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SealRight Open Hole Packer

The hydraulically set SealRight™ packer achieves zonal isolation using a hydro-compression force to set the element against the open hole.  The open hole packer provides a rapid, simple and cost-effective method of zonal isolation. This packer can be run in open or cased hole applications, and maintains full bore access in high angle and horizontal wells.

Run as an integral part of the liner string, multiple packers are spaced out as required to isolate between reservoir stages. The liner string is then plugged off and pressure is applied from the surface to the predetermined setting pressure.  This pressure enters the packer setting chamber, allowing the setting piston to displace the seal elements outwards against the wall of the open hole.  This creates an immediate pressure-tight seal. Full pack-off force is locked into the elements by the ratchet mechanism built into the body.