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All-metal progressing cavity pump handles hot fluidsHere’s the Vulcain progressing cavity pump, a new product with an all-metal design that is capable of pumping hot (as high as 660° F.) and viscous fluids. It’s suited for use in thermal recovery of heavy oil.The company says that the rotary action of its pump outperforms beam pumps in overall system efficiency and is less fragile than electric submersible pumps. The pump provides low submergence production capability and can operate at low downhole pressures and higher viscosities. Click here to enlarge imageThe pump’s seals reduce the risk of on-site leakage, and the compact installation footprint reduces its visu...

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