Stay on Target and in Zone with Aim MWD Services

The most crucial tasks during drilling are keeping within lease lines and hitting the target zone. This involves utilizing directional and logging sensors to ensure the drill string is at the proper depth, angle, and formation. Operators rely on precise, proven technology in order to eliminate costly mistakes or trips out of the hole.

Aim Directional Services’ Measurement While Drilling (MWD) technology allows operators to stay on target and land in zone without worry. Using industry‐proven, robust, highly accurate sensors; Aim supplies directional and gamma ray logging for any application. This information is sent up in real‐time utilizing efficient and reliable mud pulse and electromagnetic (EM) telemetry options to fit any drilling need. Obtain necessary data on‐the‐fly without costly maintenance trips with Aim Directional Services’ MWD.

  • Proven technology with Tensor based design
  • EM will operate in any drilling fluid (mud, oil, air, foam, etc)
  • Extreme reliability even in high LCM situations
  • Fully retrievable via wireline
  • Low or no survey wait time with EM
  • Tolteq manufactured equipment provides a rugged and reliable tool string
  • Patented lower poppet housing allows mud pulse technology to work even in formations where high LCM is needed
  • Ultra‐low noise receiver allows for deeper drilling with EM applications
  • Accurate gamma logging combined with real‐time operating center (RTOC) capability allows for on‐the‐fly wellpath changes
  • Highly reliable, proven technology reduces non‐productive time (NPT)
  • Mud properties and LCM content won’t affect mud pulse telemetry
  • Avoid costly mistakes in wellpath deviation and missed targets
  • Low noise receiver in EM and patented poppet for mud pulse save time by eliminating the need to trip out due to formation resistivities or LCM content

  • Mud Pulse, EM, Dual Telemtry
  • Gamma and Resistivity
  • Continuous Inclination and Azimuth
  • Rotary Pulser, Aim Patented Lower End
  • PWD, Near‐bit Inclination/Gamma

Mechanical Specifications

EM Mud Pulse Directional Gamma
Operating Temp 0-350 °F
32 – 175° C
Survival Temp 0 – 365° F
32 – 185° C
-40 – 365° F
-40 – 185° C
-40 – 400° F
-40 – 200° C
Max Operating Pressure 20,000 psi

137.9 Mpa

Random Vibration 20 g
(RMS 30-500 Hz)
20 g
(RMS 10-200 Hz)
Shock 1000 g
(0.5 msec half-sine)
OD 1.875″/0.047m
Length 42.8″/1.087m 53.7″/1.364m 33.7″/0.856m
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Sensor Accuracy

Directional
Inclination ±0.1°
Azm 5° inc ±1.2°
10° inc ±1.0°
90° inc ±0.5°
Toolface ±1.0°
Dip ±0.3°
Gravity ±2.0mG
Magnetic ±1.5 mgauss
RPM ±0.5 % of value
Gamma
Sensivity 1.4 CPS per API
Accuracy ±2% to 300° F
±5 % to 350° F
Max AP Range @ 5% PPU error 8000 API
Thin-bed resolution (8″ hole at 50% points) 6.8″/0.173m