Drilling mud service contractors around the world are all use the rectangular drilling fluid circulating tank because the installation and migration performance of the system works very well. Meanwhile, no matter how good the mud agitator perform in ideal situation, the drilling fluid tank all have corners that mud agitator’s propellers cannot reach and stir. In order to resolve this issue, install the mud gun in the top of the tank to agitate the far corner of the mud tank.
GN Solids America LLC’s GNNJQ series Mud gun serve as supportive machinery to the mud agitator. It comes with nozzle that either made fixed angle or 360 degree ration angles the positive spray-effect distance of mug gun is approx. 3 meters long. The gun size is related with drilling fluid density, viscosity and nozzle spray speed. Mud gun is installed the top of mud tank can be need adjusted as need at any time. A mud gun is connected to a motor-pump to stir the drilling mud and prevent the solids from sinking on the bottom of the mud tank. The mud is mixed by being suck- withdraw into a pipe by a powerful pump and inject back into the mud tank by being pressured push through the nozzle of the mud gun. The process is similar to how jets spray in the dish washer.
Drilling mud is a wet mud like substance resembles like thick clay and is used to keep the drill head in controlled-temperature and carry the remnants of drilling cutting to the surface in water and oil or gas drilling operations. The mud is recycled and reused by passing it through several steps of filter and cleaning by screens of the shale shaker or mud cleaner and decanter centrifuge as it is circulated into the mud tanks then back to the drill well on the drilling rig. In order to keep the mud as liquid-liked as possible, a mud gun and mud agitator is used to keep the tank agitated and mixed. Drilling mud is made by mixing water or oil with a clay-like substance and also other chemicals.