Tag: manufacturability

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Jeff Scott

Downhole Instrument Cable: Round vs. Square Encapsulation

Which is the ultimate in performance and durability? The following study was preformed to directly compare 11mm square to 11mm round encapsulation of 4mm Downhole Cable. Various items were studied, including: Manufacturability, Weight, Flexibility, Crush Strength, Cross-Sectional Twisting, Dynamic Friction, and Deployment/Retrieval. Summary The shape

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Jeff Scott

Permanent Downhole Gauges: Analog vs. Digital

Downhole Piezo-Resistive Pressure Tools At GEO PSI we manufacture downhole instrumentation sensors which are sold in many different markets across the world. We sell both analog 4-20 mA downhole pressure tools and several types of digital tools. Both analog tools and digital tools utilize the same type of piezo-resistive transducer, which is often called a sapphire,

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Downhole Gauges
Jeff Scott

Intrinsically Safe Pressure, Temperature, & Density Measurement

Single or Multi-Point Suspended Measurement Systems for Corrosive and Non-Corrosive Chambers and Wellbores. Intrinsically Safe Gauges We manufacture Intrinsically Safe pressure and temperature monitoring systems that are designed to attach to Stainless Steel and Incoloy cable. These systems can be inserted into wellbores, chambers, tanks, and vessels to accurately measure pressure and temperature and specified

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Downhole Gauges
Jeff Scott

Carbon Capture & Sequestration Monitoring

How downhole gauges are used as a part of the measurement, monitoring, and verification plan (MMV) for carbon capture & sequestration. Carbon Capture & Sequestration Carbon Capture & Sequestration (CCS) is the process of storing high pressure, liquid carbon dioxide in a subsurface reservoir structure. The technology has been used for more than 40 years

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