Sand Well Recovery Sucker Rod Pump
- For now, there are a few technologies about how to solve the sand problem during oil recovery production, like chemical anti-sand technology, mechanical anti-sand technology and adopting a hydraulic jet pump to flush out sand. Today, I would like to introduce one special downhole pump developed by Sanjack. Hope they can help you get an idea about how a downhole pump can control sand during production. Now you can take a look at sand control sucker rod pump of Sanjack. Some of our special designed pumps for sandy wells：
◆ Isodiametric-plunger pump
◆ Anti-sand pump for heavy oil
◆ Sand-scraping pump
◆ B type anti-sand centralizing sucker rod pump
◆ Long plunger and sand stuck prevention pump
Sand Well Recovery Sucker Rod Pump Manufacturers and Suppliers
Heavy Oil Recovery.
Sand control tubing pump is suitable for wells with the viscosity of crude oil less than 4000Mpa.s.
The oil well pump can realize the integrated operation of steam injection, oil recovery, and sand control.
Sand stuck prevention
Sanjack has developed a variety of sand control downhole pumps that can effectively prevent sand stuck.
Long Service Life
Sand control insert pump can effectively reduce the pump barrel and plunger wear (caused by sand), improve the service life.
- Suitable for deep wells within 2900m
- Suitable for wells with sand cut≤2%
- Prevent sand stuck to plunger
- Reduce the wear between plunger and barrel
- Short barrel, long plunger, anti-abrasion.
- Suitable for sand cut ≤3.2%.
- Viscosity of crude oil less than 4000Mpa.s
- Sand cut less than 1.2%；
Sand is a frequent visitor for oil recovery. Some oilfields have high cut while some have a low cut. But no matter how much content the sand takes, we should never ignore its influence during oil production. So what influence will the sand exactly bring to us? The following are just some examples:
1). Sand will bury the sucker rods when stopping the pump. It will cost us a lot of operation time.
2). The sand in the clearance between barrel and plunger will result in stuck or scuffing on the barrel and plunger, greatly reducing the pumping efficiency.
3). The sand will increase the abrasion of the barrel, plunger, standing valve, and traveling valve, which will greatly reduce their service life.
From above 3 items we can see, sand can really bring a lot of harm to our equipment, pumping efficiency and operation time.