westernex 1125-00008

Ezy Logger

SKU: 1125-00013

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Features & Benefits
A quick reference core logging goniometer, designed to simply measure alpha/beta angles and lineations within wireline core structures. It's hardwearing and lightweight design makes logging core easy when compared to traditional methods. It is available in all wireline core sizes and with its compact size, is easily shipped around the world. For a fraction of the cost of traditional logging devices, this is your ultimate core logging instrument.

Technical Benefits: the clever design incorporating impact resistant plastic and reinforced protective rims makes for a strong shock resistant product that will give excellent service. It should give confidence to any competent user in the basic measurement of structural trends and estimations while logging core samples of a variety of sizes and types.

Serviceability: requires a quick wipe with a damp cloth. Keep clear of heat and organic solvents.

Accuracy: this should be used as a quick reference guide only and is not designed to be used as a calibrated instrument. The proprietary, lightweight and robust design of the Ezy-Logger™ allows Geologists and Field Technicians to quickly and easily make structural linear, alpha/beta measurements for most core samples and core sizes. The compact size of the product makes it easy to transport and visual readings are easy to observe.

Beta Angles: two end protractors are used to determine the beta angle of a structure. Firstly position the 0° mark over the core orientation line of the core sample. Then read the degree position of the nose of the elliptical structure by rotating clockwise from the core orientation (bottom of hole) line.

Alpha Angles: there are two side Alpha protractors (blue & red) that allow for easy visual measurement of the Alpha angle for a variety of rock colours. This is achieved by simply sliding the device up or down the core sample while holding it relative to the Beta angle (nose of the ellipse) and selecting the line of best fit on the side of the device that matches the structure being measured.

Lineations: these can be measured on open fractures by rotating the device on the core sample, so that the 0° position on the end protractor being used is over the nose of the ellipse for the open fracture being measured and then reading off the degree at which the lineations strike the protractor or exit the core sample.

Linear Measurement: the device can even provide limited linear measurements from one structure to the next of 0 to 95mm (0 to 3 inches) in length minimizing the need for a set of calipers while handling fragile core samples.

Accuracy: the simple and cost effective design allows the measurement of a range of core sizes to within 5° or better when used correctly. The device is a quick reference guide only and is not designed to be used as a calibrated instrument and should give confidence to any competent user in the basic measurement of structural trends and estimations while logging core samples of a variety of sizes and types.

Core Sizes: due to popular demand, it is now available in eleven sizes with some variants covering more than one core size.

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