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Jet Pump

Unique Design for Increased Efficiency . Easy Retrieval in Reverse Mode . Materials for the harshest well conditions .
Tubing Sizes 23/8” to 4½”



Jet Pump Range for Production Rates of 10 BPD to 10K BPD

Up to 1,700 bpd

  • Slim hole with concentric tubing
  • Bad casing
  • Gas well dewatering
  • Sliding sleeve/cavity pump for 2-3/8" tubing

 Up to 4,000 bpd

  • Sliding sleeve/cavity pump for 2-3/8" & 3-1/2" tubing

 Up to 10,000 bpd

  • Tubing conveyed housing for 2-3/8" –4-1/2" tubing
  • Frac flowbacks
  • Highest volume and most efficient pump
  • Sliding sleeve/cavity pump for 4-1/2" tubing and up

Jet Pump Materials of Construction


With no moving parts in the well the jet pump is already the most reliable artificial lift solution. The materials of construction are chosen to ensure very long life even in the harshest of well environments.


High Efficiency Through Design

Increase flow areas, direct fluid delivery to the draw down point, coupled with EDM machined (patent pending) outlet sub gives the jet pump a marked advantage over other types of jet pump.

This also contributes to high ratios of:

Barrels of Fluid Lifted per kW of Power

Achieving high efficiencies than many other artificial lift alternatives.


Jet Pump Inflow Area Comparison


Jet Pump Outflow Area Comparison


Jet pump design delivers increased efficacy due to larger inflow and outflow area.



The ability to supply custom profiles to fit customers existing completions enables lower cost of implementation and greater ease to switch from other forms of artificial lift


Extensive stock

The simplicity of the jet means that stock parts are easily put in place and readily available.


Easy Retrieval of Jet Pump in Forward or Reverse Flow Mode

Sometimes well conditions dictate that produced well fluid should be kept away from the casing. The jet pump is then used in the reverse flow configuration. The jet pump can still be retrieved without a slick line or workover rig.