SUPER II FISHING JAR

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Super II Fishing Jar

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Super II Fishing Jar

Super II Fishing Jar

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General Description and Construction ........................ 3 Applications ................................................................. 3 Fishing, Milling, and Washover ............................... 4 Formation Testing .................................................... 4 Coring ...................................................................... 4 Operation ..................................................................... 4 Preparation .............................................................. 4 Rig Up ..................................................................... 4 Jarring ..................................................................... 5 Troubleshooting ...................................................... 5 Rig Down and Rig Floor Maintenance .................... 5 Dressing Area Maintenance ........................................ 6 Equipment ............................................................... 6 Disassembly ................................................................ 7 Disassembly Procedure .......................................... 7 Super II Fishing Jar Diagrams ............................. 9 – 11 Inspection .................................................................. 12 Inspection Procedure ............................................ 12 Assembly ................................................................... 13 Assembly Procedure ............................................. 13 Filling the Jar .............................................................. 15 Testing the Jar ............................................................ 17 Super II Fishing Jar Specifications ............................ 18 Strength and Test Data .............................................. 18 Recommended Tightening Torques .......................... 18 Replacement Parts ............................................ 19 – 21 Accessories and Recommended Spares .................. 22 Jar Service Kit ............................................................ 23

The designs and specifications for the tools described in this instruction manual were in effect at the time this manual was approved for printing. National Oilwell, whose policy is one of continuous improvement, reserves the right to discontinue models at any time, or to change designs and specifications without notice or without incurring obligation. Sixth Printing, April 2004

Mandrel Extension (13) Connector Body (20) Pressure Body (51) Piston Assembly (40) Washpipe (48) Floater (54) Washpipe Body (58) Figure 1 6-1/4" Super II Fishing Jar 3 . Mandrel (11) The lubricating and operating fluids constantly lubricate the internal working parts. if an intensifier should be used. the applied pull loads at the jar. from low to very high impact and impulse forces. only sufficient weight to overcome friction is required to close the jar. or other tools. large ports open in the Piston assembly. or after the fish is engaged. The jar’s internal chambers are sealed at both ends. to include. The operator can deliver a rapid series of blows when desired. promoting long wear life of the jar. deviated. Contact National Oilwell for a copy of the computer program. or directional holes. when used) to strike a blow of given impact. with the unique characteristics of each tool incorporated in the program. See program for additional information. WARNING: The Bowen Fishing Jar Placement Program is written specifically for Bowen Jars and Intensifiers. This is particularly true in shallow. During closing or resetting. It also features a one-piece mandrel design (integral top sub) for greater torque and bending strength than other jars. The program should be run and used as a guide to optimize the string configuration. This jar is simple to assemble and its unique design allows for easy. He only needs to lower and raise the fishing string the short distance necessary to make each stroke. Therefore. the lubricating and operating fluids cannot escape and well fluids cannot enter these chambers. A Bowen Intensifier should be installed in the string when maximum jarring impact and impulse are needed. and is able to transmit torque in either direction. The Super II Fishing Jar allows the operator to easily and simply control the intensity of jarring blows by simply varying the applied pull load. The Super II Fishing Jar does not interfere with the free operation of fishing tools.The program also provides information to avoid excessively high impact loads. Pull load and impact force information can be compared to the strength of the fishing string (to include all tools being used) and to the fish for possible limitations on pull loads and impact forces. allowing unimpeded fluid flow. The program provides information on impact forces and impulse values based on the fishing string components. This gives the operator ample time to take the necessary stretch in the running string (and Bowen Jar Intensifier. Fluid flows from one side of the Piston to the other through a metering port as pull is applied to the jar. No setting or adjustment is required before going in the hole. The jar can deliver a wide range of blows. flow is retarded in a manner that delays the stroke. dependable operation. and other downhole information. the fish. Forced through this restricted passage. Since the metering action does not occur during closing. The variable impact control of the Super II Fishing Jar is made possible by the metering action of the cone assembly. Time spent running the program and planning the fishing job is very beneficial. formation testers. This maximizes the likelihood of success in all jarring operations . Applications Important Information Spline Body (1) The Bowen Fishing Jar Placement Program is available to Bowen customers. Another advantage of the Super II Fishing Jar is the ease of closing or resetting.General Description and Construction The Bowen Super II Fishing Jar is a straight pull up jarring tool that employs a patented combination of proven principles of hydraulics and mechanics.

Check all threaded connections to ensure they are made-up per “Chart C Recommended Tightening Torques “ on page 18. The jar will not interfere with the testing equipment and does not cause the test to be lost when jarring becomes necessary. the jar may open and drop the length of its stroke which can cause bodily harm or damage. No mass above the intensifier improves the jarring results at the stuck point. any jar and intensifier should be isolated from stiffer sections by a more flexible joint of string. This will protect the tools and other string components from excessive bending loads which can result in premature fatigue failure. only a comparatively moderate pull is usually required to deliver an impact sufficient to break the core. heavy weight drill pipe. If it is not possible to run the Bowen Fishing Jar Placement Program. etc. three to fifteen drill collars are usually installed immediately above the jar. when needed for bending. should be placed immediately below a string of concentrated mass (drill collars. integral top sub construction. carefully examine the Bowen Super II Fishing Jar to ensure it has been properly assembled and is filled with Bowen Jar Lube. When closed. It is recommended that NOT LESS than two (2) joints of drill collars NOR LESS than four (4) joints of heavy weight drill pipe be run between the Super II Fishing Jar and the Intensifier or between the jar and the working string. The working string above the intensifier should NOT have a “weight per foot” change for at least 1. one or two moderate jarring blows is usually sufficient to loosen the packer.000 feet of string directly above the intensifier. The Super II Jar should be carefully opened and assembled in the string below the concentrated mass (drill collars. if this is absolutely necessary or desired. etc. From this position. heavy weight drill pipe. Rig Up WARNING: The Super II Jar is in the cocked (closed) position when it is shipped to the rig. See “Important Information” starting on page 3. Milling. In drill stem testing. The only exception is for a lighter joint to be screwed directly into the intensifier for flexibility. See “Important Information” starting on page 3. Also. the Bowen Fishing Jar Placement Program should be run. the jar should NOT be left suspended from the elevators. In deviated. The fishing tools should not be run at a highly deviated point in the hole or in the curvature of a directional hole if it can be avoided. See sections under “Applications” on pages 3 and 4. 4 . It is recommended that a Bowen Intensifier be run with the Super II Fishing Jar for maximum effectiveness. See Intensifier Instruction Manual for more information on Bowen Intensifiers. and Washover Coring For fishing operations the Bowen Super II Fishing Jar. This may give the impression at the surface of harder hitting but will most likely result in less impact at the stuck point and can damage the BHA components or the fish.). etc. as with any jar. Concentrated weight mass directly above the intensifier can cause the impact to occur in the intensifier. The tool should be tested in a Bowen Jar Tester or equivalent. This concentrated mass is used to provide the impact and impulse at the stuck point while jarring. When a jar is used. The hookwall packer sticks less often than the open-hole type but requires higher jarring forces to free it. If it is not possible to run the Bowen Fishing Jar Placement Program. three to fifteen drill collars are usually installed immediately above the jar. directional. Operation Preparation The Bowen Super II Fishing Jar is excellent for use in drill stem testing. The packing used in the Bowen Super II Fishing Jar is designed to withstand much higher pressure than would normally be encountered in drill stem testing. When an open-hole or hook-wall packer sticks enough to require jarring. the approximate “Drill Collar Weight Range“ shown in “Chart A -Specifications“ on page 18 may be used as a guide. Before use. or oversized holes. For additional information and recommendations.) which is immediately above the jar. It should also be located as close to the stuck point as possible for maximum effectiveness. if it is not possible to run the Bowen Fishing Jar Placement Program. to ensure proper performance. Formation Testing Breaking a core without a jar in the string can require considerable pull load on the drill pipe. The Super II Jar is particularly well suited for milling and washover operations due to the rugged. Place tongs at least four (4) inches from the jar’s straight threads. heavy weight drill pipe.).CAUTION: The Intensifier should be located above all the concentrated mass (drill collars. However. Fishing. especially with any appreciable weight suspended below it. care should be taken to avoid excessively high impact loads. see “Important Information” starting on page 3. especially in these cases. The Super II Fishing Jar should be run directly above a diamond core head assembly. depending on conditions of operation.

2. If blows are not as high as desired: 1. depending on such variables as depth of operation.. based on the earlier fishing job analysis and the “Field Load: Maximum Pull Load (lbs)” per “Chart B -Strength and Test Data” on page 18 for the jar size being used.Jarring WARNING: At no time during the pull cycle of the jar should the “Field Load: Maximum Pull Load (lbs)” be exceeded. If unable to hit subsequent blows: 1. the Mandrel seal surface (see Figure 8 on page 15) should be thoroughly cleaned and well greased prior to closing the jar for storage until its next use or shipping for service. See “Chart B . If enough additional weight can not be applied to the jar to fully close it during the jar’s closing cycle. Run the Bowen Fishing Jar Placement Program and vary the fishing string or fish configuration. Flush all mud and corrosive fluids. add an Intensifier. it is only necessary to close the jar before applying pull load to strike the next blow. If an intensifier is being used. from the bore. Rig Down and Floor Maintenance Operation difficulties are sometimes encountered by operators. 3. set the string down to ensure the jar is closed. If still unable to strike the initial blow. After jarring.) 2. This allows the operator to see and feel the effects of the jarring action. a. See A..Strength and Test Data” on page 18. raise the string. (See “Warning” at the beginning of this section. If the pumps are running. Then. or if fishing for drill pipe. Refer to “Chart B Strength and Test Data“ on page 18. Insure that the jar is fully closed before applying pull. To prevent corrosion. the minimum applied pull load should be per the “Minimum Pull Required (Above Weight of String and Collars )to Obtain Effective Blow (lbs)” per “Strength Data” chart in the Bowen Intensifier Manual. Hold this position until the jar strikes a blow. To strike the initial blow.Specification” on page 18. Lower the string further to apply more closing force before applying pull load. b. The Super II Fishing Jar will usually be brought out of the hole in the open position. Make sure the jar is fully closed. multiply the pump pressure at the jar by the Pump Opening Area shown in “Chart A . the pump pressure will be exerting an opening force on the jar. Troubleshooting B. but do not exceed the previously determined safe loads nor the “Field Load: Maximum Pull Load (lbs)” for the jar. 3. From this position. especially inside the Washpipe Body and around the Washpipe up to the Floater. try using drill pipe for weight between the jar and intensifier. i. The corrective procedure is the same as listed under A. the jar should NOT be left suspended from the elevators. The first blow may take a few seconds to several minutes. but do not exceed the previously determined safe load nor the “Field Load: Maximum Pull Load (lbs)” for the jar per “Chart B . Pull the running string up faster. WARNING: Once closed. and hole condition. C. if possible. The velocity and relative impact load of the jarring blow is controlled by the amount of stretch taken in the running string (pull load) and the weight of the drill collars installed above the jar. Set the brake and wait for the jar to strike. amount of stretch in the string (pull load). the jar may open and drop the length of its stroke which can cause bodily harm or damage.e. increase tension in the running string if possible. to obtain better results. including saltwater. above. downhole temperature.Strength and Test Data” on page 18. It is recommended that a low initial load (30 to 50% of “Maximum Pull Load”) be applied and the load increased on the following strokes if needed. applying the desired pull load at the jar. Close the jar and repeat. A. c. 2. use more or fewer drill collars or heavy weight drill pipe. Pull up to the desired stretch in the string and set the brake. Each blow may be struck at any desired pull load at the jar within the previously determined limits. See sections under “Applications” starting on pages 3 and 4. Allow all fluid to drain from these 5 . Apply the additional required closing force. use of intensifier. If unable to strike the initial blow: 1.. To determine the additional closing force required to overcome the pump opening force. above. Do not exceed the previously determined safe load limits. some of which are listed below along with corrective procedures. Jarring Procedure: 1. 3. Also flush the ports on the OD of the Spline Body and the cavity inside the ports. it may be necessary to temporally reduce the pump pressure to allow the jar to fully close. especially with any appreciable weight suspended below it.

equipment.). 8. the Bowen Super II Fishing Jar should be taken to an adequate dressing area as soon as possible for complete maintenance. See “Recommended Spares” on bottom of page 22. Packing Assembly Sleeve for specific jar size seen on Figure 6 on page 13. 3.areas. metal. which can be suspended from the crane to support threaded parts while spinning on/off. 2.000 lb. 7. Notes After prolonged or hard use. and parts should be obtained before starting Dressing Area Maintenance: 1. therefore. 4. Also. Dressing Area Maintenance 5. They are also used throughout the text in this manual. and “Accessories . and 11.Required and Recommended” on page 22 for part numbers. CAUTION: The Bowen Super II Fishing Jar is a hydraulic jar. suitable for spinning on/off threaded parts as shown in Figure 2 at right. or equivalent. Clean the tool joint box and pin connections and coat with Bowen Itcolube or other high quality anti-gall grease to prevent corrosion and facilitate tool make-up in next use. 4. Contamination left on parts can cause damage or malfunction. close tolerances and smooth finishes are mandatory. with subassembly parts (seals. • Each Item number corresponds to a Part Name and specific Part Number in the chart accompanying diagrams on pages 9. 10. or equivalent.Required and Recommended” on page 22 for part numbers. • Item numbers in parentheses indicate the location of parts as shown in the diagrams on page 9. Item numbers are assigned to each part name for use in this manual only. Spare Parts for specific jar size. See “Accessories . 3. sand. 9. 11. Bowen Super II Fishing Jar Service Kit. Bowen V-Belt Pulley Assembly No. Pipe Wrenches. Bowen Jar Tester. 2. and 11 and in the “Replacements Parts” list on pages 19 through 22. the jar must be kept free of all contamination (dirt. Disassembly Inspection Assembly Filling with Bowen Jar Lube Testing Throughout the Dressing Area Maintenance Procedures.) listed below each major component. suitable for outside diameters (ODs) of interior jar parts. minimum capacity. After moderate use on a short job. suitable for jar size. the following notes should be helpful: • “Replacement Parts” listed beginning on pages 19 through 22 list all major components in the order in which they are assembled. suitable for jar size. 10. Chain wrenches. Figure 2 V-Belt Pulley Assembly and Chain Wrench 6 . Overhead Crane. 6. Equipment The following tools. See Figure 2 below. 5. See Figure 7 on page 14. Floater Positioning Tool for specific jar size. Bowen Vise and Tongs. as shown on page 23. and “Accessories . The Super II Fishing Jar should be stored with the Mandrel end up or horizontally on a suitable rack.Required and Recommended” on page 22 for part numbers. including: 1. or equivalent. which in most cases can be done on the rig floor. with 2. 92070. etc. etc. Nylon Strap of suitable strength and condition for safely lifting and handling parts with overhead crane. 10. listed above. the Super II Fishing Jar is usually kept at the rig site where it requires only minor maintenance.

• Part Numbers are specific to jar OD size. Follow the procedure under “Preparation” below to release trapped internal well pressure. remove the Cone Retainer (43) before disassembling the Washpipe (48). Then pull the jar open until it just releases. Remove the Seal Body (44). 3. These parts simply slide off the lower end of the Mandrel Extension (13). Packing Pressure Ring Set (29). Clamp the jar in the vise on the center of the Connector Body (20). which are equipped with a single Connector Body Packing Set (29).. 4. Do Not stroke the jar fully open. the Mandrel (11) is on the top end. and the Washpipe Body (58) is on the bottom end. tongs. the Cone (42) is in the relief area of the Pressure Body (51). Position a pan under the Pressure Body (51) to catch Jar Lube. read the “Dressing Area Maintenance” starting on page 6. 3. and the Packing Female Adapter (28) from the Mandrel Extension. Example: Item No. Place the Super II Fishing Jar in the jar tester and close the jar if not already closed.” Be careful not to damage the long seal surface. remove this packing set. Cone (42) and Bypass Body (41). Do not reuse this Jar Lube.” • When disassembling the Bowen Super II Fishing Jar. i. Part Name (1) Spline Body Part No. or if necessary. Disassembly 3. This will help in reassemble of the jar. 2. Break the Washpipe (48) to Mandrel Extension (13) connection (right-hand threads) by using a pipe wrench on the undercut wrench area of the upper (large) end of the Washpipe. Using a chain wrench and V-Belt Pulley Assembly. centered between the Fill Plug (52) and the Connector Body (20) end of the Pressure Body. Then let the Jar Lube drain into the pan. 2. the Packing Male Adapter (30). (3-1/8") 153284 Part No. simply pull it off. Release trapped internal well pressure by breaking the connection (righthand threads) between the Pressure Body and Connector Body. Remove Pressure Body (51) and Floater (54): 1. 7 . On 3-1/8" OD Jar only. wrenches. To remove the Cone Retainer. On 3-1/8" OD Jars only. Remove Washpipe Body (58): 1. Disassembly Procedure Preparation: 1. Before proceeding with disassembly. Be careful not to damage the Pressure Body bore or Floater. • “Top” and “bottom” refer to the ends of the jar as it is run in a fishing string. Use a chain wrench and the V-Belt Pulley Assembly to unscrew and remove the Washpipe. (4-3/4") 152799 2. and Wipers. • To prevent damage during servicing. Place the tongs on the Pressure Body (51). Reposition the jar in the vise and clamp onto the Pressure Body (51) with the vise centered between the Fill Plug (52) and the lower end of the Pressure Body. Reach inside and pull it out. This prevents damage to the Piston Assembly (40) and Pressure Body (51) bore during disassembly. do not use vise. Use chain wrench and V-Belt Pulley Assembly (See Figure 2 on page 6) to carefully unscrew the Pressure Body (51) and allow any residual well pressure to escape. note the direction and location of all Packing. use a long board to push it out of the bottom from the upper end. Use a chain wrench and V-Belt Pulley Assembly to unscrew and remove the Washpipe Body. If the Floater is on the Washpipe (48). 1. NOTE: All other Super II Fishing Jar sizes have two Connector Body Packing Sets (32 and 34). Use tongs to break the connection (right hand threads) between the Washpipe Body (58) and the Pressure Body (51). When the jar is in this position. Handle these critical parts with care! Wrap them in cloth for protection. or chains on any seal surfaces or on any other smooth surfaces of the internal parts that are not stenciled “Wrench Area. use a suitable tool to spread its longitudinal split just enough to slide it off. Remove the Floater (54). which usually remains inside the Pressure Body. WARNING: Do not remove Fill Plugs (37 and 52) or Washpipe Body (58) first. These are removed with the Connector Body. Do not open the split too wide or the Cone Retainer will be damaged. remove Packing Male Adapter (30). 2.e. unscrew and remove the Pressure Body.” Make sure wrench only contacts the area marked “Wrench Here. stenciled “Wrench Here. Remove Washpipe (48) and Piston Assembly (40): CAUTION: On 4-3/4" OD x 2-1/4" ID Jar. 5. and Packing Female Adapter (28) from bore of Pressure Body if they remained in the Pressure Body. Internal residual well pressure may exist within the jar and can cause serious damage or injury. Backup Rings. O-Rings.

1. Reposition the jar in the vise and clamp onto the center of the Spline Body (1). The OD of the Mandrel (11) consists of threads. Then. and only one wrench area.) CAUTION: The Mandrel Body has left-hand threads. Use the tongs to break the connection (left-hand threads) between the Mandrel Body (7) and the Spline Body (1). thoroughly clean and inspect all parts according to “Inspection” beginning on page 12. Remove Spline Body (1) and Sub-Assemblies: 1. remove the Fill Plug (37) from the Connector Body (20). Remove all sealing components from all parts using Tools 625 or 626 in “Service Kit” shown on page 23. Make sure the wrench only contacts the Mandrel Extension in the undercut area stenciled “Wrench Here. and on the 4-3/4" OD Jar. supporting the Mandrel with the crane and nylon strap. Use the tongs to break the connection (right-hand threads) between the Connector Body (20) and the Spline Body (1). While supporting the Mandrel Extension (13) with a nylon strap and the overhead crane. 3. Remove Mandrel Body (7): (Only the 4-3/4" OD Jar has a Mandrel Body.Remove Connector Body (20): 1. NOTE: Immediately after disassembly. and seal surface. Use a chain wrench and V-Belt Pulley Assembly to unscrew and remove the Connector Body. 2.” Use a chain wrench and V-Belt Pulley Assembly to unscrew the Mandrel Extension. seal surfaces. 2. slide the Mandrel out of the Spline Body toward the upper end of the jar. slide the Mandrel Extension toward the lower end of the jar and remove it. spline. 8 . Use a chain wrench and V-Belt Pulley Assembly to unscrew and remove the Mandrel Body. Remove the Fill Plug(s) (52) from the Pressure Body (51). Remove Mandrel (11) and MandrelExtension (13): CAUTION: Handle with care! The OD of the Mandrel Extension (13) consists of threads. Remove the Spline Body from the vise. 2. 1. CAUTION: Be careful not to damage the seal grooves or other surfaces. Use the tongs to break the connection (right-hand threads) between the Mandrel (11) and Mandrel Extension (13).

153284 153286 568334 153285 153287 568221 153288 153290 153289 568330 153291 568142 568145 568141 568144 153293 153292 568327 148313 153294 148312 72903 72905 156486 72906 148328 148329 568223 72908 568221 568130 72900 617T 568005 151580 72910 568224 568227 72913 568139 568144 Note: Items numbers not shown are not in this assembly.3-1/8" OD x 1" ID Super II Fishing Jar Diagram Item No. 1 4 5 6 11 12 13 15 16 17 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 40 41 42 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 Part Name Spline Body Wiper ID O-Ring Backup Ring (2 req’d) Mandrel (Integral type) OD O-Ring (small) Mandrel Extension Wiper Backup Ring for OD Seal (box end) (2 req’d) OD Seal (box end) Connector Body OD O-Ring (small) for Spline Body End OD O-Ring (large) for Spline Body End OD O-Ring (small) for Pressure Body End OD O-Ring (large) for Pressure Body End Wiper Backup Ring (2 req’d) ID Seal Packing Female Adapter Packing Pressure Ring Set Packing Male Adapter Piston Assembly Bypass Body Cone Seal Body Non Extrusion Ring for O-Ring Seal Protector Ring for O-Ring O-Ring Washpipe O-Ring (small) O-Ring (large) Pressure Body Fill Plug (2 req’d) O-Ring (2 req’d) Floater (steel) ID Seal (2 req’d) ID O-Ring (2 req’d) OD O-Ring (3 req’d) Washpipe Body O-Ring (small) O-Ring (large) 3-1/8" Part No. Figure 3 3-1/8" OD x 1" ID Super II Fishing Jar 9 .

4-3/4" OD x 2-1/4" ID Super II Fishing Jar Diagram Item No. 152799 568241 565243 153355 153356 153357 568343 153354 568231 152797 152795 152815 152794 152442 152443 568239 568242 568242 70536 152796 152813 152926 152793 102387 102400 152801 102025 8-010 568010 152817 152317 153203 152316 370-11 376-11 568233 152314 568231 568233 153183 617T 568005 102301 152816 568336 568341 152315 568239 568242 Note: Items numbers not shown are not in this assembly. 1 2 3 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 31 32 33 34 35 37 38 39 40 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 Part Name Spline Body OD O-ring (small) OD O-Ring (large) Mandrel Body Wiper for Mandrel Body Backup Ring (2 req’d) ID O-Ring Mandrel (Integral Type) OD O-Ring (small) Mandrel Extension Backup Ring for OD Seal (box end) (2 req’d) OD Seal (box end) Seal Retainer for OD Seal (box end) Seal Retainer Ring for OD Seal (box end) Connector Body OD O-Ring (small) for Spline Body End OD O-Ring (large) for Spline Body End OD O-Ring (large) for Pressure Body End Wiper Backup Ring (2 req’d) ID Seal ID Packing Female Adapter ID Packing Set OD Packing Female Adapter OD Packing Set OD Packing Retainer Fill Plug (1 req’d) Backup Ring O-Ring Piston Assembly Cone Cone Retainer* Seal Body Non Extrusion Ring Seal Protector Ring O-Ring Washpipe O-Ring (small) O-Ring (large) Pressure Body Fill Plug (1 req’d) O-Ring Floater (steel) ID Seal (2 req’d) ID O-Ring OD O-Ring (3 req’d) Washpipe Body O-Ring (small) O Ring (large) 4-3/4" Part No. Figure 4 4-3/4" OD x 2-1/4" ID Super II Fishing Jar 10 . * Installed after Washpipe Body.

152565 152569 568430 152570 152566 568238 152567 568230 152571 152572 568426 152568 568249 568252 568251 79700 79695 568339 148633 148634 79703 79697 81617 79704 79709 79705 148494 148493 568338 79712 568235 79713 329T 568006 151582 151675 568339 568350 79707 568243 568251 7-3/4" Part No. Figure 5 6-1/4" OD x 2-1/4" ID Super II Fishing Jar 11 . 152409 152413 568439 154414 152410 568246 152411 568240 152415 152416 568435 152412 568258 568260 568260 72988 72989 568246 148643 148644 72992 78427 69274 69277 69275 69276 102253 148499 568349 73058 568246 72994 329T 568006 102303 151691 568426 568434 73063 568257 568260 Note: Items numbers not shown are not in this assembly.6-1/4" OD x 2-1/4" ID and 7-3/4" OD x 3-1/16" ID Super II Fishing Jar Diagram Item No. 1 4 5 6 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 32 34 35 36 40 41 42 44 45 46 47 48 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 Part Name Spline Body Wiper ID O-Ring Backup Ring (2 req’d) Mandrel (Integral Type) OD O-Ring Mandrel Extension OD O-Ring (small) (pin end) Wiper Backup Ring for OD Seal (box end) (2 req’d) OD Seal (box end) Connector Body OD O-Ring (small) for Spline Body End OD O-Ring (large) for Spline Body End OD O-Ring (large) for Pressure Body End Wiper Backup Ring (2 req’d) D Seal ID Packing Set OD Packing Set OD Packing Retainer OD Packing Retainer Ring Piston Assembly Bypass Body Cone Seal Body Non Extrusion Ring Seal Protector Ring O-Ring Washpipe O-Ring (large) Pressure Body Fill Plug (2 req’d) O-Ring (2 req’d) Floater (steel) ID Seal (2 req’d) ID O-Ring OD O-Ring (3 req’d) Washpipe Body O-Ring (small) O-Ring (large) 6-1/4" Part No.

Types of damage include: pits. Also. grooves. Piston Assembly (40): Inspect Piston Assembly components. sliding surfaces. followed by polishing with fine emery cloth. It must be square. removing any minor damage. inspect these parts to detect potential problems with the other jar parts due to wear or damage. removing any minor damage with a triangular profile grinder or hand file before polishing with emery cloth. the Spline Body is to be replaced. and Wipers: These parts are to be replaced during dressing area maintenance. In such cases. scratches. All Parts: Carefully steam clean all parts or clean with solvent. Major damage cannot be restored by hand grinding and polishing. abrasions. and 58). nicks. However. 51. and Fill Plugs: Inspect and repair all minor damage or replace with new parts. Non Extrusion Rings. the part is to be replaced. smooth surfaces. the bores must be reworked before being put back in to service. inspect the inside corner at the intersections of spline with the bores at both ends of the Spline in the Spline Body. Bowen may be able to rework and salvage the part(s). burrs. If necking has occurred. sides. and galled or worn areas.Inspection During inspection of Super II Fishing Jar parts. Remove minor damage with extreme care as critical surfaces of these parts are ground and polished. and not have an excessively large bevel at the OD corner. Mandrel (11) and Spline Body (1): Inspect the spline on both the Mandrel and Spline Body. 20. Packing. Magnetic particle inspection is strongly recommended for locating fatigue cracks. Seals. Magnetic Particle Inspection for fatigue cracking on: 12 . All Parts: Thoroughly oil all metal parts with Bowen Jar Lube (69) to protect from corrosion. Inspection Procedure • pin sections at inside corner of the 15° shoulder • corners at the bottom of all grooves • corners at bottom of thread relief • threads nearest the thread relief • all locations where there is a cross sectional area change (where a face or beveled surface intersects a cylinder) • mud port holes in the Spline Body and Fill Plug holes Pressure Body (51): Examine the bore of the Pressure Body where the Cone and Floater seal. If cracks are found. threads. Backup Rings. Also examine butting faces (15° shoulders) on all jar bodies (Item No’s. The mating knocker surface is the shoulder inside the Spline Body (1) at the lower end of the spline on the Connector Body side. Packing Adapters. inspect the 90° shoulder on the Mandrel Extension which retains the Bypass Body and Cone. Specifically. Examine knocker surfaces and spline in this area for damage. and Seal Retainer Rings. Ensure that mating surfaces of the Cone and Seal Body remain flat and smooth. lint-free cloth. including Cone (42). seal surfaces. If damage cannot be smoothed out. Floater. Mandrel Extension (13) and Washpipe (48). and wipe them dry with a clean. Examine straight box and pin threads. Parts with cracks MUST NOT be used. Mandrel Extension (13): Use a micrometer or straight edge to inspect the cone area of the Mandrel Extension for necking caused by excessively high pull loads. examine all seal surfaces. cracks. Remove upset material and sharp corners. as well as mating faces of Mandrel (11). spline. Seal Body (44) and Bypass Body (41) or Cone Retainer (43). look for damage to smooth surfaces. Seal Retainers. smooth. Knocker Surfaces: The knocker surface on the Mandrel Extension (13) is the uppermost face of the box end. these parts are unusable. and bores. CAUTION: Uncorrected major or minor damage may render parts non-repairable and could interfere with proper jar operation or cause additional damage. Packing Retainer Rings. If they do not. Remove minor damage using very fine emery cloth. O-Rings. Minor damage refers to damage which will not cause further damage to parts or to seals after it has been removed using a small hand grinder or file. and that the Cone OD interferes slightly with the bore of the Pressure Body. Also inspect seal bore and threads in Fill Plug hole(s). Also using magnetic particle inspection methods for crack detection. and bottoms of all grooves. Seal Protector Rings. and the corners. 7. Packing Retainers. All parts with major damage or fatigue cracking must be replaced.

Assembly Before proceeding with assembly. On the end with Bowen straight threads.Recommended Tightening Torques” on page 18 for proper makeup torque. and the end face with Bowen Itcolube. Mandrel Extension (13) (lower end) Bypass Body Shoulder Packing Assembly Sleeve (61) Figure 6 Packing Assembly Sleeve Installation 13 . 2. Coat Packing Assembly Sleeve and entire length of Mandrel Extension with Bowen Jar Lube (69). also coat the threads. Refer to “Chart C . Install Mandrel (11): 1. 2. and Seal Protector Rings: 1.) 2. Preparation: Before assembly. Coat the spline generously with Bowen Itcolube (68). Non Extrusion Rings. Lightly coat the OD of the box thread with Bowen Itcolube (68). the OD surfaces on both ends of the threads. Do not use Itcolube (68) or grease. Refer to Figures 3. Reposition the jar with the Connector Body centered in the vise and clamp securely. Coat the threads. Slide Packing Assembly Sleeve over the lower end of Mandrel Extension (13) until it is against the Bypass Body Shoulder. 2. including surfaces on both ends of the threads. 2. Center and secure the Spline Body in the vise. Using crane to lift the Connector Body. Tighten with vise and tongs. and the 15° shoulder of Spline Body pin thread using Bowen Itcolube (68). make sure all parts are clean and in good condition per “Inspection” on page 12. 2. Install Connector Body Packing: (3-1/8" OD Jar only) Refer to Figure 3 on page 19 for proper orientation and location. Packing sets (with Adapters. Tighten connection with vise and tong according to “Chart C . Install the Female Adapter (28).” 3. 10.Recommended Tightening Torques” on page 18. Coat the mating surfaces of all metal parts with Bowen Jar Lube (69) before assembly. 2. Prepare Packing Assembly Sleeve (61): (Not required on 4-3/4" OD Jar) 1. Pressure Ring Set (29). In the 4-3/4" OD Jar. Use chain wrench and V-Belt Pulley Assembly to screw Connector Body to Spline Body. Assembly Procedure 3.Recommeded Tightening Torque” on page 18. (See Figure 6 below. lift Mandrel and insert the lower end through the Spline Body. in that order. or 5 on pages 9. including OD surfaces on both ends of the threads. Install O-Rings. which may be separate). Tighten connection with vise and tongs according to “Chart C . 1. 3. It will be installed later in the procedure. and 11. 5. Placing wrench on area stenciled “Wrench Here. slide it over the Mandrel Extension. and the 15° shoulder. Install Connector Body (20) to Spline Body (1): 1. Remove the Packing Assembly Sleeve (see Figure 6 below) from Mandrel Extension (13). Use a chain wrench and V-Belt Pulley Assembly as shown in Figure 2 on page 6 to screw the Mandrel Body to the Spline Body. 2. Prepare Spline Body (1): 1. Wipers. Coat only the upper threads of the Connector Body with Itcolube (68). NOTE: The 3-1/8" OD Jar has a single Connector Body Packing Set. except where Bowen Itcolube (68) is specified. 4. read “Dressing Area Maintenance” starting on page 6. NOTE: This joint has LEFT-HAND threads. over the Mandrel Extension. Coat all parts with Bowen Jar Lube (69). Install Mandrel Body (7) to Spline Body (1): (4-3/4" OD Size only) 1. Reposition Jar in Vise: 1. Slide up against the Connector Body (20). and Male Adapter (30). Install parts in their location and orientation. Backup Rings. Coat the Mandrel splines with Bowen Itcolube (68). Seals. Use the crane to lift the Mandrel Extension into place and screw onto Mandrel using chain wrench and V-Belt Pulley Assembly as shown in Figure 2 on page 6. Using crane and nylon strap. Install Mandrel Extension (13) to Mandrel (11): 1. 4. It is recommended that the Super II Fishing Jar be redressed with a new Complete Packing Set (65 or 67). slide the Mandrel through the Mandrel Body and Spline Body.

To install the Cone Retainer. and 7-3/4" OD Jars OR Connector Body Packing (29) on 3-1/8" OD Jar using Bowen Jar Lube. 10. 3. and O-Ring (47) installed earlier. Place tongs between Fill Plug hole(s) (52) and upper end of Pressure Body and tighten connection (right hand threads) according to “Chart C Recommended Tightening Torques” on page 18. pull the jar to the fully open position (fully extended).Install Piston Assembly (40) on Mandrel Extension (13): (All Except 4-3/4" OD Jar) 1. CAUTION: Washpipe to Mandrel Extension connection is not torqued as high as other connections. CAUTION: DO NOT open the split too wide or the Cone Retainer will be damaged. Coat threads. and Seal Body (44) with the Non Extrusion Ring (45). or 5 on pages 9. taking care not to lube above thread relief.Recommended Tightening Torques” on page 18. Cone Retainer (43). Coat bore of Pressure Body using Bowen Jar Lube (69). Cone (42). Take care not to get Itcolube on the Packing or on the fluid chamber end of the Packing. Remove excess Itcolube from threads. Seal Protector Ring (46). Seal Protector Ring (46). use a suitable tool to spread the longitudinal split just enough to slide it over the end of the Washpipe (48). and 15° shoulder with Bowen Itcolube (68). Floater (54) Pressure Body (51) Washpipe (48) Floater Positioning Tool (62) Figure 7 Floater Positioning Tool 14 . and Seal Body with Non Extrusion Ring (45). and lower end of the Cone (42). 2. Seal Body. 2. The Cone Retainer must fit tightly around the parts to function properly. Be sure the three rings on the ID of the Cone Retainer fully engage the three grooves on the OD of the Washpipe. stenciled “Wrench Here” and the V-Belt Pulley Assembly. 4. Refer to “Chart C . Coat long seal surface of Washpipe (48) using Bowen Jar Lube (69). and Cone. 6-1/4". Tighten connection using pipe wrench on wrench area. On lower end of Connector Body coat threads. Before installing the Floater. Again. Thoroughly clean the Piston Assembly and install the Cone and Seal Body per Figure 4 on page 10. if not already in this position. 4. with Bowen Jar Lube (69). and O-Ring (47) installed earlier. Thoroughly clean the Piston Assembly and install it onto the Mandrel Exten sion per Figures 3. Using chain wrench on undercut wrench area of upper (large) end of Washpipe. and only the OD surface and face at the very end of Mandrel Extension using Bowen Itcolube (68). Lube Washpipe (48) and Connector Body (20): 1. wipe off any excess Itcolube and wash with solvent to prevent contamination of fluid reservoir with Itcolube. if not. 3. 2. seals installed earlier. 3. The Cone should be free to slide a short distance but must be held relatively close to the Seal Body. Using crane. Install Piston Assembly (40) on Mandrel Extension (13): (On 4-3/4" OD Jar) 1. Install Washpipe (48) to Mandrel Extension (13): 1. 2. Remove any burrs and filings left on wrench area. Use chain wrench and V-Belt Pulley Assembly to screw Pressure Body onto Connector Body. 2. or 11. 3. it should be replaced. Coat ID and OD of Floater.) 1. including OD surfaces on both sides of threads. The Cone Retainer (43) will be installed later. 2. Seal Body (44). Install Cone Retainer (43): (4-3/4" OD Jar only) 1. 4. The Piston Assembly consists of the Bypass Body (41). The Piston Assembly consists of the Cone (42). lift Pressure Body and slide it over Washpipe (48). screw Washpipe onto Mandrel Extension. taking care not to damage Connector Body Packing Set (29 or 34). Coat Connector Body Packing (34) on 4-3/4". Install Pressure Body (51) to Connector Body (20): 1. Install Floater (54): (See Figure 7 below.

but leave this Coupler and Adapter in the Pressure Body. Reposition jar in vise. Coat Washpipe Body straight threads. See Figure 8 below. Position the jar with the Connector Body Fill Plug (37) hole at the top of the jar’s OD. Slide Floater over Washpipe (48). By leaving the vise loosened slightly. Check Fill Plug hole for fluid. 4. Install Washpipe Body (58) to Pressure Body (51): 1.3. Tilt the jar at least 10° from horizontal with the Washpipe Body (58) end lower than the Mandrel (11) end. Tighten connection with vise and tongs according to “Chart C . 4. This Fill Plug hole may be located anywhere around the OD. Floater must be positioned with sufficient space to move both up and down. Attach the Volume Pump Oil Exhaust Hose to the Connector Body Fill Plug (37) hole using the assembled adapter and male coupler. The Male Coupler has a check valve that will prevent Jar Lube from leaking out when the hose is disconnected. 3. 2. This will allow maximum air removal during filling. 5. 2. and 15° shoulder using Bowen Itcolube (68). very slowly pump in additional Jar Lube until the last of the air is removed. 5. Install Tool Joint Pin Thread Protection Install jar tester sub on tool joint pin connection for protection while handling and filling the jar. Use chain wrench and V-Belt Pulley Assembly to screw Washpipe Body onto Pressure Body. This will prevent Jar Lube from draining from the jar back into Volume Pump. Push Floater with Floater Positioning Tool (62) until tool contacts end of Pressure Body. NOTE: This can be done by using the crane to position the jar in the floor vise. NOTE: If proper size Positioning Tool is unavailable. refer to Floater Position in “Chart A . and 10 on pages 15 and 16. requiring removal of Washpipe Body to check and correct Floater position. NOTE: Do not close the Super II Jar until it is filled with Bowen Jar Lube (69). Filling the 4-3/4" OD Super II Fishing Jar (See page 23 for other sizes of jars. with Mandrel (11) seal surface exposed until jar is filled. If the Mandrel moves. but is near the center of the length of the Pressure Body (51). To function properly. Use crane to lift Washpipe Body and slide it over Washpipe (48). see Figures 8. including OD surfaces at both ends of threads. Remove Oil Supply Hose. Fill Plug (52) Hole Mandrel (11) Seal Surface Connector Body (20) Oil Exhaust Hose (return) Fill Plug (52) Pressure Body (51) Oil Supply Hose Washpipe Body (58) Spline Body (1) Anchored Vise Figure 8 Position of 4-3/4" OD Super II Fishing Jar During Filling Operation 15 .Recommended Tightening Torques” on page 18. with vise centered between Pressure Body Fill Plug hole(s) and lower end of Pressure Body. Required hardware is included in Service Kit (63). The Volume Pump shown on page 23 is to be filled with clean Bowen Jar Lube (69).Specifications” on page 18. See Figure 8 below. Remove Oil Exhaust Hose and Coupler with Adapter from Connector Body (20). 3. 4. Attach the Volume Pump Oil Supply Hose to the Pressure Body Fill Plug (52) hole using the Assembled Adapter and Male Coupler. shown on page 22. Filling the Super II Fishing Jar NOTE: After assembly. Operate Volume Pump at moderate speed until a bubble-free flow of Bowen Jar Lube comes through the clear Oil Exhaust Hose. fully extended. 9. the jar can be lowered to the required angle for filling. see Figure 8 below.) 1. Center the vise on the Spline Body (1). if not full. all Super II Fishing Jar must remain open. the Floater may shift from its proper position.

3. 6.6. but. Install Fill Plug (52). See Figure 9 at right. The 4-3/4" OD Super II Fishing Jar is now ready for testing. the jar can be lowered to the required angle for filling. Attach the Volume Pump Oil Exhaust Hose to the top Fill Plug hole using the assembled adapter and Male Coupler. Slowly raise the jar to the horizontal position. Attach the Volume Pump Oil Supply Hose to the Pressure Body Fill Plug (52) hole on the underside of the jar using the assembled Adapter and Male Coupler. See Figure 9 at right. Position the jar with one of the Pressure Body Fill Plug (52) holes at the top of the jar’s OD. Operate hand pump at moderate speed until a bubble-free flow of Bowen Jar Lube comes through the clean Oil Exhaust Hose. With the jar horizontal. and 7-3/4" OD Super II Fishing Jars: (4-3/4" OD Jar is at the beginning of section “Filling the Super II Fishing Jar” on page 15. if not full. 9. leave this Coupler and Adapter in the Pressure Body. NOTE: This can be done by using the crane to position the jar in the floor vise with the vise between the Pressure Body Fill Plugs (52) holes and the Connector Body (20). See Figure 9 at right. Required hardware is included in Service Kit (63). with Fill Plug ORing (38) in place. Oil Exhaust Hose (return) Washpipe Body (58) Pressure Body (51) Connector Body (20) Pressure Body Fill Plug (52) Holes Mandrel (11) Seal Surface Oil Supply Hose Anchored Vise Figure 9 Initial Position of Super II Fishing Jar During Filling Operation Washpipe Body (58) Oil Exhaust Hose (return) Pressure Body (51) Connector Body (20) Mandrel (11) Seal Surface Pressure Body Fill Plug (52) Holes Oil Supply Hose Anchored Vise Figure 10 Final Position of Super II Fishing Jar During Filling Operation 4. remove the Oil Supply Hose from the bottom Fill Plug hole. Remove the Oil Exhaust Hose and Coupler with Adapter from the top Fill Plug hole. into Connector Body (20) and tighten securely. with Fill Plug O-Ring (53) in place. Raise lowered end of jar until it is horizontal. Remove Coupler with Adapter. into Pressure Body (51) and tighten securely. shown on page 23. Check the Fill Plug hole for fluid. Rotate jar until Pressure Body Fill Plug (52) hole is at the top of jar’s OD. This will prevent Jar Lube from draining from the jar back into the Volume Pump. See Figure 10 above. 5. Continue to fill the jar allowing air to escape as the jar is gradually raised to horizontal.) 1. 7. Tilt the jar at least 10° from horizontal with the Mandrel (11) end lower than the Washpipe Body (58) end. very slowly pump in additional Jar Lube until the air is removed. Install Fill Plug (37). 8. The Male Coupler has a check valve that will prevent Jar Lube from leaking out when the hose is disconnected. 16 . By leaving the vise loosened slightly. 6-1/4". 2. This will allow maximum air removal during filling. Both Fill Plug holes are located near the center of Pressure Body (51) at 180° from one another. it may be necessary to raise and lower the jar slightly above and below horizontal while pumping slowly to remove the last of the air. When the jar is horizontal and no more air is bubbling in the clear Exhaust Hose. Filling the 3-1/8".

Remove jar tester subs. the Mandrel should pull easily and the pull load should be considerably lower. 10. The problem must be determined and corrected. The problem must be determined and corrected. After the Super II Fishing Jar has been completely assembled and filled with Bowen Jar Lube (69). 7. 8. Repeat this test six to eight times to insure proper operation. It may take a few minutes to pull through its stroke. NOTE: If the jar does not pull at least up to “Jar Tester: Standard Test Pull Load” there is a malfunction. the jar is malfunctioning. Keep the jar horizontal and rotate jar until the other Fill Plug hole is at the top of jar’s OD. Activate jar tester in the pull direction. reaches the release point.Strength and Test Data” on page 18. Screw jar tester subs on jar. see “Chart B Strength and Test Data” on page 18. Testing the Super II Fishing Jar 5. Install Fill Plug (52). When the jar.7. see “Chart B . wrong or diluted jar lube was used. refer to “Inspection” on pages 12 for additional information. damage exists on various jar parts or seal assemblies. 2. The Super II Fishing Jar is now ready for testing. increase Low Pull Load setting by 2. Applying pull load to the fully open jar and adjust the pull load to the “ Jar Tester: Standard Test Pull Load (lbs. 9. 10. it is to be tested in a Bowen Jar Tester (or equivalent) to ensure that it functions properly. 8. 6. The jar should pull up to the set pull load and maintain that load until it reaches the release point. Minor adjustment to tester pull load may be necessary. The jar should pull up to the set pull load. but do not over pull the jar. into top Fill Plug hole and tighten securely. Close the jar and remove it from jar tester. Remove Coupler with Adapter. Also refer to “Inspection” on page 12 for additional information. with only minor adjustment to pull load. and install tool joint thread protectors. Repeat Low Pull test to ensure uniform action. into Pressure Body (51) and tighten securely. Contaminated Jar Lube and/or plugged metering grooves on the bottom of the Cone (42) may be possible causes of malfunction. Possible causes of malfunction include: Jar not completely filled with jar lube. If the jar still does not pull through. Close the jar. and the jar tested again before use. When the jar reaches the release point. Install Fill Plug (52). the Mandrel should pull easily and pull load should be lower. Using crane. with installed Fill Plug O-Ring (53). Jar Tester Pin Sub Mandrel Mandrel Seal Surface Connector Body Washpipe Body Spline Body Pressure Body Mandrel Body Jar Tester Box Sub Figure 11 Jar Tester with Jar 17 .) 1. Reduce the jar tester set load to zero.000 lbs. The jar should take from fifteen to Forty-five seconds to pull through its pull stroke. Maintain that load until it reaches the release point. 4. place jar in jar tester. The Super II Fishing Jar is now ready for use. with installed Fill Plug O-Ring (53). Close the jar. and the jar tested again before continuing. or jar tester is not functioning properly. 3. 9.)” for jar size being tested. Also. Pull jar until it is completely open to ensure it moves smoothly through the free stroke. and repeat test. Activate jar tester in the pull direction. (See Figure 11 below. Pull jar until it is completely open to ensure it moves smoothly through the free stroke. NOTE: If jar does not pull through. Applying pull load to the fully open jar and adjust the pull load to the “ Jar Tester: Low Test Pull Load (lbs)” for jar size being tested.

Rotation and bending together can lead to fatigue failure. lift. 2) All strengths listed are calculated theoretical yield points and are accurate within 20%.5 6-1/4 2-1/4 4-1/2 IF 152564 12 .900 900 — 18. It is recommended that the Bowen Fishing Jar Placement Program be used. 3) Loads indicated are Maximum Recommended Pull Loads during the pull stroke of the jars.000 59. a safety factor should be applied with running the tools to avoid damage.280 1.350 9.000 / 25. disassemble.200 600 6. Pulling above the value show can damage the jar.040 39.500 (feet .000 484.500 8-11/16 12-1/4 8. rotation and/or bending) are applied at the same time. and in the neutral zone. 5) Torque at Yield is the value that will cause yield of the material in one (1) or more parts of a tool. PULL LOAD (During Pull Stroke) (See Notes 2.100 to 13. They are set at 50% of the calculated theoretical yield torque. The strength values shown are based on only one(1) load type being applied at a time.300 16. 3. Tightening Torque values are in ft-lbs. 7) These weight values are provided as a guideline to the weight of drill collars to be used.000 50.000 265.Chart A — Bowen Super II Fishing Jar Specifications Outside Diameter (OD) Inside Diameter (ID) Connection Assembly Number Length (Closed Position) Stroke Pump Open Area FLOATER POSITION STANDARD TEMPERATURE HIGH TEMPERATURE DRILL COLLAR WEIGHT RANGE (See Note 7) (inches) (inches) (lbs) 7-3/8 10 2.000 900.000 / 20. torque.850 8. and 5) (min/max lbs) 9. 153283 9 .280 9. This is particularly true in milling. 6) The make up torques are the maximum recommended make up torques for each connection. but will always refer to the weakest torsional components within the tool. Multiply chart value by 0.700 16.000 / 12.330 1. 152408 13 .000 16.inches) (inches) (square inches) (inches) (inches) 3-1/8 1 2-3/8 API Reg.600 9-1/16 12-1/2 440 to 7.000 110.600 8-7/16 — 12.450 39.58 million 76. where combining loads (stress) can also lead to fatigue failure. but merely to caution the operator of possible risks when operating in these conditions.100 to 3.000 / 20. It may or may not refer to yielding of a threaded connection within the tool.200 1.300 2.630 14.2 12 16.000 500 — 2.000 36.100 to 20. the stresses on the tool are increased and the listed load ratings are reduced substantially. Users should be guided by API or other published specifications covering downhole connections for the connection strengths.3 7-3/4 3-1/16 6-5/8 API Reg. in deviated or directional holes. Tightening torque values were calculated assuming Itcolube or similar anti-galling grease with low coefficient of friction being applied to all threads and butting shoulders of the connections. 18 .450 NOTES: 1) If jar does not test at Low and Standard Pull Loads shown.150 21. washover or drilling operations. and do not necessarily constitute the optimum weight for each hole condition which may be encountered. As with all oil field equipment.000 200.10-5/16 12 8. 4.6-7/8 12 6. and 4) LIFT LOAD: TENSILE AT YIELD (Jar Fully Extended) (See Notes 2 and 4) TORQUE AT YIELD (See Notes 2.200 — 38. This is not intended to advise against such operations.000 257.000 5.000 1.830 3. inspect and repair tool.300 21.000 JAR TESTER STANDARD TEST PULL LOAD (See Note 1) (lbs) (lbs) (lbs) (ft-lbs) Chart C — Recommended Tightening Torques (ft-lbs) (See Note 6) MANDREL EXTENSION TO MANDREL WASHPIPE TO MANDREL EXTENSION MANDREL BODY TO SPLINE BODY (LEFT-HAND THREADS) CONNECTOR BODY TO SPLINE BODY PRESSURE BODY TO CONNECTOR BODY WASHPIPE BODY TO PRESSURE BODY 1. The Bowen Jar Placement Program should also be run to avoid excessively high impact loads. 4) The values shown do not cover API tool joints or other downhole connection strengths since various connections may be used on either end of the tools.000 30. The need for operating under such conditions is acknowledged. this is consistent with API methods for their published strength values for drill string components. When two (2) or more load types (pull.10-3/8 11-3/4 2.560 3.4 4-3/4 2-1/4 3-1/2 IF 152790 12 .000 100.000 100.1382 to obtain Kg-m.8 MEASURED DISTANCE FROM FLOATER FACE TO END OF PRESSURE BODY Chart B — Strength and Test Data JAR TESTER LOW TEST PULL LOAD (See Note 1) FIELD LOAD: MAX.

Weight Part No. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. (Small) (Pin End) (Small) Part No. Weight Part No. Weight Part No.) 12 13 14 15 16 OD O-ring For Mandrel Mandrel Extension OD O-ring Wiper For Mandrel Extension Backup Ring For Od Seal of Mandrel Ext. Weight Part No.) ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 153287 ≡ ≡ 568241 ≡ 568243 ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 153355 ≡ 153356 ≡ 153357 (2 Req.) ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 152566 ≡ 152409 ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 152413 ≡ 568439 ≡ 152414 (2 Req.) 568238 ≡ 152567 ≡ 568230 ≡ 152571 ≡ 152572 (2 Req. Weight 153284 ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 153286 ≡ 568334 ≡ 153285 (2 Req.) 568343 ≡ 153354 ≡ Part Number 152799 152565 ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 152569 ≡ 568430 ≡ 152570 (2 Req.For Mandrel Body ID O-ring For Mandrel Body Mandrel (Integral Type) (Std.For ID O-ring Mandrel Body Wiper For Mandrel Body Backup Ring For ID O-ring. Weight 3-1/8 1 2-3/8 Reg 153283 ≡ 4-3/4 2-1/4 3-1/2 If 152790 ≡ 6-1/4 2-1/4 4-1/2 If 152564 ≡ 7-3/4 3-1/16 6-5/8 Reg 152408 ≡ Replacement Parts Item # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Spline Body OD O-ring For Spline Body OD O-ring For Spline Body Wiper For Spline Body ID O-ring For Spline Body Back-up Ring For Spline Body.Replacement Parts – Bowen Super II Fishing Jars Outside Diameter (Inches) Inside Diameter (Inches) Connection Complete Assembly Part No. Box Conn. Weight Part No. Part No. Weight 568330 152815 568426 ≡ 568435 ≡ (Box End). Weight Part No.) ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 152410 ≡ 19 . Weight Part No. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. Weight of Mandrel Extension 568221 ≡ 153288 ≡ ≡ ≡ 153290 ≡ 153289 (2 Req.) 568246 ≡ 152411 ≡ 568240 ≡ 152415 ≡ 152416 ≡ (Large) (Small) Part Name Part No. With J. Weight Part No. 17 OD Seal of Mandrel Extension (Box End). Weight Part No.) 568231 ≡ 152797 ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 152795 (2 Req.

Weight Part No. Of Conn. Body 24 OD O-ring For Pressure Body End. Weight ≡ ≡ 152442 ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ Part No. Body OD Packing Retainer Ring For Conn. Body ID Packing Female Adapter For Conn. Weight Part No. Weight 568142 ≡ 568239 ≡ 568249 ≡ 568258 ≡ 153291 152443 152568 152412 Part No. Of Conn. Of Mandrel Extension 19 Seal Retainer Ring For OD Seal (Box End) Of Mandrel Extension 20 21 Connector Body OD O-ring For Spline Body End. Of Conn. Complete Assembly 3-1/8 1 153283 Part Number 4-3/4 2-1/4 152790 6-1/4 2-1/4 152564 7-3/4 3-1/16 152408 Replacement Parts (Continued) 18 Seal Retainer For OD Seal (Box End). Body OD Packing Set For Conn. Weight Part No. Body 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Wiper For Conn. Body 22 OD O-ring For Spline Body End. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. Weight ≡ ≡ 152794 ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 20 . Weight 568145 ≡ 568242 ≡ 568252 ≡ 568260 ≡ (Small) Part No. Weight Part No. Body OD Packing Retainer For Conn. Body OD Packing Female Adapter For Conn. Weight Part No.Bowen Super II Fishing Jars (Continued) Item # Description Outside Diameter (OD) (Inches) Inside Diameter (ID) (Inches) Part No. Body Backup Ring For ID Seal. Body Packing Male Adapter For Conn. Body ID Seal For Conn. Body Packing Female Adapter For Conn. Body Fill Plug For Conn. Weight 568144 ≡ 568242 ≡ 568251 ≡ 568260 (Small) Part No. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. Body 23 OD O-ring For Pressure Body End. Weight Part No. Weight 153293 ≡ 153292 (2 Req) 568327 ≡ 148313 ≡ 153294 ≡ 148312 ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 70536 ≡ 152796 (2req) 152813 ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 152926 ≡ 152793 ≡ 102387 ≡ 102400 ≡ 152801 ≡ ≡ ≡ 102025 (1 Req) 79700 ≡ 79695 (2 Req) 568339 ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 148633 ≡ ≡ ≡ 148634 ≡ 79703 ≡ 79697 ≡ ≡ ≡ 72988 ≡ 72989 (2 Req) 568246 ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 148643 ≡ ≡ ≡ 148644 ≡ 72992 ≡ 78427 ≡ ≡ ≡ (Large) Part No. Body (Also See Pressure Body Fill Plug) Part No. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. Weight 568141 ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ (Large) Part No. Body ID Packing Set For Conn. Weight Part No. Of Conn. Body Packing Pressure Ring Set For Conn.For Conn.

Weight Part No. Weight Part No. Weight ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 72903 ≡ 72905 ≡ 156486 ≡ ≡ ≡ 72906 ≡ 148328 ≡ 148329 ≡ 568223 ≡ 72908 ≡ 568221 ≡ 568130 ≡ 72900 ≡ 617t (2 Req) 8-010 ≡ 568010 (2 Req) 152817 ≡ ≡ ≡ 152317 ≡ 153203 ≡ 152316 ≡ 370-11 ≡ 376-11 ≡ 568233 ≡ 152314 ≡ 568231 ≡ 568233 ≡ 153183 ≡ 617t (1 Req) ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 81617 ≡ 79704 ≡ 79709 ≡ ≡ ≡ 79705 ≡ 148494 ≡ 148493 ≡ 568338 ≡ 79712 ≡ ≡ ≡ 568235 ≡ 79713 ≡ 329t (2 Req) ≡ ≡ ≡ ≡ 69274 ≡ 69277 ≡ 69275 ≡ ≡ ≡ 69276 ≡ 102253 ≡ 148499 ≡ 568349 ≡ 73058 ≡ ≡ ≡ 568246 ≡ 72994 ≡ 329t (2 Req) 21 .). Body O-ring For Fill Plug. Weight Part No. For Pressure Body Floater ID Seal For Floater ID O-ring For Floater OD O-ring) For Floater (Metal) Part No. Body Piston Assembly (Cone Type) Consists Of 6 Of Next 7 Items Bypass Body Cone Cone Retainer (Note: Installed After Washpipe) Seal Body Non-extrusion Ring For O-ring. Weight Part No. Weight Part No.Bowen Super II Fishing Jars (Continued) Item # Part Name Outside Diameter (Od) (Inches) Inside Diameter (ID) (Inches) Complete Assembly Part No. Weight Part No. For Seal Body Seal Protector Ring For O-ring. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. For Conn. Weight Part No. For Pressure Body (Also See Connector Body Fill Plug) 53 54 55 56 57 O-ring For Fill Plug. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. 153283 152790 152564 152408 3-1/8 1 4-3/4 2-1/4 Part Number 6-1/4 2-1/4 7-3/4 3-1/16 Replacement Parts (Continued) 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 Backup Ring For O-ring For Fill Plug. For Seal Body O-ring For Seal Body Washpipe O-ring For Washpipe O-ring For Washpipe Pressure Body Fill Plug (Torx Hd. Weight 568005 (2 Req) 151580 ≡ 72910 (2 Req) 568224 ≡ 568227 (3 Req) 568005 (1 Req) 102301 ≡ 152816 (2 Req) 568336 ≡ 568341 (3 Req) 568006 (2 Req) 151582 ≡ 151675 (2 Req) 568339 ≡ 568350 3 (Req) 568006 (2req) 102303 ≡ 151691 (2 Req) 568426 ≡ 568434 (3 Req) (Large) (Small) Part No. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. For Conn. Weight Part No.

3.part number. Weight Part No. 2. and extras. and quality of assembly of part. Temp. 7.. Note: Thread protectors are extra and can be found in Section 4100 of the bowen price manual. Specify with or without pin stress relief groove and box Bore-back reliefs. Tool) Floater Complete packing sets O-ring packing sets Bowen Itcolube.D.) O-ring O-ring For Washpipe Body (Small) (Large) For Washpipe Body Part No. and connection size & type. 9. anti-gall grease Bowen jar lube 49842 49842 49842 49842 153316/006 ≡ 64919 152819/006 ≡ 64919 152574/006 ≡ 64919 152418/006 ≡ 64919 153315/005 ≡ 153316/005 ≡ 153315/006 152818/005 ≡ 152819/005 ≡ 152818/006 152573/005 ≡ 152574/005 ≡ 152573/006 152417/005 ≡ 152418/005 ≡ 152417/006 Included In Complete Packing Set Includes O-ring Pkg. accessories. Specify name. 5. 4. 2. 3.D. Set Complete Pkg. O-ring packing sets are furnished in sealed plastic bags. Weight Part No. Recommended spares for one year per tool Qty. With J. Note: Miscellaneous O-ring seals are normally furnished in sealed plastic bags with one (1) O-ring per bag to prevent deterioration. Label oversize O. Temp. 5. 1 2 1 2 1 8 1 12 4 1 1 Part Name Bypass bodies Cone Cone retainers Seal bodies Pressure body (f/one to ten tools) Fill plugs (or 4 of each size. for 4-3/4" O.Bowen Super II Fishing Jars (Continued) Item # Part Name Outside Diameter (OD) (Inches) Inside Diameter (ID) (Inches) Part No. Set 4.D.D. Weight Part No. Weight Part No. Pin Conn.) Recommended Accessory Weight Part No.D. Anti-gall Grease Bowen Jar Lube (Std./I. Set Complete Pkg. 8. 6. 11. Required Accessory 62 63 Floater Positioning Tool Service Kit. 22 . Include above information 1 through 3. Weight Part No.. Set O-ring Pkg.Assembly Recommended Accessory Part No. Weight How to Order: 1. Set Included In Complete Packing Set Includes O-ring Pkg. API pin stress relief groove can be supplied if Specified.D. Complete Assembly Part Number 3-1/8 1 153283 4-3/4 2-1/4 152790 6-1/4 2-1/4 152564 7-3/4 3-1/16 152408 Replacement Parts (Continued) 58 59 60 Washpipe Body* (Std. Weight 145215 ≡ 80228 ≡ 153146 ≡ 145213 Only one service kit required for all sizes of jars 153148 ≡ (Std. Weight Part No.Required and Recommended 61 Packing Assembly Sleeve For Mandrel Extension. Bowen pin stress relief groove is standard where a pin Stress relief is permitted for the tool O. for each part ordered. Weight 568144 568242 568251 568260 72913 ≡ 568139 152315 ≡ 568239 79707 ≡ 568248 73063 ≡ 568257 Accessories . Weight 74957 ≡ ≡ ≡ 79755 ≡ 70635 ≡ Extra 64 65 66 67 68 69 O-ring Pkg.D. Set Bowen Itcolube.temp. Weight Part No. Part No.) (Hi-temp) (Hi-temp) Part No. 1.I.) (Std. Combination. If other than standard. Specify O. 10. And undersize I. Box bore-back is not standard but can be supplied If specified Specify any desired spare parts.

617 147648 for Fill Plug No. The kit does not include a seal setting tool. 19067 ➀ Adapter (2) 1/4" FNPT x 1/4" M Tube Part No. 626 O-Ring Installation Tool No. 2581 Tube Fitting Part No. 657B ➁ Adapter (2) 1/4" FNPT x 3/8" 24 UNF Part No. SS1983-001 Volume Pump No. 620 147647 for Fill Plug No. 201624 Quick Disconnect 1/4" NPT Pin-Nipple Part No. which is required for each size Jar. 29481 2 MNPT x 2 FNPT 90° Street Elbow Part No. 359. HF0099 Tube Fitting Part No. 56565 Volume Pump Repair Kit No. 657C 7/16"-20 Nut Part No. 625 Metal Box No. ➀ T30 TORX Head Wrench 153112 ➁ T40 TORX Head Wrench 153111 Fill Plug Wrench No. This setting tool must be ordered separately. 33435 FLOW v Quick Disconnect 1/4" NPT Pin-Coupler Part No. 56566 (Extra) Bushing Part No.Super II Fishing Jar Service Kit (145213) A Service Kit is necessary to properly service the Jar. 53266 (Extra) Hose for Pump Part No. 33436 Exhaust Hose No. 29481 Quick Disconnect 1/4" NPT Box-Coupler Part No. It is usually stored in the service kit metal box. 2582 Line Filter No. 626 Seal Protector Ring Installation Tool No. 2582 Quick Disconnect 1/4" NPT Pin-Nipple Part No. 1995 Filter Element No. a single kit may be used for all Jars at a particular site. Because these kits are identical for every size Jar. 2580 23 . 33436 Bushing Part No.

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