Tensiometers Handle Any Force
|0800-01||Electronic (Digital) Tensiometer|
|0700-00||Mechanical Measuring Head|
|0600-01||Slick-line Measuring Head|
|1096-01||Electronic TDR with Temperature readout|
|1096-00||Electronic TDR line speed-depth only|
|0800-02||Electronic conversion (Gearhart style heads electronic weight & digital depth panels, included|
Our Running Line Tensiometer System
A. Tension: 0-25,000 Ibs in 5 lb increments
IEDi Force Measurement Load Cell
IEDi Heavy Duty Optical Encoder
Voltage 5 VDC (7-24 optional)
Amplitude 80% of input voltage(min)
Temperature -40 to 100 degrees C
The latest innovation from IEDi is an electronic running line measuring systems. IEDi’s Wireline Tensiometer measures running line tension, feet discharged, and rate of discharge. The straight-line design of this unit reduces the bending of the wireline cable as it passes through the unit, thus increasing wireline life. It is constructed of machined T6 aluminum components using all stainless steel fasteners. It also utilizes a new composite axle bearing further enhancing durability. Unique among all measuring heads is IEDi’s use of a high-tech composite material replacing conventional steel sheaves. This composite material is self-lubricating and has a lower mass greatly reducing rotational inertial loads normally associated with heavy steel, while retaining its astonishing strength characteristics.
There have been three distinctly different techniques for monitoring wireline conditions on logging trucks and offshore skid units, used to log wells in the oil industry. Most other measuring heads are 35 year old designs utilizing a tension load cell supporting the top rigging sheave on the mast, and a mechanical depth measuring mechanism on the steering boom and triangle pulley measuring head using selsyn and hydraulic load cell.
These have no comparison with IEDi’s “State of the Art” all electronic, Wireline Tensiometer System.
Pictured above is IEDi’s newest running wireline Tensiometer used by an ever growing list of the leading Wireline Service Companys around the world. The unit is shown complete with load cell and optical encoder. Included as part of the system is a separate digital/analog module, displaying line velocity, line discharge, line tension for panel or rack mounting.
Why composite wheels? Proper radius composite wheels reduce wear on the cable during use. The lower weight greatly reduces slippage during sudden start/stop operations. Guaranteed longer wireline life is achieved with self-lubricated composite wheels.
Why stainless steel loadcells? Stainless steel construction is much less susceptible
Why use phased array encoder? There are no ceramic mirrors used in the reader that can be broken the use of all metal code discs. A single Opto-ASIC commutation track insures stability. The reader can withstand 64 g’s of abuse without damage. The encoder is hermetically sealed to prevent corrosion.
Why aluminum construction? High strength CNC machined, marine grade aluminum components are used for strength, non-corrosion and light weight issues. A weight savings of 81 lbs. is saved over steel materials.
Why purchase from International Equipment?
International Equipment is the evolution of a progressive company for over 20 years. We have always tried to set the pace with the best products available to the industry. We were there then, we are here now, and we will be here tomorrow
“BUILDING TOMORROW’S FUTURE”.