By combining the benefits of a progressing cavity pumping principle with other technologies such as a grinder, screen, or control system, our company can work with you to achieve the packaged system for any application. Our team of certified engineers has the industrial expertise to provide a solution from start to finish. Our team will help you every step of the way from design, installation, and asset management.
Progressing cavity pump mine dewatering systems have been employed in the mining industry for over 30 years. This is a highly efficient, fully integrated pump package solution for reducing the total cost of a mine dewatering program. The pump is based on the Epsilon Pump’s PowerDrive™ transmission providing increase reliability with no wearing components between the drive end and the pumping element. This technology is backed by a 10 year warranty.
>> Halar coated PowerDrive™ transmission with 10 year warranty
>> Standard 316 SS, hard chrome plated (HCP) rotor
>> Stator is made of resilient, abrasion resistant, synthetic rubber
>> Purpose built bearing housing for arduous mining environments with lip seals, labyrinth rings and continuous greasing facility
>> High-quality, graphite gland packing
>> Unique gland arrangement which can offer up to three times the life on your drive shaft wear
>> Heavy duty mine spec motors
The multiphase fluid produced from many oil and gas wells is composed of varying ratios of oil, water, gas and in many cases, small amounts of sand and paraffin. Traditional multiphase fluid transfer involves the use of separation equipment and compressors at the wellsite or satellite to separate the oil, water and gas. The gas can be flared off and the separated fluids are then transferred via multiple pipelines, barges or trucks to a central processing station.
An older well is likely to have a gas volume fraction (GVF) which has increased over the years causing production to become marginal. The costs to install, operate and maintain the traditional multiphase fluid transfer equipment may not be justified by the production from the well or field.
Recently, efforts have been made to develop pumps capable of handling multiphase fluids. However, results indicate that most types of pumps are restricted by their inability to automatically adjust to rapidly fluctuating gas-to-liquid ratios. They can’t handle sand or other solids in suspension or efficiently pump fluids with varying API gravities. Many have a tendency to emulsify the fluid making separation much more difficult.
>> Uses a small electric motor that operates at slower speeds
>> The patented design handles high gas volume fractions without premature breakdown of the stator due to excessive heat build-up.
>> When compared to a new battery installation for a new or exisiting formation, the Moyno Tri-Phaze System costs less to install, maintain and operate, and is environmentally friendly.