Removing detrimental drilled solids from the mud system is one of the most important phases of the well delivery process.
Failure to properly control solids can increase the mud density above its desired weight, contributing to detrimental effects on many areas of the drilling process.
We provide a range of solids control systems that allow the viscosity and density of drilling mud to be precisely maintained; increasing the drilling penetration rate; extending the life of drill bits and pump parts and reducing overall operational costs.
Our solids control units separate solids from drilling mud by utilizing accelerated g-force and/or screen separation and are equipped with centrifuges, mud shakers and tanks for storing and processing mud.
With the advancement of new technology and innovative processes, the industry and the world now have access to large recoverable oil and gas reserves that can be drilled and hydraulically fractured. These unconventional resources give growing industries and economies the natural resources capable of powering us into the future.