Downhole Sensors

Improving the run life of your ESP system while maximizing production is a challenge that requires real-time, accurate bottomhole data. Depend on the industry’s most reliable downhole ESP sensor to fight your decline curve efficiently and effectively.

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Get reliable, useful data on your downhole environment

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Patented voltage surge protection

Get longer run life, continuous data, and more installations with one sensor.

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Strong track record

Depend on a sensor with a history of performance and reliability.

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ESP system agnostic

Use with any ESP downhole system and any ESP control system.

Sure, you need data. But, you really need reliable data.

Our ESP sensors deliver intake and discharge pressure, intake and motor temperature, and vibration data in all types of downhole conditions. They are rated at up to 8,000 psi and 350˚F (177˚C).

Our sensor designs are so robust that we stand behind them with the industry’s
only 2-year warranty.

At half the size and weight of other sensors, our ESP sensor system is easier to install and poses fewer HSE risks.

Our ESP sensor interface has the industry’s highest safety certifications for electrical equipment used for measurement and control.

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Rated up to 8,000 psi and 350˚F

Our ESP sensors deliver intake and discharge pressure, intake and motor temperature, and vibration data in all types of downhole conditions. They are rated at up to 8,000 psi and 350˚F (177˚C).

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Industry’s only 2-year warranty

Our sensor designs are so robust that we stand behind them with the industry’s
only 2-year warranty.

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½ the size and weight of other sensors

At half the size and weight of other sensors, our ESP sensor system is easier to install and poses fewer HSE risks.

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UL/CSA certified surface interface

Our ESP sensor interface has the industry’s highest safety certifications for electrical equipment used for measurement and control.

Improve your production,
lower your costs

Our ESP sensor system provides essential data on downhole pressure and temperature to help monitor ESP system operations. The pay off?
Fewer workovers…More production…Lower lease operating expenses.

Patented voltage surge protection

  • Protect the ESP from damaging power surges
  • Never lose your downhole data
  • Rerun the sensor with no need for servicing even if the ESP
    motor fails

ESP system agnostic

  • Industry standard threads that mount to any downhole component
  • Mount the sensor to any downhole motor with industry-standard threads and a wide range of adapter sizes
  • Connect to any downhole motor with industry-standard threads

Strong track record

  • >7,000 sensors installed worldwide
  • 20+ number of trips one sensor has been rerun

Prevent ESP failures, fine tune well models, and optimize production

Real-time, reliable data from our sensors allow you to:

  • Prevent frequent ESP shut downs in wells with high gas content
  • Use intake pressure data for multi-rate well tests
  • Prolong pump life by controlling the Hz based on vibration

Industry-leading capabilities and reliability

ChampionX ESP Sensor

  • Uses active semiconductor circuit to protect from electrical damage
  • 3.75-in., 18.5 lb sensor is half the size and weight of other sensors
  • Withstands a 4160 volt motor phase-to-ground short
  • Can be rerun after a short is repaired

Competitors’ sensors

  • Prone to electrical breakdown during phase-to-ground cable and motor faults
  • Induction chokes are too large for 3.75-in. systems
  • Inductor chokes electrically saturate from and lose protection when DC current is passed through them

Validate the ESP well model

Use trends from the downhole sensor to analyze you ESP wells.

Predict future ESP performance

Use trends form the downhole sensor to analyze your ESP wells

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