How to Repair the Kimray Gen II Liquid Level Controller (Side Mount)

How to Repair a Side Mount Gen II Pneumatic Liquid Level Controller

In this video, Will shows you how to repair a side mount Gen II Pneumatic Liquid Level Controller.  This repair could  also be used if you need to reconfigure your Gen II from right mount to left mount.   Here’s what you’ll need:  Needle nose pliers  Flathead screwdriver  Adjustable wrench  7/64” Allen wrench  1/2″ wrench  5/16” wrench  Gen II repair kit (RMD)  Pick  Channel locks 
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Electric Gen II at Well Site

What is an Electric Level Controller?

In upstream oil and gas, an electric level controller uses electric power to maintain a specific level of liquid inside a fluid separator. This liquid level control is a critical component of all oil and gas production. What’s the Advantage of Electric Level Control? An electric level controller like the Kimray Gen II provides an
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Oil storage tanks

Where are the World’s Top Oil Reserves?

Which country has the most oil reserves? The answer to this question might surprise you. Oil Production Around the World About 100 countries around the world produce oil. However, according recent numbers from the E.I.A., five countries are responsible for half of the world’s output: the U.S., Russia, Saudia Arabia, Iraq, and Canada. In 2018,
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Control Valves for Two-Phase Separation

Control Valves for Two-Phase Separation

Producers use two-phase separators to separate produced fluid from produced gas. Some of these separation vessels are made with 1″ connections for the controller. Kimray offers three solutions for controlling the separation in these vessels. Pneumatic Level Switch with External Float Cage  A Pneumatic Level Switch is a good option for two-phase separation, because it’s not
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Examples of Oil Separation Systems

What is an Oil Separation System?

Oil Separation System Wells typically produce three elements: oil, gas, and water. Oil and gas producers use a combination of separation vessels, also called an “oil separation system,” to separate these elements. Three of the most common types of separation vessels are two-phase separators, three-phase separators, and heater treaters. Three-Phase Separator A three-phase separator separates
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