New frac pump The new SPM Destiny QWS 2800 frac pump comes with patent-pending Duralast fluid end technology designed to double the life of Fort Worth-based S.P.M. Flow Control Inc. fluid ends. With 2,800-rated input bhp and 273,000 lb maximum rod load rating, this pump is ready for harsh pumping applications, the company says. A 10 in. stroke delivers higher flow output and improved overall pump operation when compared with an 8 in. stroke equivalent pump, the firm ploints out. The pump has a one-piece stay rod design that connects the fluid end directly to the power frame for enhanced durability and operation. The high horsepower rating, coupled with the pump's output capability, means...

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