HPump Flex80 56stg, 350HP

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2 Weeks

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HPump Flex80 56stg, 350HP HPump Flex80 56stg, 350HP


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The CENetic HPump™ surface pumping system, originated and designed by Baker Hughes, has provided a reliable, efficient alternative to positive displacement, split case, and other surface pumping options for more than 25 years.


  • Water disposal and injection
  • Jet pump power fluid
  • Booster pump
  • Fluid transfer and pipeline

Features and Benefits

  • Reliable, low-maintenance components – Lowers operating expenses
  • Flexible design with system capabilities from 250 to 160,000 BFPD – Tolerates broad temperature range in variety of applications
  • Robust, low-vibration design – Extends life of system components
  • Extensive R&D testing – Provides reliable, trouble-free, and performance-driven equipment n Cartridge seal design – Adapts to changing fluid conditions – Reduces field replacement time by at least 50%
  • Stage coating options – Prevent buildup of asphaltenes and scale – Minimizes abrasive wear n Abrasion-resistant technology – Improves run life – Extends operating range

Pump: 3,500 BPD @ 1,88 PSI delta to 10,750 BPD @ 850PSI delta @ 60Hz
Motor: 350HP TECO, TEFC, 3/60/460
Skid: 39” Long by 44” Wide
intake: 4” 150# Raise Face Flange. 410SS
Discharge: 4” 2500# Raise Face Flange. 410SS 
Accesories: Intake and discharge Murphy pressure switch gauges

Site: Area classified as non-hazardous, ≤ 3000 ft. (1,005 meters) above sea level. Maximum ambient temperature 104°F (40°C).
Fluid: water, specific gravity 1.0 – 1.05, Viscosity 1.612 Cp, Max inlet pressure 150 psig (1,034 kPa)
For any applications outside these parameters, please consult your Baker Hughes Representative regarding possible configuration changes or alternative applications. 

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