Diamond Petroleum Introduces New Products to Thermal Line

MaritimeEquipment.com
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Photo: Diamond Petroleum Ventures

Diamond Petroleum Ventures (DPV), a thermal unit provider based in Lafayette, La., has developed the Diamond TH 450 and TH 650 to take care of client thermal heating requirements, announced company President Rusty Lamb.

Both units have been designed to fit in tight spaces and are easy to transport. These units weigh between 13,800 and 16,500 pounds and have redundant fluid transfer pumps. As Class 1 Div. 2 compliant, these flameless heaters can heat 100 barrels of diesel 100 degrees over ambient in 80 and 60 minutes with no contact with corrosive exhaust gases.

Also available are the Diamond High Pressure Fluid Pump Skid and Thermal Tank System. The pump weighs 11,500 pounds, has a Gardner Denver TEE pump and was designed for use by a single operator. The Diamond Thermal Tank System weighs 9,500 pounds, has multi-directional valving and has a capacity of 88 barrels.

www.diamondpv.com
 

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