About Test Separator
Test Separator :
Test Separator : A test separator is a pressure vessel that uses gravity to separate sand, natural gas, oil and water from each other. It is rigged up to a new well by a well testing or flowback company soon after the well has been drilled and completed. In addition to separating the well stream into its constituent components, the test separator records the volume of each component over time, allowing the flow rates to be calculated, most often as barrels per day or "MMSCFD" (million standard cubic feet per day). This allows the tester to figure out how productive the new well is and gain insight into the underground reservoir that holds the oil and natural gas into which the new well has tapped. A 3-phase test separator handles the separation of oil, gas and water while a 4-phase test separator can also separate sand and small particulates.
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