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Bulk Plant
The Bulk Plant Silos store large volumes of dry cementing material. The bulk scale tank is used for the transfer of material and is equipped with an Electronic Scale System to ensure loading accuracy.

The Blend Tank is used to batch cement before it gets loaded onto the truck for quality assurance of the blend.  The Additive Hopper allows dry additives not stored in bulk silos to be added to the blend. All blends are carefully calculated and weighed out for each job.






Cement Lab
Our Cementing Lab allows for the testing of our blends to provide quality assurance to our customers.  Tests performed are HPHT Fluid Loss, Ultrasonic Cement Analyzer, Viscometer, Atmospheric Consistometer and Automatic Consistometer.






Field Storage Bin
The Field Storage Bin is equipped with 4-400 cubic foot tanks capable of storing 1600 cubic feet of product. This allows the storage of large volumes of cement on location. It is equipped with hydraulic legs for lifting/lowering the unit off of the truck safely, rather than the conventional way of winching the bin off and on the truck for hauling.

This is unit is great for land as well as inland water jobs.






Unit #8
Unit 8 is powered by 2-Cummins QSX15 665hp Turbo Diesel engines and 2- 6061 Allison Transmissions.

Twin Axon HD Triplex pumps with 4 ½” plungers for a maximum working pressure of 11,400 psi.

Maximum pump rate at low pressure will be > 12 bpm. Both Triplex pumps are equipped with adjustable Over-pressure Shutdown system that drop the engines to idle and shift the transmission to neutral.

Pump rates, volumes, pressure, and density are recorded and displayed on a Falcon-X6 data acquisition software.

Fluid pick up and transfer is provided by 2-5x4 hydraulic driven centrifugal pumps that are piped to work independently or in unison with the 2-10 barrel Stainless Steel displacement tanks.

Cement is mixed in an 8 barrel Stainless Steel Mixing tub, with the density measured by Rosemount Flowmeter.

Unit 8 is equipped with 2-5x6 centrifugal pumps one for the re-circulation of the slurry and the second pump to pressurize the tri-plex suctions or perform back-up mixing duties.






Unit #3
46 ft. Trailer Mounted Cement Unit #3.

Western Rough Rider 500 Triplex 10,000# M.A.W.P.  Pump powered by Detroit 6V-92T/750 Allison Transmission.

Air and Hydraulic system driven by Detroit 471T, 8 barrel stainless steel re-circulating cement mixing tank with density control monitored and recorded via Micro Motion NRD Technology.

Direct fluid measurement is from  2 (10 barrel stainless steel tanks).

Self-contained 300 sack bulk cement tank.

PI 2000 data acquisition system to record and plot, rate/pressure and density.
 







Unit #4
Unit #4 has been completely refurbished! We recently replaced and re-routed much of the piping, and we completely overhauled the electrical system. While we were at it, we made access to the control area of the unit more user friendly. Unit 4 has been tested and put back in the field.

Unit 4 is powered by 2- 60 Series 475 BHP Detroit Diesel engines for the power supply of the “on demand” hydraulic system and the triplex pump packages via Allison HT750DR transmissions. Tri-plex pumps are MSI 600 equipped with 3 ½” plungers for a maximum working pressure of 10,400 psi. With this configuration, this unit will be able to provide > 500 HHP total. Maximum pump rate at low pressure will be > 10 bpm. Triplex pumps are equipped with individual shut down that can be set to a desired pressure and will drop the engines to idle and shift the transmission to neutral. Pump rates and total volumes are digitally displayed on both the main console and the PI 2000 recorder display and data acquisition. Fluid pick up and transfer is provided by 2- 2x3 hydraulic driven centrifugal pumps. These are piped to work independently or in series using an overboard fluid source or from the dual 10-barrel Stainless Steel displacement tanks. These pumps can also pressurize the suctions for the tri-plex pumps as needed. Cement is mixed in an 8 barrel Stainless Steel averaging tank with a Coriolis flow meter/ Densitometer. The slurry is re-circulated through the mixer and High Energy head with a hydraulic driven 5x6 centrifugal pump and supported by a second 5x6 pump to pressurize the tri-plex suctions or perform back-up mixing duties.






Unit #5
Unit #5 has an MSI 10,400 psi pump package with a 60 series Detroit Power package. This unit has stainless steel displacement and mixing tanks built not only for looks but longevity of service. The unit is capable of continuous mixing cement monitored by a Coriolis Densitometer and Flow measurement system. This unit has its own cement bottle mounted on the same trailer or it can mix from additional outside sources such as a bulk cement trailer. The cement unit has a 300 horse power pony engine to support the hydraulic power pack which powers the 3 centrifugal pumps used for feeding fluids to the displacement tanks, tri-plex pump and the continuous high energy cement mixer along with the low pressure high volume air supply for the bulk cement bottle. All jobs are monitored and recorded with the onboard PI 2000 data system






Unit #6
Unit #6 is a 15,000 psi single pump trailer mounted unit.  As with tradition, the main engine package is a series 60 Detroit and separate hydraulic pony engine package.  The displacement tanks are 10 bbl each and piped to support both gravity and pressurization of the Triplex pump package.  There are 2 centrifugal pumps to supply mixing and overboard loading capabilities. Although the unit does not have cement mixer on board, cementing can be preformed utilizing a 25 bbl batch mixer. All jobs are monitored and recorded with the onboard PI 2000 data system






Unit #7
Unit #7 has an MSI 10,400 psi pump package with a 60 series Detroit Power package. This unit has stainless steel displacement and mixing tanks built not only for looks but longevity of service. The unit is capable of continuous mixing cement monitored by a Coriolis Densitometer and Flow measurement system. This unit has its own cement bottle mounted on the same trailer or it can mix from additional outside sources such as a bulk cement trailer. The cement unit has a 300 horse power pony engine to support the hydraulic power pack which powers the 3 centrifugal pumps used for feeding fluids to the displacement tanks, tri-plex pump and the continuous high energy cement mixer along with the low pressure high volume air supply for the bulk cement bottle. All jobs are monitored and recorded with the onboard PI 2000 data system.















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