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Robertson Geo • Density Guardlog Probe

Product Type
Wireline Logging Tool
Product Snapshot
Product Name
Density Guardlog Probe
Product Type
Wireline Logging Tool
Model/Series
I014720
Manufacturer
Robertson Geo
Procurement
Rent ● Equipment & Operator
Overview
Robertson Geo's Density Guardlog probe uses dual shielded detectors to provide a borehole compensated density measurement with good bed-boundary resolution, similar to the Formation Density probe. The Density Guardlog probe offers an additional LL3 focussed electrical measurement with good vertical resolution and depth of investigation.

Principle of Measurement
The Density Guardlog probe contains a detachable 137Cs gamma source and two scintillation gamma detectors. The active windows of the source and detectors are maintained in contact with the borehole wall by a motorised caliper arm. Gamma radiation back-scattered by the formation (Compton effect) reaches the detectors where the relative count rates provide a measure of formation density.
 
Features & Applications
Key Features
  • Compensated density output in engineering units (g/cc)
  • Short-spacing detector for high vertical resolution
  • Tungsten shielding reduces borehole effects
  • Standard calibration blocks for field or base use
 
Applications

Minerals

Density and porosity

Lithology

Bed thickness and boundary location

Coal ash and moisture content

Engineering

Rock strength and elasticity parameters (with sonic log)

Detection of weathered or fractured zones

Water

Location of aquifer and aquitard

Detection of cavities and missing cement

 
Operating Conditions
Borehole Type
All, including air filled (qualitative measurement only)
Logging Speed
4m/min
Probe Specifications
Diameter
51 mm
Length
2.89m
Weight
28.5kg
Temperature (Max)
0-70°C (extended ranges available)
Pressure (Max)
20Mpa
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Principle of Measurement
Opening and closing of the motor-drivercaliper arms is by surface command, allowing the probe to run into the borehole with the arms retracted. Once opened, the spring-loaded arms respond to borehole diameter variations as the probe is raised up the borehole.
Robertson Geo's Formation Density probe uses dual shielded detectors to provide a boreholecompensated density measurement with good bed-boundary resolution. Principle of Measurement The probes contain a detachable 137Cs gamma source and two scintillation gamma detectors. The active windows of the source... More
and detectors are maintained in contact with the borehole wall by a motorised caliper arm. Gamma radiation back-scattered by the
formation (Compton effect) reaches the detectors where the relative count rates provide a measure of formation density.
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