Depth Tracker: Option for 28XX
The Depth Tracker is a fully integrated electronics module that adds depth tracking capability to the Laversab 28xx Series rig-floor computers. The module includes all the necessary safety barriers that allow the user to place the encoder, hook load sensor and manual slip switch in ‘hazardous’ locations. A user-friendly Depth Tracker Software is included, which allows the user to configure and calibrate the depth tracker module. If an EDR or other data logger is not available, the Depth Tracker Software can also be used for logging all the depth tracker measurements for the entire job duration.
Depth Tracking Add-on
The Laversab Depth Tracking Add-on is a PCB that can be added to existing Laversab systems. It is capable of recording depth data while drilling and can interface with Zone 1 encoders and hook-load sensors. It includes easy-to-use software for sensor calibration, data recording, and advanced logging.
Depth data is formatted as WITS0 and/or WITSML. It can be stored locally or used by any external applications. If no EDR is available, the Depth Tracking add-on can act as the primary depth logger.
EDR Software: LINKS
Laversab LINKS is a rig-ready software package built for the Laversab EDR as well as 3rd party EDRs. It is responsible for acquiring surface parameters, formatting into WITS0 or WITSML, and transmitting or storing the data. LINKS calculates both time-based and depth-based measurements.
LINKS is responsible for making real-time surface parameters available to the driller, operator, and offsite stakeholders. Key Performance Indicators, Tour Sheets, and Daily Reports are also managed by the LINKS. LINKS also has modules for Lithology, Swab, Well Planning, and Ton-Mile calculations.
LINKS is available for daily rent as well as purchase. License access and entitlements can be managed online.
The Laversab Electronic Drilling Recorder is designed for common data acquisition applications on the rig, including Mudlogging, Lithology, Pit Volume Totalizer (PVT), Depth Logging, and more. The EDR makes real-time surface parameters available to the driller, operator, and offsite stakeholders. Key Performance Indicators, Tour Sheets, and Daily Reports are generated by the LINKS EDR Software. The system works with typical surface measurement sensors, which can be reused across multiple jobs.
The Laversab EDR enables service companies to affordably add additional revenue streams by providing EDR services themselves. Multiple payment options are available for qualified customers.
HazLoc Computer: Model 2800 (Legacy)
Laversab Model 2800 is a Class 1 Division 2 certified HazLoc workstation designed for legacy systems. This unit includes a 15” touchscreen and options for a 2.4GHz or 900MHz wireless radio.
Customer-specific software can be installed before or after delivery. However, Laversab recommends the Models 2804 / 2852 / 2860 for new requirements.
For customers who require their data to be in WITSML format, the Laversab LINKS Collector can convert their drilling data to WITSML. Versions 1.3.1 & 1.4.1 are currently supported.
The LINKS Collector can handle most data formats – from WITS0 to proprietary formats used by equipment companies. LINKS Collector is a low footprint software that can run on any rig system.
MWD Surface System: Integrate Your Decoder
MWD Tool Designers can integrate their Decoders into Laversab Zone-2 units to create a certified MWD Surface System. These surface systems can decode and display data in any environment and wirelessly transmit information to the safe area. Systems can be configured to meet any rig requirement, and high performance CPU options are available.
Surface Systems designed with Laversab are certified for Hazardous Locations, more efficient to rig-up, and come with Laversab’s world-class service and renowned support. When quality matters, use Laversab.
PLC Connector to WITSML
The Laversab PLC Connector converts PLC well data to WITSML formats. The PLC Connector enables equipment data to be analyzed with drilling data. Operators and service companies can derive insights on rig equipment performance correlates to drilling performance. They can also monitor equipment to predict and prevent failures.
PLC Connector supports Modbus TCP/IP, OPC, SLC 500 (Rockwell/Allen Bradley), Step 7 (Siemens), and other protocols.
Data across multiple rigs and fields can be compared and analyzed to provide insights into true overall performance. Custom analysis and reports are available from Laversab.
Real-time Server: WITSML Store
Laversab WITSML Store is a cloud-based server built to handle data coming from multiple rigs. It is responsible for securely managing all drilling parameters. WITSML Store is accessible by authorized users 24/7/365.
Drilling data can be transmitted to WITSML Store directly from the rig-site. And it is instantly available for any authorized users.
WITSML Store is compatible with WITSML versions 1.3.1 and 1.4.1. It can be customized to meet specific customer requirements. And can be installed on a local server instead of the cloud.
Real-time WITSML Client: WellNode
Laversab WellNode is a Real-Time Client for visualizing and analyzing well data. It is used by clients and decision makers away from the rig to monitor progress and provide direction. WellNode provides both time-based and depth-based information and analysis across multiple wells. WellNode is suitable across any type of drilling job.
WellNode Modules include 3D trajectory, Well Planning, Lithology, KPI analysis, among others.
WellNode is compatible with WITSML versions 1.3.1 and 1.4.1. It can be customized to meet specific customer requirements.
Rig Monitoring Solutions
Laversab software can monitor the performance of critical rig equipment – including engines, pumps, and others. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are used to measure and predict failures, downtime, and maintenance work. The Laversab platform can set custom alerts and calculate MTBF, MTTR, and DMECA. Monitoring can be done across multiple wells to compare an entire field.
Stand-alone Depth Tracker: Model 4210
The Laversab Model 4210 is a stand-alone depth tracker, capable of recording depth data while drilling. The stand-alone depth tracker is certified for use in Zone 2 hazardous locations. It includes easy-to-use software for sensor calibration and data recording. Existing encoder and hook-load sensors/cables can be used, or new ones can be provided. Relevant application range from simple depth collection to advanced data logging and reporting.
Depth data is formatted as WITS0 and/or WITSML. It can be stored locally or used by any external applications. If no EDR is available, the stand-alone Depth Tracker can be the primary depth logger.