What is the maximum pulling force?

CFST is slightly stronger in axial forces than metallic tubing is. Our prototype testing showed 240,000 lbs. before the tubing broke. Since it weighs only one-third of metal equivalent tubing, it is a much stronger downhole. Example: 10,000 feet of steel tubing weighs 92KLBS, and our tubing weighs only 30KLBS, so we would have ±62KLBS (92-30kLBS) more pulling force than metal tubing.

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