The idea to transfer the winch from the ground to the wellhead was suggested in 1991 by R. Yu. Suleimanov, chief mechanic at Chernogorneft, after whom the winch was unofficially named.
Our team put this idea in hardware back in 1992.
Since the first specimens of Suleimanov Winch in 1992, the design has come a long way in mechanics and automation development.
MDS-010 was the most widely used model. It had been manufactured (with minor upgrades) from 1995 to 2015 and was included in many textbooks that dealt with dewaxing. The winch became a target of dozens of improvement suggestions at the Customer’s sites and a subject of several reports at oil production optimization conferences. The winch became a subject of hundreds of student theses.
Based on our design concept, our competitors have made duplicates with different degrees of success.
The company in current state (Debit-E LLC) was established in 2009 and continued to manufacture and improve the Suleimanov Winch.
Our employees obtained 24 patents for invention and utility model.
The company is a pioneer in the following areas:
— Debit-E engineers were the first to develop a design for securing the mechanism at the wellhead;
— Debit-E engineers were the first to develop and launch heated lubricators with the use of heating explosion-proof cables;
— Debit-E engineers were the first to prove the advantage of constant diameter scrapers for low speeds over turbines and expandable scrapers;
— Debit-E engineers were the first to propose an angled cutting blade pattern for scrapers;
— Debit-E engineers were the first to develop a new lubricator scraper detection system that greatly increased reliability of operation;
— Debit-E Automation Department specialists were the first to adopt on-line monitoring to supervise and control Suleimanov Winches from any device connected to the Internet;
— Today, the Suleimanov Winch is available in 5 versions: МDS-010, МDS-10, DSA-18, МDSA-20.5 and МDSA-20.7.
Up to date, the company has localized 95% of metalworking, 15% of electronic components manufacturing, 100% of automation equipment assembly, 100% of MDSA assembly, testing, and packaging.