D1050N High-Efficiency REDA ESP Pump | Schlumberger

D1050N

High-efficiency REDA ESP pump

Target production rate: 300 to 1,650 bbl/d at 60 Hz [40 to 219 m3/d at 50 Hz]
Casing size: 4.5 in or larger
Abrasion-resistant bearing configuration for reliability in sandy wells and other demanding applications
Corrosion-resistant coatings and stainless steel construction for wells with H2S, CO2, and other corrosive conditions

Improve lift, efficiency, and reliability in oil wells

D1050N high-efficiency REDA ESP pump is a multistage centrifugal pump used in oil industry and nonindustry applications.

Each pump comprises a rotating impeller and a stationary diffuser that are designed to deliver hydraulic efficiency and optimal lift performance.

Bearing configuration, high-strength shafts, and factory shimming improve reliability and extend system run life in challenging applications.

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Wider vane openings and smoother flow patterns provide better hydraulic efficiency and gas- and abrasives-handling capabilities compared with radial-flow stages. As a result of extensive performance optimization using computational fluid dynamics (CFD), the pump delivers higher head per stage and greater hydraulic efficiency than any other mixed-flow pump at these production rates, reducing the power consumption and the number of stages required.

Cut workover costs by accelerating ESP installation

Factory shimming enables precise shaft setting to match REDA Maximus install-ready ESP motors and protectors and reduce installation time by at least 60%.

Patented ARZ abrasion-resistant tungsten carbide bearings and compression-ring construction provide advanced radial stability even in the most challenging conditions, minimizing vibration, ensuring smooth operation, and reducing wear. The compliant-mounted bearings repeatedly show less wear in tests and actual field performance over a wide range of well conditions as compared with alternative bearing materials.

D1050N pump curve for 60 Hz with sg = 1.
D1050N pump curve for 60 Hz with sg = 1.
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