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FlowGATE™ Tubing Retrievable Safety Valves

* Available for Cyrogenic and Steam Injection Applications upon request


  • Lowest Potential Leak Paths

  • Best-in-Class Reliability

  • Fewest Components

  • Slimline Options Available

  • Wide Variety of Polished Bores

  • Self-Equalizing Option

  • Premium Hydraulic Piston Isolation Configurations

10,000 psi



Grade V1

High Capacity FlowGATE™ Safety Valve

FlowGATE™ Safety Valve

FlowGATE™ Safety Valve

High Capacity FlowGATE™ Safety Valve

The Tejas FlowGATE™ tubing retrievable safety valves are rated for up to 10,000 psi [690 bar] working pressure and setting depths up to 2,000 ft [610 m].  They are available with premium piston hydraulic control line isolation and through-flapper, self-equalizing features.  FlowGATE™ valves are also available in ‘slimline’ and 'high-capacity' configurations for your most spatially constrained completion strategies.

The design approach for the FlowGATE™ safety valves was to remove as many hydraulic control system and flapper bypass leakage paths as possible to increase the operational reliability of the valves.  The resulting FlowGATE™ design has set the benchmark for the fewest hydraulic system and shut-in bypass leakage paths as well as total number of valve components in the industry.

In the unlikely event that the FlowGATE™ requires remediation, the Tejas Lock Open Tool (LOT) will permanently lock the flow tube in the ‘open’ position allowing for ‘full-bore’ thru-tubing operations.  Once the novel Tejas Communication Tool (COM) has been used to perforate the hydraulic piston bore, the FlowGATE™ safety valve is ready for the installation of the secondary, wireline retrievable safety valve.  The smaller internal FlowGARD™ safety valve can then be landed in the locked out and communicated tubing safety valve to meet regulatory safety valve compliance requirements and get the well producing again.

Contact Tejas Research & Engineering today for more information about this simple addition to your injection completion design.

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