Sep 30, 2014
To prevent the vibrating hoses on your oilfield mud circulation systems from failing, you must examine and understand the relationship between your hoses and your conventional gas charged pulsation dampeners. Vibrator hoses are built for static transfer applications, to transport mud from the discharge side of a mud pump to the standpipe on the derrick. They’re not designed to handle the high-pressure surges created by today’s larger and more powerful mud pumps. If your vibrator hoses are repeatedly failing, it may be because they’re trying to do the job of pulsation dampeners. Download Gates free white paper to learn more about how you can solve this common, yet complex, problem.
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