Tri-D Weave

Tri-D Weave™ is a new pattern in woven metal fibres that has launched the next generation in premium filter media. The unique weave pattern forms irregular, angular, three dimensional pore spaces that are ideal for controlling non-uniform sands with widely varying particle sizes and shapes. This patented, game changing platform technology has all of the key characteristics for long lasting, high performance sand control screens:

  • High open flow area
  • Plugging resistance
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Strength

Absolute Completion Technologies has integrated this unique foundation technology into a variety of sand control and well completion products. These innovations minimize the risks associated with conventional screen failures that can result in costly well remediation.

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Tri-D Weave Technology

Here are all the applications that use Tri-D Weave technology

Tri-D FacsRite combines the unique engineering of standard FacsRite™ for strength but with even hi ...
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Tri-DRite combines the advantages of Tri-D Weave filtration media with innovative manufacturing to p ...
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Tri-DPro provides the latest innovation in next generation Premium screen technology using Tri-D Wea ...
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The disc retention design ensures a robust screen that resists load force deformation or damage enco ...
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Tri-D FacsFlux™ optimizes well production with a combination of sand control and flow control for ...
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Tri-D Flux™ integrates nozzle based downhole flow control with Tri-DPro™, sand control for an ad ...
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This robust and resilient system is engineered for high operating pressures and temperatures and des ...
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Tri-D FacsWax™ is a FacsRite™ screen made with Tri-D Weave™ filtration media that has been fac ...
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SuperSet™ is a full-bore, hydraulically-set and retrievable liner hanger packer based on Absolute ...
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ExTract™ is a premium liner hook-up and hydraulic setting tool designed to place any liner even in ...
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