Mud Pipe Flow

Drilling mud is usually pumped down the hollow drill pipe to the drill bit where it exits the pipe and is then flushed back up the brehole to the surface. Some muds are then discharged into the environment (via regulated methods), and others are recirculated back into the process for reuse.

Pulsar Measurement provide flow solutions to ensure that drilling muds are flowing through pipes at the correct rate, giving an indication of blockages or issues within the process and aids oil and gas manufacturers with discharge compliance.

DFM 6.1

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DFS 5.1

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Flow Monitor

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FlowPulse Handheld Controller

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FlowPulse Sensor

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PDFM 5.1

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PTFM 1.0

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PulsarGuard 2010

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SFM 6.1

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TTFM 6.1

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