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Centrallift ESP Equipment Catalog
by: Author(s) Unknown — Added 11/9/2009 12:00:00 AMWinkler Library - ESP Catalogs


This catalog contains information on the Centrilift ESP Equipment.

CentriLift Submersible Pumps Catalog
by: Author(s) Unknown — Added 11/10/2009 12:00:00 AMWinkler Library - ESP Catalogs


The Centrilift submersible is a multi-stage centrifugai
pumping unit, designed to pump large capacities
of fluid under a variety of well conditions.

It is ideally suited for installation over a wide range of depths in 4 1/2" U.D. and larger casing. The unit is composed of five basic components, each designed for maximum efficiency, minimum maintenance and
long life. They are: electric motor, seal section, centrifugal
pump, electric cable and switchboard. Fig. I
shows a typical Centrilift installation.

The Centrilift pumping unit is not only capable of
producing high fluid volumes at a low investment and
operating cost, but also is designed to resist sand,
paraffin, corrosion and scale. Since the vertical
downhole assembly is connected to the end of the
tubing string, the unit may be utilized in crooked
or slant drilled holes, It requires a minimum amount
of surface floor space and is inherently adaptable to
automation.

The unique exchange and rental policy offered

ESP Products and Services Catalog
by: Author(s) Unknown — Added 11/10/2009 12:00:00 AMWinkler Library - ESP Catalogs


Electrical Submersible Pump products and services provided by the Electrical Submersible Pump Company, Inc.

Reda Composite Products Catalog
by: Author(s) Unknown — Added 11/10/2009 12:00:00 AMWinkler Library - ESP Catalogs


Reda's electrical submergible pump (ESP) consists of a downhole pump
assembly, electric power cable and surface controls.

In a typical application, the pump is suspended on a tubing string and submerged in the well fluid.

The ESP has proven to be a versatile method of lift for wells producing from 100 to 95,000 BPD and operate
in every major oil field in the world.

Once considered to be economic only in high volume applications, the average Reda submergible is now
designed to produce less than 1000 BPD. Today, ESP's are being specified for many applications previously reserved for other types of
artificial lift due to new technology in component material and special
purpose products introduced by Reda.