Fracturing pumps, popularly known as frac pumps basically create fissures in rock formations to permit hydrocarbons to rise to the surface. In other words, natural gas and petroleum rise through the fissures created by the fracturing action of frac pumps. This is achieved by fracturing the rock with fluid aimed at high pressure at the rocky formations in the depths of the earth. We at Shale Pumps help you to get a deeper understanding of the major uses of a Quintuplex Frac Pump in oil wells.
Creating rifts that are beneficial for a change
A Quintuplex frac pump is a stimulating and fracturing pump that creates fissures in the strata of the earth. This helps in the free flow of natural gas and petroleum from the depths of the earth. This fracturing helps to tap into more reserves faster by creating interstices in the rock and soil through high pressure fluid injection. The cracks are then kept open by aluminum oxide and sand etc.
Stimulating wells for better flow
A Quintuplex frac pump will help to stimulate oil wells for better production and flow rates. At Shale Pumps we understand the need for better viability from oil wells and hence have developed some of the best and most powerful frac pumps. Across America, a need has arisen to get better flow out of the oil wells. With increasing demand, it is possible that this need may extend to most of the oil wells.
Continuous and sustained operations with high pressure
Frac pumps are designed to operate almost continuously in a sustained manner. It is also important that these operations are at very high pressures. Shale Pumps with benchmarked standards and extensive experience in oil well drilling and completion equipment has developed possibly the best quintuplex frac pump the industry has seen. A rugged workhorse, with the capability to generate high pressure effortlessly, this frac pump can operate for long hours in the most difficult terrain.
Fracking pumps or frac pumps have taken oil exploration and production to higher levels, allowing wells to be more productive with this pathbreaking process.