[12] Patent
[11] Patent No.:GC0009401  
[45] Date of Publishing the Grant of the Patent: 31/Dec /2018                56/2018  
Number of the Decision to Grant the Patent:2018/141846
Date of the Decision to Grant the Patent:18/Dec/2018

[21] Application No.:GC 2011-19247

[22] Filing Date:10/9/2011

[30] Priority:

[33] State [32] Priority date [31] Priority No.
US
13/9/2010
12/880,906

[72] Inventors:1- Mohan L. Soni،2- Jeremy J. Guillory،3- Gerald D. Lynde،4- Ronnie D. Russell،5- Steve Rosenblatt

[73] Owner: Baker Hughes Incorporated, 2929 Allen Parkway Suite 2100 Texas 77019, Houston, USA

[74] Agent: Saba & Co. T.M.P

  

 

  

[51]IPC:
E21B29/00, E21B31/08, E21B37/00

[56] Cited Documents:

-US 6276452 B1 (DAVIS; JOHN PHILLIP et al) 21 August 2001
-US 6283204 B1 (BRADY; JERRY L. et al) 04 September 2001
-US 05431228A A (WEINGARTEN; JEAN S. et al) 11 July 1995
 
Examiner: Ali Ahmed Almulla

[54] DEBRIS CHAMBER WITH HELICAL FLOW PATH FOR ENHANCED SUBTERRANEAN DEBRIS REMOVAL
[57] Abstract: A subterranean debris catcher swirls the incoming debris laden stream by putting grooves or spiral projections on the inside of the inlet pipe. In some embodiments the solids come out of openings in the side of the inlet pipe and in others the solids can exit near the top either directly into the enclosed solids holding volume as the liquid exits straight out or the solids can be discharged out the end of the inlet pipe into the bigger open space defined by the housing. In the latter case the inside housing wall can have a screen or vanes that slow down the solid particles as the fluid continues to a housing exit and eventually to an exit screen before being discharged to either go to the surface or recirculate back along the outside of the tool to the inlet pipe while picking up additional debris.
No. of claims: 14     No. of figures: 9


 

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