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Cold Cutting Services from CIS

As part of its comprehensive conductor installation service, CIS cold cuts the conductor once it has been driven into the seabed. In addition, internal and external bevels are cut to suit client specifications.

This leaves the client with a fully installed conductor that is ready for wellhead installation.

CIS uses lightweight, slimline, Zone I cold-cutting tools so that work can be carried out on platforms that have live producing wells without loss of production.

The air-driven cutting machines are suitable for use in hazardous environments. Their lightweight sectional design means the machines are simple to install around casing, and they also are easily adjustable for cutting at a range of part-off heights. In addition, the cold-cutting operations are classified as cold work, so no hot-work permit is required.

CIS provides precision machine-finish cutting of tubing, casing, conductors and piles ranging from 7” to 42” in outer diameter. Cold cutting services are offered both as standalone service or as part of an integrated conductor installation package.

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Conductor Installation Services (CIS) is the only company in the world that is 100% focused on the process of installing conductors, and it takes a resolute approach to the quality of processes, people and equipment it uses.

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