Spring 2018

Cool mud packs a punch for Scan Tech AS

Scan Tech AS has designed and produced a sophisticated new mud cooling product.

Scan Tech AS in Norway has designed and produced a sophisticated new mud cooling product which promises significant time, cost and space savings for the offshore drilling market. 

After rigorous testing with clients, a prototype model is now ready for its first offshore assignment.

The new Mud Cooler answers client frustrations with existing systems which are large, block easily, and are expensive to clear and clean. It is 1/5 the size of its smallest competitor (with a footprint under 2m squared) and is designed to be easily and quickly cleaned without need for complex dismantling. With limited deck space on the drilling rig, this is of prime importance.

Christopher Stevens, managing director at Scan Tech Group Norway says:

‘Using unique pleat cooling technology and some advanced design, we have created the world’s most compact cooler for use with one of the world’s nastiest fluids – recycled drilling mud.’

 

Scan Tech AS's Mud Cooler

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