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The FL3 Automated Fluid Level machine is designed to gather an unprecedented amount of data in the smallest window of time to allow for reservoir pressure calculation, inflow performance, and injection well response to the subject wells.The fluid level data can be viewed from anywhere, allowing pump speed changes to be made with more confidence. This new system is designed to help increase pump life and decrease workover costs in any type of field or well.
The FL2 Automated Fluid Level and Pressure machine is designed to gather multiple shots with pressures to allow for reservoir pressure calculation, inflow performance, and Injection well response to the subject wells. Also a great way to do Foam Depression tests, and determine the producing pressure at the perforations or tubing end so that a maximum producing rate for the well can be established accurately. Pump and equipment sizing decisions will be de-risked using this data and tool.
Intelligent Monitoring Equipment for Leak Detection and Analysis. This turn key system provides a user friendly interface, fully compatible with automatic call-out systems and can be accessed remotely by any computer. The IMELDA system allows you to detect leaks quickly and accurately which reduces cleanup costs and environmental impact. Temperature variation has always been a factor in maintaining the collection of accurate data from any electronic sensor. One key element of the IMELDA system is the temperature compensation. PIT has developed a clamping fixture that assures the temperature at each pressure transducer remains consistent. Based on factory tested criteria, with the media being measured, the clamping fixture for the pipe will radiate the heat of the process medium up to the pressure transducers. A common problem with any pressure measuring device, be it a simple pressure gauge or an electronic transducer, is plugging up from the contaminants or freezing off in subzero temperatures. The IMELDA pressure measuring unit incorporates a unique and proprietary Isolation Gland, which isolates the pressure transducer from the process media. The problem with any highly sensitive transducer is that they can be destroyed by any contaminate that gets inside of them. In an effort to protect these sensors/transducers, filters (snubbers) are often installed between the process liquid and the transducer. These filters are a very fine mesh that will become rapidly plugged because of rust, dirt, and any other contaminates inherent in any pipeline. As these filters get plugged up by contaminates, the pressure transducer in any system will be rendered useless and the computer will read no changes in the pipeline pressure.
The Jaws II Acoustic Fluid Level Instrument is a state-of-the-art acoustic fluid level machine designed as a basic single shot manual or auto fire instrument with automatic fluid depth determination. The leader in accuracy, ease of use and used around the world successfully for over 20 years. The product is a favorite for operators, because everything can be done on the screen of the unit, no paper needed. PIT has the advantage of multiple locations for supporting this product in the field. The JAWS II is a great optimization tool to determine well uplift and pumping conditions downhole. Maximize your well’s production at a low cost with this tool. The Jaws unit is CSA approved (class 1 division 2) and lightweight. It’s excellent ambient temperature specifications allow for total portability and reliability under the most adverse conditions, worldwide. The Jaws II Acoustic Fluid Level Instrument is available for purchase and comes with free training.