Whether temporary or permanent, plug and abandonment activities require surety. IPI's range of bridge plugs and cement retainers provides that surety with products suiting everything from thru-tubing applications to milled window P&A.
Large Diameter Plug & Abandonment Packers
Specifically designed for plugging of wells as part of usual cementing procedures prior to abandonment. These permanent inflatable bridge plugs have the advantages of relatively small run-in diameter, large setting range and ease of installation.
Remedial Cementing Packer (RCP)
IPI’s retrievable Remedial Cementing Packer (RCP) is a field proven innovative inflatable packer system designed for retrievability after remedial cementing. The retrievable RCP features drillable residual components, which makes it the optimal solution for shutting-off lost-circulation zones encountered during drilling operations.
Retrievable Inflatable Bridge Plug (RIBP)
IPI’s Retrievable Inflatable Bridge Plug (RIBP), utilises our field proven PIBP and ICP inflation valving system in conjunction with a DuraGRIP™ packer element, which provides bi directional sealing and anchoring. There are two standard mechanisms to enable deployment using drill pipe, Coiled Tubing, and Capillary Tube.
Thru-Tubing Permanent Inflatable Bridge Plug (TT-PIBP)
IPI’s Permanent Inflatable Bridge Plug (PIBP) incorporates the DuraGRIP™ packer element which has bidirectional sealing and anchoring capability. The design also utilizes an equalisation feature, that eliminates the effect of wellbore pressure, to ensure correct tool function regardless of setting conditions. There are three standard configurations to enable deployment on Coiled Tubing, Capillary Tube, and *Wireline/Slickline.
Thru-Tubing Retrievable Inflatable Bridge Plug (TT-RIBP)
IPI's Thru-Tubing Retrievable Inflatable Bridge Plug (TT-RIBP), utilizes InflataLOK™ valving system in conjunction with a DuraGRIP™ packer element, which provides bi-directional sealing and anchoring. The TT-RIBP is an innovative design with an equalization mechanism allowing the operator to equalize any potential pressure below the packer with the annulus above, before activating the deflation mechanism.