Equipment for sample preparation 


The PIK-SOK/CO2/TOLUOL Core Cleaning Automated System off Reservoir Fluids  


The PIK-SOK/C02/TOLUOL system is designed for the rapid core samples cleaning off reservoir fluids, drilling fluids and water.  



The PIK-SK plant for core samples saturation (saturator) 

The PIK-SK saturator enables the saturation of core samples with saline solutions, oil and other reservoir fluids by consecutive processes of evacuating and saturation. 



The PIK-VS plant for the recovery of rock sample natural wettability in temperature and pressure conditions   

The complex enables a consecutive injection of fluids into core holders in order to restore the wettability of samples in temperature and pressure conditions. 



Routine analysis


The PIK-PP Automated Porosimeter and Permeameter 

The automated permeameter-porosimeter is designed to rapidly determine porosity and permeability at pressure conditions at a confining pressure up to 68 MPa.



The PIK-UES automated device for the measurement of core sample electrical resistance

The PIK-UES complex is intended to measure electrical resistance of rock samples saturated with saline solutions or reservoir fluids in atmospheric conditions.  



The PIK-UZ device to study core elastic properties in atmospheric conditions

  The PIK-UZ facility is a tabletop device performing the measurement of longitudinal and transverse acoustic waves velocity in rock samples in atmospheric conditions. The complex makes it possible to determine the velocity of P- and S- acoustic waves through a saturated rock sample and draw an inference as to mechanical properties of the sample, such as Young's modulus and Poisson's ratio.





The PIK-UZ-UES-PL unit for the study of electrical and elastic core properties in simulated reservoir conditions 

The PIK-UZ-UES-PL unit is designed to determine electrical and elastic core properties in simulated reservoir condition. It allows for the determination of longitudinal and transverse ultrasound waves  velocity, displaceable fluid volume, and electrical resistance of samples by the four-terminal measurement system.   



The PIK-GGK group gravimetric capillary pressure system 

The PIK-GGK unit is designed to determine residual water saturation of pore volume within rock samples by desaturation method; with the use of a semipermeable membrane in accordance with OST 39-204-86 requirements.


The PIK-IGK-PL automated gravimetric capillary pressure system

The PIK-IGK-PL unit is intended for the determination of residual water saturation of pore volume within rock samples by desaturation method; with the use of a semipermeable membrane in accordance with OST 39-204-86 requirements at temperature and pressure conditions. 



The PIK-GEOVIS-700 capillary viscometer 

It is designed to measure viscosity of single-phase fluid or liquefied gas samples in temperature and pressure conditions. 




Special analysis


 The PIK-OFP/EP analysis of filtration-volumetric and electrical core properties

The system enables the analysis of filtration-volumetric and electrical core sample properties at reservoir conditions with stationary and non-stationary filtration. It provides for the core relative permeability determination in accordance with OST 39-235-89



The PIK-OFP-FD unit to evaluate formation damage analysis by fluids and drilling fluids 

The system is intended to evaluate the core sample permeability alternation upon the contact with fluids and drilling fluids flowing into reservoir. 



X-ray analysis


The RKT- 225 X-ray computed tomography for core analysis 

The RKT-225 CT is designed to analyze the internal structure of a rock sample without the use of mechanical stimulations. The complex is capable of operating with a core of various diameters, including a full-diameter core; contact free. 



The RKT-225-PL X-ray computed tomography for core analysis at reservoir conditions 

The CT is designed for core tomography, including a full-diameter core at reservoir conditions. A distinguishing feature of the CT is the immobility of subject of research. 



The PIK-AEI programmable measuring complex for the analysis of filtration-volumetric core properties by X-ray method 

The PIK-AEI unit is designed to analyze relative core sample permeability by stationary and non-stationary methods at reservoir conditions.



PIK-AEI-S Three-phase Saturation X-ray Scanner

Three-phase Saturation X-ray Scanner (liquid/liquid/gas) allows to determine the saturation in each point of the core (with two-dimensional distribution of saturation) supervising the process of fluid filtration and recording the current value of saturation.  



Proppant analysis


The PIK-API PR 61 unit to measure proppant-pack conductivity 

The unit is intended to study conductivity of the proppant-pack under simulated reservoir conditions. The system enables you to determine long-term conductivity of proppant placed between the plates of a standard laboratory core (Ohio&Berea) or core extracted from reservoir.   



The PIK-PN system to study proppant-pack durability

The system is designed to study proppant flowback from the cell being under hydraulic press. 



Subsystem to predict gas flow turbulence factors for the PIK-API PR 61 unit measuring proppant-pack conductivity 

The gas supply subsystem is designed to determine the value of gas flow turbulence factor (beta-factor) for proppant.





The PIK-FL unit for the analysis of fluid frictions in hydraulic fracturing 

The system is designed to study the frictions of fluids used for well pumping and hydraulic fracturing. 


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