Rope Socket Swabline Type
• Commonly situated in the upper most part of the tool string, the stem is used to provide weight to overcome well pressures / friction in the stiffing box, and also provides the mass downhole to provide effective impact when jarring
• Assembly consists of a body with external fishing neck, threaded bottom sub and slip a carrier complete with slips and set screw
• Designed to cut the cable internally
• The special slips cut the cable under excessive loading at a precise percentage of the cable’s tensile strength
• Designed to cut the cable internally to ensure the fishing neck is left clean in the event that the toolstring becomes stuck in the well
Hunting Slip Rope Sockets are used to attach braided cables to the toolstring and are predominately used with cable sizes up to and including 5/16”.
The Rope Socket assembly consists of a body with an external fishing neck, threaded bottom sub and a slip carrier complete with slips and set screw.