Conventional Frac Equipment
Our NRG Pressure Pumping Technologies are dependable and customizable solutions engineered to meet the demands of harsh environments. As an OEM and technology specialist with more than four decades of experience, we solve complex challenges through innovation and engineering excellence. Our goal is to keep you operating reliably and efficiently in all environments, including extreme temperature and pressure conditions.
We develop customized solutions for our customers and configure equipment to reduce manpower and site footprint, control maintenance costs and extend equipment life – because downtime is not an option and safety is always a priority.
Our pressure pumping systems are integrated with smart technologies from our AMI Controls and Analytics group to provide hardware and software solutions that deliver more control and better information.
2500 Frac Pump Trailer
Our diesel-powered fracturing pumps are engineered for reliable performance in harsh well stimulation operations. The 2500 FPT can be fitted with a customer-specified Tier IV emissions engine, transmission and 2500 BHP power end pump and fluid end configuration. For customers needing more horsepower, a 3000 BHP power end pump can be incorporated.
Our units are equipped with AMI’s PumpLink, an advanced control system that provides automated, real-time and historical information on pump performance.
Built for easy operation, our trailer-mounted blender is designed for continuous duty and smooth mixing of fracturing slurries with varying proppants, liquid and/or dry chemical additives. With an output of up to 140 BPM, this high-performing blender is equipped with AMI BlenderLink, a process control system that provides centralized control, real-time monitoring and logging of the blender process.
Hydration units are designed to provide reliable and precise, instantaneous polymer hydration. The units have a capacity of up to 250 BBLS of hydration fluid and up to 1,100 gallons of toted proppant chemical. AMI’s HydrationLink system integrates with BlenderLink and automatically controls the blender tub level assuring proper hydration of fluids.
Liquid Additive System
The Liquid Additive System (LAS) incorporates an innovative lateral movement design of the chemical totes deck that allows operators to access a walkway along the center of the trailer for easier tank access. The LAS unit transports high volumes of chemicals to well-stimulation locations and utilizes robust chemical pumps precisely controlled by AMI’s ChemLink, an advanced control system.
The smart design of the C-Pump trailer helps customers who need to pump down well service tools. This gooseneck trailer design affords smaller service vehicles ease of towing and positioning on tight locations. The C-Pump trailer can also be used in-line as an emergency backup to the blender for flushing a wellhead. ChemLink software from AMI is used to provide precise results and data to assure control.
Data vans are mission control on well stimulation jobs. Remotely operating frac pumps, while monitoring well pressure, fluid rates, and concentration rates of sand and chemicals, is accomplished through DVCommand and AMIFRAX from AMI Controls and Analytics. DVCommand operates up to 32 pumps, two blenders, two hydration units, and two LAS units. Customer-specified control systems may be integrated into the data van.
Because everything we manufacture is customized for your applications, we can develop modular and flexible manifold designs to accommodate multiple wells, in any configuration, to assure continuous operations. Contact us today to determine how we can design a frac manifold system to help you achieve the best utilization of your fracturing operations.