240520132303The UCA (Ultrasonic Cement Analyzer) CTE model 2000 is used to provide an indication of the relative strength development of a slurry sample while it is being cured under down hole temperature and pressure conditions. Relative strength is determined by measuring the change in velocity of an ultrasonic signal transmitted through the cement slurry specimen as it cures. As the strength of the cement specimen increases, the transit time of the ultrasonic signal through the specimen decreases, allowing the relative strength to be calculated.

Features :

  • Meets API Spec 10,RP 10B, and ISO 10426 requirements.
  • Industry’s only fully digital ultrasonic pulse board eliminates signal drift.
  • Maximum operating pressures to 5,000 psi (34.5 MPa ) and temperatures to 400°F (204°C).
  • Digital, real-time display of current strength, transit time, pressure and temperature measurements.
  • 12 inch, color touch-screen for display of testing parameters and access to programmable features.
  • Pressure control maintained with high quality pressure relief valve and air-operated,  high pressure pump.
  • Automatic shutdown based on compressive strength or test time.
  • Adjustable automatic cooling upon test finish.