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Pictures of "Newer" Oilfield Engines


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There are TONS of "newer" oilfield engines out in the Oilfield. Here is a picutre of an Arrow L795 in Fairview, Montana. This is a 2 cyl 2 cycle engine. The guy on the right is the owner, I'm the guy on the right. Who else has pictures of Newer oilfield engines that are out working for a living?
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Here's a "Cooper Penjax", pumping salt water deep into the ground. You can stand right next to it and hardly hear it run:Attachment 24960

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There are TONS of "newer" oilfield engines out in the Oilfield. Here is a picutre of an Arrow L795 in Fairview, Montana. This is a 2 cyl 2 cycle engine. The guy on the right is the owner, I'm the guy on the right. Who else has pictures of Newer oilfield engines that are out working for a living?
Doug the smaller engine, is that to start the bigger engine or just to build air for a tank for starting
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Hi BD

The little gas engine on the ground is the starter. There is a hard rubber wheel that raises up and come into contact with the engines flywheel. You "engage" the starter by stepping on a pedal that raises the rubber wheel. Electric starters are standard on these engines....BUT....way up north there when its -40 below 12V just isnt enuf to crank them over.
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Here is an Arrow K6 "6hp" engine. Its on a well in Southern Oklahoma. I know it LOOKS like an oilwell.... ..but its acutally a coal bed methane gas well. Its pumping water off to relieve the pressure so the coal will release the natural gas.
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Well...I can't get the picture to load?
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Here is an Ajax 8 1\2 X 10 model EA-42 "42 hp" located near Silby, La.
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This is an Arrow C-46 also near Silby, La. This engine looks like they havent ran it in a few years
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