See How Our New Generation Of Frac Pump Technology Saves Time And Money

October 1, 2017

Engineering Supervisor Jim Yanus shares our latest innovations with Oilfield Technology magazine.

“Gardner Denver has worked to promote innovation and move beyond ‘tried and true’ technologies,” writes Jim Yanus, Gardner Denver Engineering Supervisor, in the September 2017 issue of Oilfield Technology. “With positive engineering and field tests, this new series of pumps looks set to save operators time and money through increased productivity and reliability.”

There’s nothing wrong with the tried-and-true. After all, Gardner Denver prides itself on having invented the first drilling mud pump, and on all of the tried-and-true technologies we’ve improved upon and which are still in use today.

But more than anything, we pride ourselves on always improving performance for our customers. We never rest on our laurels and are never satisfied with “good enough.” As an industry innovator and thought leader, we’re always looking for ways to improve productivity, reliability and efficiency, saving customers like you time and money. And not just in the pumps and parts we’ve built our reputation on, but on the aftermarket services that keep you online and on time.

In this exclusive article in Oilfield Technology, our own Jim Yanus explains in detail how Gardner Denver is “Making A Way For A New Generation.” 

Click here to check it out.

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