“Business is booming in the Permian Basin! Join us in Midland, TX April14-15, 2014 as industry professionals from all over the region gather to discuss current products and services, demonstrate the latest and greatest innovations in industry technology, network with colleagues and make some deals!” – event description from The Permian Basin Petroleum Association Magazine
View the event info here – Midland Energy Expo 2014
SPOC Automation will be present at this year’s conference. Make sure to check with our sales rep about the new color WiseGuy.
Smart. Intuitive. Easy. That’s what customers are saying about the WiseGuy DL VFD interface that is optional on IronHorse Series Drive packages. If you know industry terminology like “Daily Strokes,” “Run Time History” or “Pump Offs” then you can operate the WiseGuy DL. It’s that easy. Knowledge is power in the hands of your pumpers and the WiseGuy DL give you live trending, history, date & time stamp, data logging, single touch USB downloads, and much more in the industry’s easiest to use, smart and intuitive drive package.
Using the WiseGuy DL, the most recent 30 day production history and up to the last 97 pump off events are graphically viewable and downloadable.
Sensorless Pump Off Control
IronHorse drives, with the addition of SPOC (Sensorless Pump Off Controller) software, give you the ability to run your beam pumps and slow them down automatically if enough fluid is available, at pump off rather than stopping the motor. Utilizing the self-teaching mode, the IronHorse with SPOC software will run the pump at optimal speed for the wells inflow rate and maximize production. This will extend the life of the equipment and in most cases, increase production, getting you the maximum return on your investment. In the event your well does not produce enough inflow to keep producing a slower speed, then you simply set the SPOC software up to stop like traditional pump off controllers. What’s more, there are no costly sensors or load cells to install on the pumping unit that can be damaged, which would rend the unit inoperable.