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Probe Intros ProMAC Series Tools

The new ProMAC series of multi-arm caliper tools from Probe increases data logging accuracy, reliability and maintainability.  Image: Probe

Laxman Pai

Probe, a major player in cased hole well logging and reservoir monitoring technology, has announced the launch of the ProMAC, a new series of multi-arm caliper tools.

ProMAC series tools offer the most advanced measurements in the industry to provide an accurate profile of the internal surface of tubing, casing and completion assemblies, said the supplier of cased-hole logging and advanced monitoring technology to the global oil and gas and geothermal industries.

"It is the latest, and most technologically-sophisticated, addition to Probe's growing range of well integrity solutions that help operators identify mineral deposition, corrosion, wear and mechanical deformation," said a release.

ProMAC series calipers deliver highly sensitive, accurate multi-arm caliper measurements over a wide range of casing and tubing diameters at an unmatched vertical resolution of 0.0001-inch, and excellent temperature stability.

The primary benefits of ProMAC tools lie in their unparalleled resolution and fast sampling rate. Transmission of high-density data is made possible by Probe's digital (HD) telemetry resulting in logs with excellent vertical resolution in keeping with the highest industry standards today.

"With ProMAC calipers sampling at 50 times per second, the operator can acquire precise log data with high vertical resolution," said Federico Casavantes, CEO of Probe. "Engineering advances have reduced the time required to calibrate and characterize to just a half-day. This is a very significant improvement. Minimizing electronics and sensor exposure to elevated temperatures helps reduce premature failures, saving time and money."

Sep 4, 2019

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