The brains of the operation

A spacious RV, the data van functions as the electronic control center of the wellsite. It includes all of the computer servers, networks and monitors required to record factors like pressure, flow, and sand and chemical levels. On the exterior, an optional telescoping satellite continuously transmits data back to your headquarters. The van also includes a quality control lab to analyze the slurry and ensure that your readings are correct. Large stadium seats allow personnel to watch and manage the operations in comfort.


Choose the standard setup as described below
or customize the van to your own layout

  • Semi-trailer 40 feet long x 13-feet, 6 inches wide
  • Tandem axle, 20,000-pound axles
  • Eight windows, smooth aluminum siding and one-piece aluminum roof
  • Tires 255/70R22 on polished aluminum wheels
  • Insulated with 3-inch spray-on polyurethane and lined with .040 aluminum
  • Dropped ceiling and sub floor
  • Rubber flooring
  • Four walk-in doors with steps
  • Cargo area with access doors
  • Ten outside quartz lights


  • Three rooms: lab room with sink, pump room, control room
  • Five-ton air conditioner with ducting
  • 25 KW diesel generator with tank
  • Generator box on front with sound deadener
  • Electrical throughout as needed
  • Cabinetry per print
  • Fresh-water tank
  • Ladder to roof on generator box
  • Four chairs in slide out
  • Five operator chairs
  • Microwave, small upright refrigerator/freezer
  • Custom paint and graphics
  • 30-inch x 190-inch slide out
  • LED lighting in IT rack
  • Computers, monitors, cables, and satellite

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