bottom-hole pump

bottom-hole pump

[′bäd·əm ¦hōl ‚pəmp]
(petroleum engineering)
A pump installed near the bottom of a well to lift well fluids; may be a rod pump, high-pressure liquid pump, or a centrifugal pump.
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The majority of these wells are down because the bottom-hole pump needs to be replaced.
today announced the receipt of a significant order for fifty sets of Petrovalve Plus(R) bottom-hole pump valves, to be installed in the 320-pumping- well Morichal heavy oil field in the prolific Orinocas Belt of eastern Venezuela.