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Presentation of the Physical Measurements Center

For TEP ASD, the objective is to validate and accredit new players in the logging and measurement industry.

The physical measurement center, open to the entire industry, is the first link in the probes calibration chain who is the "Quality" insurance in the borehole logging industry.

This center will allow to calibrate manufacturer's measuring instrument and to make more reliable the data sets acquired.

The availability and easy access, for all industrial and academic players, to a set of "master" standards reproducing the borehole environment, aims to promote the development of new means for quantitative measurement and/or to improve the quality of existing probes.

The Physical Measurements Center includes:

1.   A 520m2 analytical building with:

2.   An administrative building

 

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