An adaptor spool is a pressure containing piece of equipment which has end connections of different nominal sizes and/or pressure ratings which is used to connect two pieces of differing equipment.
This offering covers everything from the smallest API-6A flanges and hubs (1.13/16” 10,000) up to the largest currently in use (18.3/4” 15,000).
Probe’s large stock of on-site raw materials means that they are one of very few companies that can produce 18.3/4” 15,000 flanged adaptor spools within a short lead time.
Probe predominantly manufactures in accordance with API 6A specification for wellhead and Xmas tree equipment but can work to other specifications and standards if required.
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Probe Oil Tools is a specialist provider of high-specification pressure-control equipment. The company operates from a purpose-built machine shop, equipped with the latest C.N.C. machine tools.
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