MXROS Inc. designs and builds
data acquisition and laboratory trucks and vans. These vehicles are used
to monitor and record data from oil well servicing operations. Optionally,
stations can be added to remotely control frac units or blenders. Lab
vans are used to make on-site, real time, quality control evaluations
of fluids and slurries.
These vehicles share certain
attributes such electrical power requirements, equipment storage, electronic
equipment operation and HVAC systems. Differences are mainly customer
accommodations which are only required for the data van and sinks with
water holding tanks, which are for the lab van only. The enclosures are
usually fabricated aluminum with doors, windows, and access steps. Trailer
or skid-mounted versions of this equipment are also available.
All vehicles come complete
with a full operations and maintenance manual including assembly drawings,
bills of materials and trouble shooting schematics.
- Trucks with 12 to 28 ft.
bodies with windows and entries per customer specification.
- Power provided by 6.5 to
15 kW generator, (either with independent power or driven off the road
engine), with power distribution, filtration and UPS.
- Interior finish generally
consists of vinyl flooring and walls with stainless counters and sinks
in the lab vehicles. Options are available.
- Data vehicle uses standard
19-inch electronic racks with customer defined work surfaces and seating.
- Roof mounted HVAC systems
with interior and exterior work lights.
- Exterior under body storage
for tools and instrumentation with pull out cable reels.
- Available with communication
link capability for real time data transmission.