Nov 04

Just last week, GN Solids Control has finished a compact mud recycling unit, with full steps for separation for one of the largest oil giants in China. This system is to be transported to the jobsite by end of this year.

This system has 4 steps of separation, including:

1. GNZS703F. Shale shakers are always the first step for separation, because of GN shakers’ high G force and accurate API complied shaker screens, this shale shaker can efficiently separate out all particles larger than 100 microns, there in hence to help with prolonging the service life of the centrifugal pump after the shaker.

2. GNZJ703F-1S8N Mud Cleaner. Mud cleaner is a combined machine of desander and desilter, at a smaller foot print. It uses interchangeable shaker screens as GNZS703F, 2 centrifugal pumps are used to feed the desander and desilter respectively.

3. GNSP series Centrifugal pumps are also GN’s own products. For material choosing, GN used the high quality anti-weary material as pump body material by hard ductile iron alloy, and the main pump body is thicker than other manufacturers’. All GNSB series centrifugal pumps are using stainless steel mechanical seals.

4. Tank and skid for above mentioned equipment. Above mentioned equipment are located as 2 blocks. One block is a skid with lifting and anchoring corners just as a 20ft container, and the shale shaker and mud cleaner are located in the skid during transportation and operation. That design facilitates the operator for transportation or lifting the whole skid onto a tank, no to adjust each equipment or pipeline’s position.

5. A tank with compartments are designed to storage the mud from the shaker and from the desander/desilter. On below the tank, there are some slots for installing the centrifugal pumps. The whole outsize of the tank is also same as a 20ft container with container corners for lifting.

GN mud recycling system

GN mud recycling system

 

 

 

Besides the shale shaker and mud cleaner, there is another block for the dewatering centrifuge, please contact GN Solids Control for more information or wait for next week’s blog.

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