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Why develop a low-temperature drilling mud circulation system?

Feb 25, 2021

Country's continuous development of drilling business has promoted the gradual expansion of our country's drilling scope and fields. However, there are still many problems in some relatively special areas. Common special areas include: high-cold areas, and high-altitude areas. The main reason that affects drilling mud processing is extremely cold weather conditions, which causes many inconveniences and many difficulties in the work, especially in such cold working conditions. This seriously affected the progress of the normal work of drilling solids control equipment.
 
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In order to ensure that all parts of the drilling solids control equipment can be used normally under extremely cold weather conditions, it is necessary to continuously improve the entire working operation system of the drilling solids control and take thermal insulation treatment for it, because when the thermal insulation system participates, It can provide operators with very good working conditions, and can also ensure the normal work of the drilling solids control equipment in a low temperature environment, avoiding malfunctions and accidents during the work.
 
In order to meet the requirements of low-temperature drilling in polar regions (minus 40 degrees), KOSUN can produce low-temperature drilling mud circulation systems suitable for special regions according to the specific requirements of customers. KOSUN Environmental Protection closely follows the national policy, vigorously develops environmentally friendly sludge treatment and soil remediation equipment, combines shaker separation technology, centrifugal separation technology and fluid mechanics to solve the problem of solid-liquid separation in the environmental protection treatment of waste. Through the follow-up processing function, the emission of pollutants is reduced, the available resources are recovered and the local government emission standards and environmental protection requirements are met.