Oil well cement is required to meet API specifications and Fann has the instruments you need for physical and chemical testing.
For measuring the absolute density of a fluid sample in a fixed volume sample under pressure.
Spacer fluids can convert oil-wet surfaces into water-wet surfaces for displacing drilling fluid to ensure that all surfaces are completely water-wetted ahead of the cement.
For general purpose mixing use in laboratories
Perform Rotational Static Gel Strength tests on cement slurries
Measures the thickening time of cement slurries under simulated downhole pressure and temperature conditions.
Performs basic consistency measurements on cement slurry samples, or conditions (shears), under elevated temperatures (upto 200F)
Standard crush or non-destructive compressive-strength tests are performed on cement slurry samples under simulated downhole HPHT conditions
Forney-250 is an Automatic Compressure Strength Tester used on cement samples to know compressive strength
Designed and manufactured in strict conformance to ASTM and AASHTO specifications
Simulates pressure and temperature conditions for curing cement samples in accordance with API test procedures.
Compressive Strength Tester Model 3851 is a twelve ton manual, two-column hydraulic press with 6" x 6" square platens
Ring expansion mold is designed to simulate the expansion properties of cement compositions placed into the annulus of a well.
A fluid-loss test determines the relative effectiveness of a cement slurry to retain its water phase as a filtrate to the formation..
Fluid Loss Test Assembly provides a reliable means of determining the fluid loss characteristics of an oil well cement
Conveniently located controls and indicators allow precise setting and control of temperature and pressure while stirring
Ultrasonic compressive-strength testing where sound is passed to determine the setting of cement.
30000PSI Pressure controler with mutiple uses
A standalone and modular adaptive design for scalable daisy chain configurations Ultrasonic Cement Analyzer Processor (UCA)
Two UCA Cells in a Space-Saving Footprint
Provides a non-destructive method for determining the relative strength development of a cement sample under down-hole temperature and pressure conditions.
Tests run at temperatures up to 400°F and pressures up to 15,000 psig. Benchtop consistometer
15000PSIG, 400degF, software is designed to perform static gel strength tests in accordance with API specifications
Designed to increase flexibility testing with an automated design, measuring the thickening time of cement slurries upto 400F and 22000PSI.
This model has been tested to temperatures up to 400°F and pressures up to 22,000psi with Dual cell testing capacity
Ultrasonic testing of cement slurries at temperatures up to 500°F and pressures as high as 20,000 psi.
Consistometers with pressure and temperature operating ranges of up to 40,000psi and 600°F
Models operate upto 30,000psi and 700°F. Both single cell with 8 and 16 cubes and dual cell with 16 cubes.
Operate up to a pressure of 5,000psi and 700°F. Single cell holds 8 cubes and Dual cell holds 16 cubes