Mud Treatment Equipment
Effective solids control can be attributed to the overall performance of all the components of the mud systems.
mud tank system
A mud tank is an open-top container, typically made of square steel tube and steel plate, to store drilling fluid on a drilling rig.
Desanders and desilters are solid control equipment with a set of hydrocyclones that separate sand and silt from the drilling fluids in drilling rigs.
Shale shakers are components of drilling equipment used in many industries, such as coal cleaning, mining, oil and gas drilling.
Drilling mud agiator
mud agitator is part of the drilling fluids solids control equipment, which is mainly used to agitate and mix the drilling mud to prevent solids particles from depositing in the circulating tank and to stabilize the performance of drilling fluids.
For a small amount of entrained gas in a drilling fluid, the degasser can play a major role of removing small bubbles that a liquid film has enveloped and entrapped.
A mud cleaner is a combination of desanders and/or desilters to remove drilled solids from mud.
A mud gun is designed for use in a solids control system of a drilling rig.
Mud additive system
A mud pump (sometimes referred to as a mud drilling pump or drilling mud pump), is a reciprocating piston/plunger pump designed to circulate drilling fluid under high pressure (up to 7,500 psi (52,000 kPa)) down the drill string and back up the annulus.
Drilling Mud Dewatering Unit provides a process of chemically enhanced configuration to remove the fine solids less than 5 microns from the water based drilling fluids.