The Tracer Ejector is used in the identification of flow behind the casing and determines fluid velocity and direction.
The Tracer Ejector is used in the identification of flow behind the casing and determines fluid velocity and direction. The Tracer Ejector Tool uses a pressure balanced chamber to eject radioactive iodine. An electrically activated solenoid ejects a finite amount of radioactive fluid in which the concentration is minimal with a short half-life. The Gamma Ray Detectors (sold separately) then determines fluid velocity and direction. Flow profiles can be determined from the data sent to the acquisition system.
- Pressure Balanced Chamber
- Maintains a Constant Internal Pressure which Exceeds the Wellbore Pressure
- Fill Pump Provides a Safe and Efficient Method of Transfer to Radioactive Fluids
- Radioactive Fluid Not Provided
The Tracer Ejector tool works independent of well pressure and can be implemented to execute multiple releases in one pass.