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User manual
Desander, Desilter and Mud Cleaner

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Hebei GN Solids Control Co., Ltd (FORMERLY KNOWN AS TANGSHAN GUANNENG MACHINERY
EQUIPMENT CO., LTD). (Brand Name: GN Solids Control)Is a China API & ISO Certified manufacturer
specializing in complete line equipment & shaker screens for:

OIL&GAS Drilling----Solids Control Equipment

HDD&CBM Drilling----Mud Recycling

Oilfield&Industrial--Drilling Waste Management

System

GN Solids Control is one of the most famous International Brand for Mud Solids Control & Drilling Waste
Management.

GN is the First API certified solids control equipment manufacturer in China.

GN Facilities total area is over 70,000 which is close to Beijing.

GN Products have been exported to 60 countries and regions.

GN Owns a specialized facility for making shaker screens in Asian largest wire mesh center city.

GN

Up to March,2013, GN is the only China based API Certified manufacturer who provide Vertical

Owns 10 patents for the design of Solids Control Equipment.

Cutting Dryer for drilling waste management.


Complete Line Equipments

GN System: Design & manufacture complete line equipment for a total mud system which ensures
better integration of system and competitive price.

GN Solids Control Equipments: Shale Shaker, Mud Cleaner ,Desander ,Desilter, Centrifuge,
Agitator, Mixing Hoppers, Flare Igniter, Various Tanks, Pumps, Degassers etc.

GN Drilling Waste Management: Vertical Cutting Dryer,HI-G Dryer Shaker, Decanter


Centrifuge,Screw Pumps etc.

GN Main Spare Parts: Shaker Screens, Hydrocyclone Cones, Rig Mat

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CONTENTS
HYDROCYCLONE UNITS - DESANDER, DESILTER AND MUD CLEANER
SECTION

PAGE

Section 1 - General Information ........................................................................................................................... 6


1.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................ 6
1.2 Safety...................................................................................................................................................... 6
1.3 Equipment Use ....................................................................................................................................... 6
1.4 Equipment Components ......................................................................................................................... 6
1.5 Product Support ...................................................................................................................................... 7
Section 2 Safety................................................................................................................................................. 8
2.1 Warnings ................................................................................................................................................ 8
2.2 Warning Label on the Equipment..........................................................................................................11
Section 3 - Hydrocyclones ................................................................................................................................. 12
3.1 Hydrocyclones Working Principle........................................................................................................ 12
3.2 Hydrocyclone Operation ...................................................................................................................... 16
3.3 Removal & Installation of Hydrocyclones ........................................................................................... 19
3.4 Hydrocyclone Wear Parts ..................................................................................................................... 21
Section 4 Desander .......................................................................................................................................... 23
4.1 GNWSE series without bottom shaker desander.................................................................................. 23
4.2 GNZJ752E series desander .................................................................................................................. 25
4.3 GNZJ703E Standard Bottom Shaker Desander.................................................................................... 27
Section 5 - Desilter ............................................................................................................................................. 31
5.1 GNWSE Series without Bottom Shaker Desilter ................................................................................. 31
5.2 GNZJ752E Series Desilter ................................................................................................................... 33
5.3 GNZJ703E SERIES DESILTER .......................................................................................................... 35
Section 6 - Mud Cleaner..................................................................................................................................... 39
6.1 Equipment Component ......................................................................................................................... 39
6.2 Model & Parameter .............................................................................................................................. 39
6.3 Installation & Maintenance .............................................................................................................. 4040
6.4 Wear Parts............................................................................................................................................. 41
Section 7 - WARRANTY ................................................................................................................................... 42
Section 8 - Installation and Maintenance Log .................................................................................................... 44
Section 9 - Contact ............................................................................................................................................. 46

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SECTION 1 - GENERAL INFORMATION


1.1 INTRODUCTION
This manual provides overall instructions for installing and operating GN hydrocyclone units desander, desilter and mud cleaner, all together seven series of products are involved. However,
if the product containing shale shaker as a component (bottom shaker), GN Shale Shaker User
Manual should be in combination with this manual to provide the detailed installation, operation
and maintenance of the bottom shaker. The manual is divided into several sections to assist the
user in readily accessing the information.
Persons responsible for transporting, installing, operating, or performing maintenance on this
equipment are required to read and understand the instructions provided in this manual. One
copy of this manual should be available and accessible at the equipment location.

1.2 SAFETY
Section 2 of this manual contains relevant safety information relating to both operation and
maintenance of this equipment. Be sure this information is read and understood by all personnel.
DO NOT operate the equipment if defective or faulty mechanical or electrical components are
detected.

1.3 EQUIPMENT USE


GN Hydrocyclone Units are designed to separate fine solids from drilling fluids.
Desander is the second phase of oilfield solids control system installed on top of the mud
tank following the shale shaker.
Desilter is the third phase of oilfield solids control system installed on top of the mud tank
following the desander.
Mud Cleaner is a combination of desander cone, desilter cone and bottom shaker with
compact structure. It is called the 2nd and 3rd phase solids control equipment.
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1.4 EQUIPMENT COMPONENTS


The following paragraphs describe GN Hydrocyclone Units main structure and components.
Please also refer to Figure 1-1 and Table 1-1.
Desander is mainly composed of 10 hydrocyclone, manifold assembly, 0-1.0mpa
diaphragm pressure gauge, sand-flowing slot or bottom shaker. GN desander includes GNWSE
series without bottom shaker desander, GNZJ752E bottom shaker desander, GNZJ703E standard
bottom shaker desander.
Desilter is mainly composed of 4 hydrocyclone, manifold assembly, 0-1.0mpa diaphragm
pressure gauge, sand-flowing slot or bottom shaker. GN desilter includes GNWSE series without
bottom shaker desilter, GNZJ752E bottom shaker desilter, GNZJ703E standard bottom shaker
desilter.
Mud cleaner is composed of desander hydrocyclones, desilter hydrocyclones, manifold
assembly, 0-1.0mpa diaphragm pressure gauge, control panel, pedestal etc. GN Mud Cleaner
Models are GNZJ703E, GNZJ594E standard bottom shaker mud cleaner.

Figure 1-1 GNZJ703-2S12N Mud Cleaner Components


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No.

Description

No.

Description

Bottom Shaker

10

Clamp 159

10 Hydrocyclone

11

Outlet Connection

U-shape Clip

12

Landing Leg Assembly

U-shape Clip Stabilizer

13

4 Hydrocyclone

Outlet Pipe Cap

14

Collection Hopper

Inlet Pipe Cap

15

Manifold Assembly

Clamp 219

0~1MP 0-1.0mpa diaphragm pressure gauge

Inlet Connection
Table 1-1 GNZJ703-2S12N Mud Cleaner Components Description

1.5 PRODUCT SUPPORT


GN Solids Control offers product support includes screen replacement / ordering information
and repair / replacement parts and service for the entire product line. Refer to the following table
for the parts / service center.

Hebei GN Solids Control Co., Ltd.


HQ Address: No.3 Industry Road,Dachang Chaobai River Development Area,Langfang,China 065300
Tel: +86-316-5276989 / 5276988 / 5276990
Fax: +86-316-5276997 / 5276990
Email:sales@gnsolidscontrol.com
Website:http://www.gnsolidscontrol.com

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SECTION 2 SAFETY
This section contains a summary of WARNINGS used in this manual applicable to the
equipment. The GN Hydrocyclone Units have been designed to perform the stated functions
safely.

2.1 WARNINGS
All persons responsible for operation and maintenance of this equipment must read and
understand all safety information in this manual prior to operating and/or maintaining the
equipment. The safety warnings listed below are included in applicable procedures throughout
this manual.
2.1.1 SOUND

WARNING! TO PROTECT AGAINST HEARING LOSS, HEARING PROTECTION


SHOULD BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHEN WORKING ON OR NEAR GN MACHINES.

2.1.2 ELECTRICAL HAZARDS

WARNING!TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY BE SURE THAT EQUIPMENT


USED-ENERGIZED,LOCKED OUT,AND TAGGED OUT PRIOR TO PERFORMING
MIANTENANCE AND/OR ADJUSTMENTS

WARNING! MOTOR MUST BE OPERATED AT THE DESIGNATED VOLTAGE

WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE MAY BE PRESENT. BE SURE THAT FUSED DISCONNECT


SUPPLYING ELECTRIC POWER TO THIS EQUIPMENT IS OPEN. LOCK OUT AND TAG OUT
POWER SUPPLY TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL APPLICATION OF POWER WHILE
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MAINTENANCE AND/OR ADJUSTMENTS ARE IN PROGRESS.

WARNING! ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST BE MADE IN ACCORDANCE WITH


THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE (NEC) AND ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL CODES. FAILURE
TO COMPLY MAY RESULT IN AN UNSAFE CONDITION THAT COULD INJURE PERSONNEL
AND/OR DAMAGE EQUIPMENT. ENSURE THAT ALL ELECTRICAL AND CONDUIT
CONNECTIONS ARE SECURE.

2.1.3 EQUIPMENT HANDLING

WARNING! USE SPREADER BARDS TO PREVENT DAMAGE WHEN LIFTING THE


EQUIPMENT.

WARNING! TO ENSURE PROPER BALANCE AND ORIENTATION WHEN UNIT IS


RAISED AND PREVENT DAMAGE TO COMPONENTS ,ATTACH LIFTING SLING ONLY AT
DESIGNATED LIFT POINTS.

WARNING!BE SURE THAT HANDLING DEVICES HAVE SUFFICIENT LIFTING


CAPACITY TO SAFELY HANDLE THE WEIGHT OF THE EQUIPMENT.

WARNING! DO NOT REMOVE SHIPPING BRACKETS UNTIL EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN


POSITIONED AT FINAL INSTALLATION SITE.

2.1.4 OPERATION

WARNING!MOTOR HOUSING BECOMES HOT DURING OPERATION AND MAY


CAUSE SEVERE BURNS.DO NOT TOUCH MOTOR HOUSING DURING OR IMMEDIATELY
AFTER MOTOR HAS BEEN OPERATING

WARNING!BE SURE THAT ALL PERSONNEL ARE CLEAR OF THE MACHINE


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BEFORE ADJUSTING ANGLE OF SCREEN BED.HANDS AND FEET CAN BE CRUSHED BY THE
MOVING SCREEN FRAME.

WARNING! DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPERATE EQUIPMENT WITH SHIPPING


BRACKETS INSTALLED

2.1.5 MAINTENANCE

WARNING!

HIGH

VOLTAGE

MAY

BE

PRESENT.ALWAYS

OPEN

FUSED

DISCONNECT SUPPLYING ELECTRIC POWER TO THE EQUIPMENT ,AND LOCK OUT AND
TAG OUT POWER SUPPLY BEFORE PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE AND/OR
ADJUSTMENTS OF EQUIPMENT.

2.1.6 STORAGE

WARNING! MOTOR MAY BE DAMAGED BY STORING IN A HIGH HUMIDITY


ENVIROMENT (GREATER THAN 50% RH).OUT OF SERVICE MOTORS MUST BE STORED
INN A LOW HUMIDITY ENVIROMENT.

2.2 WARNING LABEL ON THE EQUIPMENT

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SECTION 3 - HYDROCYCLONES
3.1 HYDROCYCLONES WORKING PRINCIPLE
The 10 desander hydrocyclone (Figure 3-1) is used to separate solids in the 40- to
100-micron range. It incorporates a precise combination of proportions, angles, ratios, and
materials to optimize separation of solids from the feed material. The desander discharge may be
fed to a desilter for finer particle separation or directly to the screening equipment. For optimum
performance, the hydrocyclone requires a steady inlet feed pressure (feed head) and steady feed
rate (GPM). The feed head may be produced by a gravity-feed system or a centrifugal pump.
Each 10 hydrocyclone requires a nominal inlet flow rate of 500 GPM at 75 feet of head. To
accommodate high flow rate requirements, up to three hydrocyclones can be grouped together
with common feed and discharge manifolds.

Shell
Feed

Big Cone Tube

Small Cone Tube

Drop in Apex
Orifice Nut

Figure 3-1 10 Hydrocyclone Components

The 4 desilter hydrocyclone removes solids in the 16- to 50-micron range from feed
slurry. The hydrocyclone body is the main component of the 4 hydrocyclone (Figure 3-2). A
cone tip is threaded into the bottom of the body. The soft apex is positioned in the tapered hole
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inside the orifice nut, which is threaded onto the cone tip. Tightening the orifice nut (turning
clockwise) compresses the apex, thereby reducing the diameter of its opening. Loosening the
orifice nut (turning counterclockwise) releases compression, allowing the apex to return to its
normal size. By varying the opening of the apex the hydrocyclone spray pattern may be adjusted
during operation.

Figure 3-2 4 Hydrocyclone Components

Optimal performance of hydrocyclones requires a proper balance of feed head, feed rate
(GPM), and apex opening. Improper balance of any of these variables can adversely affect
performance.
In normal operation, feed slurry is introduced tangentially into the interior of the
hydrocyclone (Figure 3-3) at high velocity causing a whirlpool effect to occur inside the cone.
The swirling motion of the slurry drives the larger, denser particles outward against the cone
wall while the smaller, lighter particles move toward the center of the cone.
The low-pressure vortex at the center of the cone pulls in the excess liquid and small
particles, as well as drawing in air through the apex at the lower discharge end of the cone. The
high-velocity air stream aids the upward flow of liquid and small particles toward the cones
upper discharge, while the spiraling stream of liquid and larger particles flows downward along
the cone wall toward the lower discharge. Large solids leaving the lower discharge may be
further processed for removal of remaining small particles and liquid, while the upper discharge
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from the hydrocyclone is often routed to desilters having 4-inch hydrocyclones for removal of
finer particles.

Upper Discharge
(Liquid, Small Particles, Air)

Feed Inlet

Lower Discharge
(Liquid, Large Particles)

Figure 3-3 Normal Hydrocyclone Operation

The desander accepts up to three 10polyurethane hydrocyclones (cones). The feed inlets
of all cones are connected to a common feed manifold, and the overflow outlet of each cone is
connected to a common discharge manifold. Feed slurry is introduced into the feed manifold and
is equally distributed to the inlets of the cones (Figure 3-4). Extracted solids (underflow) are
discharged from the lower end of the cones into a collection pan. Liquid discharge (overflow)
exits the top of the cones and enters the discharge manifold. Underflow from the cones is routed
to a screen-type cleaning machine, or to a centrifuge for removing additional solids. Overflow
from cones is routed to a desilter or similar equipment to remove smaller particles.

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Discharge Manifold
Liquid Discharge

Feed

Feed Manifold
Solids Discharge

Figure 3-4 10 Desander Cones Operation

When multiple hydrocyclones are grouped together, the supply of feed material must be
evenly distributed to each cone. To achieve even distribution, the incoming feed slurry is
introduced into a feed manifold having up to 20 outlet ports equally spaced along its length. Ten
outlets are positioned on each side of the manifold (Figure 3-5) to maintain balance. The
discharge manifold above the feed manifold has corresponding ports to collect the output flow
from the cones. When an inline desilter is outfitted with a full complement of cones, all 20
positions are filled. When fewer than 20 cones are installed, equal numbers of cones must be
installed on each side of the feed and discharge manifolds to maintain balance. Consequently,
desilters are supplied only with an even number of cones (8, 10, 12, 16, etc.).

Outlet
Inlet

Figure 3-5 Cone Arrangement

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3.2 HYDROCYCLONE OPERATION


3.2.1 RECOMMENDED OPERATING PRESSURES
Recommended operating pressures for the 10 hydrocyclone desander and 4 desilter are
listed in the following table.
Recommended Desander & Desilter Operating Pressures (75 Head Inlet Pressure)
Mud Weight(PPG)

Specific Gravity

Operating Pressure(PSI)

8.33

1.00

32

9.00

1.08

35

10.00

1.20

39

11.00

1.32

43

12.00

1.44

47

13.00

1.56

51

14.00

1.68

54

15.00

1.80

58

16.00

1.92

62

17.00

2.04

66

Where:
PPG = Pounds per gallon
Specific Gravity = Mud Weight /33.8
1 PSI = 2.309 Feet of Head
Operating Pressure =(Feet of Head/2.309) (Mud Weight/8.33)

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3.2.2 SPRAY PATTERNS AND PERFORMANCE


Hydrocyclones must be properly adjusted to operate efficiently. Tightening the orifice nut
(turning clockwise) compresses the apex and thereby reduces its orifice diameter. Loosening the
orifice nut (turning counterclockwise) releases the compression, allowing the apex to return to its
normal size. The following paragraphs describe the spray pattern adjustments to achieve optimal
performance.
The spray pattern varies in response to the feed head (inlet pressure), feed rate, and
hydrocyclone apex opening. To maximize overall desander efficiency, the spray pattern of each
cone must be balanced for optimal performance. This is done by observing the lower discharge
pattern and then adjusting the apex opening to achieve the correct discharge angle (Figure 3-6 &
Figure 3-7) for the prevailing feed rate and inlet pressure.

Figure 3-6 10 Hydrocyclone Spray Patterns

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Figure 3-7 4 Hydrocyclone Spray Patterns

Spray Pattern versus Performance


The three spray patterns shown in Figure 9000-5 are interpreted as follows:
TOO WIDE - Spray angle greater than 30 with a hollow center. In normal operation, this
pattern is undesirable. This spray pattern indicates that the exit diameter of the apex is too large,
and an excessive amount of liquid discharges along with the solids flowing from the bottom of
the cone.
Correct this condition by tightening orifice nut (turning clockwise) until desired spray
profile is achieved.
CORRECT - Spray angle in the range of 20 to 30 with a hollow center. In normal
operation, this pattern is desirable.
No adjustment required.
TOO NARROW - Spray angle less than 20 with a hollow center. In normal operation,
this pattern is undesirable. This spray pattern indicates exit diameter of the apex is too small, the
solids discharge is too dry, and excessive solids are being discharged with the liquid from the
upper discharge.
Correct this condition by loosening orifice nut (turning counterclockwise) until desired
spray profile is achieved.

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3.2.3 NOMINAL FLOW RATES


The following nominal flow rates are based on 500 GPM per hydrocyclone at a 75 head
inlet pressure. Actual flow rates may vary, depending on mud weight, particle sizes, and cone
adjustment.
Number of Hydrocyclones (10)

Nominal Flow Rate(GPM)

1000

900

800

Number of Hydrocyclones (4)

16

12

Nominal Flow Rate(GPM)

1000

800

500

200

3.3 REMOVAL & INSTALLATION OF HYDROCYCLONES


WARNING! RELEASE PRESSURE INSIDE FEED PIPE MANIFOLD, WHEN
INSTALLING OR REMOVING HYDROCYCLONES.
WARNING! DISCONTINUE FLOW OF FEED SLURRY TO DESANDER, AND
RELIEVE PRESSURE FROM FEED LINE BEFORE REMOVING OR INSTALLING
DESANDER CONE(S). DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE OR INSTALL DESANDER
CONE(S) WHILE MACHINE IS OPERATING.
WARNING! PROPERLY SUPPORT CONE BEFORE BEGINNING REMOVAL
PROCEDURE.
3.3.1 REMOVAL
1. Shut down feed to desander, and relieve pressure to feed manifold.
2. Support desander cone to be removed.
3. Using a suitable wrench, loosen and remove Victaulic couplings that connect desander
cone to feed and discharge manifolds.
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4. Carefully lift and remove desander cone from desander.


5. If desander will be returned to service before replacing the removed cone, cap the feed
and discharge manifold ports for the removed cone using 5-inch Victaulic caps. Secure caps
using Victaulic couplings previously attaching cone to manifolds.
Note! Be sure to cap feed and discharge ports if desander is to be returned to service
before replacing cone removed in preceding steps.
3.3.2 INSTALLATION
1. Shut down feed to desander, and relieve pressure to feed manifold.
2. If Victaulic caps were installed, remove caps from ports on feed and discharge
manifolds.
3. Install coupling gaskets on feed and discharge manifold ports.
4. Support desander cone, and align inlet and outlet ports of cone with corresponding ports
on the feed and discharge manifolds.
5. Center coupling gasket between the coupling grooves in both the cone and manifold pipe.
Place Victaulic coupling halves on joint being sure that gasket remains centered on cone and
manifold pipe grooves.

Clamp
4" Hydrocyclone

2" Ball Valve

Gasket
Figure 3-8 4 Hydrocyclone Installation

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3.4 HYDROCYCLONE WEAR PARTS


3.4.1 DESANDER HYDROCYCLONE (10)
Shell
Feed

Big Cone Tube

Small Cone Tube

Drop in Apex
Orifice Nut

No.

Model

Item

Qty/Set

10

Shell

10

Big Cone Tube

10

Small Cone Tube

10

Drop in Apex

10

Pressing Cap

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3.4.2 DESANDER HYDROCYCLONE (4)

No.

Model

Item

Qty/Set

Shell

Big Cone Tube

Small Cone Tube

Drop in Apex

Orifice Nut

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SECTION 4 DESANDER
4.1 GNWSE SERIES WITHOUT BOTTOM SHAKER DESANDER
4.1.1 EQUIPMENT COMPONENT
GNWSE series without bottom shaker desander is composed mainly of manifold assembly,
hydrocyclones, 0-1.0mpa diaphragm pressure gauge; the desanders feeding manifold shall be
connected with centrifugal pump, its overflow manifold connected to another mud tank. The
structure is shown as below:

Figure 4-1 GNWSE-3 without Bottom Shaker Desander Structure


1. 8 Reverse Gear Assembly

2. Manifold Assembly

4. 10Hydrocyclones

3.

0-1.0mpa Diaphragm Pressure Gauge

5. Collection Box Assembly

4.1.2 MODEL & PARAMETER


Model

GNWSE-1S

GNWSE-2S

GNWSE-3S

Number of 10" Desander Hydrocyclone

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Max Treating Capacity:


500GPM

1000GPM

1500GPM

Density1.2g/Cm Viscosity45s
Overall Dimension (mm) LXWXH

217710001901

Total Weight(Kg)

419

489

559

4.1.3 INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE


1. GNWSE series without bottom shaker desander installation size and diagram is as follows:

Figure 4-2 GNWSE without Bottom Shaker Desander Installation Size and Diagram)
A

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

GNWSE-1S

2177

1666

372

20

1626

1000

760

1901

1773

512

1466

24

159

219

GNWSE-2S

2177

1666

372

20

1626

1000

760

1901

1773

512

1466

24

159

219

GNWSE-3S

2177

1666

372

20

1626

1000

760

1901

1773

512

1466

24

159

219

Model

2. Installation & maintenance of hydrocyclone, please refer to hydrocyclone section


3. Operate 5-10 minutes without load each time stops the feeding pump, at the same time, some
clean water is needed to wash the sand-flowing slot, making sure the drop in apex havent been
blocked.
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4. After an accumulated 5000 hours of operation, wear parts of hydrocyclone i.e. cone tube and
drop in apex etc. should be checked or replaced.
4.1.4 WEAR PARTS
No.

Item

Model

Qty/unit

Diaphragm Pressure Gauge

0-1.0Mpa

Hydrocyclone wear parts

Remarks

Please refer to hydrocyclone section in this manual

4.2 GNZJ752E SERIES DESANDER


4.2.1 EQUIPMENT COMPONENT
GNZJ752E series desander is composed of GNZS752E linear motion shale shaker, desander
manifold assembly, desander hydrocyclone, sand-flowing slot, 0-1.0mpa diaphragm pressure
gauge, explosion-proof control panel. The structure is show as below:

Figure 4-3 GNZS752E-2S DESANDER STRUCTURE


1. GNZS752E Linear Motion Shale Shaker

2. 0-1.0mpa Diaphragm Pressure Gauge

3. 10Hydrocyclones 4. Collection Box Assembly


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4.2.2 MODEL & PARAMETER


Model

GNZJ752E-1S

GNZJ752E-2S

Screen Specs

275090028mm

Adjustment Angel ()

Vibrating Motor Parameter

20.75kw

G-Force(G)

7.5

7.5

500GPM

1000GPM

Max Treating Capacity:


Density1.2g/Cm Viscosity45s
Structure Instruction

1S Standard Model

Overall Dimension(mm) Lxwxh


Total Weight

(Kg)

2S Low Coordination Model


167416821802

1048

1105

4.2.3 INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE


1GNZS752 series desander installation size and diagram is as follows::

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Figure 4-4 GNZS752 Bottom Shaker Desander Installation Size and Diagram
Model
GNZJ752E1S
GNZJ752E2S

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

1674

1612

266

1080

1682

1356

1288

1802

1606

1028

471

316

24

159

219

1674

1612

266

1080

1682

1356

1288

1802

1606

1028

471

316

24

159

219

2. Installation & maintenance of hydrocyclone, please refer to hydrocyclone section


3. Operate 5-10 minutes without load each time stops the feeding pump, at the same time, some
clean water is needed to wash the sand-flowing slot, making sure the drop in apex havent been
blocked.
4. After an accumulated 5000 hours of operation, wear parts of hydrocyclone i.e. cone tube and
drop in apex etc. should be checked or replaced.
5. GNZS752 linear motion shale shaker maintenance, please refer to shale shaker user manual.
4.2.4 WEAR PARTS
No.

Item

Model

Qty/unit

Remarks

Diaphragm Pressure Gauge

0-1.0Mpa

Hydrocyclone wear parts

Please refer to hydrocyclone section in this manual

Bottom shaker wear parts

Please refer to shale shaker user manual

4.3 GNZJ703E STANDARD BOTTOM SHAKER DESANDER


4.3.1 EQUIPMENT COMPONENT
Standard bottom shaker desander is composed of GNZS703 linear motion shale shaker,
desander manifold assembly, desander hydrocyclone, sand-flowing slot, 0-1.0 Mpa diaphragm
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pressure gauge, explosion-proof control panel etc. The structure is shown as below:

Figure 4-5 Standard Bottom Shaker Structure


1. Standard Shale Shaker
3. 10Hydrocyclones

2. 0-1.0mpa Diaphragm Pressure Gauge


4. Control Panel 5. Manifold Assembly

4.3.2 MODEL & PARAMETER


Model

GNZJ703-2S

GNZJ703-3S

Screen Specs

3700125040mm

Adjustment Angel ()

-1-5

-1-5

Vibrating Motor Parameter

21.72kw

21.72kw

G-Force(G)

7.5

7.5

1000GPM

1500GPM

2S High Coordination Model

3S Standard Model

Max Treating Capacity


Density1.2g/Cm
Viscosity45s

Structure Instruction

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Overall Dimension(mm) LXWXH

241921991656

241921132066

Total Weight (Kg)

1888

1964

4.3.3 INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE


1. Standard bottom shaker desander installation size and diagram is as follows:

Figure 4-6 Standard Bottom Shaker Desander Installation Size and Diagram
A

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

GNZJ703E-D2S

2419

2362

816

900

2199

1720

1660

1656

1561

1303

540

1080

24

159

219

GNZJ703E-3S

2419

2362

636

900

2113

1720

1660

2066

1717

1513

562

1115

24

159

219

Model

2. Installation & maintenance of hydrocyclone please refer to hydrocyclone section.


3. Operate 5-10 minutes without load each time stops the feeding pump, at the same time, some
clean water is needed to wash the sand-flowing slot, making sure the drop in apex havent been
blocked.
4. After an accumulated 5000 hours of operation, wear parts of hydrocyclone i.e. Cone tube and
drop in apex etc. Should be checked or replaced.
5. Maintenance of bottom shaker, please refer to shale shaker user manual
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4.3.4 WEAR PARTS


No.

Item

Model

Diaphragm Pressure Gauge

0-1.0Mpa

Hydrocyclone wear parts

Please refer to hydrocyclone section in this manual

Bottom shaker wear parts

Please refer to shale shaker user manual

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SECTION 5 - DESILTER
5.1 GNWSE SERIES WITHOUT BOTTOM SHAKER DESILTER
5.1.1 EQUIPMENT COMPONENT
GNWSE series without bottom shaker desilter is composed mainly of manifold assembly,
hydrocyclones, diaphragm pressure gauge; the desanders feeding manifold shall be connected
with desander centrifugal pump, its overflow manifold connected to another mud tank. The
structure is shown as below:

Figure 5-1 GNWSE-16N without Bottom Shaker Desilter Structure


1. 4Hydrocyclones
4. Manifold Assembly

2. 0-1.0mpa Diaphragm Pressure Gauge


5. Collection Box Assembly

3. 2 Ball Valve

6. 8 Reverse Gear Assembly

5.1.2 MODEL & PARAMETER


Model

GNWSE-8N

GNWSE-12N

GNWSE-16N

8 4 Inch

12 4 Inch

16 4 Inch

Hydrocyclone

Hydrocyclone

Hydrocyclone

500GPM

1000GPM

1500GPM

4" Desilter Hydrocyclone

Max Treating Capacity


Density1.2g/Cm
Viscosity45s
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Overall Dimension(mm)
21939001511

LXWXH
Total Weight

(Kg)

469

504

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5.1.3 INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE


1. GNWSE series without bottom shaker desilter installation size and diagram is as below:

Figure 5-2 GNWSE without Bottom Shaker Desilter Installation Size and Diagram
A

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

GNWSE-8N

2193

1666

388

433

800

900

800

1511

974

341

18

159

219

GNWSE-12N

2193

1666

388

433

800

900

800

1511

974

341

18

159

219

GNWSE-16N

2193

1666

388

433

800

900

800

1511

974

341

18

159

219

Model

2. Installation & maintenance of hydrocyclone please refer to hydrocyclone section.


3. Operate 5-10 minutes without load each time stops the feeding pump, at the same time, some
clean water is needed to wash the sand-flowing slot, making sure the drop in apex havent been
blocked.
4. After an accumulated 5000 hours of operation, wear parts of hydrocyclone i.e. cone tube and
drop in apex etc. should be checked or replaced.

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No.

Model

Qty

1 Diaphragm Pressure Gauge

0-1.0Mpa

1/unit

2 Stainless Steel Ball Valve

2"

1/cone

Item

Remarks

Hydrocyclone wear parts Please refer to the hydrocyclone section in this manual

5.2 GNZJ752E SERIES DESILTER


5.2.1 EQUIPMENT COMPONENT
GNZS752 bottom shaker desilter is composed of GNZS752 linear motion shale shaker, desilter
manifold assembly, desilter hydrocyclones, sand-flowing slot, 0-1.0mpa diaphragm pressure
gauge, explosion-proof control panel etc. The structure is show as blow:

Figure 5-3 GNZS752-12N Desilter Structure


1. GNZS752 Bottom Shaker

2. 4Hydrocyclones

4. Collection Box Assembly

3. 0-1.0mpa Diaphragm Pressure Gauge

5. Control Panel 6. Manifold

Assembly

5.2.2 MODEL & PARAMETER


Model

GNZJ752E-4N

GNZJ752E-6N

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275090028mm

Adjustment Angel ()

Vibrating Motor Parameter

20.75kw

G-Force(G)

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

Max Treating Capacity


Density1.2g/cm

250GPM

375GPM

500GPM

750GPM

1000GPM

4N standard

6N standard

8N standard

10N standard

12N low coordination

model

model

model

model

model

1077

1097

Viscosity45s

Structure instruction

Overall
167417071719

dimension(mm)lxwxh

Total weight

(kg)

1007

1037

1057

5.2.3 INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE


1. GNZJ752E series desilter installation size and diagram

Figure 5-4 GNZJ752E Bottom Shaker Desilter Installation Size and Diagram

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A

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

GNZJ752E-4N

1674

1612

266

1080

1707

1356

1288

1719

1182

341

1146

24

159

219

GNZJ752E-6N

1674

1612

266

1080

1707

1356

1288

1719

1182

341

1146

24

159

219

GNZJ752E-8N

1674

1612

266

1080

1707

1356

1288

1719

1182

341

1146

24

159

219

GNZJ752E-10N

1674

1612

266

1080

1707

1356

1288

1719

1182

341

1146

24

159

219

GNZJ752E-12N

1674

1612

266

1080

1707

1356

1288

1719

1182

341

1146

24

159

219

Model

2. Installation & maintenance of hydrocyclone please refer to hydrocyclone section.


3. Operate 5-10 minutes without load each time stops the feeding pump, at the same time, some
clean water is needed to wash the sand-flowing slot, making sure the drop in apex havent been
blocked.
4. After an accumulated 5000 hours of operation, wear parts of hydrocyclone i.e. Cone tube and
drop in apex etc. Should be checked or replaced.
5. Maintenance of bottom shaker, please refer to shale shaker user manual
5.2.4 WEAR PARTS
No.

Item

Model

Qty

Remarks

Diaphragm Pressure Gauge

0-1.0Mpa

1/unit

Hydrocyclone wear parts

Please refer to the hydrocyclone section in this manual

Bottom shaker wear parts

Please refer to shale shaker user manual

5.3 GNZJ703E SERIES DESILTER


5.3.1 EQUIPMENT COMPONENT
Standard bottom shaker desilter is composed of

GNZS703E,

linear motion shale shaker,

desilter manifold assembly, desander hydrocyclone, sand-flowing slot, 0-1.0mpa diaphragm


pressure gauge, explosion-proof control panel etc. The structure is shown as below:

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Figure 5-5 Standard Bottom Shaker Desilter Structure


1. Standard Bottom Shaker

2. 4Hydrocyclones 3 . 0-1.0mpa Diaphragm Pressure Gauge

4. Control Panel

5. Manifold Assembly

5.3.2 MODEL & PARAMETER


Model

GNZJ703E-D8N

GNZJ703E-D12N

SCREEN SPECS

GNZJ703E-16N

3700125040mm

Adjustment Angel ()

-1~5

Vibrating Motor Parameter

21.72kw

G-Force(G)

7.5

Max Treating Capacity:


Density1.2g/Cm Viscosity45s

Structure Instruction

5000 GPM

1000GPM

1400GPM

12N Standard Model

12N High Coordination Model

16N Standard Model

241921131608

241921131608

241921132126

Overall Dimension(mm)
LXWXH

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Total Weight (Kg)

1886

2016

5.3.3 INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE


1.GNZJ703/GNZJ852/GNZJ853 standard bottom shaker desilter installation size and diagram.

Figure 5-6 Standard Bottom Shaker Desilter Installation Size and Diagram
A

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

GNZJ703E-D8N

2419

2362

816

900

2113

1720

1660

1608

1071

341

1902

24

159

219

GNZJ703E-D12N

2419

2362

816

900

2113

1720

1660

1608

1071

341

1902

24

159

219

GNZJ703E-16N

2419

2362

816

900

2113

1720

1660

2126

1589

341

1902

24

159

219

Model

2. Installation & maintenance of hydrocyclone, please refer to hydrocyclone section


3. Operate 5-10 minutes without load each time stops the feeding pump, at the same time, some
clean water is needed to wash the sand-flowing slot, making sure the drop in apex havent been
blocked.
4. After an accumulated 5000 hours of operation, wear parts of hydrocyclone i.e. Cone tube and
drop in apex etc. Should be checked or replaced.
5. Maintenance of bottom shaker, please refer to shale shaker user manual.

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No.

Item

Model

Qty

Diaphragm Pressure Gauge

0-1.0Mpa

1/unit

Stainless Steel Ball Valve

2"

1/cone

Hydrocyclone wear parts

Please refer to the hydrocyclone section in this manual

Bottom shaker wear parts

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SECTION 6 - MUD CLEANER


6.1 EQUIPMENT COMPONENT
Standard bottom shaker mud cleaner is composed of desander hydrocyclones, desilter
hydrocyclones, manifold assembly, 0-1.0mpa diaphragm pressure gauge, control panel, pedestal
etc. The structure is show as below:

Figure 6-1 Standard Bottom Shaker Mud Cleaner Structure


1.

Standard Bottom Shaker

2. 10 Hydrocyclones 3. 4Hydrocyclones

4. 0-1.0mpa Diaphragm Pressure Gauge 5. Control Panel 6. Manifold Assembly

6.2 MODEL & PARAMETER


Model

GNZJ703E-D1S8N GNZJ703E-2S12N GNZJ594E-2S12N

GNZJ703E-3S16N

GNZJ594E-3S16N

10" Desander
Hydrocyclone

3700125040mm 3700125040mm 4585116540mm 3850125040mm 4585116540mm

Adjustment Angel
()

-1~5

-1~5

-1~5

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Vibrating Motor
21.72kw

21.72kw

21.72kw

21.72kw

21.72kw

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

500GPM

1000GPM

1000GPM

1500GPM

1500GPM

Structure

D1S8N Standard

2S12N Standard

2S12N Standard

3S16N High

3S16N Standard

Instruction

Model

Model l

Model

Coordination Model

Model

241921131848

241921132147

263921132147

241921132147

263921132147

2071

2296

2343

2393

2440

Parameter

G-Force(G)

Max Treating
Capacity:
Density1.2g/Cm
Viscosity45s

Overall
Dimension(Mm)
LXWXH

Total Weight
(Kg)

6.3 INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE


1. Mud cleaner installation size and diagram is shown as below:

Figure 6-2 GNZJ703E, GNZJ594E Bottom Shaker Mud Cleaner


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2. Installation & maintenance of hydrocyclone, please refer to hydrocyclone section


3. Operate 5-10 minutes without load each time stops the feeding pump, at the same time, some
clean water is needed to wash the sand-flowing slot, making sure the drop in apex havent been
blocked.
4. After an accumulated 5000 hours of operation, wear parts of hydrocyclone i.e. Cone tube and
drop in apex etc. Should be checked or replaced.
5. Maintenance of bottom shaker, please refer to shale shaker user manual.

6.4 WEAR PARTS


No.

Item

Model

0-1.0mpa diaphragm pressure gauge

Hydrocyclone wear parts

Please refer to hydrocyclone section in this manual

Bottom shaker wear parts

Please refer to shale shaker user manual

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SECTION 7 - WARRANTY
All GN Hydrocyclone Unit sold pursuant to this agreement guarantee 14 Months after shipment
or 12 months after commisioning, whichever comes first. During the guarantee period , GN will
be responsible for problems caused by quality of production or raw material except the wearing
spare parts of the equipment and problems caused by incorrect man-made operation, providing
GN operating, maintenance and inspection recommendations are followed, and authorized oil
filters and lubricants are utilized and replaced at the recommended intervals. In the event of
improper installation, abuse, misuse, improper operation or improper or lack of maintenance of a
GN Hydrocyclone Unit in accordance with GN recommendation and accepted industry practice,
this Warranty will become null and void with respect to such GN Hydrocyclone Unit. During the
period of warranty and upon written notification to GN by the Purchaser, GN guarantees
replacement of all parts manufactured by GN shown to be defective in material and manufacture.
GN makes no further warranty, either expressed or implied, for any amount in excess of the cost
of repair or replacement of any part shown to be defective. The foregoing warranty shall be null
and void and of no further force or effect with respect to any GN Hydrocyclone Unit on which
any repairs or maintenance, other than normal wear part replacements, are performed by any
service provider other than GN or GN authorized providers.
This Warranty does not cover and GN makes no warranty covering:
a. Failures occurring after expiration of the warranty period.
b. Failure caused by decomposition by chemical action or wear caused by abrasion.
c. Equipment damaged in shipment or by accident.
d. Defects in articles purchased by GN or its affiliates from non-affiliated parties and resold
without alteration, which are covered by warranty from the original manufacturer.
e. Failures due to abuse, misuse, or lack of proper recommended maintenance.
f. Failures of equipment, which has in any way been repaired or altered except as authorized by
GN or equipment using components manufactured or repaired by any other party than GN unless
expressly authorized by GN.
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The foregoing warranty shall be herein referred to as the Hydrocyclone Unit Warranty. The
Hydrocyclone Unit Warranty is for the exclusive benefit of Purchaser.
THE CENTRIFUGE WARRANTY CONSTITUTES GNS SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE
WARRANTY WITH RESPECT TO ANY CENTRIFUGE PURCHASED HEREUNDER,
EXCEPT FOR THE CENTRIFUGE WARRANTY, GN HEREBY DISCLAIMS ALL
EXPRESS WARRANTIES (WHETHER ORAL, WRITTEN OR ARISING BY PROMISE,
DESCRIPTION OR SAMPLE) AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
WITHOUT LIMITATION, WARRANTIES OF NON-INFRINGEMENT, ANY WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND ALL
WARRANTIES ARISING BY CUSTOM OR TRADE USAGE.
Purchaser represents that it has evaluated the GN Hydrocyclone Unit in light of the
Hydrocyclone Unit Warranty and has determined that the GN Hydrocyclone Unit are fit and
sufficient for Purchasers operations (including the Processing applications). Purchaser
acknowledges that it is solely responsible for evaluating and choosing the sites where the GN
Hydrocyclone Unit will be installed and the manner in which GN Hydrocyclone Unit will be
used.
GN does not warrant that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or any other regulatory
authority has approved or certified the GN Hydrocyclone Unit for any purpose.
Purchaser assumes any risk, burden and/or costs of EPA or their regulatory compliance with
respect to any GN Hydrocyclone Unit acquired pursuant to this Agreement.
GN has made no inspection of the sites where Purchaser intends to install the Hydrocyclone
Units and disclaims any warranties with respect to installation of the GN Hydrocyclone Unit.
Purchaser shall use its best efforts to ensure that all persons or entities renting or leasing GN
Hydrocyclone Unit are informed of the foregoing exclusive warranty and warranty disclaimer.

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