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    Coiled Tubing & Well Intervention

    Stewart & Stevenson, manufacturer of well intervention equipment since 1989, was an early leader in manufacturing coiled tubing units. Keeping pace with technology, CTUs today feature the highest pull-to-weight injector heads, steel tubing reels and control cabins, from which the operator can smoothly and efficiently direct all well site operations. Nitrogen units and high-pressure fluid pumping units complete the well intervention system, which can be tailored to specific customer needs and geographic locale.

    Applications include workover, cleanouts, jetting/lifting, acid spotting, fishing, frac through coil, drilling and logging. Products can be certified for areas requiring Zone 2, ATEX, NORSOK, and CE compliance.

    Trailer Mounted Coiled Tubing Units

    Stewart & Stevenson’s lightweight, high-strength coiled tubing units offer high mobility, fast set up, low maintenance and superior unit control.
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    Masted Coiled Tubing Units

    Stewart & Stevenson manufactures specialized masted coiled tubing units to perform conventional operations.
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    Offshore & Skid Mounted Units

    Stewart & Stevenson's offshore coiled tubing units consist of skidded and containerized equipment suitable for use on offshore platforms or on purpose-built well intervention vessels.
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    Fluid Pumping Units

    Stewart & Stevenson manufactures a line of fluid pumping equipment designed to perform high-pressure well service treatments.
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    Nitrogen Units

    Stewart & Stevenson’s Nitrogen and Industrial Gas Systems feature the widest range of nitrogen pumping equipment in the industry.
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    Coiled Tubing Reels

    Stewart & Stevenson manufactures coiled tubing reels in sizes to fit any application and to be compatible with other manufacturers' hydraulic systems.
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    Injector Heads

    The injector head, a critical component of the coiled tubing unit, moves tubing in and out of the well and maintains tension on the tubing reel.
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