The Rotoliptic pump combines the high efficiency and high viscosity benefits of a positive displacement pump with the high flow rate and solids handling of kinetic pumps.


This is a first for the pumping industry. This will make selecting a pump simpler and easier with less compromise in choice or requirement for specialty performance.


ELECTRIC SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS

Subsurface oil is pumped via electric submersible pumps (ESPs) to the surface. The harsh temperatures and multiphase (gaseous entrainment) strain on the electric motor leads to an average service lifetime in the ESP market of less than 2 years.

 

The high efficiency of the Rotoliptic pump reduces amperage in the motor drive and reduces exponential heat buildup; leading to a much longer service life. Without the use of rubber stators, the Rotoliptic pump is both high temperature suitable and multiphase compliant, enabling use in many ESP applications.


TRUCK TRANSFER

Crude oil is transported via pipeline, rail and trucks. The crude trucking market is dominated by low flow gear pumps with long fill times. These pumps are subjected to sand and fines and wear out prematurely within 5 months, often leading to hydrocarbon leakage with considerable clean up expense.

 

The Rotoliptic pump targets to double the flow rate yielding more loads per day, translating into hundreds of thousands of dollars in productivity gains per year. In addition, the Rotoliptic pump is targeting a 100% longer service life, saving downtime, service costs, and replacement fees. By increasing both flow rate and durability, Rotoliptic pumps will offer the highest yield at the lowest lifetime cost for midstream crude transfer markets.


ELECTRIC SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS

Subsurface oil is pumped via electric submersible pumps (ESPs) to the surface. The harsh temperatures and multiphase (gaseous entrainment) strain on the electric motor leads to an average service lifetime in the ESP market of less than 2 years.

 

The high efficiency of the Rotoliptic pump reduces amperage in the motor drive and reduces exponential heat buildup; leading to a much longer service life. Without the use of rubber stators, the Rotoliptic pump is both high temperature suitable and multiphase compliant, enabling use in many ESP applications.


TRUCK TRANSFER

Crude oil is transported via pipeline, rail and trucks. The crude trucking market is dominated by low flow gear pumps with long fill times. These pumps are subjected to sand and fines and wear out prematurely within 5 months, often leading to hydrocarbon leakage with considerable clean up expense.

 

The Rotoliptic pump targets to double the flow rate yielding more loads per day, translating into hundreds of thousands of dollars in productivity gains per year. In addition, the Rotoliptic pump is targeting a 100% longer service life, saving downtime, service costs, and replacement fees. By increasing both flow rate and durability, Rotoliptic pumps will offer the highest yield at the lowest lifetime cost for midstream crude transfer markets.