Our Rentals Include:
Our 125 HP Boiler will produce 4312 lbs of steam per hour. The BTU input is 5.25BTU with about 4.3 MBTU output. Alberta Boiler Safety Association rates out 125 HP Boiler to be 580KW based on a heating surface of 58m2. The boilers maximum working pressure is 150 PSI and the actual working pressure set by the pressure trolls to be around 100 PSI.
Our 125 HP Boiler Heat Exchanger package will produce almost 1 cube or 1000 liters per minute of water at a 20 degree Celsius temperature rise.
The boiler is installed in a custom built skid shack with a 4’x10’6”x8’ fuel tank which holds about 2500 US gallons of fuel which enables the unit to fire for about 60 hours operating full out. The unit will operate full out when using the heat exchanger. There is a water tank 8’x10’6”x8’ which holds the water for the boiler. When using heat exchanger, the water will just circulate from boiler to the tank all night and day. Only when not returning the condensate water would it need to be filled.
In the center of the shack is a Genset room with a 100 amp generator. The boiler will plug into the generator as would the circulation pump on the heat exchanger. The boiler and heat exchanger can also be plugged into the rig light plant. Also, in the center of the shack is a staircase to the top of the shack for filling the fuel tank.
This unit working at maximum capacity will heat a 400 barrel tank of water 20 degrees Celsius in one hour.
This unit is designed to use all the energy produced by your 125 HP Boiler.
240 gallon/minute = 20 degrees Celsius or 36 degrees Fahrenheit rise
200 gallon/minute = 24 degrees Celsius or 43 degrees Fahrenheit rise
120 gallon/minute = 40 degrees Celsius or 72 degrees Fahrenheit rise
910 liters/minute = 20 degrees Celsius or 36 degrees Fahrenheit rise
750 liters/minute = 24 degrees Celsius or 43 degrees Fahrenheit rise
455 liters/minute = 40 degrees Celsius or 72 degrees Fahrenheit rise
Rig Anchor/Pull Test Trucks
All our trucks are used for installing rig anchors and pull tests and each truck is equipped with an electronic safety. shut off switch. Our trucks offer the latest technology which is maintained and kept current.
Office Trailers are 26Ft long and include microwaves, refrigerators, DVD players, satellite and toilets
Our Light towers 23kw and 60Kw gen sets are equipped with electronic shut off switches and Secondary Safety Restraint.
We can install up to 9 foot pillings for decks and fences, and we can now do pillings for mobile homes.
We offer two sizes 5000lb to 10,000lb and 3000lb to 5000lb
Our Gate Valves come in the following sizes:
7 1/16 3000lb to 5000lb & 10,000lb
Gate Valves are all certified, pressure tested and charted before they are rented to our customers.
Copies of certification are available upon request.
Gate Valve Reports
Pressure Test Report (PDF)
Materials Certificate (PDF)
P.L Examination Report (PDF)
M.T Examination Report (PDF)
1000 Galleon Double Wall Environment Safe fuel Skid with eletric pump with 50ft artic hose.
Set up for Mobile Work Platform:
First Step – Move skid into place make sure that ground is even and you pick a good side of the well head with the most room. On the dead roll it gives you a centre to centre measurement use this this is to the centre of the well head and centre of the platform.
Second Step – Move platform along the beams to height that you would like to work at from. The bottom of skid to the pivot points of main beams it is 48inches and every hole is 8.5 inches so reinstall main pins and put pin locks into the pins.
Third Step - Make sure the pins for the platform are installed This is the two small pins that are 1 1/8 if they are not in the main beams it will not come up and you will damage the platform. As your are standing the platform from the two lifting points from the front make sure you pick it up Start and even as it comes over do not let it hit the pins on the bottom as it gets close drive the bottom pins into it to hold it up you might have to hit them with a rubber hammer install the locking pins.
Fourth Step - As the platform is held up right with the crane remove the small 1 1/8 pins then let it come down with the crane and as it comes down the two front legs will swing into place.
Fifth Step - Next you will install the stairs as you install them hook the front to the platform then when the crane is still hooked to the stairs pull the two locking pins and the crane will lower them to the right height watch your fingers.
Sixth Step - Next you can go up on the platform and install the pins into the front legs if you don't not hit the ground with the front legs remove the pins at the bottom of them and you might have to block them as well.
Seventh Step - Install only if you are over 8 feet-Install the cross members from the main beam to the front legs and as well between the two front legs.
Eighth Step - Last you will install the hand rails make sure you install them with the kick plate in.
- Ensure no equipment is on work floor and center pad is pinned to keep from sliding
- Remove handrails and put away on racks
- Attach crane to stairs and lower to base.(Watch for pinch points)
- Attach crane to front of work floor and hoist to vertical position. (Keep sling short as possible)
- Remove positing pins and adjust work floor to travel position
- Install positioning pins and binding pins
- Hold up on work floor and remove keeper pins. Lay down rails and platform
- Ensure rails are set in racks
Daily Prestart Inspection
All components that have a direct bearing on the safe operation of the aerial platform and whose status can change from day to day with use shall be visually inspected on a daily basis by the operator. In addition, these components, where applicable, practicable, and possible shall be observed during operation for defects that could affect the safe operation of the aerial platform. Items such as, but not restricted to the following shall be regularly inspected for defects and shall also be observed during operation and between regular inspections for defects:
- Structural components for obvious damage (broken parts, and cracks in welds)
- Ladder or steps for damage and debus (shall be firmly secured to the platform)
- Platform assembly for loose and missing parts, Missing or loose lock pins and bolts, and proper placement of the footswitch
- Platform floor for structural damage, holes or cracked welds, dirt grease, or oil that can create a hazard
- Access gate for ease of movement, missing parts, latched and locking capabilities
- Fall protection system
- Safety devices for malfunction
Hurst Anchors & Rentals Mobile Work Platform
Serial Number: 0001
Jib Manufacturer: E&B Fabricators
Owner: Hurst Anchors & Rentals Ltd. RR2 Grande Prairie, AB T8V 2Z9
Maximum Persons on Platform: 4
Maximum Platform Capacity: 900lbs
Maximum Allowable wind speed: 80km/h
Maximum Allowable Height: 16'
Platform must be used on level ground
Refer to Manual Located in Tool Box before set up and take down
Daily Inspection required see manual
This Platform is not electrically insulated
Weight of Platform: 4700lb
This platform has been designed, manufactured and tested in accordance with CSA B543
This platform is equipped with fall protection please consult Owner.
Diesel Driven Pressure Tester 10K (Max 12.5)
-3Cylinder, 20HP diesel engine
-1000psi low pressure high volume pump 2:1, 4.6 US Gal/min
-12kpsi high pressure, low volume pump 7:1, 0.6 US Gal/min
-Charge pump: 10usg/min@120Psi
-2Hydraulic Reels with
-1/2” x 150’ Supply Hose 15,000psi W.P.
-1/2” x 150’ Return Hose 15,000psi W.P.
-Stainless-Steel, Engraved Control Panel
-2fluid Tanks 41+45US Gal
-1Fuel Tank 13 US Gal
-4point lift with 71/2”x31/2” ID Forklift Pockets
-Square Tubular Frame Dimensions (LxWxH)92”x54”x47”
-Dry Weight 3800lb