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Our Baker Hughes Vertilog™ casing inspection services use magnetic flux-leakage measurements to identify and quantify internal and external corrosion defects. The overlapping arrays of flux-leakage sensors and discriminator sensors offer full circumferential inspection of the tubing or casing string. This process differentiates between metal-loss (corrosion) and metal-gain (hardware) features, and distinguishes between general corrosion and isolated pitting.
We offer the following Vertilog services:
Baker Hughes Digital VertilogTM service
Upon request, this instrument may be configured for casing sizes up to 22 in.
Baker Hughes Micro VertilogTM service
This instrument runs in memory mode on slickline or surface readout on electric wireline in pipe sizes from 2 7/8 up to 9 5/8 in.
Baker Hughes High Resolution VertilogTM (HRVRTTM) service
The highest resolution casing inspection tool in the industry uses multi-axis flux leakage measurements.
Our Digital Vertilog™ service provides an accurate indication of both internal and external casing corrosion.
Our Micro Vertilog™ service is the most versatile casing inspection tool in our arsenal.
Our HRVRT™ high-resolution vertilog service delivers the highest-resolution electromagnetic casing inspection in the industry.
The Insignia™ service provides a high-resolution assessment of a well’s integrity so emergency interventions and unnecessary production outages can potentially be avoided.