Discover what goes into an H2 choke needle and where to find replacement parts.
The stem, more commonly known as the needle, for H2 style adjustable chokes is used in the choke body to help control the flow of fluid. It is available in different sizes and materials, all of which are in stock with Heshka Oil. Let’s learn a little bit more about how this component is made.
H2 Choke Needle Construction
A quality H2 Choke needle is made from either 410 Stainless Steel, 17-4 PH Stainless Steel or Inconel 718. The tip of the needle is usually braised with a tungsten carbide cone giving it the strength to withstand the harshest of environments like those out in the oil field.
Heshka Oil can also manufacture H2 choke needles with different materials upon request in order to fit custom applications.
All needles feature an external thread for easy installation into the bonnet of the choke. Like our H2 choke seat, the needles for the H2 style chokes are currently available in two sizes; 2” max orifice or 1” max orifice.
Where to Find Replacement H2 Choke Needles
It’s crucial for oil field operators to have a reliable replacement part supplier. You never know when you’ll need another H2 choke needle, seat or other component. Today, your operation doesn’t have to be shut down longer than necessary. Suppliers like Heshka Oil can get you the replacement parts you need fast.
No matter the size or material of the H2 adjustable choke valve needle you are looking for, Heshka Oil has you covered. We carry a large inventory of oil and gas replacement parts in both Conroe and Midland. H2 choke needles in all sizes and materials are ready to ship directly to you today!
Need OEM compatible parts? All our H2 choke needles are interchangeable with original equipment manufacturer chokes.
H2 adjustable needles can be ordered online through www.heshkaoil.com or call us directly at 936-760-3453 to place an order over the phone.
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