Burgess Magna-Vac™ Degasser
"The Finest in the World"

The operation of the Magna-Vac™ Degasser is both effective and efficient. The gas-cut mud is drawn into the degasser by a vacuum created by a regenerative vacuum/blower. The mud enters the vacuum chamber of the degasser through a rotating tubular body that has rectangular windows in its wall. Mud accelerator vanes, located within the rotor near the windows, radially spray the mud outward at a high velocity (i.e., 20ft./sec.) across the degasser's vacuum chamber impinging it against the inside wall of the circular vessel. The agitation and turbulence created by this constant impinging action allows the oxygen and gas to separate from the mud. The Magna-Vac™ Degasser removes gasses and oxygen and helps keep the drilling mud at a desired weight. The unit can also be used as a mechanical oxygen scavenger, thereby saving time and money, and also extending the life of the drill string due to reduced corrosion.

 
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Burgess Magna-Vac™ Degasser

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