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  • ES20.39964

    Operation Manual

    TMCHydraulic Fishing Jar

  • This title block page intentionally left blank.

    DATE: Jan 30, 2007

    DRAWN: M Hutchinson P.O. Box 60068 HOUSTON, TX 77205 APRVD: C Long

    INDEX

    ES20 Operation Manual

    26334 Jan 30, 2007 C Long

    TMC Hydraulic Fishing Jar

    This drawing and data embody proprietary information which is the confidential property of Smith International, Inc., and which shall not be copied, reproduced, disclosed to others, or used in whole or in part for any purpose, without the written permission of Smith. This drawing is loaned in confidence with the understanding that it SPEC. NO. shall be returned on demand. REV ECO DATE BY ES20.39964

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    SECTION I - GENERAL INFORMATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 2

    SECTION II - FIELD INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

    FIGURE 1TMC JAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

    BEFORE RUNNING IN THE HOLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

    CHANGE OUT RECOMMENDATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

    TABLE 1 CHANGE OUT RECOMENDATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

    AFTER EACH USE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

    RECOMMENDED STRING HOOK-UP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

    FIGURE 2HYDRAULIC JAR AND ACCELERATOR HOOK-UP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

    TABLE 2HYDRAULIC JAR AND ACCELERATOR WEIGHT TABLES . . . . . . . . . 7

    TABLE 3SPECIFICATIONS AND STRENGTH DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

    FISHING DIMENSIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 914

    The last numbered page of this manual is 14.

    Effective Date May 2002 TMC Jar

    ENC 15667 Operation Manual

  • SECTION I

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    The Houston Engineers Series TMC Jar, when connected to the lower end of long resilient tubular drill

    strings, utilizes a sequence of detent and free vertical travel to accomplish an impact force in subsurface well

    bores. An initial portion of the TMC stroke, or travel, is restricted by the close toleranced hydraulic section. Re-

    stricted travel is maintained until the drill pipe or tubing can be placed under conditions of high vertical stress or

    stretch. A free, unrestricted, portion of travel within the Jar is provided to allow sudden release of a portion of the

    stress in the drill string. Release of stress is utilized to accelerate drill collars or simply the mass of the tubular

    string, and to deliver an impact blow at a depth within the confines of the impact section of the TMC Jar. It is

    common practice to use drill collars with the TMC Jar to concentrate a large amount of mass just above the Jar

    where maximum velocity will occur when the Jar trips or when that portion of free travel is activated. The

    number of drill collars to be used will depend on surface equipment, well conditions and the nature of the object

    lodged within the well bore. The impact delivering capability of the TMC Jar may be enhanced by the use of the

    Houston Engineers Series ACCMC Accelerator. This is a tool capable of accumulating tensile energy and di-

    recting this energy to boost the impact blow to much higher levels when the TMC Jar releases. Complete de-

    scription and use of TMC Jars and ACCMC Accelerators is shown on the following pages of this manual.

    TMC Jars are long stroke hard hitting jarring tools that have been proven to excel when used as fishing tools,

    in conjunction with formation testing and coring tools. The TMC drive system is in an enclosed environment

    preventing foreign objects from entering the fluid system. TMC Jars are designed to deliver impact blows in an

    upward direction only and are not dependent on torque or rotational motion. A straight upward strain at the sur-

    face will achieve the impact action at subsurface depths. Other outstanding features are described and illustrated

    in other sections of this manual.

    With TMC Jars, the impact action is achieved by the combined use of reliable hydraulic and mechanical prin-

    ciples. This Jar will allow sufficient time delay to put the desired strain on the drill string, and will deliver a

    strong impact which is completely controlled by the rig operator at all times. Resetting of the Jar is made without

    delay and without any internal pressure build-up within the tool.

    The time delay is achieved by the retarded upward movement of the inner parts of the TMC Jar when an up-

    ward strain is exerted on the drill string. As the piston section of the Detent Mandrel passes through the restric-

    tion, fluid slowly bleeds by the close tolerances of the metering system on the Detent Mandrel. As the fluid and

    pressure are slowly dissipated through these restrictions, a slow upward movement of the inner parts of the Jar is

    accomplished. This relatively slow movement of the inner Jar parts allows the operator to put the desired strain

    in the drill string. As the piston clears the upward end of the restriction, the inner parts of the Jar rush upward

    with the drill string creating kinetic energy. The upward movement is stopped by the impact surfaces located on

    top of the Knocker and in the upper end of the Kelly Cylinder. When these two anvil surfaces meet, kinetic en-

    ergy from the rapidly moving drill string is transmitted to the stuck object in the well bore through the outer body

    and grappling device below the TMC Jar.

    After the impact stroke of the TMC Jar has been made, a rapid resetting action takes place as the drill string is

    lowered to its original position. As the piston on the Detent Mandrel re-enters the restriction, instead of retarded

    movement as was true on the upstroke, a free and smooth movement in resetting is accomplished. As the piston

    enters the restriction, the Detent Ring responds to the unequal pressure tendency and moves up until the bypass

    slots are opened and oil is freely transferred in a smooth reset action. Because of the complete resetting action,

    Effective Date May 2002 1 TMC JarECN 15667 Operation Manual

  • the TMC Jar will deliver a controllable bumping down action, in the same manner as a bumper sub, without any

    damage to the lower packing.

    The torque transmitting means and impact surfaces are in separate closed lubricated environments, prevent-

    ing metal shavings from contaminating or fouling the working parts in the hydraulic detent section. All of the

    above factors combine to fulfill the needs for an oilfield jarring tool that is simple, rugged and dependable.

    All TMC Jars and ACCMC Acceleratorsare available in right and left-hand threaded embodiments without

    departure from the operating instructions contained in this manual.

    TMC Jar 2 Effective Date May 2002Operation Manual ECN 15667

    TMC JAR

    HYDRAULIC DETENT

    SECTION

    NEUTRALIZER

    SECTION

    WASHPIPE

    SECTION

    SERIAL NUMBER

    TORQUE DRIVE

    SECTION

  • SECTION II

    FIELD INSTRUCTIONS

    Drill collars used in a position just above the TMC Jar will allow the most efficient use of the weight of the

    drill collars to loosen stuck objects by impact blows delivered in an upward direction. After engaging the stuck

    object (fish), a strain is taken on the drill string and sufficient time allowed for the TMC Jar to trip. This will gen-

    erally be between one to two minutes for the first blow. Successive blows are entirely at the control of the rig op-

    erator and can be controlled with regard to frequency and intensity. The frequency is regulated by noting and

    marking the pipe or Kelly at the point where they were last closed. If increased Jar frequency is desired, the point

    of closure is controlled from the last mark on the Kelly. Increased intensity may be achieved by using an Hous-

    ton Engineers Series ACCMC Accelerator along with the TMC Jar as shown in Fig. 2. Any desired blow may

    be delivered by observing the above procedure and is completely controlled by the rig operator. No waiting peri-

    od is required to reset the Jar. The Jar will offer absolutely no resistance on the resetting stroke. Frequency of

    blow is controlled by distance of travel of the resetting and not by time that weight is placed on the Jar.

    BEFORE RUNNING IN THE HOLE: Fill Plugs should be checked for shut-off along with a note of any

    leaking hydraulic fluid around the joints of the TMC Jar. The joints of the Jar are made-up in service shops to

    proper torque values. However, in some cases it may be desirable to make-up joints to tool joint torque levels

    with the rig tongs. The tongs should be placed opposite each of the four breaks in the tool. The tongs should

    never be placed in the middle of the Kelly or Detent Cylinders. Tong teeth should not be placed over the Fill Plug

    holes and excessive tonging or jerking of the tong line should be avoided. Fig. 1 illustrates the Cylinder Sections

    where tongs may be placed.

    Effective Date May 2002 3 TMC JarECN 15667 Operation Manual

    TMC Jar

    FIG. 1

    Place Tongs

    Here

  • CHANGE OUT RECOMMENDATIONS: The TMC Jar should be changed out periodically, for servic-

    ing. See Table 1, Change Out Recommendations, to determine recommended hours of use before servicing.

    TOOL SIZES

    Tool Joint

    Connection

    Normal Jarring or Bumping Operation

    Minimum torque and

    short durations of torquing

    Washover or Millling Opertion

    High torque and long duration of torquingO.D.

    inches

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    (mm) * Hours of Operation Before Change Out

    1-13/16

    (46)

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    (46)

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    (57)

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    (79)

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    (25)2-3/8 API REG

    120 Hours 30-40 Hours

    3-1/8

    (79)

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    (38)2-3/8 EUE

    3- 3/4

    (95)

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    3- 3/4

    (95)

    2

    (51)2-3/8 EUE

    4-1/4

    (108)

    2

    (51)2-7/8 API IF

    160 Hours 40-50 Hours

    4-1/4

    (108)

    2-7/16

    (62)2-7/8 EUE

    4-3/4

    (121)

    2

    (51)3-1/2 API FH

    4-3/4(121)

    2-1/4(57) 3-1/2 API IF

    6-1/4(159)

    2-1/4(57) 4-1/2 API IF

    200 Hours 50-60 Hours

    6-1/2

    (165)

    2-1/4

    (57)4-1/2 API IF

    7-3/4

    (197)

    3-1/2

    (89)6-5/8 API REG

    8

    (203)

    3-1/2

    (89)6-5/8 API REG

    Trapping torque while jarring or bumping decreases hours by half, accumulatively.

    TMC Jar 4 Effective Date May 2002Operation Manual ECN 15667

    Change Out Recommendations

    Table 1

  • AFTER EACH USE: If TMC Jars have been operating properly, it is not necessary to change Jars on each

    trip. However, it is not advisable to leave the tool around corrosive conditions for a prolonged period of time

    without at least an oil washout of the Kelly system and into the Washpipe Cylinder and around the Detent Man-

    drel.

    On completion of a fishing or other jar operation, the TMC Jar joints may be broken with rig tongs observing

    the same precautions as mentioned above. The Jar should then be sent to the nearest point of service for a major

    service and testing operation.

    CAUTION: FAILURE TO PLACE BREAKOUT TONGS IN PROPER POSITION AS SHOWN IN

    FIG. 1 MAY CAUSE SEVERE AND EXPENSIVE DAMAGE TO THE JARS.

    RECOMMENDED STRING HOOK-UP: Fig. 2 represents a standard recommended fishing hook-up us-

    ing the TMC Jar and ACCMC Accelerator. The number of drill collars placed between the TMC Jar and Accel-

    erator is of utmost importance. Prior to the development of the Accelerator, it was accepted practice to run a

    large number of drill collars directly above the jar so as to provide a mass for upward impact, however, well con-

    ditions such as wall drag, crooked holes, etc, definitely limit the effectiveness of this arrangement.

    The TMC Jar or the TMC Jar-ACCMC Accelerator jar system should be placed as close to the stuck point as

    possible. Any free pipe located between the jar system and the stuck point may deflect and act as a shock ab-

    sorber, preventing delivery of the impact load to the stuck point.

    Mechanical principles concerning dynamics show that when the ACCMC Accelerator is used with the TMC

    Jar, impact forces can be generated much higher than the impact force generated by the TMC Jar alone. See

    TMC Jar and Accelerator Hook-up, Figure 2, versus the practice of using excessively large numbers of drill col-

    lars above the Jar. Use Table 2 to determine the optimum impact weight or the proper number of drill collars to

    be placed between the TMC Jar and ACCMC Accelerator. Failure to use the arrangement in the exact sizes and

    weights that are listed will result in less than peak impact efficiency for any given system.

    Use of the ACCMC Accelerator with the TMC Jar not only increases the efficiency of the impact jar capabil-

    ity of any fishing string, but the Accelerator also reduces the amount of shock transmitted up the string towards

    the surface. As a result of this capability, the fishing string can be subjected to higher pull effort exerted by sur-

    face equipment without fear of overload due to impact shock waves traveling up the fishing string. High inten-

    sity impact jar operations can be accomplished without damage to the fishing string.

    Smith Services HE Group does not recommend the use of two TMC Jars in the string at the same time or use

    of its TMC Jars with other makes of accelerators. HE Group tools are made in matched sets and will not deliver

    impact blows, as calculated, when used in conjunction with other makes of impact equipment.

    Effective Date May 2002 5 TMC JarECN 15667 Operation Manual

  • TMC Jar 6 Effective Date May 2002Operation Manual ECN 15667

    2

    TMC JAR and ACCELERATOR HOOK-UP

    FIG. 2Use This Figure In Conjunction with Table 2

    Jar Load = Surface Pull less

    Pipe Wt. and Hole Drag

    Optimum Wt. is20% of Jar Load

    1

    4

    3

    1

    Jar Blow isApprox. 10 times Jar Load

    FISHING STRING

    Accelerator

    Drill Collars

    TMC HYDRAULIC JAR

    Optional Fishing Tools

    Stuck Point

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    Effective Date May 2002 7 TMC Jar

    ECN 15667 Operation Manual

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    2Loadcapacity(125,000to300,000lbs)

    3Readoptimumweight(25,000minim

    umto60,000maxim

    um)

    4See1,150,000lbs.forheavyweightor1,600,000lbs.forlightweight.

    Impactblowisbasedonuse

    ofoptimumweightbetweenjarandaccelerator

    OptimumweightW

    =E L2

    E=energydeliveredbyaccelerator,L=freestrokeofjar

    Ruleofthumbforestim

    ationofoptimumweightW:

    1.Selectapproxim

    ately20%

    ofnominaljarloadindrillcollarsand

    insertthisweightbetweenjarandaccelerator.

    2.Im

    pactblowcouldthenbeuptotentimesgreaterthanjarload.

    NOTE:Weightsshowninthistablemusthavethebouyancyfactorappliedforuse

    downhole.

    TM

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    Max.

  • TOOL SIZES

    TOOL JOINT CON-

    NECTION

    RECOMMENDEDMAX.

    OVERPULLWKG. LOAD

    DURING RESTRICTED

    TRAVEL

    lbf (N)

    TOTAL

    TRAVEL

    inches (mm)

    MAX. STRENGTH AFTER

    RESTRICTED TRAVEL

    O.D.

    inches

    (mm)

    I.D.

    inches

    (mm)

    MAX. PULL

    TENSILE YIELD

    lbf (N)

    *MAX. TORQUE

    YIELD

    lbfft (Nm)

    1-13/16

    (46)

    3/8

    (10)1-13/16 WFJ

    19,000(84,512)

    9-3/4(247.65)

    56,000(249,088)

    800(1,085)

    1-13/16

    (46)

    9/16

    (14)1 AM MT

    17,000(75,616)

    7-1/4(184.15)

    69,000(306,912)

    750(1,017)

    2-1/4

    (57)

    1/2

    (13)1-1/4 REG

    20,000(88,960)

    12(304.80)

    95,800(426,118)

    1,900(2,576)

    3-1/8

    (79)

    1

    (25)2-3/8 API REG

    51,000(226,848)

    16(406.40)

    192,000(854,016)

    4,100(5,559)

    3-1/8

    (79)

    1-1/2

    (38)2-3/8 EUE

    32,400(144,115)

    14(355.60)

    185,000(822,880)

    4,200(5,694)

    3-3/4

    (95)

    1-1/2

    (38)2-3/8 API IF

    59,000(262,432)

    16(406.40)

    257,000(1,143,136)

    6,600(8,948)

    3-3/4

    (95)

    2

    (51)2-3/8 EUE

    38,000(169,024)

    16(406.40)

    233,000(1,036,384)

    7,400(10,033)

    4-1/4

    (108)

    2

    (51)2-7/8 API IF

    73,000(324,704)

    16(406.40)

    348,000(1,547,904)

    11,000(14,913)

    4-1/4

    (108)

    2-7/16

    (62)2-7/8 EUE

    39,000(173,472)

    16(406.40)

    320,000(1,423,360)

    10,000(13,558)

    4-3/4

    (121)

    2

    (51)3-1/2 API FH

    90,000(400,320)

    16(406.40)

    422,000(1,877,056)

    14,000(18,981)

    4-3/4

    (121)

    2-1/4

    (57)3-1/2 API IF

    95,000(422,560)

    16(406.40)

    510,000(2,268,480)

    14,000(18,981)

    6-1/4

    (159)

    2-1/4

    (57)4-1/2 API IF

    180,000(800,640)

    18(457.20)

    900,000(4,003,200)

    50,000(67,788)

    6-1/2

    (165)

    2-1/4

    (57)4-1/2 API IF

    195,000(867,360)

    18(457.20)

    928,000(4,127,744)

    50,000(67,788)

    7-3/4

    (197)

    3-1/2

    (89)6-5/8 API REG

    300,000(1,334,400)

    18(457.20)

    1,304,000(5,800,192)

    118,000(159,979)

    8

    (203)

    3-1/2

    (89)6-5/8 API REG

    300,000(1,334,400)

    18(457.20)

    1,304,000(5,800,192)

    118,000(159,979)

    The tensile yield, torsional yield, and maximum overpull values set forth above are calculated per API RP7G

    utilizing the published yield strength of the material. Further information on these and other specifications is

    available upon request.

    *Torsional yield strength is based on the tool joint connection.

    TMC Jar 8 Effective Date May 2002Operation Manual ECN 15667

    TMC JarSpecification and Strength Data

    Table 3

  • Effective Date May 2002 9 TMC JarECN 15667 Operation Manual

    TMC JAR FISHING DIMENSIONS

    Drive

    Cylinder

    Drive

    Pins

    A-Ring

    Knocker

    Kelly

    Cylinder

    Kelly

    Mandrel

    Detent

    Mandrel

    Neutralizer

    Cylinder

    Neutralizer

    Piston

    Washpipe

    Cylinder

    Detent

    Cylinder

    Detent Pin

    Retainer Sub

  • TM

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    TO

    OL

    O.D

    .1-

    13/1

    6(4

    6)1-

    13/1

    6(4

    6)2-

    1/4

    (57)

    3-1/

    8(7

    9)3-

    1/8

    (79)

    3-3/

    4(9

    5)3-

    3/4

    (95)

    4-1/

    4(1

    08)

    4-1/

    4(1

    08)

    4-3/

    4(1

    21)

    4-3/

    4(1

    21)

    6-1/

    4(1

    59)

    6-1/

    2(1

    65)

    7-3/

    4(1

    97)

    8(2

    03)

    TO

    OL

    I.D

    .3/

    8(1

    0)9/

    16(1

    4)1/

    2(1

    3)1

    (25)

    1-1/

    2(3

    8)1-

    1/2

    (38)

    2(5

    1)2

    (51)

    2-7/

    16(6

    2)2

    (51)

    2-1/

    4(5

    7)2-

    1/4

    (57)

    2-1/

    4(5

    7)3-

    1/2

    (89)

    3-1/

    2(8

    9)K

    EL

    LY

    MA

    ND

    RE

    L

    A1-13/16

    1-13/16

    2-1/4

    3-1/8

    3-1/8

    3-3/4

    3-3/4

    4-1/4

    4-1/4

    4-3/4

    4-3/4

    6-1/4

    6-1/2

    7-3/4

    8

    (46.0)

    (46.0)

    (57.2)

    (79.4)

    (79.4)

    (95.3)

    (95.3)

    (108.0)

    (108.0)

    (120.7)

    (120.7)

    (158.8)

    (165.1)

    (196.9)

    (203.2)

    B9-13/16

    6-13/16

    12

    13-19/32

    13

    12

    14

    14

    14

    12

    16

    18

    18

    20

    20

    (249.2)

    (173.0)

    (304.8)

    (345.3)

    (330.2)

    (304.8)

    (355.6)

    (355.6)

    (355.6)

    (304.8)

    (406.4)

    (457.2)

    (457.2)

    (508.0)

    (508.0)

    C1-5/32

    1-3/16

    1-7/16

    2-9/64

    2-3/16

    2-49/64

    2-23/32

    3-1/32

    3-3/16

    3-1/4

    3-1/4

    4-3/8

    4-3/8

    5-3/16

    5-3/16

    (29.4)

    (30.2)

    (36.5)

    (54.4)

    (55.6)

    (70.4)

    (69.1)

    (76.8)

    (81.0)

    (82.6)

    (82.6)

    (111.1)

    (111.1)

    (131.8)

    (131.8)

    D1-1/8

    1-3/16

    1-3/8

    22-1/8

    2-11/16

    2-11/16

    33-1/8

    3-15/64

    3-15/64

    4-1/4

    4-1/4

    5-1/8

    5-1/8

    (28.6)

    (30.2)

    (34.9)

    (50.8)

    (54.0)

    (68.3)

    (68.3)

    (76.2)

    (79.4)

    (82.0)

    (82.0)

    (108.0)

    (108.0)

    (130.2)

    (130.2)

    E27-3/4

    21-1/2

    47-11/16

    61

    56-5/16

    59-1/8

    61-1/4

    62-5/8

    59-7/8

    61-1/8

    65-1/8

    74-3/8

    74-3/8

    81-1/4

    81-1/4

    (704.9)

    (546.1)

    (1211.3)

    (1549.4)

    (1430.3)

    (1501.8)

    (1555.8)

    (1590.7)

    (1520.8)

    (1552.6)

    (1654.2)

    (1889.1)

    (1889.1)

    (2063.8)

    (2063.8)

    F1-13/16

    WFJ

    1AM

    MT

    1-1/4REG

    2-3/8-REG

    2-3/8EUE

    2-3/8I.F.

    2-3/8EUE

    2-7/8I.F.

    2-7/8EUE

    3-1/2F.H.

    3-1/2I.F.

    4-1/2I.F.

    4-1/2I.F.

    6-5/8REG

    6-5/8REG

    G3/8

    9/16

    1/2

    11-1/2

    1-1/2

    22

    2-7/16

    22-1/4

    2-1/4

    2-1/4

    3-1/2

    3-1/2

    (9.5)

    (14.3)

    (12.7)

    (25.4)

    (38.1)

    (38.1)

    (50.8)

    (50.8)

    (61.9)

    (50.8)

    (57.2)

    (57.2)

    (57.2)

    (88.9)

    (88.9)

    DR

    IVE

    CY

    LIN

    DE

    R

    A1-13/16

    1-13/16

    2-1/4

    3-1/8

    3-1/8

    3-3/4

    3-3/4

    4-1/4

    4-1/4

    4-3/4

    4-3/4

    6-1/4

    6-1/2

    7-3/4

    8

    (46.0)

    (46.0)

    (57.2)

    (79.4)

    (79.4)

    (95.3)

    (95.3)

    (108.0)

    (108.0)

    (120.7)

    (120.7)

    (158.8)

    (158.8)

    (196.9)

    (203.2)

    B1-19/32

    1-19/32

    1-7/8

    2-1/32

    2-3/4

    3-11/32

    3-3/8

    3-25/32

    3-7/8

    4-1/4

    4-1/4

    5-7/16

    5-7/16

    6-5/8

    6-5/8

    (40.4)

    (40.4)

    (47.6)

    (51.6)

    (69.9)

    (84.9)

    (85.7)

    (96.0)

    (98.4)

    (108.0)

    (108.0)

    (138.1)

    (138.1)

    (168.3)

    (168.3)

    C1-45/64

    1-29/32

    2-1/4

    2-15/16

    3-1/2

    2-3/4

    3-1/2

    33-9/16

    4-15/16

    4-15/16

    4-1/4

    4-13/64

    54-61/64

    (43.1)

    (48.4)

    (57.2)

    (74.6)

    (88.9)

    (69.9)

    (88.9)

    (76.2)

    (90.5)

    (125.4)

    (125.4)

    (108.0)

    (106.8)

    (127.0)

    (125.9)

    D1-11/64

    1-3/32

    1-29/64

    2-9/64

    2-13/64

    2-51/64

    2-51/64

    3-1/32

    3-13/64

    3-9/32

    3-9/32

    4-13/32

    4-13/32

    5-13/64

    5-13/64

    (29.7)

    (27.8)

    (37.0)

    (54.4)

    (56.1)

    (70.9)

    (70.9)

    (77.0)

    (81.5)

    (83.3)

    (83.3)

    (111.8)

    (111.8)

    (132.3)

    (132.3)

    E15-5/8

    4-29/32

    19-13/16

    26-5/16

    18-1/2

    27

    27-1/8

    27-5/8

    25-11/16

    27-3/4

    27-3/4

    32-13/16

    32-13/16

    35-3/16

    35-3/16

    (396.9)

    (48.4)

    (503.2)

    (668.3)

    (469.9)

    (685.8)

    (689.0)

    (701.7)

    (652.5)

    (704.9)

    (704.9)

    (833.4)

    (833.4)

    (893.8)

    (893.8)

    DR

    IVE

    PIN

    S

    A3/16

    3/16

    3/8

    1/4

    3/8

    5/16

    7/16

    3/8

    7/16

    3/8

    9/16

    9/16

    5/8

    5/8

    (4.8)

    (4.8)

    (9.5)

    (6.4)

    (9.5)

    (8.0)

    (11.1)

    (9.5)

    (11.1)

    (9.5)

    (14.3)

    (14.3)

    (15.9)

    (15.9)

    B2-1/4

    2-3/4

    43

    45

    45

    45

    55

    66

    (57.2)

    (69.9)

    (101.6)

    (76.2)

    (101.6)

    (127.0)

    (101.6)

    (127.0)

    (101.6)

    (127.0)

    (127.0)

    (127.0)

    (152.4)

    (152.4)

    TMC Jar 10 Effective Date May 2002

    Operation Manual ECN 15667

  • TM

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    O.D

    .1-

    13/1

    6(4

    6)1-

    13/1

    6(4

    6)2-

    1/4

    (57)

    3-1/

    8(7

    9)3-

    1/8

    (79)

    3-3/

    4(9

    5)3-

    3/4

    (95)

    4-1/

    4(1

    08)

    4-1/

    4(1

    08)

    4-3/

    4(1

    21)

    4-3/

    4(1

    21)

    6-1/

    4(1

    59)

    6-1/

    2(1

    65)

    7-3/

    4(1

    97)

    8(2

    03)

    TO

    OL

    I.D

    .3/

    8(1

    0)9/

    16(1

    4)1/

    2(1

    3)1

    (25)

    1-1/

    2(3

    8)1-

    1/2

    (38)

    2(5

    1)2

    (51)

    2-7/

    16(6

    2)2

    (51)

    2-1/

    4(5

    7)2-

    1/4

    (57)

    2-1/

    4(5

    7)3-

    1/2

    (89)

    3-1/

    2(8

    9)D

    RIV

    E P

    IN R

    ET

    AIN

    ER

    SU

    B

    A

    3-1/8

    (79.4)

    B

    2-3/4

    (69.9)

    C

    3-1/2

    (88.9)

    D

    7-13/16

    (198.4)

    E

    2-49/64

    (70.4)

    F

    2-9/64

    (54.5)

    A-R

    ING

    A23/32

    15/16

    2-1/32

    1-3/16

    11-1/2

    1-5/32

    1-5/8

    1-5/8

    1-3/8

    1-3/8

    1-15/16

    115/16

    (18.3)

    (23.8)

    (51.6)

    (30.1)

    (25.4)

    (38.1)

    (29.4)

    (41.3)

    (41.3)

    (34.9)

    (34.9)

    (49.2)

    (49.2)

    B1-1/2

    1-3/4

    2-5/8

    3-15/64

    3-17/64

    3-21/32

    3-3/4

    4-9/64

    4-9/64

    5-19/64

    5-19/64

    6-31/64

    6-31/64

    (38.1)

    (44.5)

    (66.7)

    (82.1)

    (82.8)

    (93.0)

    (95.3)

    (105.0)

    (105.0)

    (134.6)

    (134.6)

    (164.6)

    (164.6)

    KN

    OC

    KE

    R

    A1-7/16

    1-7/16

    1-5/8

    2-31/64

    2-1/2

    3-1/16

    3-5/32

    3-35/64

    3-5/8

    3-15/16

    3-15/16

    5-11/64

    5-11/64

    6-9/32

    6-9/32

    (36.5)

    (36.5)

    (41.3)

    (63.2)

    (63.5)

    (77.8)

    (80.2)

    (90.3)

    (92.1)

    (100.0)

    (100.0)

    (131.3)

    (131.3)

    (159.7)

    (159.7)

    B3-17/32

    4-5/32

    5-3/16

    6-1/4

    6-1/2

    5-7/8

    6-1/4

    7-1/8

    67-3/8

    7-3/8

    8-3/4

    8-3/4

    10-3/4

    10-3/4

    (89.7)

    (105.6)

    (131.8)

    (158.8)

    (165.1)

    (149.2)

    (158.8)

    (181.0)

    (152.4)

    (187.3)

    (187.3)

    (222.3)

    (222.3)

    (273.1)

    (273.1)

    C63/64

    11-15/64

    1-29/32

    2-1/32

    2-37/64

    2-37/64

    2-29/32

    3-1/64

    3-5/32

    3-5/32

    4-3/64

    4-3/64

    4-59/64

    4-59/64

    (25.0)

    (25.4)

    (31.5)

    (48.4)

    (51.4)

    (65.7)

    (65.7)

    (73.8)

    (76.7)

    (80.0)

    (80.0)

    (102.9)

    (102.9)

    (125.1)

    (125.1)

    D29/64

    51/64

    55/64

    1-21/64

    1-13/16

    2-1/32

    2-13/32

    2-13/32

    2-29/32

    2-13/32

    2-21/32

    3-1/32

    3-1/32

    4-19/64

    4-19/64

    (15.5)

    (20.2)

    (22.0)

    (34.0)

    (46.0)

    (51.4)

    (61.0)

    (61.0)

    (73.8)

    (61.0)

    (67.3)

    (76.8)

    (76.8)

    (109.2)

    (109.2)

    E3/8

    9/16

    1/2

    11-1/2

    1-1/2

    22

    2-7/16

    22-1/4

    2-1/4

    2-1/4

    3-1/2

    3-1/2

    (9.5)

    (14.3)

    (12.7)

    (25.4)

    (38.1)

    (38.1)

    (50.8)

    (50.8)

    (61.9)

    (50.8)

    (57.2)

    (57.2)

    (57.2)

    (88.9)

    (88.9)

    F1-39/32

    1-21/32

    2-5/16

    33

    2-7/8

    3-1/8

    3-1/2

    2-7/8

    3-3/4

    3-3/4

    4-1/8

    4-1/8

    66

    (48.4)

    (42.1)

    (58.7)

    (76.2)

    (76.2)

    (73.0)

    (79.4)

    (88.9)

    (73.0)

    (95.3)

    (95.3)

    (104.8)

    (104.8)

    (152.4)

    (152.4)

    H1-7/16

    1-7/16

    2-7/16

    2-3/4

    2-15/16

    2-1/2

    2-3/8

    32-5/8

    33

    44

    44

    (36.5)

    (36.5)

    (61.9)

    (69.9)

    (74.6)

    (63.5)

    (60.3)

    (76.2)

    (66.7)

    (76.2)

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    (101.6)

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    (46.0)

    (46.1)

    (57.2)

    (79.4)

    (79.4)

    (95.6)

    (95.3)

    (108.0)

    (108.0)

    (120.7)

    (120.7)

    (158.8)

    (165.1)

    (196.9)

    (203.2)

    B1-1/2

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    1-3/4

    2-33/64

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    3-3/16

    3-37/64

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    44

    5-1/4

    5-1/4

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    (38.1)

    (38.1)

    (44.5)

    (63.8)

    (65.1)

    (80.2)

    (81.0)

    (90.9)

    (92.6)

    (101.6)

    (101.6)

    (133.4)

    (133.4)

    (160.4)

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    50-7/8

    50-7/8

    (542.9)

    (432.6)

    (714.4)

    (933.5)

    (795.3)

    (930.3)

    (892.2)

    (976.3)

    (897.0)

    (1050.9)

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    (1136.7)

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    (46.0)

    (46.1)

    (57.2)

    (79.4)

    (79.4)

    (95.25)

    (95.3)

    (108.0)

    (108.0)

    (120.7)

    (120.7)

    (158.75)

    (165.1)

    (196.9)

    (203.2)

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    (40.4)

    (40.5)

    (44.5)

    (66.7)

    (69.9)

    (84.2)

    (84.2)

    (95.3)

    (95.3)

    (104.8)

    (104.8)

    (138.1)

    (138.1)

    (168.3)

    (168.3)

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    (19.6)

    (23.6)

    (25.8)

    (38.4)

    (49.7)

    (54.5)

    (64.3)

    (64.3)

    (77.0)

    (64.3)

    (72.0)

    (83.1)

    (83.1)

    (115.6)

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    D2-5/16

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    (58.8)

    (72.2)

    (76.2)

    (106.7)

    (88.9)

    (101.6)

    (88.9)

    (114.3)

    (88.9)

    (119.1)

    (119.1)

    (125.4)

    (124.2)

    (149.2)

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    (342.9)

    (568.3)

    (721.5)

    (650.9)

    (660.4)

    (692.2)

    (736.6)

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    (715.9)

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    (48.5)

    (54.0)

    (63.5)

    (63.5)

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    (63.5)

    (69.9)

    (79.4)

    (79.4)

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    (25.4)

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    (50.8)

    (50.8)

    (61.9)

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    (64.0)

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    (816.0)

    (703.3)

    (798.5)

    (781.1)

    (838.2)

    (776.3)

    (838.2)

    (838.2)

    (968.4)

    (968.4)

    (1022.4)

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    (40.5)

    (41.3)

    (47.6)

    (92.1)

    (79.4)

    (68.3)

    (60.3)

    (88.9)

    (65.1)

    (88.9)

    (88.9)

    (104.8)

    (104.8)

    (88.9)

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    (9.5)

    (9.5)

    (19.1)

    (17.5)

    (23.8)

    (19.1)

    (25.4)

    (25.4)

    (25.40)

    (25.4)

    (25.4)

    (31.8)

    (31.8)

    (25.4)

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    45-3/4

    (696.9)

    (450.9)

    (787.4)

    (1006.5)

    (812.8)

    (1041.4)

    (923.1)

    (1065.2)

    (923.9)

    (1065.2)

    (1055.7)

    (1120.8)

    (1120.8)

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    (35.3)

    (39.7)

    (57.2)

    (63.5)

    (73.0)

    (78.6)

    (85.7)

    (88.9)

    (85.7)

    (95.3)

    (120.7)

    (120.7)

    (155.6)

    (155.6)

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    (19.1)

    (23.0)

    (25.4)

    (38.1)

    (49.2)

    (54.2)

    (64.0)

    (64.0)

    (76.8)

    (64.0)

    (71.5)

    (82.6)

    (82.6)

    (115.1)

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    (40.4)

    (40.4)

    (44.5)

    (66.7)

    (69.9)

    (84.2)

    (84.2)

    (95.3)

    (95.3)

    (104.8)

    (104.8)

    (138.1)

    (138.1)

    (168.3)

    (168.3)

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    33-3/4

    3-3/4

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    (20.6)

    (24.8)

    (28.6)

    (41.3)

    (54.0)

    (57.2)

    (65.1)

    (66.7)

    (78.6)

    (69.9)

    (76.2)

    (95.3)

    (95.3)

    (120.7)

    (120.7)

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    (46.0)

    (46.1)

    (57.2)

    (79.4)

    (79.4)

    (95.3)

    (95.3)

    (108.0)

    (108.0)

    (120.7)

    (120.7)

    (158.8)

    (165.1)

    (196.9)

    (203.2)

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    15

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    18-45/64

    18-3/4

    19-1/4

    19-19/64

    (339.7)

    (228.6)

    (319.9)

    (447.3)

    (317.5)

    (466.7)

    (381.0)

    (495.3)

    (384.2)

    (501.7)

    (501.7)

    (475.0)

    (476.2)

    (483.0)

    (490.1)

    E1-7/8

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    4-1/4

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    4-19/64

    4-1/4

    54-61/64

    (47.6)

    (63.5)

    (76.2)

    (86.1)

    (88.9)

    (95.3)

    (88.9)

    (108.0)

    (88.9)

    (101.6)

    (101.6)

    (109.2)

    (108.1)

    (127.0)

    (125.9)

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    44

    5-1/4

    5-1/4

    6-3/8

    6-3/8

    (34.9)

    (36.8)

    (41.3)

    (63.5)

    (65.1)

    (81.0)

    (79.4)

    (92.1)

    (92.1)

    (101.6)

    (101.6)

    (133.4)

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    (34.4)

    (35.8)

    (40.8)

    (63.0)

    (64.6)

    (80.5)

    (79.0)

    (91.8)

    (91.8)

    (101.1)

    (101.3)

    (133.1)

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    (161.4)

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    (50.8)

    (76.2)

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    (61.9)

    (73.0)

    (63.5)

    (101.6)

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    (49.7)

    (54.5)

    (64.2)

    (64.3)

    (77.1)

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    (66.7)

    (69.9)

    (84.2)

    (84.2)

    (95.3)

    (95.3)

    (104.8)

    (104.8)

    (138.1)

    (138.1)

    (168.3)

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    32-3/4

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    29-3/4

    31

    31-13/16

    35-13/16

    36-61/64

    37

    39

    39-3/64

    (503.2)

    (206.4)

    (685.8)

    (752.5)

    (760.1)

    (831.9)

    (825.5)

    (755.6)

    (787.4)

    (808.0)

    (909.6)

    (938.5)

    (939.8)

    (990.6)

    (991.7)

    C1-13/16

    1-13/16

    2-1/4

    3-1/8

    3-1/8

    3-3/4

    3-3/4

    4-1/4

    4-1/4

    4-3/4

    4-3/4

    6-1/4

    6-1/2

    7-3/4

    8

    (46.0)

    (46.1)

    (57.2)

    (79.4)

    (79.4)

    (95.3)

    (95.3)

    (108.0)

    (108.0)

    (120.7)

    (120.7)

    (158.8)

    (165.1)

    (196.9)

    (203.2)

    D3/8

    9/16

    1/2

    11-1/2

    1-1/2

    22

    2-7/16

    22-1/4

    2-1/4

    2-1/4

    3-1/2

    3-1/2

    (9.5)

    (14.3)

    (12.7)

    (25.4)

    (38.1)

    (38.1)

    (50.8)

    (50.8)

    (61.9)

    (50.8)

    (57.2)

    (57.15)

    (57.2)

    (88.9)

    (88.9)

    E13/16

    1-1/32

    1-1/8

    1-5/8

    22-5/16

    2-9/16

    2-5/8

    3-1/8

    2-19/32

    2-15/16

    3-7/16

    3-7/16

    4-11/16

    4-11/16

    (20.6)

    (26.2)

    (28.6)

    (41.3)

    (50.8)

    (58.7)

    (65.1)

    (66.7)

    (79.4)

    (65.9)

    (74.6)

    (87.3)

    (87.3)

    (119.1)

    (119.1)

    F1-15/16

    3-7/32

    33-25/64

    3-1/2

    3-3/4

    3-1/2

    4-1/4

    3-1/2

    4-11/16

    4-1/2

    4-19/64

    4-1/4

    54-61/64

    (49.2)

    (81.8)

    (76.2)

    (86.1)

    (88.9)

    (95.3)

    (88.9)

    (108.0)

    (88.9)

    (199.1)

    (114.3)

    (109.2)

    (108.1)

    (127.0)

    (125.9)

    G49/64

    15/16

    1-1/64

    1-33/64

    1-61/64

    2-9/64

    2-17/32

    2-17/32

    3-1/32

    2-17/32

    2-53/64

    3-17/64

    3-17/64

    4-35/64

    4-35/64

    (19.6)

    (23.6)

    (25.8)

    (39.4)

    (49.7)

    (54.5)

    (64.2)

    (64.3)

    (77.0)

    (64.3)

    (72.0)

    (83.1)

    (83.1)

    (115.6)

    (115.6)

    TMC Jar 14 Effective Date May 2002Operation Manual ECN 15667

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    TITLE PAGETOCSECTION I - GENERAL INFORMATION1, 2SECTION II - FIELD INSTRUCTIONS 3FIGURE 1TMC JAR 3BEFORE RUNNING IN THE HOLE 3CHANGE OUT RECOMMENDATION 4TABLE 1-CHANGE OUT RECOMMENDATION 4AFTER EACH USE 5RECOMMENDED STRING HOOK-UP 5FIGURE 2HYDRAULIC JAR AND ACCELERATOR HOOK-UP 6TABLE 2HYDRAULIC JAR AND ACCELERATOR WEIGHT TABLES 7TABLE 3SPECIFICATIONS AND STRENGTH DATA 8FISHING DIMENSIONS 914