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  • Ensure high-integrity seal without the conventional failure modes with through-the-flapper self-equalizing system
  • 最大化密封功能,并通过金属对金属技术确保高抗拉力等级
  • Eliminate explosive decompression and thermal degradation with nonelastomeric dynamic seal assembly

  • 深到浅的设置深度
  • 陆上和离岸完成



在您的完整完成设计中获得可靠,安全的密封Thunder™ tubing-retrievable subsurface safety valvefrom Baker Hughes.

我们可靠的管道可靠的地下安全阀(TRSSVS)投资组合的最新成员。雷阀利用了两个广泛验证和可靠的阀门的经过验证的功能 -Titan™andT-Series™ valves. The result—a system that offers fail-safe operation at any setting depth, in almost any well.

Get an assured seal at the most extreme well conditions

The Thunder valve is designed for durability in extreme well environments. It can reliably withstand elevated temperatures as high as 300°F (149°C), accommodate working pressures from 5,000 to 10,000 psi (344.7 to 689.5 bar), and maintain fail-safe operation in depths from 1,000 to 9,300 ft (304.8 to 2834.6 m).

  • The standard model features metal-to-metal containment of wellbore fluids in the closed position and a slimline design—useful features in applications requiring a reduced valve diameter
  • The Thunder-T model offers a more economical solution for applications where a slightly larger valve diameter is sufficient

Both models use the same puncture communication system as the T-Series valve, which provides an uninterrupted fluid path to the piston. By eliminating the possibility of accidental activation or inadvertent communication, this field-proven communication system helps minimize your costs while enhancing reliability.


Thunder valves also incorporate a nonelastomeric dynamic seal assembly, which helps avoid explosive decompression and thermal degradation.

And a patented through-the-flapper, self-equalizing system provides high-integrity sealing—without the risks associated with conventional failure modes.


Each valve incorporates flapper design innovations that protect it from damage during your wireline operations. The Thunder valve recesses the sealing surface away from the flapper’s edge, which protects the flapper from damage when wireline cable drags across the edge.

The flapper design is also proven through high-flow-rate gas testing to avoid the flapper damage that can occur in high flow-rate wells during an uncontrolled slam closure.

Contact us to learn more about how our Thunder TRSSVs can ensure reliable, long-term operation in your well.

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