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Tried, tested, tailored, trusted – the EnerQuip way

© Supplied by EnerQuipFully rotational machine.
Fully rotational machine.

EnerQuip’s portfolio offers market-leading solutions all over the world. But no matter what and where you see an EnerQuip machine you can be sure of one thing – it has been individually tailored to exactly what the client needs.

By working in partnership with and listening closely to each and every client, the team is able to right-size each and every piece of kit, thus ensuring a bespoke service which exceeds expectations first time, every time.

Whilst the range on offer is broad, some of the most popular features in the toolbox include:

Fully rotational (FR) machine

The fully rotational (FR) machine is the premier choice when it comes to threaded oilfield drilling and completions connections and is specifically tailored towards premium connections such as VAM and Tenaris.

With the ability to record torque as low as 100 ft.lbs – the lowest on the market – EnerQuip’s FR is also capable of achieving a maximum torque range of up to 250,000 ft.lbs giving exceptional scope to deal with a wide range of project requirements.

As well as a clamp range from 2.3/8” to 30” if required, this portfolio staple is also available with a plethora of accessories such as hydraulic support stands that can be automatic to improve efficiency and, uniquely, remember set height parameters. Some 100mm of offset are allowed thanks to full floating heads whilst top opening tailstocks are available to improve loading efficiency and reduce manual handling.

These machines are also fully networkable to aid remote diagnostics and support.

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Stroking machine.

Stroking machine (SM)

Used for threaded drilling connections, the SM machines also record the lowest on the market at under 500 ft.lbs and have broad clamp range from 2.3/8” to 15” or 18”. The ability to operate through a 40-degree angle of head rotation sets EnerQuip’s SM apart as one of the most efficient on the market.

A range of accessories such as hydraulic support stands that can be automatic can be added for improved efficiency in the system which also boasts the unique ability to remember set height parameters.

With push/pulls capable of 65,000lbs of force and spinners that operate to 1400 ft.lbs of torque and 58 RPM, top opening tailstocks improve loading efficiency and reduce manual handling and the SM is fully networkable to aid remote diagnostics and support.

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Mobile torque unit.

Mobile torque unit (MTU)

In spite of the global pandemic, EnerQuip’s drive to innovate continued unabated and 2021 brought the development and deployment of the company’s ground-breaking MTU for the rig side mobile torque makeup of drill pipe and casing in the Middle East.

The latest addition to the product line is now much in demand, not least because it is capable of making up range three casing doubles and drillpipe triples and is able to run fully automated thereby reducing manpower and improving safety and efficiency.

With a clamp range from 2.3/8” to 22” and a climate-controlled operator cabin, the MTU is torque capable up to 130,000 ft.lbs and can hit the ground running due to its remarkable ability to be operational in under four hours from equipment arriving onsite.

It can be paired with any manufacturer’s catwalk for delivery of casing and drillpipe to drill floor and is capable of rig side teardown of drill string components, and BHA makeup.

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