M7360 HPHT Ultrasonic Cement Analyzer (UCA)
- Height: 15 in.
- Width: 16.5 in.
- Depth: 22 in.
- Weight: 75 lbs.
- Max Temp: 400°F | Max Pressure: 20,000 psi
Compact, Lightweight Design With Powerful Capability
The Grace Instrument M7360 Ultrasonic Cement Analyzer (UCA) is used to perform compressive, non-destructive strength tests on cement slurries under controlled conditions of temperature and pressure. In these tests, the M7360 UCA transmits an ultrasonic pulse through a cement slurry sample. By measuring the length of time required for the pulse to travel through the sample, the M7360 PC software determines the compressive strength of the cement.
As the cement hardens, the pulse transit time becomes shorter, allowing the M7360 PC software to calculate changes in the compressive strength of the cement sample over time. This data is then collected into a customized database for comprehensive analysis, including comparison with data from previous tests. This data can also be easily exported in spreadsheet format.
Innovative Technology Provides Efficiency & Dependability
Understanding and predicting the likely expansion or contraction of oil well cement during curing is tremendously important in maintaining the integrity of a well. By enabling the researcher to construct test sequences, analyze completed test results, and compare those results with previous results, the M7530 delivers a powerful analytic tool in one compact package.
|Dimensions: 15" height x 16.5" width x 22" depth|
|Weight: 75 lbs|
|Pressure Range: Atmospheric pressure up to 20,000 psi|
|Temperature Range: Amb. to 400°F|
|Compressed Air: 50 - 100 psi|
|Chiller/Cooling Water: 5 - 80 psi|
|Heater Power: 2,000W|
|Current: 15A, 50 or 60 Hz|
- Continuous measurement of cement sample under conditions of temperature and pressure
- No sample contamination by pressurization media
- Test sequences can be amended during test operations
- Pressure and temperature are monitored and regulated automatically
- Easy-to-use, lightweight pressure vessel capable of up to 20,000 psi