Mobile Atmospheric Gasometer (AMG)

Mobile Atmospheric Gasometer (AMG)

 

 

The LEUTERT atmospheric mobile gasometer (AMG) allows the PVT specialist to accurately measure the volume of liberated gas. It incorporates a calibrated glass cylinder that houses a floating piston. Dissolved gas in a one phase sample is freed by slowly decreasing the pressure. A pycnometer flash skit or flash separator may be used to do so. The sample may be stored in a downhole sampler, a sample cylinder or pycnometer, recombination apparatus or PVT cell.

The liberated gas is fed into the bottom of the gas cylinder and the floating piston starts to rise. A position sensor records the pistons position within the cylinder and a micro controller calculates the gas volume collected. At the same time the pressure inside the cylinder is measured and displayed. The temperature of the gas is measured while it flows into the gasometer. The temperature is also displayed at the front panel of the gasometer.

Features:
 

  • Smaller dead volume than most competitive gasometers special care has been taken, to minimize diameter and length of feeding lines.
  • Measuring gas temperature, not the temperature of the gasometers structure.
  • Three ports. Two for gas circulation to achieve real equilibrium in sample vessel. Plus one port for drain and evacuation.
  • Field proven, small in diameter and vibration tested for damage free transportation on desert roads on helicopter ride.

 

 

Operating Pressure:

Vacuum to 30 PSI (2 bar)

Operating temperature:

-4 to 140 °F (-20 to 60 °C)

Volume: 4000cc
Accuracy:

0.1% FS

Material of wetted parts:

Stainless steel / Viton

Fluid: Dry gas
Connections: Male Tube Connector 1/8”
Power supply: 110 to 220 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Height: ~37” (94 cm)
Width: ~17” (44cm)
Depth: ~11” (30 cm)
Weight:

~64 lbs (30 kg)

 

 

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