May 27, 2020 | SPOC Automation

The Savings Are Real. And They Are Spectacular.

When we talk about the primary benefits of adding a drive to your rod pump applications, those benefits come in two flavors: cost savings and increased uptime. There are other benefits, however. Less stress and wear on your equipment mean things break less often so your maintenance costs go down and you get more from your investment.

Bryan Lile, while holed up in his south Texas house, recently recorded a new video for the SPOC Two-Minute Drives series. In this episode, he explores one producer’s experience testing a drive on their rod pumps. (As you can guess, their numbers are compelling.

Check it out. Until that day when we’re all back in the field, keep safe and keep healthy.