Designed to meet the most challenging well conditions, our Petrolift™ jet pumps are engineered and manufactured in the United States of high quality, anti-corrosive materials. The robust, economical design is the perfect match for fluids with high solids content and high-volume wells. With a variety of configurations and sizes, our jet pumps are suited for operation in all types of conditions, including deviated and deep wellbores.
It’s as easy as 1-2-3-4! Because jet pumps are seated in a bottomhole assembly, insertion and retrievable of jet pumps is simple using the wellhead. Changes to throat and nozzle configurations can be made in less than two hours when accounting for retrieval and pumping time.
The jet pump is inserted into the wellhead, pumped down the tubing, and seats in the bottomhole assembly.
Power fluid is injected down the tubing, with the surface pump, and is forced through the nozzle of the jet pump, creating the Venturi effect
Production fluid enters the pump and combines with the high-velocity power fluid in the throat. The commingled fluids then enter the diffuser and the production fluid is lifted to the surface.
To remove or change the jet pump assembly, power fluid is pumped down the casing annulus and the pump is circulated to the surface where it is retrieved or changed out.
With no moving parts and high-grade material choices, jet pumps handle solids and erosion with ease.
Petrolift jet pumps are equipped to handle gas-to-liquid ratios as high as 2,000:1.
Jet pumps are available in high-grade alloys to combat corrosion attack. Chemical treatment minimizes scale and paraffin buildup.
Our jet pumps deliver high-volume production without back pressure, which reduces the potential for formation damage.
Featuring a high-pressure compact design, Petrolift jet pumps are highly suited to deviated wells and deep wellbores ranging from 3,000 to 15,000 ft.