We are a leading manufacturer for rod pumped deviated wellbores.

Our proven Hi-Rise System™ including continuous rod, lined tubing, engineering services, well servicing,and EMI technology, overcomes production challenges in unconventional wells.

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Make informed decisions to optimize run times and achieve superior performance

LPS's innovative scanning technology revolutionizes traditional EMI (Electro-Magnetic Inspection) methods with its proprietary LV-EMI™ System. With this patented device, LPS leverages a "powerless" magnet coil in conjunction with the only power requirement being a 4-20 milliamp for advanced contact 'Hall and Surge Coil Sensors.' The system not only avoids the typical inaccuracies caused by variable scanning speeds and contactless sensors but also enhances precision in data acquisition. The tailor-made LV-Zepher™ software processes and interprets data with unmatched accuracy.

For over two years, LPS has successfully commercialized this groundbreaking technology, which has substantially improved the maintenance and design of continuous sucker rod strings for operators. Using the state-of-the-art scanning solution, operators made well-informed decisions to optimize rod string configurations and optimize run times.

EMI Continuous Rod Inspections

Inspections of continuous sucker rods have traditionally been done visually in the field by experienced rig crews. This method primarily depends on the operator's expertise and attention to detail. Defective rods are often not caught with a visual inspection and can be run back in the hole, leading to premature failures. Conversely, if too much rod is scrapped, the operator might have a more expensive workover than necessary to replace the rod string.

Electromagnetic inspection will allow LPS to detect any imperfections or corrosion in the rod string that is not always detectable by a visual inspection. LV-EMI™ System inspections can detect cracks, pits, wear, stretching, and even defects underneath the surface of the rod. This process allows the operator to make an educated decision on the condition of the string, enabling swift decisions once the rod is pulled out of the well.

LPS' portable, proprietary, patent-pending LV-EMI™ System unit detects imperfections on continuous rod string while on location. If repairs are necessary, the rod in poor condition will be marked and removed before running the rod string back into the well. All results are input into a qualified report and kept in a tracking program for reference.

Unique Advantages

  • Advanced scanning with patented proprietary LV-SmartMod™ technology leverages a "powerless" magnet coil with advanced contact 'Hall and Surge Coil Sensors.'
  • Avoids running rod in poor condition back into the well, resulting in premature failures, unnecessary workover costs, and lost production.
  • Identifies rod in acceptable condition that can be reused, increasing cost savings and sustainability.
  • Enhanced precision in data acquisition and interpretation with tailor-made LV-Zepher™ software.
  • Generates detailed well profiles highlighting problems within the wellbore and allowing engineers to make decisions to improve runtimes.
  • Successfully commercialized for over two years, substantially improving the design and maintenance of continuous sucker rod strings for operators.