We offer a complete product range of frac tanks, GUNBARREL TANKS, DISPOSAL WELL TANKS and Separators
Our vertical frac tanks and horizontal frac tanks successfully store water used in the downhole fracturing process to extract oil or gas from shale or other permeable formations. Our skidded or saddled frac tanks are manufactured in 210, 300 and 400 BBL sizes for your convenience.
Waterford’s Gunbarrel tanks are an economical and low maintenance method to treat oil when properly applied. These tanks are an excellent choice when adequate separation of oil, water, and gas is required and uses atmospheric pressure, gravitational force and retention time. Production enters the inlet flume section at the top of the tank. Solution gas is vented from the top of the flume or equalized to storage. Waterford Tank’s Gunbarrel tanks come with flume pipe assembly, spreader table, waterleg outlet with tie down brackets, API 5L threaded couplings (4” standard) and bolt-on gas chamber (flume pipe cap). We can provide our standard design Gunbarrel tank or we can customize our standard design to match your exact requirements.
Waterford Tank builds disposal well tanks to fit your needs in oilfield production, waste fluids, sump fluids, oil or gas treating plant fluids, and any non-hazardous fluids from energy and any non-oilfield related industries. Our disposal well tanks are a great fit for any industry.
SEPARATORSWaterford Tank and Fabrication vertical separators are pressure vessels designed for separating well streams into gaseous and liquid components. The well stream enters the separator and encounters a deflector plate beginning the first phase of separation. The liquid component of the well stream settles to the bottom of the pressure vessel. The liquid level is controlled by means of a dump valve that sends the liquids to an atmospheric tank or a gun-barrel for additional gravity separation. The gaseous component passes through a mist extractor in the top of the pressure vessel removing the remaining small liquid particles before existing the top of the pressure vessel and then to metering for sales.