The most powerful and important diagnostic tool in the past 100 years is the modern dynamometer survey.
To those that understand the science and application of the “dyno” comes the assurance that their optimization and diagostnic needs can be met in a cost effective and elegant manner.
To those who do not understand the underpinnings of dyno technology comes the frustration of operating producing wells in a never ending process of trial and error, guesstimating, and tail chasing.
When smart operators really need to understand well performance, they turn to the DynoGauge.
The DynoGauge is a standalone portable well test system designed to provide real time data and well analysis to the production operator.
The DynoGauge utilizes several known and generally accepted components as well as some new and unique innovations.
The net result is an accurate, consistent, and low cost, measurement and reporting system .
“DynoGauge tests don’t just tell you how much your wells are making but why – and better yet, offers real solutions to problem wells”.
Developed to quickly and accurately measure produced fluids in low volume wells. The MiniGauge is setup with small and short piping for fast to sampler action and sensor-less gross and water cut measurements. Gross production is measured by direct sight-glass observation in a pressurized vessel, whereas the water cut is obtained by a direct to test tube iso-kinetic automatic fluid sampler.
MiniGauges are available to test 0-30 b/d and 10-100 b/d gross fluid producers.
MiniGauge results look just like regular Dynogauges with strip charts of gross, net, and dyno pump displacements.
Conventional sonic fluid level report. Includes summary when not used inconjunction with dynamometer service. The sonic is integrated with the full VET and PET only.
Sonic Fluid Levels
Conventional sonic fluid level report. Includes summary when not used inconjunction with dynamometer service. The sonic is integrated with the full VET and PET.
What is a Sonic Fluid Level?
Shooting a sonic is done by using a special acoustic device to determine the fluid level downhole. The time taken for a return echo to be bounced back from the fluid is recorded and used to calculate the actual fluid level.