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WOM manifold systems may incorporate WOM’s Magnum gate valves, check valves, plug valves, chokes, and WOM actuators depending upon the application.
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WOM manifold designs meet virtually any industry requirement, including H2S environments up to 20,000 psi.
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WOM designs, manufactures and supplies high pressure choke and kill manifolds, standpipe manifolds, cement manifolds , well test manifolds and custom application manifolds.
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Choke & Kill Manifolds

WOM’s choke & kill manifolds incorporate patented Magnum Dual-Seal technology and can be configured with a wide range of gate valves, check valves, plug valves, chokes and actuators per customer requirement.

WOM specializes in the manufacture of manifolds for a complete range of onshore and offshore applications. WOM manifold systems may incorporate WOM’s Magnum gate valves, check valves, plug valves, chokes, and WOM actuators depending upon the application. WOM manifold designs meet virtually any industry requirement, including H2S environments up to 20,000 psi. Skid mounted and fully automated packages are available complete with control
panels and instrumentation.

Specification and Features

  • Built with Magnum Technology: WOM’s choke & kill manifolds incorporate patented Magnum Dual-Seal technology and can be configured with a wide range of gate valves, check valves, plug valves, chokes and actuators per customer requirement
  • Quality Ensured: WOM’s choke & kill manifolds are to meet virtually any industry standard, including H2S environments up to 20,000 psi and can be fully automated with accompanying control packages
  • Industry Certified: WOM’s fully vertically integrated manufacturing process allows for the highest level of quality control and ensures that all choke & kill manifolds meet API 16C specifications and are trusted by clients such as Noble Drilling, Transocean Offshore, Schlumberger, Shell Offshore and many more

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