GET LONGER RUNLIFE, INCREASED RELIABILITY, AND CORROSION RESISTANCE
 

STANDARD ESP SYSTEMS

Standard electrical submersible pumping (ESP) systems use asynchronous motors and submersible pumps to lift fluid and gas from the reservoir to the surface. They are typically designed for moderate to heavy flow rates and come in a wide range of sizes.

Novomet began manufacturing complete standard ESP pumps and systems in 1995. We have constantly improved our pump and motor designs to offer a strong product family that stands up to challenging downhole conditions.

BENEFITS

Improves runlife


By moving the axial thrust bearing from the pump to the motor protector
Resists abrasion


With a compression design that protects the pump from gas and solids
Improves longevity in corrosive wells

With corrosion-resistant steel and alloy components



applications

  • Conventional wells
  • Standard casing sizes

capabilities

  • Flowrates from 94 to 39,625 bbl/d (15 to 6300 m3/d)
  • Fluid head up to 11,400 ft (3500 m)

features

  • Multiple pump types:
    • Floating
    • Semi-compression
    • Compression
  • Various pump configurations:
    • Centrifugal-vortex
    • Inverted centrifugal-vortex
    • Centrifugal
    • Inverted centrifugal
    • Centrifugal-axial
    • Centrifugal open type for high gas
Crew installing ESP, also called electrical submersible pump

The Novomet advantage

Get standard sizes from 3.19-in. (81-mm) systems up to 7.40-in. (188-mm) systems. Improve runlife with an option to place the axial thrust bearing in the motor protector instead of in the pump, and with a compression design that resists abrasion. Bearings and shaft materials use corrosion-resistant steels and alloys to improve longevity in corrosive wells.

 

Choose from three pump types:

  • FLOATING—Enables the pump impellers to float freely along the shaft to reduce the impact of hydraulic axial force on the thrust bearing
  • SEMI-COMPRESSION—Uses hubs to support the impellers and transfer axial force to the shaft and subsequently to the axial support in the protector, reducing thrust bearing loading
  • COMPRESSION—Transfers all axial force to the protector, protecting the pump from negative effects of gas and solids corrosion

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

3D render showing pump stages in a standard ESP

Size (RU)

Size

Capacity

Head

Efficiency rate

4

3.38 in.

226-1,510 bbl/d (@60Hz)

11,483 ft

39-61%

86 mm

30-200 m3/d (@50Hz)

3500 m

5

3.62 in.

113-4,151 bbl/d (@60Hz)

11,483 ft

31-67%

92 mm

15-550 m3/d (@50Hz)

3500 m

5A

4.06 in.

189-5,283 bbl/d (@60Hz)

11,483 ft

33-65%

103 mm

25-700 m3/d (@50Hz)

3500 m

6

4.49 in.

6,038-9,435 bbl/d (@60Hz)

11,483 ft

62-66%

114 mm

800-1250 m3/d (@50Hz)

3500 m

6A

4.84 in.

981-1,887 bbl/d (@60Hz)

11,483 ft

53-61%

123 mm

130-250 m3/d (@50Hz)

3500 m

8

6.77 in.

3,774-30,191 bbl/d (@60Hz)

8,202 ft

63-66%

172 mm

500-4000 m3/d (@50Hz)

2500 m

9

7.40 in.

37,739-47,551 bbl/d (@60Hz)

6,562 ft

70-72%

188 mm

5000-6300 m3/d (@50Hz)

2000 m

10

9.00 in

60,382-75,478 bbl/d (@60Hz)

4,921 ft

73-79%

229 mm

8000-10000 m3/d (@50Hz)

1500 m

 

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