PORTABLE TROLLEY MOUNTED TEST UNITS
These Test Units consist of a single pump mounted on a frame and wheel assembly. Inflatable wheels allow these Test Units to be easily transported to and from the test site. Pressure ratings are limited to 5,000 and 6,000 PSI due to weight considerations SKID MOUNTED TEST UNITS (WITHOUT TANK)
These Test Units provide versatile service in all static, high pressure testing applications. Equipment can be safely tested up to 30,000 PSI with its compact easy to operate design. They include high pressure air operated pumps, valves and fittings to ensure trouble-free operation. They also include all necessary controls and safety devices as well as connections for the air and fluid supply lines. SKID MOUNTED TEST UNITS (WITH TANK)
Self Contained, Tank Mounted Test Units consist of the basic skid-mount with a 50 gallon reservoir and 1/2 inch four-way control valve. This added feature provides convenient control for testing valves. Tests up to 30,000 PSI can be conducted quickly and safely. Using a separate circuit, high volume and low pressure can be created to test valves or the open and close operation of a preventer CUSTOM TEST UNITS
These Test Units are designed according to customer requirements. These unique designs can include control panels, ultra high pressure testing and such customizations based on customer needs BOP CONTROL UNIT MOUNTED TEST UNITS
This style of Test Unit offers the convenience of being incorporated into the air operated pump assembly of the BOP control system. These units utilize the discharge of one of the BOP control systems pumps as the supply to the high pressure pump. The suction line is modified to include a supply connection for testing.
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