Avoid kicks and maximise drilling efficiency with highly precise measurement data.
REAL TIME DATA INTERROGATION
BRING LIGHT TO YOUR DATA DARK SPOTS
LOGGED AND LIVE DATA
Making an Impact Across the Globe
Measurement of drilling fluids is a complicated and variable task. A real-time measurement is paramount to well integrity. The Red Meter successfully interrogates fluids going to and coming from the well in addition to providing a relationship analysis between the two lines. Accurately measuring where other devices have failed because of fluctuations and difficult to measure variables help crews avoid kicks and maximise drilling efficiency.
When extracting fossil fuels, the cementing column is one of the most critical aspects of the process. Often, the cement blend becomes unbalanced causing it leave weak spots or cracks within the cement. Our non-nuclear density meter provides a precise, real-time, monitoring system to detect errors or fluctuation in the cement density. With this data, errors can be corrected before the cement is mixed with water or goes down-hole, thereby becoming a solution before there becomes a problem.
oil & gas FLOW CHARTs
Red Meters can be used in a number of different applications within the Oil & Gas industry including Well Cementing, High Pressure Hydraulic Fracturing, Drilling Fluid In and Out, Resilient Cement Blending, and Bulk Cement Blending. Below are a few examples of potential placements of a Red Meter within Oil & Gas industry applications in order to maximize operational efficiency. To design your optimal process with the help of a Red Meter, speak to our team.
Specifications may vary based on application and installation parameters. Speak to one
of our experts today to learn how a Red Meter will benefit your specific application.
+ Selectable Display Options
+ PIN-Secured configuration & calibration menu
+ Remote Interface (HMI)
+ Remote Support & Upgrades
+ 4-20 mA Output
+ Density / SG
+ Media Pressure
+ Flow Rate
+ Solids Accumulator
Live data can be viewed via a Remote Interface on a computer connected to the same local network as the meter.
Logged data can be exported via a USB stick from the meter directly, or can be exported to an IP address on the local network. Exported data is in CSV format.
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