High quality, flexibility and reliability offer loggers and drillers alike a new dimension in inspecting wellbores. Geovista supply downhole cameras to allow you to see what is happening in your well. We have designed, manufactured and supplied cameras that have proven invaluable to users worldwide
The Geovista cameras are designed to go deep. With a rating of 150/200 BAR, these robust cameras can be used on your geophysical wireline winch providing great flexibility. You don’t need to buy a separate camera system and cable.
The dual view camera provides both axial and 360 deg infinite rotating video with real time depth, speed, comments, title, software controllable functions (editing, zoom, BLC, camera control…), variable high and low intensity lighting as well as focusing and rotation speed control. An optional inclination and deviation sensor can be added to orientate your downhole video. The cameras are suitable and safe for water well inspections.
Image Orientation and Borehole Inclination
An option to measure and display orientation and borehole inclination on the video monitor is available with the Dual Camera.
There are many applications in borehole environments that require video inspection.
Utility and pipeline management, new construction inspection, Multi-well planning, assures correct downhole installation of equipment, fracture and caving analysis, screen review and evaluation, pump and casing inspection, well planning, re-inspect existing wells to evaluate condition over time, after service inspection, water well monitoring, plan remediation work, recover lost tools and comply with local legal requirements.
Most importantly, high quality video in your well act to save costs by allowing you to plan and work on your boreholes, inspect problems and ensure the well is fit for purpose.
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