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Jet Manul 18: Cement Pump Skid, CPS-361

1. Introduction
2. Safety Warnings
3. Overview CPS-361
I.

Applications
Components of the CPS system operate together to mix cement
slurry:
Surge can hold dry cement
Displacement tanks on the skid hold the water
Water + cement = in the mixing bowl and piped to the mixing tank
*C-pump circulates the slurry from MB and back again to MT. + water
and/or dry cement are added until slurry achieves the desired density.
CPS-361 double pump cementer skid performs:
o Provides P pumping services
o Meters mixing fluids and dry cement
o Can work with gravity feeding of dry cement during mixing
o Provides P fluid movement using one or both triplex pumps
o Can pump a variety of fluids from remote sources

This unit:
o Equipped w/ Caterpillar 3176C electronically controlled engines
(up to 570 hhp)
o Pumper can be used w/ cement mixing systems:
Recirculating jet mixer
SLURRY CHIEF* mixer
2 PG Triplex Pumps
2 10-bbl compartment, stainless steel displacement tanks to
measure volumes of nonflammable fluids
o 4 centrifugal pumps (C-PUMPS)

2 RA45 injection pumps (mixing water pumps)


2 pumps (slurry/recirculation pump)
They mix the cement slurry, pressurize the triplex
pumps, supply water to the dry cement.
o A stainless steel, sound-reduced enclosure and aluminum drip
pans around the engine and transmission section
o Supplied w/ a totally integrated, PC-compatible Azonix Amdex
100 operator interface panel. (Martin Decker gauges, density
control system DCS, JAB II)

II.
III.

Unit Specifications
L x w x h (6 x 2.6 x 3) 18280 kg
Main Components
engines: Caterpillar 3176C ATAAC (325 bhp)
transmission: Allison HT750
two triplex pumps
power ends: Dowell PG03 series (steel)
fluid ends: TG06 3 -inch (standard front pump) max pressure=10,000
psi
TH06 5-inch (standard rear pump) max pressure=5,500 psi
TL06 4 -inch (optional) max pressure = 7,000 psi
TR08 3-inch (optional) max pressure = 15,000 psi
slurry pressurizing pump: Dowell 5x6 centrifugal pump (RA5x6)
recirculation pump: Dowell 5x6 centrifugal pump (RA5x6)
mixing water pumps or injection pumps: Dowell 4x5 centrifugal pumps
(RA4x5)
stainless steel displacement tanks (10-bbl capacity)

Azonix Amdec 100


mixer: SLURRY CHIEF recirculating jet mixer
densitometer: Micro Motion DS300 nonradioactive densitometer (NRD)
enclosure: sound-reduced stainless steel engine/transmission
enclosure
tool kits: optional marine tool kit.

ENGINES
2 (front and rear)
Drive the centrifugal and P triplex pumps that move fluids through
the system

TRANSMISSIONS
2 (for each engine), Alisson 5-speed automatic transmissions

* If the pump stalls out, do not operate the engine for more than 30
seconds at full throttle with the transmission in gear. Prolonged
operation in this way will cause
excessively high transmission temperatures that will damage the
transmission.
* In cold weather, it is important to take time to warm up the
transmission oil before engaging the transmission. Oil temperatures
need to conform to the following:
-only at <20F can the transmission be used in all gears
-if -9<T<20F, only run the transmission in neutral or 1st gear
-if T<-10F, run in neutral only

C-PUMPS
Feeds water from the D.T. into the M.B.
Located above the transmission behind the smaller door

CENTRIFUGAL 5X6 PRESSURIZER PUMPS


2 (one is a backup)
Recirculates slurry form the M.T. to the M.B. and back to the tank again
Also pressurizes the triplex pump suction

HIGH PRESSURE TRIPLEX PUMPS


2 triplex pump
Pump fluid (water, spacer, wash and slurry) to the downhole line and
into the well.

FLUID ENDS
Fluid end lubrication system consists of a pressurized oil tank
Air pressure is bled off whenever the pump brake is ON

DISPLACEMENT TANKS
2 tanks, 10-bbl metering tanks

Measure the water volume injected into the M.B. for mixing slurry.
Also measures other fluid volumes to be pumped downhole, such as
spacer, wash or drilling mud.
SURGE CAN
Nonpressurized metered silo for storing and feeding dry cement into
the M.B.
In some units you might fing pressurized surge cans

MIXING BOWL
Below the surge can
Where dry cement and water first come into contact to mix slurry
The opening to the mixing bowl is covered by the knife gate, which is a
device that opens and closes over the M.B.
When is opened, dry cement drops from the surge can above through
the opening down into the M.B. The knife controls the volume dropped.

A velocity water stream below the bowl creates a vacuum that draws
dry cement into the bowl.
Opening/closing = controlled by a hydraulically operated meter wheel
The CPS-361 pumper uses a power steering type of hydraulic control
system to provide metering valve action for the various mixers. The
system consists of an engine driven vane-type pump on the front
engine,with a remote-mounted reserve oil and a hand wheel control
valve (cement-metering wheel) located on the control console.

IV.

MIXING TANK
NONRADIOACTIVE DENSITOMETER (NRD)
MIX WATER LINE (JET LINE)
THIN-UP LINE
SLURRY RECIRCULATION LINE
DOWNHOLE LINE
CONTROL CONSOLE

Equipment Changes from CPS-361

4. Prejob Inspection
5. Control Console
6. Starting Unit up
7. Priming
8. Pressure Testing Equipment and Lines
9. Mixing and Pumping Cement
10. Completing Displacement
11. Whashing Up and Shutting Down
12. Postjob Inspection
13. Maintenance and Troubleshooting