Deep below the Eiffel Tower in the Paris Basin of France, Wheeled Rod Guide® couplings are at Work.
Wheeled Rod Guide® couplings are at work in Australia, Egypt, Pakistan, India, Canada, Colombia, France, and the United States.
Wheeled Rod Guide® couplings are at work half-way between Long Beach and Catalina Island.
Wheeled Rod Guide® couplings are working under an airport in Jena, Louisiana.
Carter County, Oklahoma: This well was going down with tubing leaks every month. The operator installed 45 Wheeled Rod Guide® couplings at the wear points. The well has not been down in 6 months.
Crane County, Texas: This operator has been running Wheeled Rod Guide® couplings in a deviated well for 18 months. There have been no tubing leaks and no rod breaks.
Glacier County, Montana: This operator has been running Wheeled Rod Guide® couplings for two years. During this time no tubing leaks have occurred and the well is still pumping. The wheels in the guides have been changed once.
Ector County, Texas: An operator has been running Wheeled Rod Guide® couplings in several of his wells for 18 months. There have been no tubing leaks nor rod breaks. Two of the wells have been pulled within 18 months. They showed only slight wear on the guide wheels.
Finley County, Kansas: This operator had a well that was going down once a month. He installed 11 guides. Eighteen months later the well was pulled for a pump change. The operator only needed to change 7 of the 44 wheels.
Santa Barbara County, California: This operator was pumping a well on an offshore platform. It was deviated 34 degrees at the bottom. The production engineer ran Wheeled Rod Guide® couplings that included some 10′ and 12′ pony rods and 100 Wheeled Rod Guide® couplings. After five months he pulled the well for inspection. There was no wear on the rods and the wheels on the guides had only 10% wear.