sucker-rod pump

sucker-rod pump

[′sək·ər ¦räd ‚pəmp]
(petroleum engineering)
A cylinder-piston-type pump used to displace oil into the oil-well tubing string, and to the surface.
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R&M Energy Systems has released the Guardia[TM] Sucker-Rod Pump Controller SRP[TM] as an addition to the Guardian product line of effective digital solutions for production control.
A full spectrum of workover procedures, including cleaning of well bore, hydraulic fracturing and lowering of deep sucker-rod pump, was undertaken in the well.
It is almost 75 % of the one million wells utilizing artificial lift are run with a sucker-rod pump.
Brown (1982 and Rowlan et al, (2007) indicated that the sucker-rod pump, shown in Fig.
The action of the sucker-rod pump is presented in Figure 4 through a dynamometer card, assisting the following detailed explanation as shown by Rowlan et al (2007).