OIL WELL SENTRY, INC
The perfect shallow well Pump-Off Control using a bridle control for oil wells down to 2,300 feet, or with an in-line sensor to 5-6,000 feet deep. The best part is that the 'Sentry controls are "SELF Managing". All the pumper has to do is set the Time Clock for 4 to 6 cycles a day and spend 1 minute every day or 2 checking the well out, mark the Production Time in a book, and go to next well! Never pumps without fluid ! Move well rework time to 3 to 5 years and decrease energy cost by 30% and labor by 90% compared to conventional pumping procedures . Monitors every cycle day and night for a slight decrease of fluid level in the Working Barrel or decrease in flow volume, then
terminates the pumping cycle, and records the production time. Actually, eliminating just one well repair, pays for the Sentry. Never monitor a well again for flow or "trying to catch "pump-Off "again. Let the 'Sentry manage it!
The most economical, "self managing"
Pump-Off on the market !
The perfect example of
FLUID PULSE FLOW TECHNOLOGY!
Extend well re-work to years, not months.......
Eliminate most of the labor producing oil ..................
Do not waste your time guessing and watching for pump-off, let the Sentry do it for you!
With the lowest price for crude oil in years, get all you can produce with the absolute lowest labor cost, and equipment " wear & tear".
First Page - What is the Oil Well Sentry?
2nd page- What the Oil Well Sentry does..
3rd page "Beat the Odds"
4th page-Tank high level shutdown
5th page- Freeze Control and MULTI Products Unit
The Oil Well Sentry, Inc. Oil City, PA 16301
Office 814 678-2500 Tom -814 673-1428 Shawn 814 758-6975
New York State Regulation 613 for Tank high fluid Shutdown control. Shown is the Power Line Communications for situations where the Tanks are a long distance from the power to the lease power controls. Shuts the Lease down if a Stock tank is at a high level. All sizes are available from individual wells to tank or small leases and local tanks to long distances away. See page 4.
This well drilled by Quaker State in the 1970's pumped for 45 minutes every day for 10 gallons of Crude Oil. An "Add-On" Sentry with a Bridle sensor was installed. Four one hour pumping cycles each day were initially set. Three days later, we discovered the well pumped for only four -7 minute pumping cycles a day ( that's all the fluid the well could produce) but increased the volume of oil from 10 gallons to 18 gallons a day. (69 barrels of PA crude oil a year more.
Also, 17 minutes less pumping time each day, with less wear and tear, and also recorded the pumping time of each and every cycle.