Graco launches new line of chemical injection solutions
Graco has launched a new line of chemical injection equipment for use in the midstream and upstream sectors of the oil and natural gas markets.
The new internally designed and developed product line includes durable pumps, advanced controllers, and accessories to dispense, control, and monitor numerous chemical fluids used to keep oil and natural gas pipelines and wellheads flowing freely in most operating and weather conditions.
The AC & DC Wolverine pump line includes hundreds of variations of solar-operated and electrically-operated pumps and packages to meet the needs of operators primarily in the upstream and midstream oil exploration markets.
Wolverine chemical injection pumps reduce atmospheric emissions while providing a greater level of flow control when used with Graco injection rate controllers.
Designed for durability, the injection pumps feature newly designed pump lowers with up to 25 times higher sealing capability, Graco says.
The pneumatically operated Python line-up of chemical injection pumps includes numerous configurations of models to accommodate the pressure and volume requirements often experienced in the upstream and midstream industry.
Python pumps are well-suited for applications in tough environments and can operate from regulated natural gas or compressed air.
The Python line offers lower costs of ownership, are easy to operate, and consume up to 50% less air.
They feature rugged internal components and timing valves designed for several years of operation before replacement.
Graco’s Harrier line of controllers offer new capabilities to monitor chemical injection pump units in the field from remote locations.
Among their many advantages, the Harrier line provides substantial operational cost savings as well as access to accurate and immediate operational data.
The new Harrier controllers are affordable and will work with Graco’s new chemical injection pumps as well as competitive offerings, providing the end user an opportunity to upgrade existing systems already in the field.