Daya Maxflo is the technology representative in Asia Pacific (Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar,  Brunei, South Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Japan and the Philippines) to perform the dynamic desander job for oil and gas.

What is Dynamic Desander?

Sand production is an increasing problem as fields age, reducing productivity and increasing wear on both plant and equipment. Therefore it’s crucial to find reliable, cost-effective solutions for removing sand from the liquid stream before processing – emptying a rig’s test separator could take a couple of days, at enormous cost.

The Dynamic Desander (DDS) from BRI Cleanup is the answer – a highly efficient tool for reducing solids carryover to downstream equipment which can keep working when our competitors’ equipment cannot. Plus, its small footprint means installation is easy.

Can be used in:

  • Flow Assurance (Continue desanding while production)
  • Well-process applications
  • Well-intervention applications
  • Drilling applications
  • Subsea applications
  • Well testing
  • Pigging operations
  • Waste treatment

No pressure drop to work – accuracy, efficiency, reliability

The unique design of the DDS enables it to constantly monitor accumulated solids and operate at optimum efficiency, regardless of the level of pressure, flow, oil, gas and particles. Unlike some systems, it needs no pressure drop to work.

No flaring required

The DDS can operate continuously so flaring is not necessary, a factor that could mean the securing of carbon credits. There is no need to stop operations when the unit’s main collection tank is full.

The DDS can be emptied without affecting any work in progress, which only takes about a minute to do. Meanwhile, solids are still deposited in the lower part of the collection tank.

 

BRI Cleanup

 

BRI bought AGR Cleanup from AGR in March 2013 along with AGR Well Services and Fjell Industries. The three companies are sited together in Straume Næringspark on the island Sotra outside Bergen.

Our fleet of Dynamic Desanders have been used by the oil industry since 2003 and will in 2013 exceed 10 units for wourld wide operations.