Here you will find information about our measuring equipment and field laboratories. If required, additional test equipment can still be provided. Contact us for more information!
The Sirius-ES Testing Kit is used with every well. The Marsh funnel is a funnel viscosity test made to detect changes in fluid properties. The Mud Balance is used to determine the density of a given volume of mud. This balance is designed so that a fixed measuring vessel at one end of the balance beam is balanced by a fixed counterweight at the opposite end and a sliding weight that is free to move along a scale. A bubble level is mounted on the balance beam to indicate when the system is in balance. The Sand Content Kit is used to measure the sand content. This test is extremely important because sand particles can be extremely abrasive and cause excessive wear on the pumps and drilling equipment.
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The laboratory containers consist of a recreation room and a separate work area. With our field laboratories we are able to carry out all mud analyses commonly used on drilling rigs, according to DIN EN ISO 10414-1:2008. The workplace in the laboratory container is state-of-the-art in terms of safety and offers sufficient space to carry out tests and write reports.
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The Fann Applied Viscometer is used to measure the viscosity of the mud. It has six different speeds and provides precise results.
The 300 Series LPLT filter press is the most effective means of determining the filtration characteristics of drilling fluids and cement muds.
Measuring the filtration characteristics and filter cake formation properties of the drilling mud is essential for the control and treatment of drilling fluids. The properties of the filtrate, such as oil, water, or emulsion content, are also important. The types and amounts of solids in the fluid and their physical and chemical interactions affect these properties. Temperature and pressure affect the physical and chemical interactions.