High-Efficiency ESP Pumps
Select from an array of electric submersible pumps for a wide variety of flow rates.
Significantly increase pump life in abrasive environments—specifically sand-producing wells—with the D1050N low-flow-rate mixed-flow pump, a component of REDA electric submersible pump (ESP) systems.
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.
Factory-shimmed high-strength shafts increase the pump's reliability. Factory shimming allows the shafts to be set precisely at the factory and combined with the REDA Maximus ESP motors and protectors.
The D1050N pump features a front-seal design to minimize sand trapping and reduce abrasive wear—the primary cause of increased internal recirculation and loss of hydraulic performance—to extend the pump life.
A unique mixed-flow-stage solution for wells producing less than 1,000 bbl/d of liquid.
ESP-related advances from Schlumberger—a dual ESP system provides either a backup in the case of primary pump failure or an improved solution for multizone production, enhanced modeling software that assists in the design of ESP and gas lift systems, and to monitor artificial lift system performance, a proprietary interpretation technique provides real-time flowrate without the need to retrofit additional hardware in the field, with the exception of downhole ESP gauges and SCADA.