Our competitive advantages in directional drilling are unique in the industry. Our proprietary technology and tools offer industry leading performance and are readily customizable to meet the needs of specific customer programs. Our eight operating centers across North America allow us to provide fast response, efficient tool support, and local expertise. With experience in all key basins and extensive program design capabilities, Cathedral has an in-depth understanding of how to help our customers achieve accurate wellbore placement and lower project costs.
The dynamometer verifies force and torque specifications under simulated operating conditions which enables Cathedral to test new motors and power sections while minimizing adverse impacts to customers.
Every component we use in our tools is rigorously inspected to ensure tolerances are within specifications. This results in higher reliability downhole. For component inspection, Cathedral relies on a Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) which is capable of measuring complex geometry as accurate as 1/1000ths of an inch.
To ensure our MWD systems are capable of surviving transport in the Artic to functioning in the bottom of a deep Texas wellbore, all electronic equipment built by Cathedral is temperature tested. The Heat Chamber is capable of cycling temperature from -70C to +200C.
The Vibration Table is capable of testing MWD components at forces up to 50 G’s. Using the data collected down hole with HAWK monitoring system the vibration table can be programmed to accurately reproduce drilling conditions that cause service interruptions, and to test designs for eliminating repetitive component failures.
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Cathedral divests its Flowback and Production Testing division to Ideal Completions Group.