Dual Sensor Gas Analyzer

Dual Sensor Gas Analyzer

The biggest advancement in mudlogging / surface logging technology since computerization. The patent pending Geospect Dual Sensor Gas Analyzer detects the presents of heavy hydrocarbons coming out of the gas stream in real time without a chromatograph. This technology is a must have on your mudlogging unit. It can be retrofitted into your existing Geospect System (ML-08 and above). Request Quote Share this:ShareFacebookLinkedInGoogleTwitterPinterestTumblrLike this:Like...

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Geospect ML-11 IR (Infrared Detector)

Geospect ML-11 IR (Infrared Detector)

The Geospect ML11-IR is our top of the line, and most user friendly mud logging system. It detects from 0 to 100% gas in air without saturating. This is because of our state-of-the-art infrared gas detection technology. A chromatograph and/or CO2 detector can be added to make it a complete mud logging system. The ML-11IR comes with a built-in sample pump and flow panel. Other mudlogging instrument and equipment manufacturers charge extra for these items. To request a QUOTE CLICK HERE. Share this:ShareFacebookLinkedInGoogleTwitterPinterestTumblrLike this:Like...

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Geospect ML-11CC (Hotwire Detector)

Geospect ML-11CC (Hotwire Detector)

The Geospect ML11-CC is our top of the line HOTWIRE type mudlogging system. It’s essentially a modern, computerized, version of the time-tested WHEATSTONE BRIDGE method of detecting gas.  The Geospect ML-11CC utilizes a platinum bead filament and senses gas via a process called catalytic combustion.   A chromatograph and/or CO2 detector can be added to make it a complete mudlogging system. The ML-11CC comes with a built-in sample pump and flow panel. Other instrument manufacturers charge extra for these items. To request a QUOTE CLICK HERE. Share this:ShareFacebookLinkedInGoogleTwitterPinterestTumblrLike this:Like...

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Geospect Data Acquisition Interface

Geospect Data Acquisition Interface

The Geospect Data Acquisition interface (DAQ interface) allows the user to connect most mudlogging gas detectors, regardless of the manufacturer, to Geospect software. It also allows pulse inputs from a depth sensor, on/off bottom switch, and pump stroke counters. Geospect software is WITS Level 0 compatible. That means that it can communicate with other computers around the wellsite. Once the com ports are configured, the mudlogging technician, or well site geologist, can send gas to EDR systems with a click of a mouse. By EDR systems, we mean Pason, Totco, Epoch, or any other system that uses the WITS protocol as a means of communication. The mudlogger can also receive depth, rop, pump strokes, etc from the EDR. For more information on Geospect software click here.  To request a QUOTE CLICK HERE. Share this:ShareFacebookLinkedInGoogleTwitterPinterestTumblrLike this:Like...

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Geospect Chromatograph

Geospect Chromatograph

The Geospect mudlogging gas chromatograph continuously samples the incoming gas stream. The chromatograph data are then transferred into Geospect’s powerful software for analysis. The Geospect software then determines the percent by volume of C1 through NC4. The chromatograph neatly bolts into either the ML-11IR or ML-11CC case. To request a QUOTE CLICK HERE. Share this:ShareFacebookLinkedInGoogleTwitterPinterestTumblrLike this:Like...

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Mudlogging Software

Mudlogging Software

Geospect mudlogging software is the nerve center of the Geospect Mudlogging System. Its menu driven screens are as powerful as they are user friendly. DISPLAYS -It displays a rich, robust picture of critical mudlogging data in real time. CALCULATES – It also does many mudlogging calculations in real time; such as lag, rate-of-penetration, and TVD. LOGS – Geospect software logs all relevant mudlogging data into spreadsheet format; such as ROP, Lagged Gas, Chromatograph Readings, Co2 Data (if applicable), and TVD. Geospect can log data based on depth, time, or both. ALARMS – There are many alarms that are accessible through Geospect software. Alarms include both high and low settings for: ROP, Gas, SPM, etc. Alarms are both visible and audible. WITS – Geospect software can receive and transmit data to other wellsite computers through the WITS protocol. You can transmit your gas to the rig’s EDR system (Pason, Totco, etc). Geospect WITS also allows the mudlogger to receive certain sensor data from the EDR, allowing him/her to basically mudlog without hooking up sensors that are redundant to the EDR. In other words you don’t have to hook up separate pump stroke counters, depth switches, or an on/off bottom switch PULSE – Just because Geospect is capable of getting its data from WITS doesn’t mean it has to. Geospect supports traditional sensors as well. Yes, you can still hook up micro-switches, donuts, depth wheels, pump stroke counters, on/off bottom switches, etc to Geospect. To request a QUOTE CLICK HERE. Share this:ShareFacebookLinkedInGoogleTwitterPinterestTumblrLike this:Like...

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