1223 S. 71st East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112  USA (918)838-9811 office (918)838-1532 Facsimile
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Used   when   natural   gamma   log   and   deviation data   is   required.   The   natural   gamma   sensor is    located    near    the    bottom    of    the    tool    to permit   data   acquisition   near   the   total   depth of   the   borehole.      The   deviation   device   uses two   inclinometers   and   three   magnetometers to    determine    precise    borehole    path    and direction.                 The         small         diameter (41mm/1.625in)   of   the   tool   allows   logging   in 2.0     ID     PVC     casing,     non-metalic     metal casings,   or   open   holes.      The   deviation   test stand   is   recommend   for   both   calibration   of the    device    and    routine    tool    checks    for accuracy.
Natural Gamma / Deviation Tool
FEATURES Properties Measured 1.   Natural Gamma: 2.2 x 10.2 cm (0.875 x 4.0 in.) NAI Scintillation Offset: 139.7 cm (55 in.) 2.  Inclination & Azimuth:  2-axis Inclinometer and 3- axis Magnetometer.  Offset:  38.1 cm (15 in.)   Specifications  Length: 154.4 cm (60.0 in.) Temperature: 85 C (185 F) Diameter: 41 mm (1.625 in.) Pressure: 281 kg/cm2 (4000 PSI) Weight: 7.46 kg (20 lb.) Logging Speed: 9 m/min. (30 ft./min.) Tool Voltage Required: 36 VDC TOOL#: 9702  
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USA Field Offices •Wichita Falls,Tx 940-733-4534          Gillette, WY: Phone 307-686-8045          Lehi, UT: Phone 307-751-7871
Century Wireline Services-Columbia Street 12 #200-14 Mediterrane Royal Tower1 Flat 1706Floridablanca,Santander Colombia  681003 Phone: (57) 3222704078-3176451026
Century Wireline Services- Canada 209 Spruce Street Red Deer County,  AB T4E 1B4    Canada Phone: (403) 346-5060 Fax: (403) 346-5085

Century Geophysical, LLC.

1223 S. 71st East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112 USA Phone: (918) 838-9811 Fax: (918)838-1532
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Turning Data into Information since 1946
Used   when   natural   gamma   log   and   deviation   data   is   required. The   natural   gamma   sensor   is   located   near   the   bottom   of   the tool   to   permit   data   acquisition   near   the   total   depth   of   the borehole.      The   deviation   device   uses   two   inclinometers   and three   magnetometers   to   determine   precise   borehole   path   and direction.       The    small    diameter    (41mm/1.625in)    of    the    tool allows    logging    in    2.0    ID    PVC    casing,    non-metalic    metal casings,    or    open    holes.        The    deviation    test    stand    is recommend   for   both   calibration   of   the   device   and   routine   tool checks for accuracy.
Natural Gamma / Deviation Tool
FEATURES Properties Measured 1.   Natural Gamma: 2.2 x 10.2 cm (0.875 x 4.0 in.) NAI Scintillation Offset: 139.7 cm (55 in.) 2.  Inclination & Azimuth:  2-axis Inclinometer and 3-axis Magnetometer.  Offset:  38.1 cm (15 in.)   Specifications  Length: 154.4 cm (60.0 in.) Temperature: 85 C (185 F) Diameter: 41 mm (1.625 in.) Pressure: 281 kg/cm2 (4000 PSI) Weight: 7.46 kg (20 lb.) Logging Speed: 9 m/min. (30 ft./min.) Tool Voltage Required: 36 VDC TOOL#: 9702  
User’s Guide  Century Wireline Services-Columbia Street 12 #200-14 Mediterrane Royal Tower1 Flat 1706Floridablanca,Santander Colombia  681003 Phone: (57) 3222704078-3176451026 Century Wireline Services- Canada 209 Spruce Street Red Deer County,  AB T4E 1B4    Canada Phone: (403) 346-5060 Fax: (403) 346-5085  Century Geophysical, LLC. 1223 S. 71st East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112 USA Phone: (918) 838-9811 Fax: (918)838-1532 USA Field Offices Wichita Falls,Tx 		940-733-4534           Gillette, WY: Phone 	307-686-8045           Lehi, UT: Phone 		307-751-7871
© All Rights Reserved- Century Geophysical, LLC 2018