Standard Temperature System
GT-Shock Miser is a patented shock and vibration mitigation technology that reduces axial shock from excitation devices by 80%, amplifies the MWD telemetry signal by as much as 300%, filters debris from the mud system and has the highest LCM resistance in the industry.
Gordon’s patented pulser allows for faster data rates, longer battery life and industry-leading reliability. It was designed for universal use with all mud systems and features a 200°C temperature capability.
Gordon’s patented Noralis directional module features best in class solid state technology inclusive of fully featured and integrated sensor electronics such as 6-axis, 6 decimal raw surveys with real-time survey corrections.
COMPONENT PACKAGING & CENTRALIZATION
Allows for 50% reduction in number of circuit boards and internal lateral and axial shock isolation and component mounting based on Shock Miser technology. The proprietary exterior centralization fins allow for an extreme wear and corrosion resistant metallurgy design.
Gordon’s data compression provides up to 5 bits per second data rates with industry best power efficiency.
DUAL TRANSDUCER DECODING
Noralis Dual Transducer Decoding Systems result in faster data rates at greater depths.
Innovating On 40 Years of MWD Engineering Expertise
Gordon Technologies’ MWD system is a faster, more robust, and more reliable MWD system than any other on the market. The GT-MWD system uses advanced technology to save operators time and money while operating in the most hostile drilling environments. The GT-MWD system continues to provide the highest performance, efficiency, and reliability in the industry by delivering technological, data-driven solutions to MWD challenges.
Reliability Is Key
Superior Design Eliminates The Potential For Error
Advanced Mechanical Design
- Innovative module packaging allows a shorter and easier MWD tool to build and service
- Proprietary MWD centralizers and internal shock mounting for improved life of electronic components
Advanced Electrical Design
- Intelligent power management for an optimized battery life
- Four circuit board design reduces the potential points of failure compared to standard eight circuit board systems
Real-Time Data Acquisition
- Drilling dynamics; axial and lateral shock and vibration, temperature, RPM for stick-slip measurement
- 6-axis, 6-decimal place raw survey capability for survey management
- High quality data transmission with decoding filter ensuring downhole communication performance
- Optimized data management to utilize fast mud pulse data rates (up to 4 bits per second) for high-speed logging
- Transmits a more detectible signal than any other MWD system
The Gordon Difference
We Do MWD Differently
GT-MWD’s innovative design enhances the performance of the MWD system while also protecting it from increasingly harsh drilling environments. The combination of the GT-Shock Miser and GT-Pulser is an evolutionary step in MWD technology because it both improves the pulse amplitude, enabling best-in-class performance in extended laterals, and preserves MWD tool health, increases expected run life and reduces unplanned trip outs.
Each module in the MWD string contains shock absorption technology which further isolates the electronics from potentially damaging shock and vibration.
Led by our patented pulser and transmitter technology, GT-MWD produces larger pulses for strong and reliable detection and is designed to operate in nearly all mud types and drilling conditions.
The most technologically advanced and effective signal detection system in the industry allows for reliable decoding of downhole data even in drilling environments with high interference.
Gordon’s best-in-class MWD system (GT-MWD) is designed to work in all North American basins and for use with all types of mud systems in applications up to 300°F (149°C).
Gordon’s high-temperature MWD system (HeatMiser™) features the same benefits of the GT-MWD but was specifically designed for high-temperature environments up to 374°F (190°C).
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