Press Release Summary:
- Model 5265 measures the gel strength development of oil well cement slurries under downhole conditions
- Simulates dynamic slurry conditioning during the placement and transition phase of the cement slurry
- Includes a precision motor coupled with a reaction force transducer that allows the instrument to precisely measure phase changes
Original Press Release:
Chandler Engineering Offers New Model 5265 MGSA Mechanical Gel Strength Analyzer
This analyzer is critical in determining gas and fluid migration in oil well cements
Broken Arrow, OK (Aug. 4, 2020) – Chandler Engineering, a leader in drilling and completion instrumentation, introduces the Model 5265 MGSA Mechanical Gel Strength Analyzer that directly measures the gel strength development of Oil Well Cement slurries under downhole conditions.
The Model 5265 MGSA allows oil service companies and operators around the world to optimize cement slurries and accurately determine the potential for gas and fluid migration between the casing and formation.
The Model 5265 MGSA simulates dynamic slurry conditioning during the placement and transition phase of the cement slurry. The unique analyzer design includes a precision motor coupled with a reaction force transducer that allows the instrument to precisely measure phase changes.
The system includes a single cylinder Quizix Q5120 pump to allow for pulse free pressure operation. Pulse-free pressure prevents test anomalies induced by pump strokes and quick pressure spikes.
About Chandler Engineering
For over 70 years, Chandler Engineering has been designing and installing oil well cementing, viscosity, reservoir analysis, and high-pressure high-temperature instruments. For more information, visit www.chandlereng.com or contact Chandler Engineering directly at +918-250-7200 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also, follow us on LinkedIn.