MIT 60 / 24 / 40 (Multifinger Imaging Tool)

MIT 60
  • MIT60 is used to detect very small changes to the internal surface condition of tubing or casing with high accuracy.
  • The tool may be run with extended length fingers to increase the measurement range.
  • Available in a range of diameters to suit varying casing / tubing sizes.

Key Feature

  • The tool is available in three different sizes; 24, 40 or 60 fingers.
  • Detection and quantification of corrosion or scale build-up
  • Accurate measurement of wellbore inner surface
  • Identification of tubing items, buckling, holes and other damages
  • Internal inclinometer and orientation sensor
  • Surface readout or memory options
  • can be combined with other well integrity tools
  • 3D data analysis
  • Statistical analysis
  • Suitable for all well deviations


  • Rig-up Wireline PCE/ Equipment
  • Take current well parameters.
  • Pressure test wireline PCE.
  • Conduct Drift run to simulate the actual run based on the programs and calibrate DTR.
  • Run In Hole MIT Tools to desired depth. Wait for finger open. Log from below to surface.
  • Wait for finger closed timing and retrieve Data.
  • Rig-Down PCE.

Author: Aarif Billah

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