beam pumping unit

beam pumping unit

[′bēm ′pəm·piŋ ‚yü·nət]
(petroleum engineering)
A device used in sucker rod pumping which has a horizontal member (walking beam) that is worked up and down by a rotating crank to produce reciprocating motion.
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After the initial test, the well was immediately equipped with a beam pumping unit and permanently tied into Company-owned production facilities.
All wells are operating from a conventional beam pumping unit.
However, over the long-term application, the long-stroke with low-speed produces the best financial and mechanical advantages for the beam pumping unit.
will manufacture the panel, which controls a sucker rod beam pumping unit to lift oil from wells.
Currently the most widely used beam pumping unit system is shown in Fig.
Pump depth of 1700m, pump diameter (p32mm, the original single well beam pumping unit installed power was 22kW and 15kW; the equipment reduce the six wells installed power from the 120kW to 11kW, electric current 12-18A, and without balance weight, and it is running in good condition.
Installing fibre optics to all major new facilities and connecting over 200 beam pumping units with the ability to remotely control all the connected facilities;
Beam Pumping Units conversion from temporary electrical generators to permanent grid power;
The Lufkin foundry produces iron castings used to make Lufkin beam pumping units and Lufkin power transmission equipment.
The facility's primary purpose is to manufacture Lufkin's Beam Pumping Units, with the ability to produce over 1,100 units per year.
Makiro jam with material properties, hydropower energy and its future changes in the Upper Yangtze River Basin under climate change, applying feedback linearization control for optimal power tracking with energy in wind power generating system, and applying variable frequency speed control to beam pumping units based on mechanical properties in mechanical control engineering.
The Lufkin foundry produces industry-leading iron castings used to make renowned Lufkin beam pumping units and Lufkin power transmission equipment.