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The addition of Xtremes coiled tubing technology to the Schlumberger portfolio will be a key enabler for further advances in drilling efficiency, especially in challenging land-based environments.
Therefore, it is safer and more appropriate that the coils are of the consistency that will enable them to join by themselves through slight pressure; such that will not make them lose their coiled shape.
Nashville Gas, Questar Gas, and Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) each installed coiled PA-11 pipe in pressures from 175-200 psig to test the assumption that it would be more economical than a conventional steel pipeline constructed of 40-foot sticks.
To search for coiled coils, Berger's team adopted a statistical approach that checks how often each of the 20 different types of amino acid arises in a particular protein.
All utilities that used coiled pipe during this project said they believe the cost/benefit ratio favors coiled plastic main.
The new work also clarifies the atomic nature of so-called leucine zippers stretches of amino acids that bind two proteins into two-molecule complexes called dimers, which regulate gene activity Confirmation that leucine zippers are actually coiled coils will help scientists understand how these proteins regulate the on-and-off switching of genes, comments Steven L.
Coiled nozzle heater features 1000% more surface contact, high temperature connection, inte-grated thermocouple and proportioned profile heating.