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New Drilling Waste Dry-Off Technology Is Used to Treat Drilling Waste

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At present, there are many drilling waste management http://www.kosun.us/drilling-waste-management/ methods and devices with different treatment effects. Based on the conditions of various drilling sites at home and abroad, the primary and prevailing drilling waste management method is dry-off.

Drilling waste dry-off is to treat drilling waste by special equipment for dry-off and effectively reduce oil and water content in drilling waste, thus meeting statutory drilling waste discharge standards. The key equipment commonly used for drilling waste dry-off is Cuttings Dryer and Hi-G dryer.

KOSUN Vertical Cutting Dryer http://www.kosun.us/drilling-waste-management/vertical-centrifuge.html was designed to provide efficient throughput for high rop operations. Its high capacity processing provides substantial reduction to the oil-on-cuttings ratio to help meet compliance regulations for waste disposal. Maximum separation of solids and liquids can be achieved. Increased separation means increased fluid recovery, lower cost of replacement fluid and minimal waste to be transported and disposed of, going straight to your bottom line.

Hi-G dryer can also be used to recover oil-based, water-based and synthetic-based waste from drilling cuttings. Different number of Hi-G dryers can be equipped based on the conditions at drilling sites.LS584-D Hi-G shaker http://www.kosun.us/drilling-waste-management/hi-g-dryer.html independently developed and manufactured by KOSUN features in high G-force (adjustable), and superior screening and drying effect. The screen frame tilt angle can be adjusted from -1° to +5° via AWD angle adjustment system while drilling. The liquid content in cuttings after treatment can drop to below 10%, significantly reducing drilling waste discharge cost.

Now, a large amount of waste is generated on well sites and is left in waste pits, during oil exploration and production. In the rainy season, when the waste pits leak, overflow or are inundated by...

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