Oil Well Sentry, Inc.
Creator of the Sentry Pump Management System and Devices for Conventional Oil Wells.
Originated and developed in the birth place of the Oil Industry, Oil City, PA
The Pumpers Job:
Set the time on the Time Clock to pump 2 to 6 cycles a day. Set the time of each cycle
slightly longer than expected.
The OIL WELL SENTRY'S JOB:
A) Automatically-the Time Clock starts the Production Cycle.
B) Automatically- The Oil Well Sentry will monitor the fluid level in the Working Barrel at
bottom of the well every stroke, every cycle.
C) Automatically- the motor or engine will STOP when the fluid level in the Working
Barrel has pumped "low".
D) Automatically- the time of each Production cycle is recorded every cycle on an Hour Meter.
E) Automatically- The Pumping cycle will STOP if the line pressure exceeds the
maximum pressure (100 or 150 PSI) with optional pressure switches.
F) Automatically - increase the daily production by 3 minutes a day or more for an additional
1 to 2 barrels or more barrels of crude oil a week.......and NEVER pump after pump-off.
G) Automatically extends the time period for Seal replacement and pulling wells to re-work,
because the well never pumps "dry" or without fluid.
Now it is the Pumpers Job............. again:
Every day or two spend a minute or 2 at each well site:
-----checking for leaks
-----check belts and jack for wear & tear
-----Check the Hour Meter reading and "update" the new readings in the "book".
Now you know exactly what each well is or isn't producing. Eliminates all estimating
and guessing how to set and manage the Production Cycles.
Now, figure out what you are going to do the rest of the day....................!
The bridle mounted sensor monitors the fluid level in the Working Barrel.
An In-Line Sensor monitors the volume of fluid being pumped each stroke.
Questions to a Producer without Oil Well Sentry controls.
1) Would you like to eliminate most of the routine time and labor a "Pumper" puts in to
pump a well, and just let it the well manage itself for the most crude oil and lowest production cost, and also know what each well is doing?
2) Do you know how long each well is actually in Production, or is it pumping just because that's what the Time clock is set for?
3) If one morning your
expected oil production level in one of your tanks was low, would
you know which well had a problem, and how would you find out?
4) How many man-hours does it take to check all your wells, and in the end, do you have any idea of what each individual oil well actually produces? With a Oil Well Sentry, you will.
#1-BASIC - Economical model to operate a well without the Sentry to start. Expandable
unit to add at a later date, the additional sensor and AS-11 Oil Well Sentry self managing controls for a complete unit. The "Basic" unit is available with all the controls and a 24 hour timer or 7 day timer for a complete control.
#2- The "Complete" Pump Control has all the switches, timers, and controls required.
Just add your power and motors. Available in 480 VAC-3 phase with 277 vac controls,
( 480 VAC -3 phase 4 wire with 277 vac controls , 3 phase 3 wire with optional 277 vac transformer,) 230vac 1 or 3 phase with 230 vac controls, or 12 VDC
#3 -An "Add-On" unit will automate your existing basic pump controls for a complete "Pump-Off" unit with Sensor and "self-managing" control.
Ever though the Sentry works by monitoring the fluid in the Working Barrel at the bottom of the well, the Oil Well Sentry is quickly installed at ground level.
See "Gallery" section for photos of all controls
Contact us for more information
Tom's Cell 814 673-1428 or Shawn's cell 814 758-6975 Office - 814 678 2500