Conventional plungers are the right fit for a variety of well types. Well factors to consider in choosing the best conventional plunger for your application include the expected fluid load, the condition of the well tubing, and whether the well produces any solids—such as sand or paraffin.
These utility-type plungers are designed to provide trouble-free operation, long plunger life and reliable well performance under a wide range of operating conditions.
Our Steady-Flo plungers are ideal for wells that produce high fluid volumes, but lack gas energy to successfully evacuate the fluid.
The Steady-Flo plunger incorporates dual through-bore channels which allow the plunger to find a hydrostatic equilibrium point in the wellbore by slipping fluid as the plunger rises. With this design, the Steady-Flo plunger utilizes the well’s available energy to produce an even amount of fluid on each plunger run.
Our Skirted Dual Pad Plunger is a step ahead in padded plungers, offering improved well performance along with superior wear characteristics and better reliability.
These plungers can operate in a variety of well conditions. Changing liquid loads are managed well with this plunger.
Endurance Barstock plungers are optimal low-cost utility plungers.
These plungers are typically used in wells with solids or low liquid and gas production. They are extremely versatile and can handle many tasks ranging from paraffin or scale buildup reduction to temporary use for sand cleanout.
Endurance Hollow plungers are optimal low-cost utility plungers.
These plungers are typically used in wells with solids or low liquid and gas production.
The Endurance Brush Plunger has a flexible brush spirally wound onto a solid mandrel constructed with under cuts, ensuring de-scaling of the tubing.
The brush element employed is a stiff, heat resistant, durable nylon material, giving this brush plunger a longer lifespan than technology used in competing models.