A Cr-Mo-B-Ti low alloyed steel, with a special quenched and tempered heat treatment, was designed. Corrosion fatigue resistance of the new material was evaluated at lab scale. Field tests are being carried out in 26 wells where sucker rods had failed for years.
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Control of down-hole corrosion in and around sucker rod threads. Selection of lubricant and use of corrosion inhibitors against the effects of corrosive well fluids. Historical Document 1988
Corrosion inhibitors to provide protection of sucker-rod threads and box cavities against corrosive well fluids and to protect the threads from galling. Inhibited lubricants and tests to select.
Corrosion inhibitors to provide protection of sucker-rod threads and box cavities against corrosive well fluids and to protect the threads from galling. Inhibited lubricants and tests to select. Historical Document 1995
This standard defines requirements for inhibited lubricants and suggests types of tests. Simulated sweet, sour, aerated, or combination environments with simulated or actual field fluids. Historical Document 1995
Metallic material requirements for sucker-rod pumps in oilfield environments. Recommended materials for mild, moderate, and severe metal-loss corrosion. Properties of pump barrel and plunger materials.
Supplement API Standard 11AX (6th ed., 1971) specifying the material requirements of metallic materials for the construction of sucker-rod pumps for service in hydrogen sulfide environments. Only pumps with one-piece barrels and metal plungers have been considered in this standard.
Corrosion inhibition, wear reduction, and corrosion prevention techniques for use from the manufacturing of bare steel sucker rods and couplings through installation and service in the well. Historical document 1995
Corrosion inhibition, wear reduction & corrosion prevention of bare steel sucker rods and couplings through manufacture, installation & service. Corrosion control for atmospheric and downhole environments.
This test method describes the procedure for testing sucker rods in field service to compare the performance of different types and grades of sucker rods in the same environment and under essentially the same dynamic conditions.
Historical Document 1989
Procedure for testing sucker rods in field service to compare the performance of different types and grades of sucker rods…same environment…same dynamic conditions. Historical Document 1995