Jack-Up BOP HPU
EFC Group HPUs Built to Client Specification
EFC hydraulic technicians are available to travel onsite as required
Typical EFC Group Hydraulic Power Unit (HPU)
EFC Group provides standard & bespoke hydraulic control and hot line panels. These are multi-purpose units for control and testing any hydraulic actuated equipment.
High and Low Pressure test units are provided by EFC Group. Whether they are bespoke or standard the Pressure Test Unit is designed to pressure test critical Well Control Assemblies.
The units are typically used for testing;
- Riser Lines
Our HPUs provide a clean, stable supply of Hydraulic fluid to either topside or subsea equipment. Our systems are manufactured in accordance with client determined specifications.
Our standard range of HPUs include; 3,000psi, 5,000psi, 10,000psi, 15,000psi and 22,500psi power units.
Units can be specified to include independently regulated lines to allow the testing of different valves from one source.
All units are either stainless steel or mild steel painted to marine specification, equipped with forklift pockets and padeyes as appropriate
The following can be client specified:
- Pump flow rates / operating pressure
- Tank / Reservoir Size
- Mechanical/Electric Chart Recorder
- Pressure Indicator
|8” Finescale, Cascaded Gauge Display High Resolution Pressure Reading to 22,500 PSI
|User Interface Mimic Panel
|Regulator Maintains Constant Flow Rate Despite Variable Pressure Adjustable Set Point for Pressure, Multiple Regulated Lines Available.
|Electronic or Mechanical Chart Recorder
|Flame Retardant, Low Halogen Cables
|Simplified Equipment Layout to Aid Maintenance
|Forklift Pockets and Padeyes, DNV 2.7.1 or 2.7.3 Available Upon Request
|Constructed from Stainless Steel
|Alarm & Pump Stop
|Ability for User to Define and Set Pressure Limits
Interested in Jack-Up BOP HPU?
Please call or email us with;
- Required flow rates and operating pressure, including swept volumes to open and close.
- Is the unit to be API 16D Compliant or another standard.
- Does your frame require any lifting certification or crash frame