Kemper Introduces Mobile Service Center

By DJ Slater17 August 2020

Kemper Valve & Fittings has launched a mobile service center designed to operate from a customer’s site.

The turnkey mobile command center is equipped with lifting devices, power generation, compressed air and a closed-loop recirculation system. Additionally, water recapture mitigates the risk of contaminants traditionally experienced in mobile operations. By eliminating the need for site utilities, Kemper technicians can operate in any remote area of the job site, according to the company.

The command center promotes reduced risk with a safety interlocked 1 in. (25.4 mm) steel hydrostatic chamber. Each test is controlled by auto-stop release algorithms to prevent any unintentional overrate events, the company said. Pressure testing is monitored from remotely operated cameras that are positioned at key leak detection points.

Each workstation is streamlined with handheld powered tools, Bluetooth enabled inspection equipment and overhead lifting devices. Each inspection is recorded in real-time using Kemper’s IMS 3.0 inspection software, and gateways ensure each quality check is performed before certification.

The command center is equipped to support any high-pressure oilfield product line and can be customized to specialty equipment upon request. Additional mobile services are also available.

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