Dewatering


The Ureflex pig is an all-urethane disc pig that can be outfitted with brushes for more aggressive cleaning.

Whether batching or scraping out debris, the BD6K can handle the job. With six urethane discs (2 guides and 4 seals), the BD6K, is a great pig for contractors and operators needing a rugged pig to get the job done. The pig can also be outfitted with gauge plates or brushes.

These steel-bodied scraper pigs are outfitted with neoprene discs instead of urethane. Neoprene has certain qualities and advantages over urethane. Although not as wear-resistant, neoprene generally has a longer shelf-life than urethane and will not crack or get brittle with exposure to the sun. This makes neoprene ideal if you have short pig runs and wish to re-use the pig over the next 3-4 years.

GBD Pigs are designed for Bidirectional operation. For batching, displacement, hydrostatic testing and paraffin removal. Available with 2, 3 or 4 polyurethane discs. Steel wire brushes optional. Pig transmitter mounting optional. GBD pigs have a Center Hole Configuration up to 16" and a bolt hole pattern for sizes larger than 16

GBC Cup pigs are for unidirectional operation. For batching, displacement, hydrostatic testing and paraffin removal. Standard with polyurethane cups.* For gauging, add aluminum or steel gauging plates. Pig transmitter mounting optional for larger diameter pigs. GBC pigs have a Center Hole Configuration up to 16" and a bolt hole pattern for sizes larger than 16".

The Enduro Dual-Diameter Pigs are designed to withstand the heavier wear due to multi-dimensional pipe. This pig provides cleaning action and has proven to hold a great seal through multi-diameter lines. Design may be varied to specific line needs; i.e. bend radius requirement, valve bowl lengths etc. and can also be outfitted with brushes specially designed for multi-diameter cleaning.

A versatile pig available with various cup and disc configurations. The metal pig is useful for cleaning, batching, purging, and paraffin removal.

Enduro's pig train employs the Pig Link concept which allows various configurations and adaptations of cups, discs, and body links. The flexibility of the polyurethane body link allows the pig to pass bend radius as small as one diameter even when attached to additional link sections.