Well known for producing the world's most capable and reliable high pressure, high temperature (HPHT) well cementing instruments, the Chandler Engineering portfolio of instruments and systems has grown to include reservoir testing systems, drilling fluid testing and corrosion testing instruments as well as many other unique solutions for reservoir evaluation, well construction and completions. Click on one of the below options for additional information:

  • Pressurized Rotational

    Chandler Engineering manufacturers high pressure, high temperature (HPHT) viscometers that provide measurements at elevated pressures and temperatures in accordance with API and ISO standards for completion, stimulation and drilling fluids.

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  • Atmospheric Rotational

    These Viscometers are used to measure viscosity of cementing, completion, simulation and drilling fluids in accordance with API and ISO standards. Any of these instruments may be used with an optional thermal cup which enables testing at temperatures up to 194ºF / 90ºC.

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  • In-Line Viscometers

    In-Line Viscometers provide real-time on location measurement of fracturing fluids viscosity. They are rugged instruments that are designed and manufactured to withstand the rigors encountered within field operations.

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  • Pressurized Foam Rheometer

    Chandler Engineering developed an advanced tool for well completions designed specifically to measure the rheological properties of foamed systems under extended pressure and temperature conditions.

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  • Friction Flow Loop System

    Friction Flow Loop System is used for testing the effects of friction reducers by circulating at high rates through different pipe diameters. Friction Loop designs vary based on the application required.

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  • Dynamic Scale Deposition Loop System

    Dynamic Scale Deposition Loop fully automated systems includes hardware and software to measure and evaluate the performance of scale inhibitors under high pressure and high temperature conditions.

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