Here are some of the frequently asked questions we encounter at Cubility. Learn more here about what our brand of lightweight solids control can do for you.
A. The MudCube is a technology developed to replace traditional shakers.
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A. MudCube technology reduces overall drilling cost.
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A. The MudCube replaces a complex shaking system with a new and innovative approach to liquid separation.
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Q. Does the MudCube replace traditional vibrating shakers?
A. Yes. The MudCube replaces traditional vibrating shakers. The MudCube is a safer and more efficient primary solids control system.
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A. The MudCube lightweight solids control technology separates drilling fluid and drilled solids using a combination of high air flow and a vacuum.
A. Yes. The MudCube handles all types of drilling fluids and completion fluids.
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A. A MudCooler cools mud 11 – 15 °C, which is cooler than many of today’s mud coolers. It is a mud cooling kit that is an add-on to the MudCube.
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A. The CubeLink transports drilling waste in a cleaner, safer, and more cost-effective manner than traditional waste-transporting technology.
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A. CubeLink technology reduces overall drilling cost.
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A. The CubeLink replaces complex and ineffective waste transporting systems.
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A. The CubeLink transports drill cuttings (drilling waste) using a recurring belt that works as a container and mode of transportation for the waste.
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A. Yes, the MudCube and CubeLink work together.
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A. Yes, the MudCube and CubeLink work separately.
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