Terminal Fitting

Definition(s)


Terminal Fitting

Connection, commonly referred to as a gooseneck, between a rigid choke, kill, or auxiliary line on a telescopic joint and its mating drape hose, affecting a nominal 180° turn in flow direction.

Source: API Specification 16Q, Design, Selection, Operation, and Maintenance of Marine Drilling Riser Systems, Second Edition, April 2017. Global Standards

Terminal Fitting

The connection between a rigid choke, kill, or auxiliary line on a telescopic joint and its drape hose, effecting a nominal 180″ turn in flow direction.

Source: API RP 16Q, Recommended Practice for Design, Selection, Operation and Maintenance of Marine Drilling Riser Systems, First Edition, November 1993 (Reaffirmed August 2001). Global Standards

 

Terminal Fitting

Connection between a rigid choke, kill or auxiliary line on a telescopic joint and its drape hose, effecting a nominal 180° turn in flow direction.

Source: ISO 13624-1:2009, Petroleum and natural gas industries – Drilling and production equipment – Part 1:Design and operation of marine drilling riser equipment. Global Standards