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.
To capitalize on Federal Ammunition's new Prairie Storm shotshells, the folks at Carlson Choke Tubes have introduced Prairie Storm Chokes. 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.