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Chemical Injection Units

Hydraulic System

The hydraulic system is supplied with pressure from four air hydro pumps; each capable of running individually, this provides an available pressure head of up to 7,500 psi from two headers

Fluid Reservoir

The unit is fitted with a large capacity stainless steel reservoir; filtration is catered for by two parallel filters fitted to the downstream pipework, change over valves allows a filter to be on standby at any one time. Fluid level can be easily monitored from the sight glass on the front of the tank. The tank supply line has a ball valve fitted to allow line isolation. An access hatch allows for visual inspection of the inside of the tank

Pulsation Dampers

The unit is fitted with four bladder type pulsation dampers, one per pump outlet

Air Hydro Pumps

Four high output, low maintenance, single air head, double acting air hydro pumps are used to supply fluid under pressure directly to the system

Pneumatic System

Air supply to the pumps is achieved by using large bore pipework. Filters and moisture traps are fitted to remove any impurities from entering the system. A recommended air supply of 90 psi is required to run the pump efficiently

Fire Suppression system

The system includes an 80 litre AFFF foam tank which is situated behind a fire barrier. There is enough foam concentrate to produce 22,000 litres of mixed foam. The ESD buttons and a sacrificial plastic pipe which is situated around the upper level of the unit hold a normally open solenoid valve in the closed position; they are supplied with air from a dedicated reservoir. If the air pressure drops, either by the push of a button, or a fire melting the pipe then the solenoid opens, this valve is linked to the rig water supply. The water passes through an inductor which draws AFFF foam out of the storage tank and mixes it with the water on its way to the sprinkler heads


The chemical injection unit has instrumentation that provides a 4-20 mA signal back to the PLC cabinet in the HPU. This consists of 4 pressure transducers that monitor the nitrogen buffer, the inlet air, header 1 and header 2 pressures. These readings are all duplicated by gauges that are mounted on the main control panel, with the exception of the nitrogen buffer which is located within the unit beside the nitrogen relief valve. A junction box provides an interface for a cable to run between the HPU and the CIU A level indicator is provided for a local visual indication of the tank fluid level

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