The Town of Blackfalds is doing some road work on South Street west of Vista Trail (where Control Technology is located) for the next month. We are still open regular business hours, and access to both of our shop locations is still available. We just ask that everyone be patient, and follow the directions given by the construction crew so that we can keep both them and yourselves safe and construction and traffic flowing smoothly.
About Control Technology Inc.
Well control demands performance. Performance requires reliability. We supply control systems to the largest drilling and well servicing contractors in the industry. Control Technology Inc. has proven to be a name you can rely on. Offering experienced service technicians available 24/7, and a complete inventory of replacement parts, we have established ourselves as the one-call control solution... Read more
Control Technology Inc. would love to congratulate Cory Fosty, our NDE Lead Technician, on passing his ASNT Liquid Penetrant Level II exam. He is one of only two people in all of Canada that have done so.
Now Taking Orders for the New 5 1/8” 10,000# W.P. ACD/CTI SPH Type Annular BOP. This BOP is a low profile and low volume option for high pressure well control. The 5 1/8” 10,000#W.P. SPH is the only of its kind and can be used for small diameter pipe and coil for snubbing and coil operations. Affordable and durable replacement seal kits and elements will be available through CTI at anytime for customer convenience. Please Contact Us if you require a quote or any other info.
Just wanted you to know we performed our first BOP test last week witnessed by an AOGCC rep. The test was flawless! The inspector commented it was the best “first” test on a rig he has ever witnessed. The accumulator performed as designed and produced numbers better than any of us have ever witnessed. I’m proud we ran the 1 ½” hoses to the Annular, as it closed in 8 seconds, whereas the VBRs closed in 7 seconds. I’ve never seen an Annular closing time that close to that of the Rams… The performance test produced a 9 second recovery time during the 200 psi build and a 62 second time for full recovery. Again, these times are 1/3 of the normal, so JOB WELL DONE!…..