The solution for BHA monitoring
- At-bit environmental data collection for increasing efficiency on subsequent operations and drilling optimization without affecting the bottom hole assembly (BHA) design.
- Logging for preventive maintenance of equipment used in harsh environment.
- Data collection for field trials of tools during research and development when high frequency environmental data is not available from the R&D tool.
how are RECON downhole loggers different?
its bigger on the inside.
- Smallest in size
- Highest in storage capacity
- Plenty of battery life
sprints the marathon.
- Fastest in acquisition and recording
- Longest lasting
it all works together.
- Innovative system approach
- Intuitive software for all RECON devices
- Extensible to all forms of data
Recon Downhole Data Loggers
The RECON MK1 is a miniature high-density data logging tool that captures high-resolution data to provide the most accurate picture of the drilling environment to allow you to zoom in and see everything. You can use this for environmental measurements, support information for equipment research and development activities and optimization of your drilling procedures and practises.
The RECON TR1 is a tiny logging tool that captures statistical and burst environmental data to provide a high quality overview of the drilling environment, including advanced metrics involving stick-slip detection and High Frequency Torsional Oscillations (HFTO). You can use this for environmental measurements, performance metrics and for preventative maintenance.
The RECON LT1 is a tiny indicator that can measure the use of equipment for preventative maintenance schedules, and to indicate via a flashing LED whether a predetermined threshold is met to trigger maintenance service. It is economy priced, has years worth of battery life and you can use it to ensure your equipment is kept in good working order.
The RECON CB1 is the most advanced logging tool in the RECON family, as it measures all the high-density parameters of the MK1, and, because it is collar-based, you can also measure force, torque and pressure. You can use this to get a complete picture of the downhole environment and drilling operation, including verifying weight and torque transfer, mud motor performance, and pressure losses.