Conventional Artificial Lift Methods
Electrical Submersible Pump
Reservoir fluid treatment while ESP operation to prevent formation of scales.
Supplied with down-hole telemetry sensor and to be attached to motor base.
Proven high scale protection.
No limitations on flow rate and WC.
Operating parameters monitoring with VSD.
Fluid flow rate increase due to reducing fluid viscosity.
Possibility to use in remote areas.
Down Hole Sensor,Flow Meter And Anti-Scaling System
IRZ TMS-R flow metering downhole monitoring system includes additional remote downhole unit that measures flow rate, pressure and temperature of production fluid passing through the unit. Unlike spinner type systems, the flow meter implements the method of vortex flow measurement without moving parts and it has a wider range of the flow rates measurements., The emitter generates alternating electro-magnetic field which affects structure of salt crystals in fluid. As a result, salt is not deposited on metal surfaces of downhole equipment. The field is acting along the whole length of the well.
Sucker Rod Pump & Accessories
Improve production reliability downhole with a better selection of sucker rods, polished rods, and downhole accessories. Available from our strategically located stocking facilities, our new and reconditioned sucker rods are designed for a range of loads and downhole well conditions, with different metallurgies and physical capabilities to handle even the most corrosive environments and deepest wells. These high-quality rods eliminate common connection issues, thereby reducing the need for multiple well interventions and loss of production.
Progressive Cavity Pump
A progressive cavity pump is a type of positive displacement pump and is also known as a progressing cavity pump, progg cavity pump, eccentric screw pump or cavity pump. It transfers fluid by means of the progress, through the pump, of a sequence of small, fixed shape, discrete cavities, as its rotor is turned.
When a pump is under low pressure or high vacuum conditions, suction cavitation occurs. The pump is being "starved" or is not receiving enough flow. When this happens, bubbles or cavities will form at the eye of the impeller.