08 2.0 16.0 – 18.0 10.0 – 14.0 2.0 – 3.0 - - - -

XM19 S20910 .06 4.0 – 6.0 20.5 – 23.5 11.5 – 13.5 1.5 – 3.0 - .20 - .40 - -

25-6MO NO8926 .02 2.0 19.0 – 21.0 24.0 – 26.0 6.0 – 7.0 0.5 – 1.5 .15 - .25 - -

27-7MO S31277 .02 3.0 20.5 – 23.0 26.0 – 28.0 6.6 - 8.0 0.5 – 1.5 .30 - .40 - -

MP35N® R30035 .02 0.1 19.0 – 21.0 33.0 – 37.0 9.0 – 10.5 - - BAL 1.0

(Maximum values unless range specified)

ARMOR WIRE TYPICAL TENSILE STRENGTH RANGES (KSI)

SIZE 316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

.010” - .029” 230/260 250/280 245/275 250/280 270-300

.030” - .049” 225/260 245/280 240/275 245/280 265/300

WIRELINE MINIMUM BREAK STRENGTH**

SIZE 316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

.082” 1135# 1215# 1175# 1267# 1294#

.092” 1429# 1529# 1475# 1595# 1629#

.108” 1924# 2107# 2050# 2199# 2217#

.125” 2577# 2823# 2650# 2884# 2945#

.140” 3233# 3541# 3250# 3618# 3695#

.150” 3711# 4064# 3750# 4153# 4241#

.160” 4222# 4624# 4250# 4725# 4825#

(** The recommended safe working load is 60% of minimum break strength)

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DENSITY/CORROSION
Alloy DENSITY (LB/IN³) CORROSION CPT ( ̊F) CPT ( ̊C)
(PREN)
Page 17 .287 26 72 22
316

XM19 .285 38 106 41

25-6MO .290 47 149 65

27-7MO .289 56 176 80

MP35N® .309 53 183 84

PREN = Cr + 3.3 Mo + 30N

EXAMPLES OF THEORETICAL ACCEPTABLE WELL ENVIRONMENTS FOR 25-6MO WIRE*

CHLORIDES TEMP ̊ F H2S CO2 PRESSURE (PSI) REQ. MIN PITTING 25-6MO (PI) 25-6MO
INDEX (PI) (PREN)

18,000 PPM 300 <1% 1% 5,000 31.50 43.65 47

100,000 PPM 300 <1% 10% 9,000 31.50 43.65 47

100,000 PPM 158 6% 82% 3,674 40.00 43.65** 47

100,000 PPM 325 15% 3% 3,100 43.00 43.65** 47

200,000 PPM 405 225 PPM 18% 12,000 35.00 43.65 47

20,000 PPM 425 20 PPM 10% 15,000 35.00 43.65 47

** Marginally acceptable

The theoretical acceptable well environments are based on the SOCRATES software. SOCRATES is a comprehensive material selection tool for oil and gas
applications that selects corrosion resistant alloys (CRA) through material evaluation based on mechanical strength parameters, heat treatment/cold
work and hardness limitations. The program also evaluates the characterization of the environment in terms of operating pressure, temperature, pH,
H2S, chlorides, elemental sulfur, aeration, gas to oil ratio and water to gas ratio water cut. Stress corrosion cracking, hydrogen embrittlement cracking,
sulfide stress cracking and resistance to pitting corrosion are also evaluated. The examples above are based on the environment listed and do not take
into consideration the actual values of elemental sulfur, aeration, gas to oil ratio and water to gas ratio water cut.

PI= Cr + 3.3Mo + 11N + 1.5(W+Nb)


PREN = Cr + 3.3Mo + 30N

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NOMINAL CHEMICAL COMPOSITION COMPARISON

CHEMICAL ELEMENT UNS S31600 UNS S20910 UNS NO8926 UNS S31277 UNS R30035
316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

Fe 65.4 56.40 46.30 39.65 1.00

Mn 2.00 5.00 2.00 3.00 0.15

Ni 12.00 12.50 25.00 27.00 35.00

Co * * * * 32.90

Cr 17.00 22.00 20.00 21.75 20.00

Mo 2.50 2.25 6.50 7.25 9.75

W * * * * *

Nb * 0.20 * * *

N * 0.30 0.20 0.35 *

PI 25.25 33.03 43.65 49.53 52.18

MATERIAL SELECTION OVERVIEW


Pitting Index

60

50

40

30

20

10

0
316 S31600 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N
S20910 NO8926 S31277 R30035

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WEIGHT PER FOOT (LBS.) FOR WIRELINES

Alloy .082” .092” .108” .125” .140” .150” .160”

316 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

XM19 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

25-6MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

27-7MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

MP35N® 0.020 0.025 0.034 0.046 0.057 0.066 0.075

STATEMENTS
1. All wirelines must pass an eddy current test as part of our NDT quality assurance program.
2. All wirelines must pass an aged wrap test as part of our NDT quality assurance program.
3. All wirelines have full traceability.
4. All 25-6MO wirelines are produced using shaved, defect free rod material.

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INCOLOY®ALLOY 27-7MO (UNS S31277)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

APPLICATION FOR INCOLOY® ALLOY 27-7MO (UNS S31277) WIRE:


_ Armoring applications on electromechanical cables
_ Wirelines for down hole service applications
_ Shaping/shaped wire for down hole well screens

CHARACTERISTICS
INCOLOY® alloy 27-7MO (UNS S31277) is a new generation “super austenitic” stainless steel offering excellent corrosion resistance in a wide variety of
aggressive, down hole environments. It provides superior corrosion resistance and performance compared to the currently approved 25-6MO alloy. It
contains about 7% molybdenum along with higher levels of chromium, nickel, nitrogen, and manganese, which enables it to approach the performance
of much higher alloyed materials. It also represents a cost-effective alternative to the higher nickel alloys in some marine, petroleum, and chemical
processing environments.

The alloy 27-7MO material contains about 27% nickel, 22% chromium, 7.2% molybdenum, 1.5% manganese, and 0.34% nitrogen. See Table 1 for chemical
composition limits. The nickel and nitrogen produce a stable austenitic structure. The molybdenum, chromium, nitrogen, and manganese content offers
excellent resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion.
Nickel, nitrogen, and molybdenum provide resistance to reducing media while the high chromium content offers resistance to oxidizing media. The alloy
performs well in mixed acid environments, especially those containing oxidizing and reducing acids. The nickel and nitrogen content provides strong
resistance to stress corrosion cracking and also attack by caustic media. The alloy offers excellent resistance to corrosion in seawater, brine, and high
chloride environments. The chemical composition and balance of elements of the 27-7MO alloy produces a wire material which can provide excellent
service in many of the most aggressive down hole environments. It is expected to be an ideal material for the "oil patch".
®INCOLOY is a trademark of the Special Metals
Corporation group of companies.
TABLE 1 - LIMITING CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ALLOY 27-7MO, WEIGHT %

Ni Cr Mn Mo N C Cu Fe

26.00 - 28.00 20.50 – 23.00 3.00 max 6.5 – 8.0 0.30 – 0.40 0.020 max 0.5 – 1.5 remainder

The alloy offers a unique combination of corrosion resistance, high strength, ease of fabrication, and commercial availability, all at an economical price. It
provides strong improvements over 25-6MO in terms of strength and corrosion resistance with no negatives on forming or wire availability. It is expected
that 27-7MO will achieve tensile strength levels greater than that of 25-6MO. Table 2 compares minimum room temperature break loads for a typical 0.108"
diameter wireline of 27-7MO, 25-6MO, alloy 28, XM19, AISI 316, and MP35N®.

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TABLE 2 - MINIMUM BREAK LOADS FOR A 0.108” DIAMETER WIRELINE PRODUCT


Alloy MIN. BREAK LOAD RECOMMENDED SAFE
WORKING LOAD

316 1924# 1154#

ALLOY 2205 2107# 1264#

XM19 1910# 1145#

ALLOY 28 2050# 1230#

25-6MO 2050# 1230#

27-7MO 2199# 1319#

MP35N® 2217# 1330#

The 27-7MO alloy offers excellent resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion. Relative performance in these areas is often measured using Critical Pitting
Temperatures (CPT), Critical Crevice Temperatures (CCT), and Pitting Resistance Equivalent Numbers (PREN). Alloys exhibiting higher PREN values are
generally found to be more corrosion resistant than those with lower PREN values. The PREN can be calculated by using several different equations based
upon the chemical composition of the alloys. For the comparisons in this technical summary, the following equation was used:

PREN = Cr + 3.3 Mo + 30 N

When comparing alloys by their PREN value, it is imperative that the same equation be used for all materials to be compared, otherwise, erroneous results
can occur.

PREN values are listed in Table 3, comparing 27-7MO to a variety of alloys such as AISI 316, alloy 2205, XM19, alloy 28, 25-6MO, and MP35N®. Based upon
these values, 27-7MO compares quite favorably to these alloys which are currently being used extensively for armor wire and wireline applications. It
should be noted that the PREN value for MP35N® doesn't reflect the true comparative corrosion resistance compared to 27-7MO. MP35N® contains about
35% cobalt. Cobalt is a critical factor in terms of corrosion resistance and break strength. However, cobalt percentages are not included in the PREN
formula and thus tend to skew the relative corrosion resistance results in this instance. Corrosion tests would confirm that MP35N® is superior to 27-7MO.
As a point of reference, ASTM Standard Test Methods G-48 is noted. It covers the procedures for the determination of the resistance of various alloys to
pitting and crevice corrosion.

TABLE 3 - PITTING RESISTANCE EQUIVALENCY NUMBERS (PREN)


Alloy PREN

316 26

ALLOY 2205 36

XM19 38

ALLOY 28 40

25-6MO 47

27-7MO 56

MP35N® 53 29
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Alloys may also be ranked by the threshold temperature at which they begin to be attacked in a given medium. Samples
may be directly exposed to the medium which may induce pitting, or a crevice device may be attached which may
induce crevice corrosion. The samples are exposed at increasing temperatures until corrosive attack occurs. The lowest
temperature at which measurable corrosion takes place is defined as the Critical Pitting Temperature (CPT) or Critical
Crevice Temperature (CCT), depending on whether or not a crevice device is attached to the sample. One test method is
covered by ASTM G48. Method C is a pitting test while Method D is a crevice corrosion test. The maximum test
temperature is 85°C (185°F) as the test solution becomes unstable at higher temperatures.

CPT and CCT values for some alloys are presented in Table 4 and Table 5. It is seen that alloy 27-7MO exhibits higher
values than alloy 25-6MO and alloy 625 and approaches those of alloy C-276.

TABLE 4 - CPT AND CCT PER ASTM G48 TEST METHODS C AND D

Alloy CRITICAL PITTING CRITICAL CREVICE


TEMP. TEMP.

INCOLOY 25-6MO 70 ̊ C 158 ̊ F 35 ̊ C 95 ̊ F

INCOLOY 27-7MO >85 ̊ C >185 ̊ F 45 ̊ C 113 ̊ F

INCONEL ALLOY 625 >85 ̊ C >185 ̊ F 35 ̊ C 95 ̊ F

ALLOY C-276 >85 ̊ C >185 ̊ F 50 ̊ C 122 ̊ F

Table 5 provides CPT and CCT test results for cold drawn armor wire. As expected, the 27-7MO alloy wire test results fall between 25-6MO and MP35N®.

TABLE 5 - TEST RESULTS OF STRESSED ARMOR WIRE IN PITTING AND CREVICE ENVIRONMENTS

Alloy G 48 D AT 25 ̊C CPT IN G 48 C (PITTING


(CREVICE CORROSION) CORROSION)

25-6MO Superficial attack <60 ̊ C

36MO All sites attacked 75 ̊ C

27-7MO None 80 ̊ C

MP35N® None >80 ̊ C

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The 27-7MO alloy wire produces higher mechanical properties than the 25-6MO alloy. Tensile strengths on the order of 220/280,000 psi can be achieved
through cold drawing. At these strength levels, the wire is ductile and able to successfully pass the wrap test in the as drawn condition as well as the as
drawn plus exposed to temperatures as high as 400°F conditions. This wrap or bend test shows no surface cracking or failure.
Strong resistance to stress corrosion cracking (SCC) is one of the benefits of the 27-7MO alloy wire. Table 6 lists five sets of test conditions to determine
resistance of cold drawn and stressed wire to stress corrosion cracking. Table 7 presents the test results and confirms that 27-7MO has a high degree of
resistance to SCC.

TABLE 6 – TEST CONDITIONS FOR EXAMINATION OF SCC RESISTANCE IN COLD DRAWN, STRESSED WIRE

TEST 1 Saturated NaCl + 2.5% NH4HSO3 boiling for 1008 hours

TEST 2 23.5% MgCl2 + 6%KCl + 0.3% CaO boiling for 1008 hours

TEST 3 5% NaCl + 0.5% Acetic acid purged w/ H2S room temp for 1008 hrs (not coupled to steel)

TEST 3b 5% NaCl + 0.5% Acetic acid purged w/ H2S room temp for 1008 hrs (coupled to steel)

TEST 4 Saturated NaCl + 5%MgCl2 + 5% H2S at 350°F (177°C) and 5000 psi for 336 hours

TABLE 7 - TEST RESULTS FOR SCC RESISTANCE STUDIES ON COLD DRAWN, STRESSED WIRE

Alloy TEST 1 TEST 2 TEST 3 TEST 3b TEST 4

25-6MO No cracking No cracking No cracking No cracking No cracking

36MO No cracking No cracking No cracking No cracking No cracking

27-7MO No cracking No cracking No cracking No cracking No cracking

MP35N® No cracking No cracking No cracking No cracking No cracking

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TABLE 8 - PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF ALLOY 27-7MO IN ANNEALED CONDITION AT ROOM TEMPERATURE ARE AS FOLLOWS

DENSITY .289 (LB/IN³)

MELTING RANGE 2,410 – 2,550 ( ̊F)

SPECIFIC HEAT 0.11 (BTU/LB * ̊F

ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY 604 (OHM * CIRC MIL/FT)

PERMEABILITY AT 200 OERSTED 1.004

Alloy 27-7MO is also identified as UNS S31277. For comparison purposes, the 25-6MO alloy is identified as UNS N08926. A number of other
commercially available alloy designations are related to alloy 25-6MO through the UNS N08926 designation or through published chemistry ranges.
These alternate designations or trademarks include:

_ INCOLOY® alloy 25-6MO


(trademark of Special Metals Corporation)
_ GD31MO (trademark of Greening Donald)
_ SUPA 75 (trademark of Bridon)
_ Cronifer® 1925hMo (trademark of Krupp VDM)
_ AL6XN (trademark of Allegheny Ludlum Corporation)
_ Phy 4529
(trademark of Metalimphy Alloys Corporation)

Material produced to the UNS S31277 or UNS N08926 chemistry ranges and manufactured into armor wire or wirelines will provide an excellent quality
product.

ALLOY CHEMISTRY

Alloy UNS C Mn Cr Ni Mo Cu N Co Ti

316 S31600 .08 2.0 16.0 – 18.0 10.0 – 14.0 2.0 – 3.0 - - - -

XM19 S20910 .06 4.0 – 6.0 20.5 – 23.5 11.5 – 13.5 1.5 – 3.0 - .20 - .40 - -

25-6MO NO8926 .02 2.0 19.0 – 21.0 24.0 – 26.0 6.0 – 7.0 0.5 – 1.5 .15 - .25 - -

27-7MO S31277 .02 3.0 20.5 – 23.0 26.0 – 28.0 6.6 - 8.0 0.5 – 1.5 .30 - .40 - -

MP35N® R30035 .02 0.1 19.0 – 21.0 33.0 – 37.0 9.0 – 10.5 - - BAL 1.0

(Maximum values unless range specified)

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INCOLOY®ALLOY 27-7MO (UNS S31277)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

ARMOR WIRE TYPICAL TENSILE STRENGTH RANGES (KSI)

SIZE 316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

.010” - .029” 230/260 250/280 245/275 250/280 270-300

.030” - .049” 225/260 245/280 240/275 245/280 265/300

WIRELINE MINIMUM BREAK STRENGTH**

SIZE 316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

.082” 1135# 1215# 1175# 1267# 1294#

.092” 1429# 1529# 1475# 1595# 1629#

.108” 1924# 2107# 2050# 2199# 2217#

.125” 2577# 2823# 2650# 2884# 2945#

.140” 3233# 3541# 3250# 3618# 3695#

.150” 3711# 4064# 3750# 4153# 4241#

.160” 4222# 4624# 4250# 4725# 4825#

(** The recommended safe working load is 60% of minimum break strength)

DENSITY/CORROSION
Alloy DENSITY (LB/IN³) CORROSION CPT ( ̊F) CPT ( ̊C)
(PREN)

316 .287 26 72 22

XM19 .285 38 106 41

25-6MO .290 47 149 65


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27-7MO .289 56 176 80

MP35N® .309 53 183 84

PREN = Cr + 3.3 Mo + 30N

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INCOLOY®ALLOY 27-7MO (UNS S31277)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001
EXAMPLES OF THEORETICAL ACCEPTABLE WELL ENVIRONMENTS FOR 27-7MO WIRE*
CHLORIDES TEMP ̊ F H2S CO2 PRESSURE (PSI) REQ. MIN PITTING 27-7MO (PI) 27-7MO
INDEX (PI) (PREN)

20,000 PPM 400 1% 10% 5,000 37.00 49.53 56

150,000 PPM 450 3% 11% 5,000 40.00 49.53 56

100,000 PPM 275 10% 10% 10,000 43.00 49.53 56

120,000 PPM 380 20% 30% 15,000 43.00 49.53 56

20,000 PPM 180 40% 60% 3,000 40.00 49.53 56

25,000 PPM 425 3% 3% 3,000 37.00 49.53 56

*The theoretical acceptable well environments are based on the SOCRATES software. SOCRATES is a comprehensive material selection tool for oil and gas
applications that selects corrosion resistant alloys (CRA) through material evaluation based on mechanical strength parameters, heat treatment/cold work
and hardness limitations. The program also evaluates the characterization of the environment in terms of operating pressure, temperature, pH, H2S,
chlorides, elemental sulfur, aeration, gas to oil ratio and water to gas ratio water cut. Stress corrosion cracking, hydrogen embrittlement cracking, sulfide
stress cracking and resistance to pitting corrosion are also evaluated. The examples above are based on the environment listed and do not take into
consideration the actual values of elemental sulfur, aeration, gas to oil ratio and water to gas ratio water cut.

PI = Cr + 3.3Mo +11N +1.5(W+Nb)


PREN = Cr + 3.3Mo + 30N

NOMINAL CHEMICAL COMPOSITION COMPARISON


CHEMICAL ELEMENT UNS S31600 UNS S20910 UNS NO8926 UNS S31277 UNS R30035
316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

Fe 65.4 56.40 46.30 39.65 1.00

Mn 2.00 5.00 2.00 3.00 0.15

Ni 12.00 12.50 25.00 27.00 35.00

Co * * * * 32.90

Cr 17.00 22.00 20.00 21.75 20.00

Mo 2.50 2.25 6.50 7.25 9.75

W * * * * *

Nb * 0.20 * * *

N * 0.30 0.20 0.35 *

PI 25.25 33.03 43.65 49.53 52.18

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INCOLOY®ALLOY 27-7MO (UNS S31277)
QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

MATERIAL SELECTION OVERVIEW


Pitting Index

60

50

40

30

20

10

0
316 S31600 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N
S20910 NO8926 S31277 R30035

WEIGHT PER FOOT (LBS.) FOR WIRELINES

Alloy .082” .092” .108” .125” .140” .150” .160”

316 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

XM19 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

25-6MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

27-7MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

MP35N® 0.020 0.025 0.034 0.046 0.057 0.066 0.075

STATEMENTS
1. All wirelines must pass an eddy current test as part of our NDT quality assurance program.
2. All wirelines must pass an aged wrap test as part of our NDT quality assurance program.
3. All wirelines have full traceability.
4. All 27-7MO wirelines are produced using shaved, defect free rod material.

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ALLOY MP35N® (UNS R30035) WIRE
CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

APPLICATION FOR ALLOY MP35N® (UNS R30035)


_ For armoring applications on electromechanical cables
_ Wirelines for down hole service applications

Multiphase MP35N® (UNS R30035) is a special quater-nary alloy offering excellent corrosion resistance in a wide variety of aggressive, down hole
environments. It is especially suitable for sour well conditions. The nominal composition of the alloy is: nickel 35%, cobalt 35%, chromium 20% and
molybdenum 10%. The alloy is vacuum induction melted and consumable vacuum arc remelted. Residual elements such as carbon, nitrogen, silicon,
sulfur, and phosphorous are maintained at as low a level as possible. Billets are hot rolled to rod, shaved to remove surface defects, annealed, pickled,
and then supplied for drawing to wire.

The MP35N® alloy was developed as a high strength, ductile material which provides excellent corrosion resistance. It has been found to have
outstanding re-sistance to sour well conditions. The alloy offers excel-lent resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion. Performance in these areas is
often measured using Critical Pitting Temperatures (CPT), Critical Crevice Temperatures (CCT), and Pitting Resistance Equivalent Numbers (PREN). Data
is available to show superior values for MP35N®. ASTM Standard Test Methods G 48 is also referenced. It covers the procedures for the determination
of the resistance of various alloys to pitting and crevice corrosion.
® Multiphase and MP35N are registered trademarks of SPS Technologies, Inc.

For comparison purposes, PREN and CPT numbers are presented for these alloys:
PREN AND CPT NUMBERS*

Alloy PREN CPT ( ̊F) CPT ( ̊C)

316 26 72 22

ALLOY 2205 36 108 42

XM19 38 106 41

ALLOY 28 40 129 54

25-6MO 47 149 65

27-7MO 56 176 80

MP35N® 53 183 84

* PREN = Cr + 3.3 Mo + 30N


* CPT (°C) = 2.5 Cr + 7.6 Mo + 31.9 N – 41

It should be noted that the PREN value for MP35N® doesn’t reflect the true comparative corrosion resistance compared to 27-7MO. MP35N®
contains about 35% cobalt. Cobalt is a critical factor in terms of corrosion resistance and break strength. However, cobalt percent-tages are not
included in the PREN formula and thus tend to skew the relative corrosion resistance results in this instance. Corrosion tests would confirm that
MP35N® is superior to 27-7MO.

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ALLOY MP35N® (UNS R30035) WIRE
CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

LIMITING CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF MP35N®


Ni Co Cr Mn Mo N C Ti Fe

33.00 - 37.00 Balance 19.00 – 21.00 0.15 max 9.0 – 10.50 0.007 max 0.025 max 1.00 max 1.00 max.
(typically
around
33.00)

The chemical balance (especially the nickel and cobalt) provides significantly better resistance to chloride ion stress corrosion cracking than lower nickel
alloys. MP35N® wire produces high mechanical properties. Tensile strengths in the order of 270/300,000 psi are achieved through cold drawing. At these
strength levels, the wire is ductile and able to successfully pass the wrap test in the as drawn condition as well as the as drawn plus exposed to
temperatures as high as 400°F - 500°F conditions. This wrap or bend test shows no surface cracking or failure in either condition.

MP35N® is also identified as UNS R30035. Wire products are partially covered by ASTM F562 and also referenced in the NACE Standard MRO175. Material
produced to the UNS R30035 chemistry ranges and manufactured into armor wire or wirelines will provide an excellent quality product.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MP35N® IN ANNEALED CONDITION AT ROOM TEMPERATURE

DENSITY .309 (LB/IN³)

MELTING RANGE 2,400 – 2,625 ( ̊F)

THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY 78 (BTU/IN/HR/FT²/ ̊F

ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY 621 (OHM * CIRC MIL/FT)

PERMEABILITY AT 200 OERSTED 1.009

ALLOY CHEMISTRY

Alloy UNS C Mn Cr Ni Mo Cu N Co Ti

316 S31600 .08 2.0 16.0 – 18.0 10.0 – 14.0 2.0 – 3.0 - - - -

XM19 S20910 .06 4.0 – 6.0 20.5 – 23.5 11.5 – 13.5 1.5 – 3.0 - .20 - .40 - -

25-6MO NO8926 .02 2.0 19.0 – 21.0 24.0 – 26.0 6.0 – 7.0 0.5 – 1.5 .15 - .25 - -

27-7MO S31277 .02 3.0 20.5 – 23.0 26.0 – 28.0 6.6 - 8.0 0.5 – 1.5 .30 - .40 - -

MP35N® R30035 .02 0.1 19.0 – 21.0 33.0 – 37.0 9.0 – 10.5 - - BAL 1.0

(Maximum values unless range specified)


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ALLOY MP35N® (UNS R30035) WIRE
CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

ARMOR WIRE TYPICAL TENSILE STRENGTH RANGES (KSI)

SIZE 316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

.010” - .029” 230/260 250/280 245/275 250/280 270-300

.030” - .049” 225/260 245/280 240/275 245/280 265/300

WIRELINE MINIMUM BREAK STRENGTH**

SIZE 316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

.082” 1135# 1215# 1175# 1267# 1294#

.092” 1429# 1529# 1475# 1595# 1629#

.108” 1924# 2107# 2050# 2199# 2217#

.125” 2577# 2823# 2650# 2884# 2945#

.140” 3233# 3541# 3250# 3618# 3695#

.150” 3711# 4064# 3750# 4153# 4241#

.160” 4222# 4624# 4250# 4725# 4825#

(** The recommended safe working load is 60% of minimum break strength)

DENSITY/CORROSION
Alloy DENSITY (LB/IN³) CORROSION CPT ( ̊F) CPT ( ̊C)
(PREN)

316 .287 26 72 22

XM19 .285 38 106 41

25-6MO .290 47 149 65


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27-7MO .289 56 176 80

MP35N® .309 53 183 84

PREN = Cr + 3.3 Mo + 30N

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ALLOY MP35N® (UNS R30035) WIRE
CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

EXAMPLES OF THEORETICAL ACCEPTABLE WELL ENVIRONMENTS FOR MP35N® WIRE*


CHLORIDES TEMP ̊ F H2S CO2 PRESSURE (PSI) REQ. MIN PITTING 27-7MO (PI) 27-7MO
INDEX (PI) (PREN)

200,000 PPM 445 15% 15% 15,000 50.00 52.18 53

28,000 PPM 435 30% 25% 13,000 50.00 52.18 53

120,000 PPM 440 20% 35% 15,000 50.00 52.18 53

150,000 PPM 445 30% 30% 15,000 50.00 52.18 53

50,000 PPM 449 35% 45% 20,000 50.00 52.18 53

20,000 PPM 425 1% 10% 15,000 50.00 52.18 53

150,000 PPM 425 3% 11% 15,000 50.00 52.18 53

120,000 PPM 425 20% 30% 15,000 50.00 52.18 53

The theoretical acceptable well environments are based on the SOCRATES software. SOCRATES is a comprehensive material selection tool for oil and gas
applications that selects corrosion resistant alloys (CRA) through material evaluation based on mechanical strength parameters, heat treatment/cold
work and hardness limitations. The program also evaluates the characterization of the environment in terms of operating pressure, temperature, pH,
H2S, chlorides, elemental sulfur, aeration, gas to oil ratio and water to gas ratio water cut. Stress corrosion cracking, hydrogen embrittlement cracking,
sulphide stress cracking and resistance to pitting corrosion are also evaluated. The examples above are based on the environment listed and do not take
into consideration the actual values of elemental sulfur, aeration, gas to oil ratio and water to gas ratio water cut.

PI= Cr + 3.3Mo + 11N + 1.5(W+Nb)

PREN = Cr + 3.3Mo + 30N It should be noted that the PI and PREN values of MP35N® do not totally reflect its true corrosion resistance because
these formulas do not address the cobalt content of MP35N®.

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ALLOY MP35N® (UNS R30035) WIRE
CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

NOMINAL CHEMICAL COMPOSITION COMPARISON


CHEMICAL ELEMENT UNS S31600 UNS S20910 UNS NO8926 UNS S31277 UNS R30035
316 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N®

Fe 65.4 56.40 46.30 39.65 1.00

Mn 2.00 5.00 2.00 3.00 0.15

Ni 12.00 12.50 25.00 27.00 35.00

Co * * * * 32.90

Cr 17.00 22.00 20.00 21.75 20.00

Mo 2.50 2.25 6.50 7.25 9.75

W * * * * *

Nb * 0.20 * * *

N * 0.30 0.20 0.35 *

PI 25.25 33.03 43.65 49.53 52.18

MATERIAL SELECTION OVERVIEW


Pitting Index

60

50

40

30

20

10

0
316 S31600 XM19 25-6MO 27-7MO MP35N
S20910 NO8926 S31277 R30035

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ALLOY MP35N® (UNS R30035) WIRE
CERTIFIED TO ISO 9001

WEIGHT PER FOOT (LBS.) FOR WIRELINES

Alloy .082” .092” .108” .125” .140” .150” .160”

316 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

XM19 0.018 0.023 0.031 0.042 0.053 0.060 0.069

25-6MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

27-7MO 0.018 0.023 0.032 0.043 0.054 0.062 0.070

MP35N® 0.020 0.025 0.034 0.046 0.057 0.066 0.075

STATEMENTS
1. All wirelines must pass an eddy current test as part of our NDT quality assurance program.
2. All wirelines must pass an aged wrap test as part of our NDT quality assurance program.
3. All wirelines have full traceability.
4. All MP35N® wirelines are produced using shaved, defect free rod material.

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DYCAM & SWAB LINES

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DYCAM & SWAB LINES GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

DYCAM

Cable Type Nominal Diameter Breaking Strength (lbs)


3/16” DYCAM 3/16 6,400
7/32” DYCAM 7/32 8,600
¼” DYCAM 1/4 11,000
5/16” DYCAM 5/16 15,900

SWAB LINES

Cable Type Nominal Diameter Breaking Strength (lbs)

3/16” SWAB LINE 3/16 4,600

7/32” SWAB LINE 7/32 6,800

¼” SWAB LINE 1/4 8,300

5/16” SWAB LINE 5/16 13,900

7/16” SWAB LINE 7/16 21,600


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DYCAM – 1/4” DYCAM

CONSTRUCTION: 1x19 (9/9/1)


Inner Layer - Right
Outside diameter:

Center wire diameter: .076” (1.93 mm)

Number of outer wires: 9

Outer wire diameter: .038” (0.97 mm)


Outer Layer - Right
Outside diameter: .250” (6.35 mm)

Number wires: 9

Wire diameter: .066” (1.68 mm)

MECHANICAL

Breaking Strength: 11.0 Klb (5.0 Kkg)

Maximum Suggested
5.5 Klb (2.25 Kkg)
Working Tension:

Weight: 162 lbs/Kft (241.7 kg/km)

Diameter Tolerance: +2% - 0%

Stretch Coefficient: .87 ft/Kft/Klb

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DYCAM – 3/16” DYCAM

CONSTRUCTION: 1x19 (9/9/1)


Inner Layer - Right
Outside diameter:

Center wire diameter: .056” (1.42mm)

Number of outer wires: 9

Outer wire diameter: .027” (.69mm)


Outer Layer - Right
Outside diameter: .188” (4.78mm)

Number wires: 9

Wire diameter: .049” (1.24mm)

MECHANICAL

Breaking Strength: 6.4 Klbs (2.9 Kkg)

Maximum Suggested
Working Tension:

Weight: 87.7 lb/Kft (130.56 kg/km)

Diameter Tolerance: +2% - 0%

Stretch Coefficient: 2.17 ft/Kft/Klb

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DYCAM – 5/16” DYCAM

CONSTRUCTION: 1x19 9/9/1

Inner Layer - Right

Outside diameter:

Center wire diameter: 0.96" (2.43 mm)

Number of outer wires: 9

Outer wire diameter: 0.45" (1.14 mm)

Outer Layer - Right

Outside diameter: .313" (7.9 mm)

Number wires: 9

Wire diameter: .080" (2.03 mm)

MECHANICAL

Breaking Strength: 15.9 Klbs (7.2 metric tons)

Maximum Suggested
7.95 Klbs (3.6 metric tons)
Working Tension:

Weight: 275.8 lb/Kft (410 kg/km)

Diameter Tolerance: +2%-0%

Stretch Coefficient: 0.80 ft/Kft/Klb

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DYCAM – 7/32” DYCAM

CONSTRUCTION: 1x19 (9/9/1)


Inner Layer - Right
Outside diameter:

Center wire diameter: .066” (1.68 mm)

Number of outer wires: 9

Outer wire diameter: .032” (.81 mm)


Outer Layer - Right
Outside diameter: .219” (5.56 mm)

Number wires: 9

Wire diameter: .056" (1.42 mm)

MECHANICAL

Breaking Strength: 8.6 Klbs (3.9 Kkg)

Maximum Suggested
4.3 Klbs (1.95 Kkg)
Working Tension:

Weight: 116.5 lb/Kft (173.4 kg/km)

Diameter Tolerance: +2% - 0%

Stretch Coefficient: 1.28 ft/Kft/Klb

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SWAB LINES – 3/16” SWAB LINE

CONSTRUCTION: 1x16 (1-6-9)


Inner Layer - Left
Outside diameter: 0.100” (2.54 mm)

Center wire diameter: 0.036” (0.91 mm)

Number of outer wires: 6

Outer wire diameter: 0.032” (0.81 mm)


Outer Layer - Right
Outside diameter: 0.188” (4.78 mm)

Number wires: 9

Wire diameter: 0.044” (1.12 mm)

MECHANICAL

Breaking Strength: 4.6 Klb

Maximum Suggested
2.3 Klb
Working Tension:

Weight: 70.6 lb/Kft

Diameter Tolerance: +-2%; -0%

Stretch Coefficient: 2.85 ft/Kft/Klb

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SWAB LINES – 1/4” SWAB LINE

CONSTRUCTION: 1x19 (1-6-12)


Inner Layer - Left
Outside diameter: 0.154” (3.91 mm)

Center wire diameter: 0.058” (1.47 mm)

Number of outer wires: 6

Outer wire diameter: 0.048” (1.22 mm)


Outer Layer - Right
Outside diameter: 0.250” (6.35 mm)

Number wires: 12

Wire diameter: 0.048” (1.22 mm)

MECHANICAL

Breaking Strength: 8.3 Klb

Maximum Suggested
4.2 Klb
Working Tension:

Weight: 127.1 lb/Kf

Diameter Tolerance: ± 2%

Stretch Coefficient: 1.70 ft/Kft/Klb

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SWAB LINES – 5/16” SWAB LINE

CONSTRUCTION: 1x19 (1-6-12)


Inner Layer - Left
Outside diameter: 0.196” (4.98 mm)

Center wire diameter: 0.072” (1.83 mm)

Number of outer wires: 6

Outer wire diameter: 0.062” (1.57 mm)


Outer Layer - Right
Outside diameter: 0.313” (7.94 mm)

Number wires: 12

Wire diameter: 0.062” (1.57 mm)

MECHANICAL

Breaking Strength: 13.9 Klb

Maximum Suggested
6.9 Klb
Working Tension:

Weight: 207.6 lb/Kft

Diameter Tolerance: ± 2%

Stretch Coefficient: 1.10 ft/Kft/Klb

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SWAB LINES – 7/16” SWAB LINE

CONSTRUCTION: 1x19 (1-6-12)


Inner Layer - Left
Outside diameter: 0.266” (6.76 mm)

Center wire diameter: 0.094" (2.39 mm)

Number of outer wires: 6

Outer wire diameter: 0.086" (2.18 mm)


Outer Layer - Right
Outside diameter: 0.438" (11.11 mm)

Number wires: 12

Wire diameter: 0.086" (2.18 mm)

MECHANICAL

Breaking Strength: 21.6 Klb

Maximum Suggested
10.8 Klb
Working Tension:

Weight: 394 lb/Kft

Diameter Tolerance: N/A

Stretch Coefficient: ± 2%

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SWAB LINES – 7/32” SWAB LINE

CONSTRUCTION: 1x16 (1-6-9)


Inner Layer - Left
Outside diameter: 0.118” (3.0 mm)

Center wire diameter: 0.042" (1.1 mm)

Number of outer wires: 6

Outer wire diameter: 0.038" (0.97 mm)


Outer Layer - Right
Outside diameter: 0.219" (5.56 mm)

Number wires: 9

Wire diameter: 0.054" (1.37 mm)

MECHANICAL

Breaking Strength: 6.8 Klb

Maximum Suggested
3.4 Klb
Working Tension:

Weight: 104.2 lb/Kft

Diameter Tolerance: ± 2%; -0%

Stretch Coefficient: 1.80 ft/kft/klb

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SWAB LINES – 5/16” SWAB LINE

CONSTRUCTION: 1x16 (1-6-9)


Inner Layer - Left
Outside diameter: 0.118” (3.0mm)

Center wire diameter: 0.042” (1.1mm)

Number of outer wires: 6

Outer wire diameter: 0.038” (0.97 mm)


Outer Layer - Right
Outside diameter: 0.219” (5.56mm)

Number wires: 9

Wire diameter: 0.054” (1.37 mm)

MECHANICAL

Breaking Strength: 6.8 Klb

Maximum Suggested
3.4 Klb
Working Tension:

Weight: 104.2 kg/Km

Diameter Tolerance: ± 2%; -0%

Stretch Coefficient: 1.80 ft/Kft/Klb

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MONOCONDUCTOR CABLE

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MONOCONDUCTOR CABLES

Cable Type Nominal Diameter Max. Temp. F Breaking Strength (lbs)


1N10RP 1/10 300 1,000
1N12RP 1/8 300 1,600
1N12RZ 1/8 500 1,600
1L18RP 3/16 300 4,000
1L18RZ 3/16 500 4,000
1K22PP-HS 7/32 300 5,600
1K22PXZ-HS 7/32 420 5,600
1K22PA 7/32 500 5,600
1K22PTZ-HS 7/32 500 5,600
1K22SA-S75 7/32 500 4,800
1K22SA-S77 7/32 500 5,000
1K22SA–MP-35N 7/32 500 5,200
1N22PP-HS 7/32 300 5,400
1N22PXZ-HS 7/32 500 5,600
1N22PA 7/32 500 5,600
1N22PTZ-HS 7/32 500 5,600
1N22SA–S75 7/32 500 4,700
1N22SA–S77 7/32 500 5,200
1N22SA-MP-35N 7/32 500 5,200
1N25PP 1/4 300 7,000
1N25PXZ 1/4 420 7,000
1N25PTZ 1/4 500 7,000
1N25PA 1/4 500 7,000
1N25WA–S75 1/4 500 6,000
1N25WA–S77 1/4 500 6,500
1N29PP-EHS 9/32 300 10,200
1N29PA-EHS 9/32 500 10,200
1N29PTZ– EHS 9/32 500 10,200
1N29WA–S75 9/32 500 7,800
1N32PP-HS 5/16 300 11,400
1N32PXZ-HS 5/16 420 11,400
1N32PTZ 5/16 500 11,400
1N32PTZ-LR-HS 5/16 500 11,400

1N32WTZ–S75 5/16 500 9,700


1N32WTZ-S77 5/16 500 11,000
1N38PP 3/8 300 15,000
1N38PXZ 3/8 420 15,000
1N38PTZ 3/8 500 15,000
1N42PTZ-LRHS 7/16 500 19,500

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3/16” 4.70 mm
MONOCONDUCTOR
CONDUCTOR: Cooper, Water Blocked.
INSULATION: ETFE.
ARMOR: Galvanized high strength steel (GEIPS) performed and coated with corrosion preventive
lubricant compound.
Special Seal is applied between armor layers.

CONSTRUCTION: ENGLISH METRIC


Conductor - # 20 AWG, 7 X
0.038” dia. 0.965 mm
0.0128”

Wall Thickness 0.023” dia. 0.584 mm

Insulation – OD 0.084” dia. 2.134 mm

Armor – Inner: 12 wires 0.0243” 0.125” dia. 3.175 mm

Armor – Outer: 15 wires 0.0300” .185” dia. 4.699 mm

MECHANICAL

Weight in Air 66 Lb/kft 98 Kg/Km

Weight in Water 56 Lb/kft 83 Kg/Km

Min. Breaking Strength, Ends


4300 Lbf 19.13 kN
fixed
Min. Wire Break Strength
137/207 Lbf 609/921 N
(In/Out)
10.52 kN
Max. Working Load 2,365 Lbf

260 ̊ C
Temperature Rating (max.) 500 ̊F

305 mm Dia
Suggested Minimum Sheave 12” Dia

3.48 m/km/5kN
Stretch Coefficient (nominal) 3.1 ft/kft/klb

0.185” (+0.004”) 4.70 mm (+0.102 mm)


Outside Diameter
(-.0002”) (-.0051 mm)

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3/16” 4.70 mm
MONOCONDUCTOR

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Voltage Rating 1,000 VDC 1,000 VDC

D.C Conductor Resistance at


9.8 Ω/km 32.1 Ω/km
68 ̊ F (20̊ C) (Max.)

D.C Armor Resistance at 68 ̊ F


6.2 Ω/km 20.3 Ω/km
(20̊ C) (Max.)

Capacitance Conductor to
55 pF/ft 180 p/F/m
Armor (Max.)

Insulation Resistance (Min.) @ 457 M Ω/km


1,500 M Ω/kft
500 VDC

Cable Type Core Description Cable Weight


Temp Insulation Copper
Plastic Type Res Typical Cap Typical O.D. Each In Air In H2O Spec. Gravity
Rating Thickness Construction
°F in in Ω/Kft pf/ft in lbs/Kft
°C mm mm Ω/Km pf/m mm Kg/Km
300 0.019 7x0.0128 9.4 53 0.076 65 54
1L18RP Poly
149 0.483 7x0.325 30.8 174 1.930 97 80
500 0.019 7x0.0128 9.4 63 0.076 66 55
1L18RZ ETFE
260 0.483 7x0.325 30.8 207 1.930 99 81

• The armor wires are high tensile, Galvanized Extra Improved Plow Steel (GEIPS), and coated with anti-corrosion compound for protection
during shipping and storing. Wires are preformed.

• Core assembly – Copper strand consists of six wires around one center wire. Conductor resistance is measured at 68° F. Voids in the copper
strand are filled with a water-blocking agent to reduce water and gas migration.

• SUPERSEAL, a special pressure seal agent, is applied between armor layers.

• The temperature rating assumes a normal gradient for both temperature and weight.

• All values shown are nominal or typical values

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7/32” 5.69 mm
MONOCONDUCTOR
CONDUCTOR: Cooper, Water Blocked.
INSULATION: Polypropylene.
ARMOR: Galvanized high strength steel (GEIPS) performed and coated with corrosion preventive
lubricant compound.
Special Seal is applied between armor layers.

CONSTRUCTION: ENGLISH METRIC


Conductor - # 16 AWG, 19 X
0.059” dia. 1.499 mm
0.0119”

Wall Thickness 0.0245” dia. 0.622 mm

Insulation – OD 0.108” dia. 2.743 mm

Armor – Inner: 15 wires 0.0243” 0.152” dia. 3.861 mm

Armor – Outer: 15 wires 0.0358” .224” dia. 5.690 mm

MECHANICAL

Weight in Air 94 Lb/kft 140 Kg/Km

Weight in Water 79 Lb/kft 118 Kg/Km

Min. Breaking Strength, Ends


6100 Lbf 27.13 kN
fixed
Min. Wire Break Strength
137/294 Lbf 609/1308 N
(In/Out)
14.92 kN
Max. Working Load 3,355 Lbf

149 ̊ C
Temperature Rating (max.) 300 ̊F

356 mm Dia
Suggested Minimum Sheave 14” Dia

2.47 m/km/5kN
Stretch Coefficient (nominal) 2.20 ft/kft/klb

0.224” (+0.005”) 5.69 mm (+0.127 mm)


Outside Diameter
(-.0002”) (-.0051 mm)

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7/32” 5.69 mm
MONOCONDUCTOR
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Voltage Rating 1,200 VDC 1,200 VDC

D.C Conductor Resistance at


4.1 Ω/km 13.5 Ω/km
68 ̊ F (20̊ C) (Max.)

D.C Armor Resistance at 68 ̊ F


4.3 Ω/km 14.1 Ω/km
(20̊ C) (Max.)

Capacitance Conductor to
62 pF/ft 203 p/F/m
Armor (Max.)

Insulation Resistance (Min.) @ 457 M Ω/km


1,500 M Ω/kft
500 VDC

Cable Type Core Description Cable Weight

Temp Insulation Copper Res Spec.


Plastic Type Cap Typical O.D. Each In Air In H2O
Rating Thickness Construction Typical Gravity

°F in in Ω/Kft pf/ft in lbs/Kft


°C mm mm Ω/Km pf/m mm Kg/Km

300 0.0245 19x0.0119 4.0 60 0.108 91 75


1K22PP-HS Poly
149 0.622 19x0.302 13.1 197 2.743 136 112

500 0.0245 19x0.0119 4 56 0.108 95 78


1K22PA PFA
260 0.622 19x0.302 13.1 184 2.743 141 116

420 0.0130 19x0.0119 4.0 61 0.085 92 76


Camtane
216 0.330 19x0.302 13.1 200 2.159 137 114
1K22PXZ-HS
420 0.0115 19x0.0119 4.0 61 0.108 92 76
ETFE
216 0.292 19x0.302 13.1 200 2.743 137 114

500 0.0115 19x0.0119 4.0 58 0.108 94 78


ETFE
260 0.292 19x0.302 13.1 190 2.743 140 116
1K22PTZ-HS
500 0.0130 19x0.0119 4.0 58 0.085 94 78
FEP
260 0.330 19x0.302 13.1 190 2.159 140 116

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7/32” 5.69 mm
MONOCONDUCTOR – S75 CORROSION RESISTANT
MECHANICAL:
Cable Breaking Strength:

Ends Fixed: 4,700 lbs (20.9 KN) Nominal

Maximum Suggested Working Tension: 2,350 lbs (10.5 KN)

Number and Size of Wires:

Inner Armor 15 x 0.0243” (0.617 mm)

Outer Armor 15 x 0.0358” (0.909 mm)

Average Wire Breaking Strength:

Inner Armor 111 lbs (0.50 KN)

Outer Armor 242 lbs (1.10 KN)

ELECTRICAL:

Maximum Conductor Voltage: 1,200 VDC

Conductor AWG Rating: 18

Minimum Insulation Resistance: 1,500 MegaΩ/Kft @ 500VDC (457 MegaΩ/Km @ 500VDC)

Armor Electrical Resistance: 16.0 Ω/Kft (52.5 Ω/Km)

PROPERTIES:

Cable Diameter: 0.224” +0.005” - 0.002” (5.69mm + 0.13mm -0.05mm)

Minimum Sheave Diameter: 14” (36 cm)

Cable Stretch Coefficient: 2.7 ft/Kft/Klbs (3.0 m/Km/5KN)

Cable Type Core Description Cable Weight


Plastic Insulation Copper
Temp Rating Res Typical Cap Typical O.D. Each In Air In H2O Spec. Gravity
Type Thickness Construction
°F in in Ω/Kft pf/ft in lbs/Kft
°C mm mm Ω/Km pf/m mm Kg/Km
SEE BELOW 0.0305 7x0.0159 6.7 43 0.108 95 78
1K22SA-S75 PFA
0.775 7x0.404 22.0 161 2.743 142 117

• Insulation is rated to 500°F. Armor wires are rated to 325° F at “low” levels of H2S + CO2.

• The armor wires are coated with anti-corrosion compound for protection during shipping and storing. Wires are preformed.

• The nickel coated copper wires are made of ASTMB355 Class 10 and they are used to increase corrosion protection.

• Core assembly – Copper strand consists of six wires around one center wire. Conductor resistance is measured at 68° F. Voids in the copper strand are filled with a water-
blocking agent to reduce water and gas migration.

• SUPERSEAL, a special pressure seal agent, is applied between armor layers.

• The insulation temperature rating assumes a normal gradient for both temperature and weight.

All values shown are nominal or typical values.



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7/32” 5.69 mm
MONOCONDUCTOR – S77 CORROSION RESISTANT
PROPERTIES:

Cable Diameter: 0.224” +0.005” – 0.002” (5.69mm + 0.13mm -0.05mm)

Minimum Sheave Diameter: 13” (33 cm)

Cable Stretch Coefficient: 3.1 ft/Kft/Klbs (3.5 m/Km/5KN)

ELECTRICAL:

Maximum Conductor Voltage: 1,200 VDC

Conductor AWG Rating: 18

Minimum Insulation Resistance: 1,500 MegaΩ/Kft @ 500VDC (457 Mega Ω/Km @ 500VDC)

Armor Electrical Resistance: 18.5 Ω/Kft (60.7 Ω/Km)

MECHANICAL:

Cable Breaking Strength:

Ends Fixed: 4,900 lbs (21.8 KN) Nominal

Maximum Suggested Working Tension: 2,450 lbs (10.9 KN)

Number and Size of Wires:

Inner Armor 15 x 0.0243” (0.617 mm)

Outer Armor 15 x 0.0358” (0.909 mm)

Average Wire Breaking Strength:

Inner Armor 116 lbs (0.52 KN)

Outer Armor 252 lbs (1.12 KN)

Cable Type Core Description Cable Weight


Temp Insulation Copper Spec.
Plastic Type Res Typical Cap Typical O.D. Each In Air In H2O
Rating Thickness Construction Gravity

°F in in Ω/Kft pf/ft in lbs/Kft


°C mm mm Ω/Km pf/m mm Kg/Km
SEE BELOW 0.0305 7x0.0159 6.7 43 0.108 94 80
1K22SA-S77 PFA
0.775 7x0.404 22.0 141 2.743 140 119
• Insulation is rated to 500°F. Armor wires are rated to 425° F at “medium” levels of H2S & CO2.

• The armor wires are made of UNS S31277, a corrosion resistant alloy steel and coated with anti-corrosion compound for protection during shipping and storing. Wires
are preformed.

• The nickel coated copper wires are made of ASTMB355 Class 10 and they are used to increase corrosion protection.

• Core assembly – Copper strand consists of six wires around one center wire. Conductor resistance is measured at 68° F. Voids in the copper strand are filled with a
water-blocking agent to reduce water and gas migration.

• SUPERSEAL, a special pressure seal agent, is applied between armor layers.

• The temperature rating assumes a normal gradient for both temperature and weight.
All values shown are nominal or typical values.
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7/32” 5.69 mm
MONOCONDUCTOR – CORROSION RESISTANT MP-35N
PROPERTIES:
Cable Diameter: 0.224” +0.005” - 0.002” (5.69mm + 0.13mm -0.05mm)

Minimum Sheave Diameter: 14” (36 cm)

Cable Stretch Coefficient: 2.9 ft/Kft/Klbs (3.30 m/Km/5KN)

ELECTRICAL:

Maximum Conductor Voltage: 1,200 VDC

Conductor AWG Rating: 18

Minimum Insulation Resistance: 1,500 MegaΩ/Kft @ 500VDC (457 MegaΩ/Km @ 500VDC)

Armor Electrical Resistance: 22.0 Ω/Kft (72.2 Ω/Km)

MECHANICAL:

Cable Breaking Strength:

Ends Fixed: 5,200 lbs (23.0 KN) Nominal

Maximum Suggested Working Tension: 2,600 lbs (11.6 KN)

Number and Size of Wires:

Inner Armor 15 x 0.0243” (0.617 mm)

Outer Armor 15 x 0.0358” (0.909 mm)

Average Wire Breaking Strength:

Inner Armor 125 lbs (0.56 KN)

Outer Armor 272 lbs (1.21 KN)

Cable Type Core Description Cable Weight


Temp Insulation Copper Spec.
Plastic Type Res Typical Cap Typical O.D. Each In Air In H2O
Rating Thickness Construction Gravity
°F in in Ω/Kft pf/ft in lbs/Kft
°C mm mm Ω/Km pf/m mm Kg/Km
500 0.0305 7x0.0159 6.7 43 0.108 100 86
1K22SA–MP-35N PFA
260 0.775 7x0.404 22.0 141 2.743 149 128
• The armor wires are made of UNS R30035 (MP35N), a nickel-cobalt corrosion resistant alloy steel and coated with anti-corrosion compound for protection during
shipping and storing. Wires are preformed.

• The nickel coated copper wires are made of ASTMB355 Class 10 and they are used to increase corrosion protection. Core assembly – Copper strand consists of six
wires around one center wire. Conductor resistance is measured at 68° F. Voids in the copper strand are filled with a water-blocking agent to reduce water and gas
migration.

• SUPERSEAL, a special pressure seal agent, is applied between armor layers.

• The temperature rating assumes a normal gradient for both temperature and weight.

• All values shown are nominal or typical values. 62


9/32” 7.32 mm
MONOCONDUCTOR 1N29 – EHS EXTRA HIGH STRENGTH
PROPERTIES:

Cable Diameter: 0.288” +0.005” - 0.002” (7.32mm + 0.13mm -0.05mm)

Minimum Sheave Diameter: 16” (41 cm)

Cable Stretch Coefficient: 1.55 ft/Kft/Klbs (1.74 m/Km/5KN)

ELECTRICAL:

Maximum Conductor Voltage: 1,500 VDC

Conductor AWG Rating: 15

Minimum Insulation Resistance: 1,500 MegaΩ/Kft @ 500VDC (457 MegaΩ/Km @ 500VDC)

Armor Electrical Resistance: 2.8 Ω/Kft (9.2 Ω/Km)

MECHANICAL:

Cable Breaking Strength:

Ends Fixed: 10,200 lbs (45.4 KN) Nominal

Maximum Suggested Working Tension: 5,100 lbs (22.7 KN)

Number and Size of Wires:

Inner Armor 12 x 0.0400” (1.016 mm)

Outer Armor 18 x 0.0400” (1.016 mm)

Average Wire Breaking Strength:

Inner Armor 393 lbs (1.75 KN)

Outer Armor 393 lbs (1.75 KN)

Cable Type Core Description Cable Weight


Insulation Copper Res Cap Spec.
Temp Rating Plastic Type O.D. Each In Air In H2O
Thickness Construction Typical Typical Gravity

°F in in Ω/Kft pf/ft in lbs/Kft


°C mm mm Ω/Km pf/m mm Kg/Km
300 0.0325 19x0.0142 2.8 56 0.136 152 125
1N29PP-EHS Poly
149 0.826 19x0.361 9.2 184 3.454 226 187
500 0.019 19x0.0142 2.8 55 0.136 157 130
ETFE
260 0.483 19x0.361 9.2 177 3.454 234 234
1N29PTZ– EHS
500 0.0135 19x0.0142 2.8 55 0.098 157 130
FEP
260 0.343 19x0.361 9.2 177 2.489 234 193
500 0.0325 19x0.0142 2.8 51 0.136 159 131
1N29PA-EHS PFA
260 0.826 19x0.361 9.2 167 3.454 237 196

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9/32” 7.32 mm
MONOCONDUCTOR 1N29 – EHS EXTRA HIGH STRENGTH

• The tensile strength of each wire lies in the range of 300 to 330 KPSI. The armor wires are Galvanized Extra Improved Plow Steel (GEEIPS), and coated
with anti-corrosion compound for protection during shipping and storing. Wires are preformed.

• Core assembly – Copper strand consists of a total of nineteen wires. Conductor resistance is measured at 68° F. Voids in the copper strand are filled
with a water-blocking agent to reduce water and gas migration.

• SUPERSEAL, a special pressure seal agent, is applied between armor layers.

• The temperature rating assumes a normal gradient for both temperature and weight.

• All values shown are nominal or typical values.

• Not recommended for use in any sour and/or corrosive environment.

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9/32” 7.32 mm
MONOCONDUCTOR 1N29- S75 – CORROSION RESISTANT
PROPERTIES:
Cable Diameter: 0.288” +0.005” - 0.002” (7.32mm + 0.13mm -0.05mm)

Minimum Sheave Diameter: 16” (41 cm)

Cable Stretch Coefficient: 1.9 ft/Kft/Klbs (2.13 m/Km/5KN)

ELECTRICAL:

Maximum Conductor Voltage: 1,500 VDC

Conductor AWG Rating: 16

Minimum Insulation Resistance: 1,500 MegaΩ/Kft @ 500VDC (457 MegaΩ/Km @ 500VDC)

Armor Electrical Resistance: 10.0 Ω/Kft (32.8 Ω/Km)

MECHANICAL:

Cable Breaking Strength:

Ends Fixed: 7,800 lbs (34.7 KN) Nominal

Maximum Suggested Working Tension: 3,900 lbs (17.4 KN)

Number and Size of Wires:

Inner Armor 12 x 0.0400” (1.016 mm)

Outer Armor 18 x 0.0400” (1.016 mm)

Average Wire Breaking Strength:

Inner Armor 302 lbs (1.34 KN)

Outer Armor 302 lbs (1.34 KN)

Cable Type Core Description Cable Weight


Temp Insulation Copper Spec.
Plastic Type Res Typical Cap Typical O.D. Each In Air In H2O
Rating Thickness Construction Gravity
°F in in Ω/Kft pf/ft in lbs/Kft
°C mm mm Ω/Km pf/m mm Kg/Km

See
0.036 19x0.0128 4.0 54 0.136 162 134
1N29WA–S75 below PFA
0.094 19x0.325 13.1 177 3.454 241 199

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9/32” 7.32 mm
MONOCONDUCTOR 1N29- S75 – CORROSION RESISTANT

• Insulation is rated to 500° F. Armor wires are rated to 325° F at low levels of H2S & CO2.

• The armor wires are made of UNS NO8926, a corrosion resistant alloy steel and coated with anti-corrosion compound for protection
during shipping and storing. Wires are preformed.

• The nickel coated copper wires are made of ASTMB355 Class 10 and they are used to increase corrosion protection.

• Core assembly – Copper strand consists of a total of nineteen wires. Conductor resistance is measured at 68° F. Voids in the copper strand
are filled with a water-blocking agent to reduce water and gas migration.

• SUPERSEAL, a special pressure seal agent, is applied between armor layers.

• The temperature rating assumes a normal gradient for both temperature and weight.
• All values shown are nominal or typical values.

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5/16” 8.18 mm
MONOCONDUCTOR 1N32-HS
PROPERTIES:

Cable Diameter: 0.322” +0.005” - 0.002” (8.18mm + 0.13mm -0.05mm)

Minimum Sheave Diameter: 18” (46 cm)

Cable Stretch Coefficient: 1.2 ft/Kft/Klbs (1.35 m/Km/5KN)

ELECTRICAL:

Maximum Conductor Voltage: 1,500 VDC

Conductor AWG Rating: 15

Minimum Insulation Resistance: 1,500 MegaΩ/Kft @ 500VDC (457 MegaΩ/Km @ 500VDC)

Armor Electrical Resistance: 2.1 Ω/Kft (6.9 Ω/Km)

MECHANICAL:

Cable Breaking Strength:

Ends Fixed: 11,400 lbs (50.7 KN) Nominal

Maximum Suggested Working Tension: 5,700 lbs (25.4 KN)

Number and Size of Wires:

Inner Armor 12 x 0.0445” (1.130 mm)

Outer Armor 18 x 0.0445” (1.130 mm)

Average Wire Breaking Strength:

Inner Armor 442 lbs (1.97 KN)

Outer Armor 442 lbs (1.97 KN)

Cable Type Core Description Cable Weight


Plastic Insulation Copper Res Cap
Temp Rating O.D. Each In Air In H2O Spec. Gravity
Type Thickness Construction Typical Typical
°F in in Ω/Kft pf/ft in lbs/Kft
°C mm mm Ω/Km pf/m mm Kg/Km
420 0.0245 19x0.0142 2.8 47 0.115 189 157
Camtane
216 0.622 19x0.361 9.2 154 2.921 282 233
1N32PXZ-HS
420 0.0175 19x0.0142 2.8 47 0.155 189 157
ETFE
216 0.445 19x0.361 9.2 154 3.937 282 233

300 0.042 19x0.0142 2.8 46 0.155 187 155


1N32PP-HS Poly
149 1.067 19x0.361 9.2 151 3.937 278 230

500 0.0175 19x0.0142 2.8 45 0.155 194 160


ETFE
260 0.445 19.0x361 9.2 148 3.937 288 238
1N32PTZ
500 0.0245 19x0.0142 2.8 45 0.120 194 160
FEP
260 0.622 19x0.361 9.2 148 3.048 288 238

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5/16” 8.18 mm
MONOCONDUCTOR 1N32-HS
• The armor wires are high tensile, Galvanized Extra Improved Plow Steel (GEIPS), and coated with anti-corrosion compound for protection
during shipping and storing. Wires are preformed.

• Core assembly – Copper strand consists of a total of nineteen wires. Conductor resistance is measured at 68° F. Voids in the copper strand are
filled with a water-blocking agent to reduce water and gas migration.

• SUPERSEAL, a special pressure seal agent, is applied between armor layers.

• The temperature rating assumes a normal gradient for both temperature and weight.

• All values shown are nominal or typical values.

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SLICKLINE CABLE
TESTER

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WIRE WRAPTOR

FEATURES:

• Standardized and consistent tests lead to more


accurate predictions.
• 100 times greater surface area able to be examined
compared to testing by knotting the line.
• Reduced risk of unplanned production stops, or of
losing production equipment, through line breakage.
• Sturdy construction and design permits for use in tough
environments.
• Suitable for both wrap-testing and torsion testing.

The Wraptor™ is a portable ductility testing unit for performing both wrap-tests
and torsion tests on slicklines cables in the field.

Wrapping a line around its own diameter exerts extreme pressure on the outer fiber of the line.
Reduced ductility is immediately apparent. With the Wraptor, this test can be performed in a
consistent way over and over again, with more accurate predictions as a result.

With the Wraptor, the length of the wire tested can be as much as 1 meter (3 feet) for a .125"
line, and more for a .108" line. The surface area which can be examined will thus be up to a 100
times greater compared with the alternative method of simply knotting the line.

Security and knowledge of the real condition of the wire will therefore be greatly increased and
the risk of lowering a brittle line into a well will be drastically reduced.

Better predictions save money

The ability to more accurately predict the retirement point of a slickline cable can lead to
considerable cost savings through the reduced risk of facing unplanned production stops, as well
as losing valuable production equipment.

This can also open up for a reduction in net working capital, as less spare equipment would need
to be kept on the site location.
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WIRE WRAPTOR

Ductility testing in theory

Wrap-testing is the recommended method for testing ductility in stainless and alloy wirelines.
Torsion testing is recommended for testing ductility in carbon steel wirelines.

The reason for differentiating the two steel types is that carbon steel and stainless steels
differ greatly in structure.

The isotropic (meaning ductile in all directions) structure of carbon steel makes torsion
testing the ideal method for that product.

Anisotropic (meaning ductile in only one direction) stainless steels are best served by wrap-
testing which exerts surface pressure only in the more suitable longitudinal direction.

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