Shale Shaker screen for oilfield


Shale Shaker screen for oilfield

Introduction

When drilling for oil, a drilling fluid is used both to make the drilling more effective and to remove cuttings and material from the well bore. This liquid, commonly referred to as “mud” . Since the mud is both environmentally harmful and costly it is continuously circulated in a closed loop system and stored on the rig/ship after the drill operation for future use.
These cuttings follow the mud flow to the rig where it is cleaned by a shale shaker machine and recirculated through the well bore. The shale shaker is a vibrating machine using a very fine mesh that separates the cuttings from the fluid. The mesh is often divided into six or eight sections, each mounted on a frame, called shale shaker screens.

Size & Configurations
Mesh up to 325mesh
Wire diameter from 0.03mm to 0.50mm
Screen type include flat screen, weave screen, framed flat screen and hook strip soft screen

Material
Stainless steel

Feature
Wear-resista
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Perforated metal mesh for battery mesh


Perforated metal mesh for battery mesh

Introduction
Perforated metal mesh are formed into troughs into which is placed the active material, a similar perforated strip is then placed over the original strip and the sides crimped together, forming an endless perforated pocket with the active material retained inside. These finished pockets are cut to suitable lengths and attached together by interlocking the crimps, the number of pockets and attached being determined by the height of the plate desired. A “U” frame of steel is then placed around the plate and the sides firmly crimped on. The result is a mechanically rugged plat with extremely low electrical resistance.

Size & Configurations
Plate thickness up to 0.5mm
Round hole diameter up to 2.0mm

Material
Stainless steel
Nickel
Copper
Aluminum

Feature
Strong corrosion resistance
Wear resistance, anti-oxidation
High tensile strength and tolerance capacity.
Holes and rows are evenly placed in accurate position
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