[ii] Patent Number: 5,421,414
 Date of Patent: Jun. 6, 1995
4,993,493 2/1991 Arnold 166/382
5,029,642 7/1991 Crawford 166/237 X
5,038,860 8/1991 Baugh et al 166/382 X
5,040,598 8/1991 Pleasants 166/98
5,086,845 2/1992 Baugh 166/382
5,090,481 2/1992 Pleasants et al 166/384 X
5,092,400 3/1992 Jagert 166/88
5,113,939 5/1992 Ross et al 166/120
5,146,984 9/1992 Pleasants 166/382 X
Primary Examiner—Roger J. Schoeppel
Attorney, Agent, or Firm—Tracy W. Druce; Warren B.
A hanger assembly used to support tubing, such as a siphon string, and other tools beneath the surface of a wellbore within casing or production tubing. The assembly includes a setting mechanism having first and second sleeves responsive to increased pressure for moving relative to one another for activating a slip assembly and sealing element. The setting mechanism is connected to reeled tubing by a quick disconnect device defining a passage for permitting fluid flow from the surface of the wellbore to the setting mechanism to provide hydraulic activation. The disconnect device is responsive to increased pressure within the passage for disconnecting the reeled tubing from the setting mechanism.
12 Claims, 3 Drawing Sheets