Rental Service

The oil and gas industry is thriving due to society’s reliance on oil and petroleum products. If you work in this market, you may be involved in finding, extracting, refining and selling oil and gas. These valuable resources are most commonly used as fuel, although they also have a variety of other uses.

When you work in the oil and gas industry, you need to consider a broad range of factors, including safety, regulatory compliance, job performance and efficiency. You may also need equipment like generators, material handlers, engines and pumps to get the job done.

Maintenance Service

Reciprocating Pumps

A positive displacement pump which utilizes a plunger or piston to change a cavity’s volume, and produce a pressure differential. A plunger pump operates using the reciprocating motion of plungers or pistons. Depending on the design of the pump, the use of a single or multiple plungers may be used.

How It Works

Action 1: The plunger or piston is pulled back. The action increases the volume of the cavity. As the cavity volume expands, fluid is drawn in through the inlet to fill the expanding cavity.

Action 2: The piston has reached it’s maximum displacement. Since it is not moving into or out of the cavity, fluid is not flowing through the inlet or the outlet.

Action 3: After reaching it’s maximum position, it is then pushed back into the cavity. During this process, the piston applies enough pressure to the fluid to overcome the pressure in the outlet of the pump. This pressure differential pushes the fluid from inside the cavity through the outlet of the pump.

Action 4: The piston reaches its maximum extension into the cavity. Here the volume of the cavity is at a minimum and fluid is not flowing through the inlet or the outlet. The next action repeats the process, starting again with action 1.

Centrifugal Pump

A centrifugal pump is a mechanical device designed to move a fluid by means of the transfer of rotational energy from one or more driven rotors, called impellers. Fluid enters the rapidly rotating impeller along its axis and is cast out by centrifugal force along its circumference through the impeller’s vane tips. The action of the impeller increases the fluid’s velocity and pressure and also directs it towards the pump outlet.

How It Works

The impeller is the key component of a centrifugal pump.  It consists of a series of curved vanes.  These are normally sandwiched between two discs (an enclosed impeller).  For fluids with entrained solids, an open or semi-open impeller (backed by a single disc) is preferred.

Oilfield valves maintenance

Valves are an essential component in the oil and gas industry, so it’s important that they are manufactured, installed and maintained to the highest quality to comply with strict industry regulations.

There are many types of valves that are used within the oil and gas sector, including Ball Valves, Butterfly Valves and Gate, Globe & Check Valves, which each serve an important purpose in an industrial pipeline.

Contracting Service

Pipeline Welding Activities

Welding is a skill used in many industries. From automotive fabrication to construction, having the skills to heat and fuse materials together can put you in all kinds of settings. One particular area of work that welders can explore is pipeline welding. Pipelines are a crucial part of the infrastructure of a city, transporting water, natural gas and more. Pipeline welders are responsible for installing and repairing this crucial network. If you have a desire to work with your hands and a love for working in the field — outdoors in most cases — then you may want to consider pursuing a path to become a pipeline welder. Keep reading to find out more about the job and how a background in welding can help you become a pipeline welder.

Pressure Vessel Manufacturing

Most often, pressure vessels, also called air pressure tanks or boilers, are mostly used for applications pertaining to the food and beverage, chemical, pharmaceutical, plastics and oil and fuel industries. They can also be used for heating and cooling. These pressure vessels are containers used to hold gases and liquids at different pressure, either low or high, but quite different from the ambient pressure. Examples of pressure vessels are glassware, autoclaves, compressed gas cylinders, vacuum, refrigeration, or custom-designed laboratory vessels.