The Knuckle Joint is generally wireline deployed, though it can be used in conjunction with a tool string powered by a Memory Adapter Tool (MAT) that is connected to coil tubing.
The Knuckle Joint can pivot 10° thanks to its ball connector sub. This pivoting ability aids movement of a tool string through deviated, misaligned, or horizontal wells. It also allows a tool string to be de-centralized.
Bottom section of tool pivots
10° bend angle
Aids in moving tool string through deviated, misaligned, or horizontal wells
Can be used to de-centralize string
The Knuckle Joint tool allows for 15 points of electrical connection with swiveling and can be used in any point in a Lee Production Logging String.