The materials stored in bulk plants are essential for the drilling of oil and gas wells. For example, the drilling mud stored in bulk plants is used to remove cuttings from the wellbore, lubricate the drill bit, and maintain proper pressure in the well.
We possess the specialized knowledge and expertise to properly design and construct effective bulk plants here at Keystone Oilfield Fabrication LLC. Some of the factors we consider when designing these structures include the storage capacity, layout, location, and additional variables to ensure the new plant will operate efficiently and safely once constructed.
One of the most critical factors we consider when designing bulk plants is the new layout of the plant. The layout of any bulk plant must be effectively designed to minimize accident risk and optimize the flow of materials. Additionally, the storage tanks must be located in an area that provides safe transportation of the materials and easy access.
In addition to layout, safety is a primary concern when designing bulk plants. The materials stored in bulk plants can be hazardous, making safety a top priority. We design all our bulk plants to comply with national and local safety regulations and ensure they are equipped with property safety equipment to prevent accidents.
If you need a new bulk plant designed and constructed for your site, we are here to help. Contact us today to learn more about the processes we follow when designing new bulk plants for our clients.