High Pressure, High Temperature (HPHT) Consistometers

High Pressure, High Temperature (HPHT) Consistometers are designed to test a cement's thickening time under a variety of downhole conditions in compliance with API standards. Single and dual-cell models are available. Choose from:
  • Model 7322 Single Cell

    Model 7322 Single Cell (400ºF / 204ºC; 22,000 psi / 150 MPa)
    An API Spec 10A compliant instrument, the Model 7322 HPHT Consistometer is designed to test cement thickening behavior under a variety of downhole conditions. Designed with laboratory efficiency and ease of operation as major goals, the Model 7322 design minimized the two largest contributors to instrument downtime: the cool-down time between tests and routine maintenance.

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  • Model 8340 Single Cell

    Model 8340 Single Cell (600ºF / 315ºC; 40,000 psi / 275 MPa)
    The Model 8340 HPHT Consistometer is designed for laboratories that need to test cement mixtures and additives for use at the hottest temperatures and highest pressures. This instrument is used to test cement thickening behavior under almost any downhole well conditions.

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  • Model 8040 Dual Cell

    Model 8040 Dual Cell (600ºF / 315ºC; 40,000 psi / 275 MPa)
    The Model 8040 is designed for busy laboratories involved in: oil well cement research, research and testing of cement additives, cement quality assurance and the research and field laboratories of well service companies. This instrument can simultaneously perform two independent cement thickening behavior tests under a variety of downhole well conditions.

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  • Model 7025 Dual Cell

    Model 7025 Dual Cell (400ºF / 204ºC; 25,000 psi / 172 MPa)
    The Model 7025 is designed for busy laboratories involved in: oil well cement research, research and testing of cement additives, cement quality assurance and the research and field laboratories of well service companies. This instrument can simultaneously perform two independent cement thickening time tests under a variety of downhole well conditions.

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