The R250C reclaimer is a modular mud recycling system that can pair with a variety of directional drills. The R250C modular design aligns with ISO shipping standards or can be trailer-mounted. With the Vermeer R250C reclaimer, there is less need to transport truckload after truckload of water, less time spent coordinating disposal and delivery and fewer trips to disposal sites. A mud recycling system can help make your operation more efficient by reducing the amount of drilling fluid additives and fresh water required to complete the installation.
Increase your efficiency
With a recycling rate of 250 gpm (946.4 L/min), the Vermeer R250C reclaimer helps increase your jobsite efficiency and can decrease your operating costs by recycling drilling fluid returns.
An innovative 45-degree manifold ensures an efficient flow of processed drilling fluid exiting the hydro-cyclone. This design helps reduce undue turbulence or excessive vacuum which facilitates more efficient separation of sands and course silts.
Scaled shaker deck
A scaled two-deck shaker design provides more visibility and accessibility, making it more user-friendly compared to other conventional double-deck shakers.
Effective removal of solids
Compared to single-deck shaker systems, the two-deck shaker design processes two pre-determined cut points. This provides effective removal of solids in two distinct categories. Not allowing them to return back into the fluid stream helps decrease the sand content and potential of regrinding solids into fines.
Balanced elliptical shaker motion
A balanced elliptical shaker motion provides more even conveyance of solids across the shaker decks. This motion also improves the ability to carry lower gravity solids, such as clay, over the shaker screens, helping reduce the potential of increased mud weight. Additional benefits of the balanced elliptical motion are improved cake dryness and longer screen life.
360-degree working deck
The top deck provides multiple access points to the shaker deck which simplifies washing the screens and other daily activities.