• Downhole Rod Pumps

    We offer a full line of API 11AX standard downhole rod pumps and components. Our rod pumps are available in many different lengths, diameters and materials that can be tailor to fit your well’s specific conditions.  
    Description

    There are two basic types of subsurface pumps, the tubing pump and the insert pump. The tubing pump barrel is threaded directly onto the bottom of the production tubing, and is installed near the bottom of the well immersed in the oil within the well casing. The plunger is run into the tubing on the sucker rod string. Generally a standing valve puller is run between the bottom of the plunger as well as the separate standing valve. This makes the removal of the standing valve optional when pulling the sucker rods and plunger. The plunger, traveling valve, and standing valve can be serviced simply by pulling the rods, but it requires removal of the tubing to service the pump barrel.

    An insert pump is run into the well on the rods as a complete unit. A seating assembly on the pump engages a seating nipple on the tubing when the pump is run in, or installed. After the well has pumped up, the additional pressure of oil in the tubing combined with the flow line pressure holds the pump firmly in place. The entire rod pump is removable, and therefore may be serviced merely by pulling the sucker rod string.