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Chandler Engineering

Address 2001 North Indianwood Avenue, Broken Arrow, OK, 74012-1163, US
Phone 918-250-7200
Fax 918-459-0165
Website chandlerengineering.com
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Mini flow loop system for testing fracturing fluids

Chandler Engineering has expanded its Model 6500 Friction Flow Loop line with the addition of the Model 6500-M Mini Loop, a patent-pending benchtop unit designed to measure the friction pressure created by different slick water fracturing fluids. The unit determines the effects of friction reducers on fracturing fluids over a wide range of pressures, flow rate conditions and pipe diameters.

30,000 psi drilling fluids viscometer

The search for deeper reservoirs in harsher environments is testing the limits of drilling and completion fluids. Testing requirements now exceed the limits of most traditional instruments. Viscosity measurements are no exception.

Quizix pulse-less metering pumps provide superior flow and pressure control

The precision control of flow rate and pressure provided by Quizix pulse-less metering pumps has proven key in a number of successful nano, capillary and micro high-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) and liquid chromatography/mass spectrometer (LC/ MS) applications. This also has been the case with precision fluid delivery in pilot plant-scale reactant feed/catalyst injection and other process applications.

ULTRASONIC CEMENT ANALYZER

Chandler Engineering, a leader in pipeline, drilling and completion products, has introduced the Chandler Model 4265 High Temperature Ultrasonic Cement Analyzer (UCA) designed to measure the compressive strength of oilfield cement at temperatures as high as 600 degrees F (316 degrees C) and pressures up to 20,000 psig (1379 bar).

First ultrasonic cement analyzer to break the 400 degrees F barrier

Chandler Engineering, a leader in pipeline, drilling and completion products, has introduced the Chandler Model 4265 High Temperature Ultrasonic Cement Analyzer (UCA) designed to measure the compressive strength of oilfield cement at temperatures as high as 600 degrees F (316 degrees C) and pressures up to 20,000 psig (1379 bar).

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