storm choke

storm choke

[′stȯrm ‚chōk]
(petroleum engineering)
A device installed in an oil-well tubing string below the surface to shut in the well when the flow reaches a predetermined rate; provides an automatic shutoff in case Christmas-tree or control valves are damaged. Also known as tubing safety valve.
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To further the effectiveness of Prairie Storm, the folks at Carlson's developed their titanium-coated Prairie Storm choke tubes.
Prairie Storm chokes will also work equally well with copper, lead, nickel and even HEVI-Shot.
The system provides what is described as a highly effective alternative for re-establishing surface hydraulic control to surface-controlled subsurface safety valves (SCSSV) that are inoperable due to compromised control lines or if the installation of a storm choke is undesirable.
Baker Hughes' Reconnect system provides a highly effective alternative for re-establishing surface hydraulic control to surface-controlled subsurface safety valves (SCSSV) that are inoperable due to compromised control lines or if the installation of a storm choke is undesirable.
Prairie Storm Chokes These choke tubes are designed to work perfectly in conjunction with Federal Ammunition's Prairie Storm ammo.
Designed to throw a dense pattern over longer distances, Prairie Storm Chokes ensure each shot pattern is held together well downrange, resulting in less wounding and more birds in the gamebag.