Suck Dangerous Gas from Fluids-Vacuum Degasser

GN Vacuum degasser is a special equipment for purifying drilling fluid. Vacuum degasser plays an important role in drilling fluid viscosity and stability of drilling fluids density. Even the drilling fluids does not contain harmful gases, it could work as a big mud agitator

GN Vacuum Degasser

Vacuum Degasser Working Principle:

Firstly, the vacuum pump suction is generated in the negative pressure zone sealed container, under negative pressure, the fluids will be sucked by the tube into the hollow shaft of the rotor, By the collision between drilling fluids and units, the dangerous gas within fluids will be pump to be discharged into the safety zone . the fluids will flow back to the mud tank. Therefore, the vacuum is able to complete separate the harmful gas and recovery the drilling fluids.

The feature of vacuum degasser

1 uses negative pressure degasser, reasonable design structure of science, to achieve effective gas-liquid separation, filter out impurities, ensure the exhaust pipe is always smooth;

2 using a belt drive, avoiding the complicated gear mechanism to ensure long working hours;

3 water ring vacuum pump(used on the decanter cenfuge) in the work process, always in isothermal state for flammable gas pumping, safe and reliable performance;

4 degassing efficiency is over 95% and maximum kick out the dangerous gas

GN Solids America degasser is a self-contained unit, which suck the fluids by itself. GN degasser is monitored by level sensor to protect over sunction of the fluids.

GN Solids America is the first API & ISO certified solids control supplier in China. We fabricates a full line of products for the solids control industry including shaker screens, mud cleaners, dryer shakers and closed loops system. GN is dedicated to remove impurities and recover reusable drilling fluid, transfer the recovered drilling fluid to and ultimately return it to our clients mud tank. Give us a call, GN will give you more option.

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