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EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION

Acid Kill Tractors consist of a chassis, pump, hydraulic system, all necessary valves, and controls for normal well servicing operations.  The triplex pump will be powered by the road engine via a transfer case.  The mixing and charge pumps will be powered hydraulically.  All well service operations can be accomplished via in-cab controls and monitoring system.

TRUCK CHASSIS

Chassis built to customer specification. Frame to be stretched to proper length and double framed with transfer case installed.

TRIPLEX PUMP

OPI style triplex pump.  Plunger size of choice.  One (1) set of standard maintenance tools.

CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS & HYDRAULICS

Two (2) centrifugal pumps for product suction and boosting the triplex pump.  Centrifugal pumps will be hydraulically driven.  The hydraulics will be powered by the road transmission.

CONTROL AND MONITORING SYSTEM

All well functions will be operated from the control panel installed outside the cab. The control panel can include, but is not limited to the following controls:

  • Pump discharge pressure
  • Pump rate total meter
  • Pump rate flow meter
  • Variable throttle control
  • Controls for remote air actuated valves
  • Suction centrifugal pump pressure with speed control
  • Boost centrifugal pump pressure with speed control
  • Triplex lube pressure gauge
  • Triplex lube temperature gauge
  • Hydraulic oil temperature gauge
  • Work lights switch

SIDE SADDLE TUB

Optional: Side saddle tub for rock salt and chemical additives. 1 bbl capacity. Adequate jetting and circulating system for mixing rock salt or other chemicals.  Baffles for flow direction and circulation. Safety sand grate.  Easy access for cleaning with 2″ bottom drain.

ACID TRANSPORT

The fluid handling system includes up to three (3) compartments, 4,000 or 5,000 gallon trailer mounted acid transport, which can be utilized to convey acid to and from the well site.  This unit is internally coated and designed to meet DOT 412 specifications.