PSYSS-48FD Electronic Single-shot Inclinometer for Measurement While Drilling Equipment

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Shandong, China (Mainland)
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PSYSS-48FD Electronic Single-shot Inclinometer for Measurement While Drilling Equipment



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PSYSS-48FD electronic single-shot inclinometer can be applied in two ways, i.e. either as a pontoon inclinometer or as a standard inclinometer. When applied as a pontoon inclinometer, it is connected to a small specific gravity, anti-erosion, and high strength pontoon and is pumped through dynamic pressure of mud down to the non-magnetic collar to measure parameters. When the pump stops and 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 applied as a standard inclinometer, the compression barrel of the instrument can be connected to guiding shoe through switch connectors to perform single-shot hanged measurement, which serves as a standard single-shot inclinometer and offers very flexible and convenient choices to drilling measurement.








    Measurement accuracies:
Inclination range: 0~180°
Inclination accuracy: ±0.2°
Azimuth range: 0~360°
Azimuth accuracy: ±1.5° (for inclination ≥ 2.5°)
Tool face range: 0~360°
Weight ≤ 2.6 kg
Maximum pressure tolerable: ≤ 60 MPa
Pressure barrel outer diameter: 48mm.
When applied as a electronic single-shot pontoon inclinometer:
Total installation length: ≤5 m
Overall specific gravity: ≤0.85
Floating speed: ≥ 150m/min
Max working well inclination: 40°
Applicable specific gravity of mud: 0.9~1.8
Mud viscosity: ≤ 50 cp