What is the recommended no touch time for Trees, Manifold, Jumpers, Flowlines and Risers?

Asked by cobiesmith 5 years, 4 months ago | 2 Answers


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aodai 5 years, 4 months ago
Three and half (3.5) hours no touch time for Trees, Manifold, and Jumpers. Six (6) hours no touch time for Flowlines and Risers.

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aodai 5 years, 4 months ago

Here are the cool down time I would use:

  • Five (5) hours for cool down to hydrate conditions for Trees, Manifold, Jumpers.
  • Twelve (12) hours for cool down to hydrate conditions for Flowlines and Risers.

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