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Pull Test Plate

Proof-test the strength and pressure integrity of the connector joint.

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In coiled tubing (CT) tool string intervention operations, once the tubing has been fed from the reel, over the goose neck, and through the CT injector, a CT connector is fitted. Our CT pull test plate can be threaded onto the bottom of a CT connector, which enables the CT operator to take a pull to proof-test the strength of the connector joint. The CT connector pressure integrity can also be tested at this point.

An integral bleed-off port is incorporated to allow for the possibility of bleeding-down trapped residual CT pressure.


  • Detachable and available in different diameters
  • Connector/bleed sub is tool string diameter
  • Bleed-off port uses a ball seat and has a captive bleed screw to prevent it from completely backing out of the sub body.
  • TerraTECH Coiled Tubing Tools Brochure
  • TerraLINK Coiled Tubing Connectors Data Summary