with 3 Simple Well Service Technologies
1. PEMS = $512K SAVED BY BETTER UNDERSTANDING PUMP HEALTH TO AVOID FAILURES
Pump Electronic Monitoring System collects data from onboard sensors and alerts your operators to potential problems, like cavitation or valve leaks. That helps you avoid catastrophic failures, reduce downtime and get more out of maintenance-heavy power ends and fluid ends. BONUS: Use of public communication parameters means PEMS can integrate with all industry-standard controls. See more about PEMS here.
2. DTOC = $192K SAVED BY REDUCING THE AMOUNT OF FUEL USED ON PRODUCTIVE WORK
Dynamic Transmission Output Control automates tasks your operators usually perform by “feel” for much more precise operation, particularly in low-flow situations. Economy Mode chooses the most fuel-efficient gear and engine speeds to reduce fuel use. BONUS: Automated Stall Test Mode provides a safer, more accurate way to pressure test the well. Get more details about DTOC here.
3. EIRS = $320K SAVED BY REDUCING THE AMOUNT OF FUEL USED ON NONPRODUCTIVE IDLE TIME
Engine Idle Reduction System decreases nonproductive idle time by 60 percent, which cuts fuel consumption by 8.5 percent. Fewer working hours means less time and money spent on preventive maintenance. BONUS: Remote start lessens the need for people in the operation zone, enhancing safety. Learn more about EIRS here.
Talk to your Cat® dealer today about putting these three easy-to-use, money-saving technologies to work for your operation.
* Annual cost savings assume a 16-unit frac rig fleet.