Part #120-50: Single Cell / Part #120-52: Dual Cell
By measuring the change in velocity of an acoustic signal, the Ultrasonic Cement
Analyzer provides a continuous non-destructive method of determining compressive
strength as a function of time.
Method of Operation
The cement slurry to be tested is placed in an autoclave unit with temperature and
pressure adjusted to simulate downhole conditions. An acoustic signal is then transmitted
through the cement sample. As the strength of the cement increases over time, the
faster the acoustic signal travels through the sample.
A computer running customized Windows®-based software
Spare parts for one years operation UCA for 120-50
Spare parts for one years operation UCA for 120-52
measures the transit times of the signal over time and interpolates the compressive
strength values. This data is available in real time onscreen and is also stored
in an Excel spreadsheet for easy graphical viewing and printing.
Features and Specifications
Cement samples are not destroyed at time intervals
Can purchase additional autoclaves
Temperature control (up to 400°F)
Pressure control (up to 16,000 PSI)
Data is available instantly onscreen and is automatically downloaded to an Excel
Single: 15" x 24" x 18" (38 x 61 x 45.8 cm) Dual: 15" x 40" x 18" (38 x 122 x 46 cm)