RECOVERY OF CEMENT RETURN DURING CEMENTATION (LAKE)
The service consists of preventing a valve in the surface casing from being opened during cementation to check whether or not the cementation was effective, thus causing the cement to spill and fall into the lake, causing serious damage to the ecosystem.
The URCE unit is a hopper that is placed around the surface casing so that when the valve is opened to check the effectiveness of cementation, the cement falls into the hopper and is sucked up by our centrifugal pump and returned to the cementing barge, where it is taken to the appropriate sites for disposal or reuse.
The unit called URCE (Cement Return Collection Unit), consists of: Hopper, Hopper Protector, 4” x 4” Centrifugal Pump coupled to an explosion-proof electric motor and all hoses and connections? 4” necessary to execute the service.