Frac Head Description
When you are renting frac heads for your operation, you will have to consider a number of factors. Consider the working pressure, the type of top connection needed, the type of bottom connection needed, the minimum width for the through-bore, the number of side connections you need, whether you need a branch angle on the side connection, and the pressure rating.
There are a number of different types of frac heads available, so taking the time to choose the ones that are right for your operation is very important. It's also a good idea to look into the reputation of the manufacturer, as well as the models that you are choosing. After all, you need to have something that is strong and reliable so you do not have to worry about it standing up to the high pressures during fracking.
Features of frac heads
Frac heads come in many different styles and varieties based on specific needs for the end user. Most of the best quality units are made from hardened steel, and they have strong welds for the branches which help to ensure their durability. They may have a different number of branches for example, which will play a large part when choosing one of these devices.
How frac heads work
The overall goal of these devices is to proved safe and efficient fluid flow during the fracking process. This is extremely important due to the high volumes being pumped through the devices, generally under extreme pressures. The strength of the frac head is extremely important, as low quality frac heads will simply not be able to withstand the constant pressures they have to deal with during use.
About frac heads
A frac head helps to provide efficient flow of fluid for different types of fracking operations. Quality devices are able to work well with high pressure and high flow rate projects. They are available in a number of different sizes and shapes to accommodate the needs of various fracking operations. One of the other terms that are often used to describe this device is a goat head.
Frac Head Applications
Frac heads are used for the following:
- Oil and gas industry
Frac Head Manufacturers
- B&B Oilfield Services, LLC
- Drake Oilfield Supply, Inc.