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Renegade introduces new Full Electric Drive Wireline Truck for customers in the Northeast 

Efficiency, performance and regulatory compliance all in a compact unit

Today, companies are being challenged to evaluate their environmental footprint as part of a long-term ESG strategy. One example recently occurred when Renegade Wireline Services and Benchmark Wireline Products teamed up to convert an existing Renegade Bulldog unit into an electric unit. For use in areas where many customers are now requiring electric fleets on the job site, the new Full Electric Drive Wireline Truck will bring more efficient operations to the wellsite and provide quieter operations while lessening the impact on the environment. The unit will also help meet strict regulatory requirements that are mandatory for some areas. While electric units at the rigsite are not a new idea, they have recently become more common due to several advantages.
 

  • More efficient 
  • Lessens the environmental impact 
  • Less noise 
  • Meets regulatory requirements in some areas 
» The unit features many automatic controls and displays.

The trend is that for future use, all wireline units will be required to be electric. This is another example of Renegade bringing technology to the wellsite the customer has asked for.

Designed specifically for customers whose wells have a small footprint, Renegade’s Full Electric Drive Wireline unit can fit where other units cannot without taking up valuable rigsite space. Although there are competitor units available, they are larger in size, cost much more and are size-prohibitive for well sites with a small footprint. The Renegade unit was designed with the customer in mind to accommodate small locations.    

Some of the features of this new unit include: 

  • Auto Surface Shutdown 
  • Auto Over-tension Shutdown 
  • Auto Target Depth Tie-In and Shutdown 
  • Automatic Torque Control Adjustment 
  • Automatic Cable Oiler (optional) 
  • Visual Alarm Settings 
  • Hoist Controller with Can Buss Interface 

Benefits to the service company include increased operational efficiency.  

  • No diesel fuel is required on location assuming there is AC power on location. 
  • There is reduced wear and tear on the equipment, especially on pump-down operations where the engine can be running for long periods of time. The unit motor is only used for transport from one location to another. 
  • Fewer moving parts except for the winch. No pumps, no PTO, etc. All replaced with electric power. 
  • The combination of an electric unit and AC power on location can result in a zero-carbon footprint. 

See How You Can Make a Huge Difference in the Environmental Footprint and Efficiency of Your Wellsite

Contact us today to learn more about our customer-centric design. 

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