Archives for July 2014

July Bits

July Bits July 7, 2014   Find out what’s going on at Tolteq this month.   Updates: Firmware and Software Several products have been updated in the past several weeks. See the list below to find out if your product requires updating. If you need more information on the specific changes, please see our Release […]

Insight: The Ban on U.S. Crude Exports

Insight: The Ban on U.S. Crude Exports By Gabriel Trevino July 7, 2014   Although U.S. producers can export coal, petroleum products, and soon lots of natural gas, crude oil has remained on the banned list. For that reason, the Obama administration’s relaxation of some crude oil exports has received much attention. Oil producers see […]

How-To: Continuity Test

How-To: Continuity Test with SureCircuit July 7, 2014   A continuity test is a simple, but extremely useful, check for determining an electrical path between two ends. The test reveals the state of a specific line, and whether it is open or closed, i.e., whether a circuit can be made. An open circuit cannot conduct […]

Tool String Assembly: Timed Comparison

Tool String Assembly: Timed Comparison July 7, 2014   New White Paper out now     Have you ever wondered just how long it takes to assemble a tool string? We did. To test our ideas, we put this comparison together, pitting our SureMate centralizer against the industry-standard “Half Moon” design. To get unbiased data, our […]

Tool String Assembly Comparison White Paper

The purpose of this test is to compare the SureMate centralizer with the industry standard “Half Moon” design centralizers for ease-of-use and functionality.