PSYSS-48F Electronic Single-shot Pontoon Inclinometer for Measure While Drilling Equipment
PSYSS-48F is a self-floating single-shot electronic inclinometer that can perform inclination, azimuth, and other parameter measurements. Two floating pontoons are optional based on the specific gravity of the mud and downhole pressure. When in operation, it is pumped down to the non-magnetic collar to measure the parameters.
When the pump stops and the measurement is completed, the inclinometer buoys up to the well opening automatically by its own buoyancy, free from any steel cable. Its advantages are easy to use and time saving, and these advantages are significantly obvious when applied in the wells of small inclination.
When equipped with the proper switch connectors, the inclinometer can perform single-shot hanged measurement, which serves as a standard single-shot inclinometer and offers very flexible and convenient choices to drilling measurement.
Inclination range: 0~180° Inclination accuracy: ±0.2° Azimuth range: 0~360° Azimuth accuracy: ±1.5° (for inclination>2.5°) Toolface range: 0~360° Toolface accuracy: ±1.5°(for single-shot hanged measurement) Probe length: ≤820 mm Probe weight: ≤2.6Kg Max pressure: 60MPa (carbon fiber pontoon) 90MPa (aluminum alloy pontoon) Pressure barrel outer diameter: 48mm Max operating temperature: 125℃ Total length: ≤ 5m Overall specific gravity: ≤0.85 (carbon fiber pontoon) ≤1.25 (aluminum alloy pontoon) Floating speed: 150m/min Max working well inclination: 40° Applicable specific gravity of mud: 0.9~1.8 (carbon fiber pontoon) 1.5 (aluminum alloy pontoon)