The Grace Instrument M7500PVT Ultra HPHT Pycnometer is an add-on module for the M7500 Ultra HPHT Rheometer and provides a means for testing liquid density changes under simulated downhole conditions, such as those found in deep oil or geothermal wells.
The M7500PVT module is also designed to test solid samples such as cements, cores, or other solids.
Both sample types can be tested without contamination by pressurization fluid.
The M7500PVT module includes two pistons – large and small. The large piston is intended for tests involving larger changes in sample density. The small piston is intended for tests involving smaller changes in sample density, with a corresponding need for greater accuracy.
These tests are created and administered by the user with the M7500 PC software, M7500DAQ. Test results can be exported directly into Microsoft® Excel™ or saved as a standard .CSV text file.
The M7500 Ultra HPHT Rheometer:
The patented M7500 Ultra HPHT Rheometer is capable of testing fluid viscosity under conditions of temperature and pressure ranging from atmospheric to 30,000 psi and from 20 °F (with chiller) to 600 °F.
More M7500 add-on modules:
M7500 add-on modules provide powerful new functionality at a lower cost than competing, stand-alone instruments, while maintaining a single instrument footprint and merging seamlessly with your existing software training.
More specifications and other information can be found on our M7500 Ultra HPHT Rheometer page.
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