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The Dipmeter tool is a formation strike and dip directional probe primarily used in mining and environmental logging applications. Additionally, the tool also records natural gamma, X-Y calipers, and borehole deviation is computed from the slant angle and bearing measurements calculated from the inclinometer and magnetometer sensors. To ensure accurate strike and dip measurements in small-diameter holes, special care should be taken when calibrating the calipers to maximize their accuracy.
Dipmeter Tool
FEATURES Properties Measured 1.   Natural Gamma: 2.2 x 8.9 cm (0.875 x 3.5 in.) NaI (TI) Scintillation Offset: 14 cm (5.5 in.) 2.   Slant Angle Bearing: Offset: 67 cm (26.4 in.) 3.  Independent X-Y Calipers: Maximum 30 cm (12 in.) Hole Diameter Offset: 305 cm (120 in.) 4.   4-pad Micro Resistance: Offset: 305 cm (120 in.)   Length: 323 cm (127 in.) Temperature: 85 C (185 F) Diameter: 57 mm (2.25 in.) Pressure: 352 kg/cm2 (5000 PSI) Weight: 34.6 kg (76 lb.) Logging Speed: Maximum: 5.5 m/min. (18 ft./min.) Minimum: 2.7 m/min. (9 ft./min.) Tool Voltage Required: 115 VDC   TOOL#:  9411
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