Have you looked to do a home DIY project recently, only to be shocked at the cost of LUMBER?! Similarly, STEEL PRICES have also had big gains making surplus oilfield equipment even more attractive.
Whether you are looking to buy a vessel, horizontal separator, vertical separator, or whatever other type oilfield equipment you’re looking to get deployed, surplus production equipment can work economically in your favour. With the added bonus of buying used oilfield equipment that was built when steel was much cheaper.
Oil and gas companies… brokers… resellers… it’s a great time for used energy equipment.
Need something customized specifically for your application? No problem, oil and gas surplus can be adjusted to suit your purpose by expert fabricators.
Take a closer look at the 60” x 10’ Sweet 720psi Horizontal 2 Phase Vessel that Kameron Anderson highlights in this video…
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you’d like to discuss, if you’re looking for a different horizontal separator or vertical separator solution or you’re looking for other used oil and gas or oilfield equipment for sale.
Full Video Transcript
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Steel prices as you know are crazy high. And if you’re looking to buy a separator or any other steel oilfield equipment, oil and gas equipment, energy equipment for that matter – you’re going to being paying more what this market should demand.
So I bring you a case like this… we have a 60 inch 720 psi separator package. It was built for a jet pump package so the nozzles are a little bit wonky and are not configured properly for a general separator package. However, we are sitting right here at CAPE Manufacturing Ltd. in Halkirk, Alberta Canada, which can do all the nozzle changes, all the hydro testing, and ASME requirements.
So between the ability to customize a surplus / used separator package or vessel, and the fact that we acquired this as part of a jet pump package… STEEL PRICES CAN’T COMPETE with what we can offer on this surplus / used horizontal separator package.
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