Shreveport, LA (PRWEB) July 25, 2014
In a move toward more branding continuity, artificial lift company JJ Tech (J&J Technical Services, LLC) has announced that the name of its popular, patented artificial lift system, previously known as ULTRA-FLO™, will hereafter be designated as ULTRA-FLOW™. Additionally, its expanding SELECT FLO™ series of versatile jet pumps has been retitled SELECT-JET™.
The patented ULTRA-FLOW™ production system combines the new generation, patented JJ Tech Jet Pump down-hole, with the award-winning, seal-less and packing-free diaphragm surface pump developed for JJ Tech by Wanner Engineering, Inc.
The flexibility and durability of this cutting edge artificial lift system enables it to address such production issues as faster recovery of frac fluid, gas well dewatering, horizontal and deviated well production, and wells producing significant quantities of sand.
The new line of SELECT-JET™ pumps is built around the current JJ Tech 1.6 and 2.0 jet pumps, offering greater flexibility to the operator.
Retrievable Standing Valve-for working below the Jet Pump BHA (Bottom Hole Assembly), and reverse flow capability (Operator can run in normal or reverse flow without having to change the BHA).
JJ Tech Operations Manager Chris Lamberth had these comments: “Since, with ULTRA-FLOW™ we have a patented system, we felt like we needed a trademarked name to support it and set us apart from the typical triplex plunger pump type systems in the industry. Regarding SELECT-JET™, the term JET is a natural choice, but ‘SELECT’ is referring to the option of using the same bottom hole assembly to run the jet pump either in normal or reverse flow.”
About JJ Tech:
JJ Tech is a US based, world-wide supplier of cutting edge artificial lift systems to the oil and gas industry. The artificial lift company currently has eight international and US distributors and hundreds of hydraulic jet pumps placed throughout the world. Please refer to our website, http://www.j-jtech.com, for more information and to register to receive future press releases by e-mail.