Relative to the use of drilling fluids within the oil and gas industry, the use of drilling fluids within the horizontal directional drilling (HDD) industry is new. Even today, the amount of research and development aimed at HDD drilling fluids is considered a rounding error in the oligopoly of drilling fluid manufacturers.
However, the trends strongly suggest that the future of HDD drilling will follow a similar evolution as experienced by the traditional oil and gas industry.
Solid control

A typical HDD solids control system will employ a combination of shaker, hydrocyclone, mixing, pump and compartmentalized tank technologies. The shaker is vital to the solids control system and is considered the first line of defense. Located directly downstream from the shaker will likely be a hydrocyclone assembly that will employ
desilters, desanders or both. Though still considered rare, centrifuge-enable solids control systems are becoming more popular. By adding a centrifuge, the solids control system will achieve the highest level of cut available within the market today.

HDD mud system

The features of the HDD mud recycling system from DC Solid control has the compact structure, small occupied area, good sand removing effect, can reduce the mud loss, relocation less haulage vehicle, labor saving, not easily damaged parts, and can prolong the service life. The mud tank is suitable for oil drilling mud purification processing and storage. The mud tank is generally customized with different size and data.

Besides the standard drilling mud recycling system, DC also provide customized mud recycling system accordling to drilling contractors applications.If you want to find
lower price and high quality product please contact DC Solid control to get more information.

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