The ACT has been designed to monitor downhole compression and tension loads while running in and pulling out of the hole during perforating operations. It transmits all data back to the surface for real-time logging and evaluation allowing instant decisions to be made while in the hole. This helps avoid over-pull or sticking that may damage the cable and/or result in tools getting stuck and having to be fished.
Multiple tools can be run in the string above key pieces of equipment and complement Owen Instrumentation's Addressable Release Tools (ART). This allows the operator to see at exactly what depth a tool string is stuck, and ensures that the appropriate release tool is activated and the maximum length of toolstring is retrieved from the hole.
The ACT is able to withstand up to 12A feed-through current and so is ideal for many types of operations, including tractoring and perforating.
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