Lubrication systems within the Oil and Gas Industry are designed for industrial applications where high workload is placed on the machinery in which it serves. The purpose of a lubrication system is to provide the appropriate lubrication quantity at the correct intervals, minimizing friction and wear and optimizing internal components to achieve maximum service life of equipment like a Urethane Roller and conveyor belts and lacing systems.
Auxiliaries are used to optimize cooling flow or stabilize pressure within a machine to maintain production through adverse conditions or lack of maintenance downtime (repairs); including casing vibration due to drilling mud being pumped down the well bore and other outside forces which can turbrulent a fluid like oil or water by using specific Flod Shields from Bird Technologies and others to provide easier on/off capabilities for manual valve adjustments of valves.
Connecting rod pumps are used as primary supply systems for tool joint grease and/or additional oil applications to downhole equipment in the Oilfield industry such as sucker rods and draglines while the 3rd axis of the auxiliary units are used for various pump controller controls and operating status displays for monitoring and remote diagnostics of any failures in operation causing line failure and loss of control of operations locally or not as the case may be.
Power Engineers are trained and certified to provide the Oil and Gas Industry service and expertise in the following areas:
- Hydro-Static Turbine Starter
- Fuel Systems for Turbines
- Lubrication Systems
- Service Manifolds
- Power generation lube oil systems per customer specification
- Hydraulic power units for decoking packages
- Dry gas seal systems and panels
- Run-down tanks
- Accumulator systems
- Interconnecting piping packages and manifolds
- Electrical control panels
- ASME Section IX certified pipe welders
- AWS D1.1 certified structural welders
- Compliant with global standards
- ASME code construction with U, UM, and UR stamps, ASME VIII, Div. 1 2015
- API 614 Chapters 1 & 2 Special Purpose
- API 614 Chapters 1 & 3 General Purpose
- API Plan 54 seal systems
- Electrical control panels and wiring for the explosion-proof rating (including ATEX)
- We can meet National Fluid Power Association specifications (NFPA) and American Petroleum Institute (API) specifications including certified sound studies utilizing the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) certified equipment.