- System Maintenance
PURADYN OFFERED THROUGH THE DISTRIBUTIONNOW NETWORK– February 11, 2016 – DNOW will supply Puradyn Systems to the oil & gas, downstream & industrial, and manufacturing industries.
MNI DIESEL INC. USING PURADYN TECHNOLOGY IN THE COMMERCIAL MARINE INDUSTRY – September 29, 2015 – Puradyn Expands Customer Offerings in Commercial Marine Industry.
PURADYN RECEIVES INITIAL ORDER TO SUPPLY 750 SYSTEMS FOR USE BY U.S. MILITARY – April 9, 2014 – to be installed on generators powering self-sustaining modules.
PURADYN & MER EQUIPMENT ANNOUNCE FIRST EVER EXCLUSIVE AGREEMENT– August 8, 2013 – Initial blanket PO received for commercial marine industry.
NABORS DRILLING INTERNATIONAL LTD REPORTS SAVING OVER $5 MILLION ANNUALLY USING PURADYN TECHNOLOGY– May 29, 2013 – Recent article on Drillingcontractor.org highlights the success of maintenance program using bypass oil filtration technology &oil analysis.
for past releases, click here
CIO Review Magazine: Oil & Gas Technology Special Issue [December 2014] – Condition-Based Maintenance Using Bypass Oil Filtration and Oil Analysis” is a winning combination when it comes to protecting equipment assets, saving significant costs, and reducing oil use.
FLEET MAINTENANCE [October 2014] – Going Green Can Be Profitable for Fleets
OIL & GAS PRODUCT NEWS [September 2014] – Helping the Environment Can Also Be Good For Profits
E&P EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION [November 2013] – Bypass oil filtration technology, oil analysis, and an onboard oil condition sensor allow Nabors to progress from the standard preventive maintenance program into a new level of world-class maintenance.
"NDIL [Nabors Drilling International Ltd] first evaluated the benefits of bypass oil filtration in 2009 on CAT 3512 generators used to power oil rigs. Puradyn Filter Technologies’ TF-240 models were used, providing microfiltration for engines with an oil capacity of up to 85 gallons (322 liters). Used in multiples, the TF-240 can fine-filter engines that hold 400-plus gal of lubricating oil. When oil analysis results showed that drain intervals on equipment used in international operations were safely being extended from 500 hrs to 2,500 hrs, regardless of low or high-sulfur fuel content, NDIL decided to outfit all rig generators throughout the field. "The following year, Nabors Drilling USA (NDUSA) installed more than 700 of the bypass systems, extending oil drain intervals from 1,000 hrs to 3,000-plus hours."
Meissner, S., and Kroger, K. (2013 January) Preventive maintenance systems drive change on Nabors rig engines Drilling Contractor. Retrieved from http://www.drillingcontractor.orgsee what others are saying. . .