Aug 15

Solids control is the traditional product of GN Solids Control ever since GN’s establishment 12 years ago. And as all other Chinese manufacturers, GN’s products were mostly used for land rigs. But in recent years, as GN’s development and GN products’ improvement both in designs and in international certifications, GN’s equipment were accepted by more and more countries, even in Australia, Europe and USA, and, step by step, more and more offshore drilling contractors are using more and more GN equipment in their offshore platforms.
Just recently, GN finished a set of mud recycling system for an offshore contactor, as picture below. And this system is combined by full set of separation steps on a compact mud tank. Including:

  1. One set of shale shaker. GN has several optional shaker models, while mostly used for oil and gas drilling is GNZS703 and GNZS594, with 3 or 4 pieces of shaker screens. All GN shakers are equipped with composite material frame screens with long service life and accurate API numbers.
  2. GNZJ mud cleaner, a compact combination of desander and desilter, for separation particles of 70 microns and 40 microns, fed by centrifugal pumps.
  3. Centrifugal pumps for feeding the desander and desilter cyclones. GNSB Series centrifugal pumps are fully interchangeable with Misson Magnum pumps even in spare parts. And GN is using hard alloy for the main part of pump, like the pump casing and impeller for longer service life.
  4. Centrifugal degasser 1 set. Degasser is used to remove the bubbles inside drilling mud to protect the pumps or other equipment in next steps, and also help to increase the mud quality.
  5. Decanter centrifuge, for separating out the particles from 2 to 5 microns.

Above mentioned equipment are located on a mud tank with compact structure to ensure the easy transportation. Below the tank, there’s a screw conveyor for collecting the discharges.
If you need such system or similar system, please contact GN, we have professional engineers to give the most suitable design for your projects.


written by shale shaker

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