Avenge Energy has the following, fully-staffed, equipment:
Our fleet of straight vacs are available throughout Western Canada. We can provide a variety of different rig services including land spreading, pad work, and support for conventional drilling practices.
- Tandem Floater trucks
- Tire Boss
- All units are equipped with agitator's
- Code Units
- Portable vent gas scrubbers are available for these units
For larger volume jobs, Avenge has a fleet of semi-vac trucks and a semi-vac combination unit with capacity of up to 28m3 to get the job done efficiently. Our Semi-vac units have vent gas scrubbers mounted on each unit.
Avenge Energy Services fleet of combination units can be on site to clean up your unwanted fluids, spills, and waste materials.
- Up to 12m3 debris tanks
- Up to 4m3 wash water
- 1 million BTU burner
- Spec tanks for hauling contaminated waste
Avenge Energy Services daylighting hydrovacs offer a safe alternative to traditional highly powered trenching machines.
This system consists of water and vacuum technology to blast through dirt and rocks to expose pipelines, utilities, and electrical systems. Our Hydrovacs also come in handy for clean ups.
Avenge Energy Services water trucks are typically used to supply water to drilling rigs and hydrovac units. Each Avenge water truck contains 100 to 110 barrel tanks with hydraulically driven 4” pumps and a rear spray bar for dust control.
- Code Tanks
- Floater Tires
- Dust Control
Our newest addition to the fleet, Avenge now offers a 5000000btu hot oiler complete with a 10000psi pump and a 4 compartment tank to meet a variety of heating and pressure demands.
Avenge currently offers pressure trucks for well stimulation and pressure testing up to 6000 psi.
Avenge has a fleet of single and tandem axle steamers wth capacities of up to 8m3 to fit most industry needs.
With Stainless Steel tanks, our tridrive potable water trucks deliver up to 22m3 of clean drinking water to where it is needed.
Most of Avenge’s fleet can be adapted for floater tires. This helps in situations with soft ground conditions commonly seen in lease and access construction in remote northern areas.