bean choke

1. n. [Well Completions]
A fixed choke used to control the flow of fluids, usually mounted on or close to the Christmas tree. A bean choke contains a replaceable insert, or bean, made from hardened steel or similar durable material. The insert is manufactured with a precise diameter hole that forms the choke through which all fluids must pass. Choke inserts are available in a complete range of sizes, generally identified by choke diameter stated in 64ths of an inch; for example, a "32 bean" is equivalent to a 1/2-in. choke diameter.
See: bean