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Fracturing - Stimulation pumps

A frac pump is a high-pressure, high-volume pump used in hydraulic fracturing treatments. Hydraulic fracturing is a well stimulation technique where fracking liquid (a mixture of mostly water and sand) is injected into rock formations at high-pressures, allowing for the extraction of natural oil and gas. Frac pumps have evolved throughout history to accommodate the increasing demand of pressure pumping services companies around the world as operators are required to push drilling into more complex geological formations to ensure supply.

How does a frac pump works?

A large suite of heavy-duty frac pumps are used to transmit a mixture of mostly water and sand down the well bore. This process fractures the rock and the fractures are filled with sand and fluid to prop them open. Fractures typically grow 200 to 400 feet. This provides the oil and gas a flow path into the wellbore.
 
Composition (fluid end, power end, mud pump parts)

 

  • Fluid End
  • Packing
  • Power End

Which applications:

  • Coiled tubing
  • Acidizing
  • Fracturing
  • Cementing
 
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