CETCO Oilfield Services Uses Verderflex for Innovative FlexTreat System

CETCO Oilfield Services is working with Verderflex for the pump requirements in its FlexTreat System.

CETCO Oilfield Services water treatment division specialises in the removal of hydrocarbons, solids, toxic materials and other contaminants from oilfield wastewater streams produced during oil and gas operations.

Specialising in such problematic fluids, CETCO needs to work with suppliers it can trust. Craig Bolling, Regional Sales Engineer for Verder in Scotland explains why the relationship works so well: "Verder is always keen to work with innovative companies, especially where we can really make a difference by providing a solution to a more complicated process.

We are able to do this with our extensive range of products and experience in a number of sectors including water and wastewater, printing, packaging, chemical, industrial, food and beverage, construction and pharmaceutical. In this instance we supplied a number of Verderflex and Dura pumps for CETCO's FlexTreat system."

Ian Robertson, Engineering Manager at CETCO explains why it is so important to work with the right supplier on their FlexTreat System: "FlexTreat is a system which combines conventional water treatment technologies and proprietary media to effectively process problematic fluids of wide ranging and uncertain composition.

We treat waste water to a stringent level from a variety of different sources which contains for example, solids or crude oil. For this reason we need to work with suppliers we can rely on for high performing pumps as well as their specific application knowledge. We can benefit from all of this from Verder".

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