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AIR COMPRESSOR

An air compressor is a device that converts power (usually from an electric motor, a diesel engine or a gasoline engine) into kinetic energy by compressing and pressurizing air, which, on command, can be released in quick bursts. There are numerous methods of air compression, divided into either positive-displacement or negative-displacement types.[1][2] Types of air compressor: 1. According to the design and principle of operation 1. Reciprocating compressor 2. Rotary compressor 2. According to the number of stages 1. Single stage compressor 2. Multi stage compressor 3. According to the pressure limits 1. Low pressure compressors 2. Medium pressure compressors 3. High pressure compressors 4. Super high pressure compressors 4. According to the capacity 1. Low capacity compressors 2. Medium capacity compressors 3. High capacity compressors 5. According to the method of cooling 1. Air cooled compressor 2. Water cooled compressor Positive-displacement air compressors work by forcing air into a chamber whose volume is reduced to compress the air. Piston-type air compressors use this principle by pumping air into an air chamber through the use of the constant motion of pistons. They use unidirectional valves to guide air into a chamber, where the air is compressed. Rotary screw compressors also use positive-displacement compression by matching two helical screws that, when

turned, guide air into a chamber, the volume of which is reduced as the screws turn. Vane compressors use a slotted rotor with varied blade placement to guide air into a chamber and compress the volume. Negative-displacement air compressors include centrifugal compressors. These devices use centrifugal force generated by a spinning impeller to accelerate and then decelerate captured air, which pressurizes it.[1] Conventional air compressors are used in several different applications:

To supply high-pressure clean air to fill gas cylinders To supply moderate-pressure clean air to a submerged surface supplied diver To suppy moderate-pressure clean air for driving some office and school building pneumatic HVAC control system valves To supply a large amount of moderate-pressure air to power pneumatic tools For filling tires To produce large volumes of moderate-pressure air for macroscopic industrial processes (such as oxidation for petroleum coking or cement plant bag house purge systems).

Most air compressors are either reciprocating piston type, rotary vane or rotary screw. Centrifugal compressors are common in very large applications. There are two main types of air compressor's pumps: Oil lubed and oil-less. The oil-less system has more technical development, but they are more expensive, louder and last for less time than the oiled lube pumps. However, the air delivered has better quality.

FIRE PUMP

A fire pump is a part of a fire sprinkler system's water supply and can be powered by electric, diesel or steam. The pump intake is either connected to the public underground water supply piping, or a static water source (e.g., tank, reservoir, lake). The pump provides water flow at a higher pressure to the sprinkler system risers and hose standpipes. A fire pump is tested and listed for its use specifically for fire service by a third-party testing and listing agency, such as UL or FM Global. The main code that governs fire pump installations in North America is the National Fire Protection Association's NFPA 20 Standard for the Installation of Stationary Fire Pumps for Fire Protection. Operation:

Fire pumps may be powered either by an electric motor or a diesel engine, or, occasionally a steam turbine. If the local building code requires power independent of the local electric power grid, a pump using an electric motor may utilize, when connected via a listed transfer switch, the installation of an emergency generator. The fire pump starts when the pressure in the fire sprinkler system drops below a threshold. The sprinkler system pressure drops significantly when one or more fire sprinklers are exposed to heat above their design temperature, and opens, releasing water. Alternately, other fire hoses reels or other fire fighting connections are opened, causing a pressure drop in the fire fighting main. Fire pumps are needed when the local municipal water system cannot provide sufficient pressure to meet the hydraulic design requirements of the fire sprinkler system. This usually occurs if the building is very tall, such as in high-rise buildings, or in systems that require a relatively high terminal pressure at the fire sprinkler in order to provide a large volume of water, such as in storage warehouses. Fire pumps are also needed if fire protection water supply is provided from a ground level water storage tank. Types of pumps used for fire service include: horizontal split case, vertical split case, vertical inline, vertical turbine, and end suction.
Jockey Pump;

A jockey pump is a small pump connected to a fire sprinkler system and is intended to maintain pressure in a fire protection piping system to an artificially high level so that the operation of a single fire sprinkler will cause a pressure drop which will be sensed by the fire pump automatic controller, causing the fire pump to start. The jockey pump is essentially a portion of the fire pump's control system.

AIR RECEIVER

Virtually every industrial building in the USA has an air receiver installed somewhere in it. The usual function of an air system is to transmit energy generated at a single source to different areas of a facility. The air receiver stores and delivers air pressure when the compressor is not running, and also serves as a pulsation damper and moisture trap. Vacuum receivers act in a similar manner, except that the system imparts suction at the point of usage. Bottling and canning plants are examples of facilities where vacuum handling systems are used. Vacuum receivers do not need to be built to meet the ASME pressure vessel code. However, if code construction is required by the user, vacuum testing is required at extra cost. Because of its compressibility, air can store large amounts of energy which can be dangerous if released suddenly, for example if a vessel ruptures. The rules for the design and construction of air receivers are therefore very stringent, and Hanson air receivers are built and tested strictly to the ASME pressure vessel code. Most smaller air receivers are made with a platform on top for the compressor and motor to mount on. These are known as "Pump Mounts", and are built to withstand the vibrations of the pump and motor. Some are made for two compressors, with supports that extend to the ground. These are known as "Duplex" units. Air receivers that are installed separately from the compressor, are called "Remote" units. These are usually bigger in size, and part of a system that can include a dryer and other equipment. To save floor space, they are usually vertical. They can range in size from 30 gallons to 15,000 gallons and larger. However, 240 gallons thru 2000 gallons sizes are more typical.

HELIDECK

The word helipad is short for helicopter landing pad, a landing area for helicopters. While helicopters are able to operate on a variety of relatively flat surfaces, a fabricated helipad provides a clearly marked hard surface away from obstacles where a helicopter can land. Helipads are usually constructed out of concrete and are marked with a circle and/or a letter "H", so as to be visible from the air. They may be located at a heliport or airport where fuel, air traffic control, and service facilities for aircraft are available. Usually a helipad does not have fuel and service facilities for aircraft, as a heliport does, and does not maintain a full time air traffic controller. Conversely, a helipad may also be located away from such facilities; for example, helipads are commonly placed on the roof of hospitals to facilitate MEDEVACs. Large ships and oilrigs sometimes have a helipad on board (usually referred to as a helideck), and some businesses maintain a helipad on the roof of their office tower. They could be good for evacutations. Helipads are not always constructed out of concrete; sometimes forest fire fighters will construct a temporary helipad out of wood to receive supplies in remote areas. Landing pads may also be constructed in extreme conditions like on frozen ice. The world's highest helipad, built by India, is located in the Siachen Glacier at a height of 21,000 feet (6400 m) above the sea level.

WELL CONTROL PANEL

Product Description Single well control panel-automatic hydraulic 1.Control objects: The single well control panel is applicable of the control of the wellhead safety valves of the single independent oil and gas well and controls the SCSSV, valve, wing valve and choke valve.

2.Reference standards: API RP 14A API RP 14BAPI RP 14C NACEMR0175EN 50018.

3.Principle and functions: Operation principle: The panel uses the module design and is made of common module, single well module and RTU module. Pneumatic pump is used to supply the hydraulic pump (manual pump as backup) and the pneumatic pressure is used as the pilot control loop. Main functions: RTU shutdownFusible plugsLow pressure/high pressureManual at panel.

SEPARATORS

The term separator in oilfield terminology designates a pressure vessel used for separating well fluids produced from oil and gas wells into gaseous and liquid components. A separator for petroleum production is a large vessel designed to separate production fluids into their constituent components of oil, gas and water. A separating vessel may be referred to in the following ways: Oil and gas separator, Separator, Stage separator, Trap, Knockout vessel (Knockout drum, knockout trap, water knockout, or liquid knockout), Flash chamber (flash vessel or flash trap), Expansion separator or expansion vessel, Scrubber (gas scrubber), Filter (gas filter). These separating vessels are normally used on a producing lease or platform near the wellhead, manifold, or tank battery to separate fluids produced from oil and gas wells into oil and gas or liquid and gas. An oil and gas separator generally includes the following essential components and features: 1. A vessel that includes (a) primary separation device and/or section, (b) secondary gravity settling (separating) section, (c) mist extractor to remove small liquid particles from the gas, (d) gas outlet, (e) liquid settling (separating) section to remove gas or vapor from oil (on a three-phase unit, this section also separates water from oil), (f) oil outlet, and (g) water outlet (three-phase unit). 2. Adequate volumetric liquid capacity to handle liquid surges (slugs) from the wells and/or flowlines. 3. Adequate vessel diameter and height or length to allow most of the liquid to separate from the gas so that the mist extractor will not be flooded. 4. A means of controlling an oil level in the separator, which usually includes a liquid-level controller and a diaphragm motor valve on the gas outlet. 5. A backpressure valve on the gas outlet to maintain a steady pressure in the vessel. 6. Pressure relief devices. Separators work on the principle that the three components have different densities, which allows them to stratify when moving slowly with gas on top, water on the bottom and oil in the middle. Any solids such as sand will also settle in the bottom of the separator. The functions of oil and gas separators can be divided into the primary and secondary functions which will be discussed later on.

3-phase test separator is an instrumented pressure vessel designed to efficiently separate well effluent into oil, gas and water for onshore and offshore well testing. The 3-phase test separator can operate as a stand-alone unit or in combination with the surge tank, reducing the dependency on the separation process for high-quality flow measurements. The 3-phase test separator typically consists of a vessel, an oil flow-measuring system with dual meters, a flow-measuring system for gas, several sampling points for each effluent phase, and two relief valves to protect the vessel against overpressure. Most separators are also equipped to measure water flow rate. To provide accurate measurements, the 3-phase test separator is fitted with pneumatic regulators that maintain a constant pressure and a constant liquid level inside the vessel by control valves on the oil and gas outlets. The 3-phase test separator is fitted with a deflector plate, coalescing plates, a foam breaker, a vortex breaker, a weir plate, and a mist extractor. These components reduce the risk of carryover (liquid in gas line) and carry under (gas in liquid line) that would affect the flow rate measurement accuracy.

Applications

Onshore and offshore exploration, development, and production well testing after cleanup

Features

Wide range of vessel sizes for different flow rates Gas metering with orifice diameters or mass flowmeter Pneumatic control valves on gas and oil outlets Fitted with deflector plate, coalescing plates, foam and vortex breaker, weir plate, and mist extractor Sand-jet line for fast cleaning Sampling points for all phases Two relief valves to protect against overpressure Compliant with ASME VIII, Div. 1 or 2, NACE MR 0175

BURNER BOOM U burner boom is a modular design, basically consisting of two sections that extend approximately 18 m [60 ft]. By adding one or two intermediate sections, the boom can be lengthened to about 27 m [90 ft] or 36 m [120 ft]. The structural design of the U-boom allows access to the burner and supports pipes that are laterally positioned on the boom sides. These pipes supply the burner with air, water, oil, and propane. The U-boom is mounted on the rig with a rotating base plate and guy lines. Horizontal guy lines help orient the boom; and vertical guy lines, which are fixed to the rigs main structure, support the boom. The rotating base enables horizontal and vertical positioning of the boom and burner. The boom is positioned slightly above horizontal so that any oil left in the piping after flaring operations does not leak out and cause pollution.

Applications

Provide support for the burner and piping. Allow access to the burner and piping.

Benefits

Reduce heat radiation. Protect rig personnel. Limit burner noise on the rig.

Features

Modular design Suitable for H2S service Available in two or three sections Piping for oil, water with filter, air with check valve, and propane, in addition to one gas flare

CHOKE MANIFOLD Choke manifold consists of four manual gate valves (five if a bypass valve is included). It is used to control the flow rate and reduces well pressure before the flow enters the processing equipment. The manifold also includes a positive choke box, an adjustable choke, and several pressure or sampling ports and thermo wells to monitor pressure, temperature, and fluid characteristics.

Applications

Onshore and offshore oil and gas well testing and cleanup after drilling or workover operations Flowback after stimulation or workover operations

Features

Built-in Cameron style gate valves which can be redressed on pipeline. Provides two flow paths, one through a positive choke and the other through an adjustable choke that can be converted into a positive choke

Provides a means for fluid sampling, real-time pressure and temperature monitoring, and chemical injection Metal-to-metal, double seal to ensure reliability in harsh environments Complies with API-6A (PSL-2,PR1), NACE MR0175)

CRUDE OIL BURNER The crude oil burner is a single-head, 3-nozzle, oil and gas burner for onshore and offshore exploration and development well testing and cleanup. It provides an efficient and costeffective alternative to oil storage.

The burner geometry makes extensive use of pneumatic atomization and enhanced air induction. The burner is equipped with one or two pilots, a flame-front ignition system. A built-in water screen to reduce heat radiation. It has been proved that Crude Oil Burner is highly efficient with all types of oil, particularly heavy and waxy oils. Crude oil burner control manifold is used to tune the flowrates of crude oil, gas and air into smokeless combustion. it also mixes gas and air, or gas and oil in advance.

Applications

Offshore and onshore exploration and development well testing and cleanup operations Operations in environmentally sensitive areas Heavy and waxy oil production

Benefits

Reduces environmental impact during well testing Provides an efficient and costeffective alternative to oil storage Accommodates low oil flow rates and adverse wind conditions

Features

Fallout- and smoke-free Operates efficiently with up to 25% water cut Built-in shutoff valve Integral design of water screens Large operating range with optional multirate kit

CRUDE OIL TRANSFER PUMPS


Crude oil transfer pumps are designed to pump oil from a tank to a burner or from a tank into an existing flowline. Normally fitted with an explosion-proof electrical motor for operations in Zone 2 regions. Gear, screw, and centrifugal pump designs are available. The characteristics of the fluid being pumped and the specific application for the pump determine which pump technology is most suitable.

Applications

Well testing surge tanks or gauge tank transfer Reinjection of separator oil into an existing flowline Pump liquids to a tanker Benefits

EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN (ESD) SYSTEM Emergency ShutDown (ESD) System with a minimum of two remote control stations are recommended for all well test operations. They are designed to pneumatically control the hydraulic flowhead valve or any other single-action, fail-safe hydraulically activated valve and to generate an emergency shutdown signal. The remote stations are to be located at the separator and in an area removed from all pressurized equipment on an escape route.

During testing operations, emergency shutdown system controls surface safety valve on the flowhead and permits manual or remote closure in response to a pipe leak or break, equipment malfunction, fire, or similar emergency. The ESD system is also used to reopen the valve and, if needed, can control an additional surface safety valve upstream of the choke. Pressure from the systems air-driven hydraulic pump is applied to open the valves and released to close them.

Applications

All well test operations H2S environments and when wellhead pressures are greater than 34 MPa [5,000 psi]

Features

Operation Area: Class 1 Div. 1, Groups C and D. Operation Temperature: -10F to 120F (-23 to 48.8 C) Material: Stainless Steel Air Supply: clean and dry air or natural gas with a pressure of 100 to 200 PSI. Hydraulic Circuit Working Pressure: 6,000 psi, 10,000 psi working pressure available upon request. Hydraulic Tank: 30 L Ports for additional or optional pilots, remote emergency shutdown (ESD) stations, high pressure and low pressure pilots are available. Dimension (L x W x H) : 800 x 650 x 1500 mm

FLOWHEAD - SURFACE TEST TREE Flowhead - Surface Test Tree with swivel supports the test string and provides a means of surface well control when completing, testing, or performing live well intervention operations. Two wing valves connect to the kill and flow manifolds to control the flow of the wellbore fluids.

Valve actuators are controlled from a console located on the rig floor and link to the emergency shutdown system for the flow wing valve. This configuration allows for remote shut-in of the well at the flowhead. The handling sub attached to the top of the flowhead valve block is used to tension the flowhead and the riser or landing string. The handling sub also provides an interface to the surface wireline or coiled tubing equipment. A dynamic swivel is located between the main valve block and the lower master valve, allowing rotation of the string without rotating the flowhead, and preventing any rig movement from transferring torque into the riser or landing string.

Features

Provides at least two surface pressure barriers Swivel allows rotation of the string without rotating the flowhead Allows a kill line to be connected for pressure testing, injection, or killing the well Allows tools to be introduced and run into the well through the swab valve Comply with API Spec. 6A and NACE MR 0175

CONTAINERIZED STEAM GENERATOR

Containerized steam generator consists of the boiler, water treatment equipment and accessories in one container and can be installed in any mobile transport equipment. It is characterized by: movement fast, safe and convenient to provide steam and heat for oil drilling, oil products, mining drilling, military field site operations. It is suitable for place or project where the fixed boiler room is inconvenience to support.

OIL AND GAS MANIFOLD Oil and gas manifold diverts oil or gas, without flow interruption, from the separator to crude oil burner for disposal, to surge tank or gauge tank for measurements or storage, or to a production line. Oil and gas manifold also isolates the test equipment to prevent flow interruption if the testing equipment is pulled out of service temporarily.

The oil manifold typically consists of five ball valves arranged as a manifold and is skidmounted. The gas manifold is fitted with two ball valves and also mouted on a skid. Oil and gas manifold valves adopt a proven metal-to-metal, double-sealing design to resist harsh environment operations. All models comply with all applicable standards, such as API Spec. 6D and NACE MR 0175.

Applications

Exploration, development, and production wells using surface well testing equipment

STEAM HEAT EXCHANGER Steam-heat exchangers are used to raise the temperature of well effluents to prevent hydrate formation, reduce viscosity, and break down emulsions for efficient separation of oil and water. Because the steam-heat exchangers virtually eliminate fire risk, they are used on offshore platforms and in other work conditions where safety regulations do not permit the use of indirect-fired heaters.

The steam-heat exchanger requires an adequate steam supply for operation. Some rigs have a sufficient steam supply, but usually a steam generator is required. Steam enters the vessel through an automatic control valve. The vessel contains an internal tubing bundle through which the effluent passes, a steam trap containing a steam condensate outlet, a safety relief valve, and a temperature controller. The vessel, which is equipped with two 152-mm [6-in] safety valves and a split coil, 106 mm by 106 mm [4 in by 4 in], is insulated with glass wool and an aluminum jacket. Heat from the steam is transferred to the tubing bundle and, in turn, to the effluent. A chokewith a 2-in seat, and a 3-in manifold equipped with three 3116-in gate valvesis located between the effluent inlet and outlet. It allows the effluent to be preheated before and after the pressure is reduced at the choke. All steam heat exchanger models are skid mounted.

VERTICAL SURGE TANK Vertical surge tank is an H2S service vessel designed to store liquid hydrocarbons after separation. The surge tank is used to measure liquid flow rates, as well as the combined shrinkage and meter factor. It can also be used as a second stage separator and hold a constant backpressure by using its automatic pressure control valve on the gas outlet. The surge tank usually consists of a single or double compartment vessel and a level measuring system with sight glasses or magnetic levels. To prevent overpressure and overfilling, the surge tank is fitted with a pressure-relief valve and a high- and lowlevel alarm system. Surge tanks are designed with a diverter, a vortex breaker, and stiffening rings capable of withstanding a vacuum in the vessel. They are fitted with sampling, pressure, and temperature ports. A bypass manifold is also included. All surge tanks are shock-protected by a frame, and operate in the vertical position, even they are transported in a horizontal position.

Applications

Onshore and offshore exploration and development oil and gas well testing Production wells

Features

Single or dual compartment Dual-compartment surge tank provide a means to empty one tank compartment while filling another Sight glasses or magnetic level indicators High- and low-level alarm on each compartment Automatic pressure-control valve normally open on gas outlets Diverter, vortex breaker, and stiffening rings Bypass manifold allows isolating surge tank from flow process Fitted with sampling points and pressure and temperature ports Protected against overpressure by relief valves Shock-protected by a frame Compliant with ASME VIII, Div. 1 and NACE MR0175

ACCUMULATOR BOP CONTROL SYSTEM Accumulator BOP Control System, also called as BOP Closing Unit or BOP Control Unit, is one important system in drilling and work-over operation. As per different working conditions, accumulator BOP control system can be in pneumatic, hydraulic, or electric control. All accumulator BOP control system (BOP closing unit) Sunry provides are made according to API Spec 16D, can be used to replace Koomey closing unit ( Koomey accumulator).

Accumulator BOP Control System Features

The Remote Control Panel is equipped with both electric and pneumatic power. Backup inlet for pressure oil ensures the system working regularly despite some unexpected situations The power system is equipped with automatic control system and double protective device against overload pressure for hydraulic system. The operation is easy, safe and reliable; With four sets of accumulators, the system can work regularly with the rest 75% volume in case one of them is out of order. A relief valve is split-type installed to increase the strength of the accumulator, which makes it easy for disassembly and maintenance; With clear identification, and giving signals for current working condition, misoperation could be avoided, which makes driller control panel easy to operate. The product design and manufacture are strictly complied with API Spec 16D (Drilling control equipment and systems) standard.

CHOKE AND KILL MANIFOLD Choke manifold and kill manifold used for land or offshore drilling according to API Spec 16C..

Specification

Working Pressure: 5,000 psi, 10,000 psi and 15,000 psi Bore Size: all popular Temperature: K ~ U Material Classes: EE ~ HH Specification level: PSL2, PSL3 Performance class: PR1 Standard: API spec 16C, the material is conformed to NACE MR-01-75

HYDRAULIC CHOKE CONTROL CONSOLE Hydraulic Choke Control Panel is used for adjusting and displaying the opening of hydraulical choke's orifice, usually it is customised in accordance with API 16D.

Hydraulic Choke Control Console Features and Applications


Single/Double choke operation with an open, mild steel painted frame, this is a typical design suitable for land rig operations Single/Double choke operation with 316L stainless steel fully enclosed console with doors and complete with lid if applicable. Typically this panel type is utilised in the salt-laden offshore environment Single/Double wall mounted choke display and control panel with a separate HPU (Hydraulic Power Unit), ideal for maximising the valuable space within the drillers cabin.

MUD GAS SEPARATOR

Mud Gas Separator is commonly called as gas-buster or poor boy degasser. It captures and separate large volume of free gas within the drilling fluid. If there is a "KICK" situation, this vessel separates the mud and the gas by allowing it to flow over baffle plates. The gas then is forced to flow through a line and vent it to a flare. A "KICK" situation happens when the annular hydrostatic pressure in a drilling well temporarily (and usually relatively suddenly) becomes less than the formation, or pore, pressure in a permeable section downhole, and before control of the situation is lost. It is always safe to design the mud/gas separator that will handle the maximum possible gas flow that can occur.

TRIPLEX MUD PUMPS F-SERIES Triplex mud pumps F-series are widely used for oil and gas drilling. F-1300, F-1600, F-2200 mud pumps are independently designed, developed and manufactured based on F-500, F800, F-1000 mud pump.

Features

F-series mud pumps are rated at longer stroke length and relatively low stroke per minute. It can increase the service life of expendable parts of fluid end assembly. F-1300, F-1600, F-2200 mud pumps are with large power and high pump pressure, F2200 mud pumps Max. pump pressure reaches to 5,000psi, Max. displacement up to 1,215 gpm with a liner of 230mm(9).

HDD / TRENCHLESS MUD SYSTEM HDD & Trenchless Mud System is more and more often used in HDD and trenchless project, since HDD & trenchless technology has become a rapidly growing sector of the construction and civil engineering industry. HDD & Trenchless Mud System includes mud tank and equipment mounted on mud tank. Mud tank always has two or three compartment according to solids control requirements, including necessary plumbing for three or four centrifugal pumps and necessary valves, manifolds, hand rails, catwalks, grating and ladders. Shale shaker is at the first stage of HDD & Trenchless Mud Systems, desilter and mixing hopper or desander, desilter and mixing hopper are subsequent. Sometimes HDD & Trenchless Mud System also has generator.

Application
HDD & Trenchless Mud System is a solids control system that is used in HDD & Trenchless to remove harmful particles from drilling mud. Meanwhile it can get clean and good performance drilling fluid.

Features

Easy site access, easy rig up, easy rig down and without forgetting safety Low transportation cost Compact construction Central electrical control panel

Parameters

Hydrocyclone number: 10, 12, 16, 20 Hydrocyclone diameter: 4, 5 Shale shaker motion trace: Elliptical Working pressure: 0.2~0.45Mpa Process: 130~300m3/h Cut point: 20~100um

SHALE SHAKER Shale shaker is one of the essential solids control equipment to remove drilling cuttings. It is hard for subsequent solids control equipment to work normally if shale shaker could not work well. As for elliptical motion shakers, there are three types: elliptical shale shaker, balanced elliptical shale shaker and frequency-conversion balanced elliptical shale shaker.

Features

High efficiency to remove large particles Large process capacity Anti-splash device to prevent mud splashing, making the work environment cleaner and more comfortable, while not affecting replacement and cleaning shale shaker screen Easy to replace shale shaker screen

Motion trace: linear, elliptical Process: 50~100m3/h Cut point: min. 74um Explosion proof level: dBT4 Screen Number: 2~3(60~360mesh) Deck adjustable angle: -1 ~8

VACUUM DEGASSER Vacuum degasser removes gas from gas-trapped drilling fluid while oil or gas drilling. Suitable for all kinds of mud cleaning system. It helps to recover the mud density and stabilize the mud viscosity, thus reducing the drilling cost. At the same time, if there are no gas bubbles in the mud, this device can be used alternatively as a large capacity stirring device.

ZCQ1/4 Vacuum Degasser Parameter


capacity: 3 m3/min vacuum level: 0.3-0.4 ratio: 1.67 power of the vacuum pump: 3 KW power of the main electric motor: 15 KW rotating speed: 876 rpm dimensions: 1800x800x1400 mm

ZCQ1/6 Vacuum Degasser Parameter


capacity: 4 m3/min vacuum level: 0.5-0.7 power of the vacuum pump: 5.5 KW dimensions: 2200 1800 1600mm

DUAL-POT SAND FILTER Dual-pot sand filter (sand separator) is used to remove sand and other solid particles from oil and gas well effluent to prevent erosion of downstream equipment. Typical application for the unit include completion cleanups and maximum sand-free rate tests.

Typical applications for the unit include completion cleanups and maximum sand-free rate tests. This filter is typically located after the well Surface Test Tree upstream of the choke manifold. Dual pot sand filter consists of two filter pots and a manifold. The frame-mounted pots have lifting support for convenient filter replacement. Both of two pots can be on stream at same time. Normally, one vessel is in use, another is being cleaned.

Features

Sour Service: Latest NACE MR 0175 Design Codes: ASME VIII Div. 2, API-6A (PSL-3, PR-2), ANSI B31.3 Working pressure: 10,000 psi or 5,000 psi Working Temperature: 20 to 121 deg C [4 to 250 deg F] Gas flow capacity: up to 3,000,000 m3/d Liquid flow capacity: 15,000bpd Custom-made is available

SOLAR PANEL

A solar panel (also solar module, photovoltaic module or photovoltaic panel) is a packaged, connected assembly of photovoltaic cells. The solar panel can be used as a component of a larger photovoltaic system to generate and supply electricity in commercial and residential applications. Because a single solar panel can produce only a limited amount of power, many installations contain several panels. A photovoltaic system typically includes an array of solar panels, an inverter, and sometimes a battery and interconnection wiring.

VERTICAL WATER HEATER

The emulsion to be treated enters on the far side. The fire tubes (facing the camera) heat the emulsion, and oil exits near the top. Water exits the bottom through the external water leg on the right, which maintains the proper height of the interface between oil and water in the vessel. Gas exits the top. Some of the gas goes to the small "pot" at the lower right where it is scrubbed prior to being used for fuel for the burners.

GUNBARREL TANK

A gunbarrel tank for treating oil. The emulsion enters the "gas boot" on top where gas is liberated and then drops into the tank through a specially designed "downcomer" and spreader system. The interface between oil and water is maintained by the external water lea attached to the right side of the tank. Gas from the tank goes through the inclined pipe to a vapor recovery compressor to be salvaged for fuel use.