When drilling a new oil or gas well, the “cellar” is a pit in the ground that provides additional height between the rig floor and the wellhead, allowing for easier installation of control valves. The cellar collects water, drilling mud, and fracking liquids that need to be pumped out. This is done using a pump called a trash pump or mud pump.

Seeking a solution for pumping drilling mud, one of our oil and gas customers in Carrollton, Ohio, called E-Pump to rent pumps and a filter. Requiring the cellar area to be clean and dry so that the cementing process on a well could begin, they asked us to deliver mud pumps and a duplex filter as quickly as possible. With our commitment to customer service, we had our pumps on the road within the hour, headed to the customer’s drill site in Carroll County, for a dependable, effective solution.

  • Pumping Water, Drilling Mud, and Fracking Liquids
  • Pumping Water, Drilling Mud, and Fracking Liquids from Cellar

With our commitment to customer service, we had our pumps on the road within the hour, headed to the customer’s drill site for a dependable, effective solution.

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