Short MWD Mud Pulse Telemetry System (new)
By:

Bench Tree



United States

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  • DETAIL DESCRIPTION
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DETAIL DESCRIPTION

The system’s high-speed mud pulse transmission allows users to leave the legacy platform and reduce the need for expensive EM and dual-telemetry systems with limited depth capability. Reliability is improved by eliminating many of the failure points found in other systems. For instance, the 3D-I, m+ Pulser and gamma all fit in one standard directional module pressure housing. The system also has 95% fewer field-mated connectors and less wiring than legacy systems.

Features

  • High-operating temperature: 175°C (347°F), 185°C (365°F)
  • High-speed mud pulse transmission available
  • Patented instantaneous dynamic synchronization
  • Drilling Dynamics: RPM, shock, vibration, temperature, continuous inclination, azimuth, stick-slip
  • Mode change with flow and/or rotation status
  • m+ Pulser with various gamma options
  • Reduced connectors

Source : https://benchtree.com/products/mwd-solutions/short-mwd-system/

Tags:   Directional Drilling Offshore Drilling Directional Drilling-Equipment & Service Drilling-Equipment Drilling & Completion Engineering Services Mwd & Lwd Services

COMPANY PROFILE

Bench Tree

Bench Tree was established in the year 2003. With the passage of time, the firm has emerged as an industry leader in innovative Measurement While Drilling (MWD) solutions for all the horizontal and directional drilling equipment requirements. Since the launch of its first product in 2004, Bench Tree has revolutionized MWD systems by understanding the specific needs of their clients.

With offices in Georgetown and Houston, Bench Tree has a global footprint. The firm has been consistently providing reliable and accurate MWD and LWD solutions that have helped exploit shale plays in the North American and across the globe.

Bench Tree provides the industry with a superior legacy and next-generation MWD and LWD products and support, particularly in high-temperature environments, with modern technology.