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The measurement of the flow rate of drilling fluids is critically important for safe and effective oil field drilling and logging operations. Accurately measuring the balance of the drilling fluids as a system (barrels-in versus barrels-out) provides important information to the driller and mud logger, for example - Early warning kick detection - formation fluids flowing into the wellbore and up the drill string due to imbalance of hydrostatic pressures. More than one offshore rig has been lost due to an uncontrolled kick, known as a blow-out. Ultrasonic flowmeters turn what can be a very challenging measurement for traditional flow meter technologies into a managable one. Wide variations in the type of mud (water based, oil based, synthetic, emulsion), varying solids content, the type of solids and other factors requires flow meters that have the ability to measure drilling fluids with wide ranges of fluid viscosity, density, conductivity and resistivity, and the ultrasonic flow meter is filling this requirement.


Pumps & Compressors: Smart Products, Inc.
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Smart Products, Inc.

675 Jarvis Dr.
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Phone: 408-776-3035, 800-338-0404 (toll free)
Fax: 408-436-0744

Plastic check valves & hose fittings; liquid, air & vacuum pumps for low pressure, low flow applications. Food-grade, NSF-compliant & corrosion resistant materials available. Check valve features include modular design, over 16,000 configurations, cracking pressures of 1/10 to 17 PSI, minimum flow restriction, positive sealing, large selection of materials. Liquid pump has maximum 20 GPH flow, 20 PSI output pressure. Air pumps have maximum 20 SCFH flow, 4 PSI output pressure. Vacuum pumps have maximum 10 SCFH, 35" water vacuum.

Employees: 10-49
Business Types: Distributor, Manufacturer
Founded in: 1984
Market Reach: Western Europe, Asia, Australia, Europe, Canada, Mexico
Website: http://www.smartproducts.com

  

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