Laversab, Inc.

505 Gillingham Lane
Sugar Land, TX
US, 77478

Founded in 1982, Laversab has been dedicated to providing reliable and innovative products to the Oilfield industry. Laversab Designs and Manufactures Oilfield and MWD Surface Systems to be used in HAZLOC areas in the most extreme environments including Class 1 Division 1 / Zone 1 and Class 1 Division 2/ Zone 2. Laversab’s Oilfield and MWD Systems are typically used on the Rig Floor.

Our success stems from the fact that we provide our customers with reliable products and outstanding service that is unmatched in the industry. With our Headquarters located in Houston TX., we are well-positioned to fulfill our promise of exceptional support to our customers in the Oilfield industry.

Founded in 1982, Laversab has been dedicated to providing reliable and innovative products to the Oilfield industry. Laversab Designs and Manufactures Oilfield and MWD Surface Systems to be used in HAZLOC areas in the most extreme environments including Class 1 Division 1 / Zone 1 and Class 1 Division 2/ Zone 2. Laversab’s Oilfield and MWD Systems are typically used on the Rig Floor. Our success stems from the fact that we provide our customers with reliable products and outstanding service that is unmatched in the industry. With our Headquarters located in Houston TX., we are well-positioned to fulfill our promise of exceptional support to our customers in the Oilfield industry.

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Laversab’s latest Atex-certified Zone-1 and Zone-2 rig-floor computers are specifically designed to overcome challenges presented by drill rig environments. The compact, lightweight Model 2950 is designed to be Intrinsically Safe (IS) for Zone-1 applications, features an Intel Atom processor and uses a solid-state drive for storage, enabling it to withstand severe vibration. Units include a 15-inch sunlight-readable display with auto-dimming, coupled with a touch-screen, and are compatible with various interface configurations.    Laversab, Inc.

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Laversab designs and manufactures oilfield and MWD surface systems to be used in HAZLOC areas in the most extreme environments including Class 1 Div 1/Zone 1 and Class 1 Div 2/Zone 2. Laversab’s computers and MWD systems are typically used on the rig floor.

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Oilfield computing and display

Laversab hazardous area computers are engineered for the extreme conditions of oilfield deployment. The completely sealed enclosure ensures reliable operation in any conditions and our three year warrantee is tops in the industry. Options including sunlight readability, touchscreen operation, auto-dim display and wireless communication are available. At only 42 pounds, the non-purged Model 2900 Class 1, Division 1 PC has set the standard for the C1D1 HAZLOC PC market. The Class 1, Division 2 Model 2800 is an industry leader with over 1,000 units in the field.

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Oilfield computing and display

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Laversab hazardous area computers are engineered for the extreme conditions of oilfield deployment. The completely sealed enclosure ensures reliable operation in any conditions and our three year warrantee is tops in the industry. Options including sunlight readability, touchscreen operation, auto-dim display and wireless communication are available. At only 42 pounds, the non-purged Model 2900 Class 1, Division 1 PC has set the standard for the C1D1 HAZLOC PC market. The Class 1, Division 2 Model 2800 is an industry leader with over 1,000 units in the field. The Laversab Model 4100 Directional Tool Interface communicates directly with the most popular downhole directional tools and boasts an internal mud-pulse receiver, which eliminates the need for a bulky safe zone interface in MWD surface systems.

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DIRECTIONAL TOOL INTERFACE

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The Laversab Model 4100 Directional Tool Interface communicates directly with the most popular downhole directional tools using an internal mud-pulse receiver, which eliminates the need for a bulky Safe Area Interface in your MWD kit. The pressure transmitter on the pump connects directly to the 4100 to decode the mud-pulses generated by the down-hole tool. The 4100 displays all the relevant information (toolface, azimuth, inclination, battery etc.) and sends this information through wireless or wired interface to a safe-area laptop PC for viewing, logging and further analysis. Best of all, the 4100 is compatible with virtually any directional tools that feature the QDT system. The 4100 along with a safe-area PC provide a complete surface system for the directional tool.

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OILFIELD COMPUTING AND DISPLAY

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Laversab hazardous area computers are engineered for the extreme conditions of oilfield deployment. Our completely sealed enclosure ensures reliable operation in any conditions and our three year warrantee is tops in the industry. All the options you need including sunlight readability, touchscreen operation, auto-dim display and wireless communication are available. At only 42 pounds, our non-purged Model 2900 Class 1, Division 1 PC has set the standard for the C1D1 HAZLOC PC market. Our Class 1, Division 2 Model 2800 is an industry leader with over 1,000 units in the field. The Laversab Model 4100 Directional Tool Interface communicates directly with the most popular downhole directional tools and boasts an internal mud-pulse receiver, which eliminates the need for a bulky safe zone interface in your MWD surface system. Visit booth # 1110 to see how Laversab can help you today.

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