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  • #4402

    Anonymous

    decoking jet pump alternatives
    From: gogary
    Category: Reliability
    Date: 03 Jan 2004

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    we have one decoking jet pump in our coker, it has a mechanical problem that needs more than 4 days to repair, did any one operate coker without decoking pump, we think we have to shut the unit down, but we need to know how the others think in the same problem. please provide us with any experience in this matter. thanks for your help.

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  • #7886

    Anonymous

    From: thiosolver
    Category: Process
    Date: 02 Apr 2004

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    We hired high-pressure pumps mounted on red trucks from an unnamed oilfield service company to supply cutting water during a pump outage.

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  • #7885

    Anonymous

    From: james.arney@valero.com
    Category: Process
    Date: 07 Jan 2004

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    you can rent one if you have available flange connections. Contact Hydrochem. They have a doube diesel rig that can provide you the flow and pressure needs. Its not cheap however it beats selling 6 oil if you are running into tank containment issues.

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  • #7019

    Anonymous

    We use a company that specifically purchased truck mounted pumps for short term use while your pump is out.
    They are located in Houston and called DISC. We have used them several times quite effectively

  • #6546

    Anonymous

    Gentlemen,

    Hydrovac Services in Texas has multiple 2250 hp diesel trailers mounted pumping units available which are ideal for this type of work. We’ve done multiple jobs throughout North America and have highly competitive rates with immediate response times. Additionally, we have regularly subcontracted for DISC performing this type of work. We’d be more than happy to discuss your individual needs and give you a detailed proposal for emergency or scheduled jet pump outages.

    (866) 247-1086

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