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Date: 05/18/06

technical MANUAL

HIGH-TEMP PERFORATING
SCINTILLATION GR/CCL/SHOCK
1-11/16 O.D. SS

TITAN PART NUMBERS:


8100-16877SF070-06-0C-A

GRS-VG

8100-168B7SF070-06-0C-A

GGR-CB

This tool has been changed to 50V and negative


gamma ray pulse output as part of the Titan Gun
Gamma Ray Standardization Initiative outlined in
Operations Letter 12-366.

MANUFACTURING QUALITY
Perforating Guns and Hardware
SINCE 1966
Delivering Quality Downhole
Logging Instruments Since 1994

INSTRUMENT
DIVISION

The Titan Group

www.titanspecialties.com

Instrument Division

MANUAL REvISION HISTORY


INSTRUMENT DIvISION DOCUMENTATION
TITAN SPECIALTIES, LTD.
P.O. Box 2316
11785 Highway 152
Pampa, TX 79066

NAME

E-MAIL ADDRESS

DEPARTMENT

Stephanie langford
lacy Ransom
Demmie Mosley

slangford@titanspecialties.com
lransom@titanspecialties.com
dmosley@titanspecialties.com

Documentation
Support engineer
engineering Mgmt

Phone 806-665-3781

Fax 806-665-9315

Sales 800-692-4486

www.titanspecialties.com

TITLE................................... HIGH-TEMP PERFORATING SCINTILLATION GR/CCL/SHOCK 1-11/16 O.D. SS


RELEASE DATE.......................................................................................................................................05/18/06
MANUAL NUMBER............................................................................................................................02KT16AH-A
PART NUMBER............................................................................................ 8100-16877SF070-06-0C-A (400 F)
.....................................................................................................................8100-168B7SF070-06-0C-A (500 F)

REVISION...........................................................................................................................................................00
REVISION DATE.......................................................................................................................................05/18/06
PURPOSE...............................................................................................................new TitanTemplate for Manual

The Titan Group

www.titanspecialties.com

Instrument Division

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS.......................................................................................... 4


GENERAL COMMENTS ON GAMMA RAY LOGGING................................................................... 9
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF TOOL.................................................................................................. 10
EXPLOSIVES FIELD SAFETY PROCEDURES.............................................................................11
TOOL SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................................... 12
TOOL SPACING............................................................................................................................. 13
COMPLETE TOOL ASSEMBLY..................................................................................................... 14
TOP SUB ASSEMBLY.................................................................................................................... 15
CCL SCHEMATIC.......................................................................................................................... 16
TANDEM SUB ASSEMBLY............................................................................................................ 17
PERFORATING GR SCHEMATIC................................................................................................. 18
GR SCHEMATIC............................................................................................................................ 19
BOTTOM SUB ASSEMBLY........................................................................................................... 20
SHOCK SUB ASSEMBLY (SPARE PARTS).................................................................................. 21
BILL OF MATERIAL....................................................................................................................... 22

The Titan Group

www.titanspecialties.com

Instrument Division

GENERAL TERMS
TERMS AND
AND CONDITIONS
CONDITIONS
GENERAL
Effective April 20, 2004

(See paragraph #3 for Hold Harmless Terms)


the items to which these General terms and conditions refer are the items supplied or sold by titan Specialties, ltd. and/or titan
completion Products, a Division of titan Specialties, ltd. (hereinafter referred to as titan) to the purchaser thereof (hereinafter
referred to as Buyer). these items are sold only under the following General terms and conditions:
1. Price.
(a) all prices are expressed in United States dollars net FOB Pampa, texas, and unless otherwise agreed in writing by titan, are
subject to change without notice and are at the prices in effect at the time of order placement. Quotations will be given on request for
any item(s) offered by titan. Quotations will remain in effect only for the period of validity specified therein or, if no such period is
stated, for thirty (30) days from the date the quotation is given.
(b) all prices are exclusive of costs of transportation and insurance and federal, state and local use, sales, property (ad valorem)
and similar taxes and license fees, import duties and the like. Buyer agrees, by purchase of an item, to pay such costs, taxes, fees
and duties, and where appropriate, report the same. When applicable, such costs, taxes, fees, and duties will appear as separate
items on titans invoice.
2. Payment.
(a) Payment for all items is net cash United States funds on delivery or shipment except that a Buyer with an established credit
account currently approved by titan shall pay net cash within thirty (30) days following invoice date. Partial shipments will be invoiced
as made. invoices are payable in Pampa, Gray county, texas, USa.
(b) interest from due date until payment at the maximum rate allowable by law but in any event not more than eighteen percent (18%)
per annum will be charged on invoices unpaid sixty (60) days after due date. if unpaid amounts are collected through legal
proceedings or an attorney, Buyer shall pay reasonable attorneys fees and court costs. titan shall never be entitled to receive, collect
or apply as interest any amount in excess of the highest non-usurious rate of interest permitted by applicable law (the Maximum
Rate). in the event that titan ever receives, collects or applies as interest any amount in excess of the Maximum Rate, the amount
which would be excessive interest shall be deemed to be a partial payment on the amount Buyer owes to titan, or if Buyer does not
owe any amount to titan, any remaining excess shall be paid to the Buyer, and in such event, titan shall not be subject to any
penalties provided by any law for contracting for, charging, taking, reserving or receiving interest in excess of the Maximum Rate.
3. Hold harmless terms.
(A) BUYER AGREES TO UNCONDITIONALLY PROTECT, DEFEND, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD TITAN, ITS EMPLOYEES,
OFFICERS, AGENTS, AFFILIATES AND SUBSIDIARIES HARMLESS FROM AND AGAINST ALL DEMANDS, CLAIMS, SUITS,
CAUSES OF ACTION, COSTS, EXPENSES, AND DAMAGES THAT TITAN MAY AT ANY TIME SUFFER OR SUSTAIN OR
BECOME LIABLE FOR UNDER ANY LEGAL THEORY, INCLUDING wITHOUT LIMITATION, CONTRACT, wARRANTY,
DECEPTIvE TRADE PRACTICE, NEGLIGENCE, PRODUCT LIABILITY AND STRICT LIABILITY IN TORT, BY REASON OF ANY
ACCIDENTS, DAMAGES OR INJURIES, EITHER TO PERSONS OR PROPERTY OR BOTH, OF BUYER, OF ANY THIRD
PARTY(S), OR OF TITAN OR ANY PERSONS OR FIRMS AFFILIATED wITH TITAN, THAT ARISE OUT OF OR RELATE TO THE
USE OR MISUSE OF ANY ITEM SOLD HEREUNDER, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY USE OR MISUSE OF THE ITEM
BY BUYERS OFFICERS, AGENTS, EMPLOYEES, SUBCONTRACTORS, AFFILIATES, SUBSIDIARIES, OR ANY OTHER
PERSON OR ENTITY TO wHOM THE ITEM HAS SUBSEQUENTLY BEEN SOLD OR TRANSFERRED. BUYER FURTHER
AGREES THAT TITAN, ITS OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, AFFILIATES AND SUBSIDIARIES, SHALL NOT, UNDER ANY
CIRCUMSTANCES, BE LIABLE TO BUYER BY wAY OF ANY INDEMNITY THEORY, wHETHER BASED ON STATUTE,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, CHAPTER 82 OF THE TEXAS CIvIL PRACTICES & REMEDIES CODE, CONTRACT OR
THE COMMON LAw.
(B) IN ADDITION TO THE INDEMNITY GRANTED BY BUYER TO TITAN AND BUYERS wAIvER OF INDEMNITY FROM TITAN
IN THE ABOvE SUBPARAGRAPH (A), BUYER FURTHER AGREES TO PROTECT, DEFEND, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD TITAN,
ITS EMPLOYEES, OFFICERS, AGENTS, AFFILIATES AND SUBSIDIARIES, HARMLESS FROM AND AGAINST ALL DEMANDS,
CLAIMS, SUITS, CAUSES OF ACTION, COSTS, EXPENSES, AND DAMAGES THAT TITAN MAY AT ANY TIME SUFFER OR
SUSTAIN OR BECOME LIABLE FOR UNDER ANY LEGAL THEORY, INCLUDING wITHOUT LIMITATION, CONTRACT,
wARRANTY, DECEPTIvE TRADE PRACTICE, NEGLIGENCE, PRODUCT LIABILITY AND STRICT LIABILITY IN TORT, BY
REASON OF ANY ACCIDENTS, DAMAGES, OR INJURIES, EITHER TO PERSONS OR PROPERTY OR BOTH, OF BUYER, OF
ANY THIRD PARTY(S), OR OF TITAN OR ANY PERSONS OR FIRMS AFFILIATED wITH TITAN, THAT ARISE OUT OF OR
RELATE TO THE USE OR MISUSE OF ANY ITEM SOLD HEREUNDER THAT IS CAUSED BY OR RESULTS FROM THE SOLE
OR CONCURRENT NEGLIGENCE OF TITAN, ITS OFFICERS, AGENTS, EMPLOYEES, AFFILIATES OR SUBSIDIARIES, IN THE
DESIGN, MANUFACTURE, MARKETING, SALE OR DISTRIBUTION OF AN ITEM SOLD HEREUNDER. IT IS AGREED THAT
BUYERS INDEMNITY OBLIGATION UNDER THIS SUBPARAGRAPH (B) SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE SUM OF $500,000 AND
SHALL BE SUPPORTED BY LIABILITY INSURANCE COvERAGE PROvIDED BY BUYER THAT IS SUFFICIENTLY ENDORSED
TO wAIvE ANY AND ALL CLAIMS BY THE UNDERwRITERS OR INSURERS AGAINST TITAN.
4. Delivery Dates and Excusable Delays.
all shipment and/or delivery dates are subject to titans availability schedule. titan will make every reasonable effort to meet any
delivery date(s) quoted: however, titan will not be liable for its failure to meet any quoted delivery date(s) or for any delay in
performance due to any unforeseen circumstances or any causes beyond titans control including, without prejudice to the
foregoing generality, strike, lockout, riot, war, fire, acts of God, accident, failure or breakdown of parts necessary for completions,
subcontractor, supplier, Buyer caused delays, inability to obtain labor, materials or manufacturing facilities, or compliance with any
law, regulation or order, whether valid or invalid, of any governmental body or instrumentality thereof. Performance shall be deemed

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suspended during and extended for such time as any such circumstances or causes delay its execution. Whenever such
circumstances or causes have been remedied, titan will make and Buyer shall accept performance hereunder. no penalty clause
of any kind shall be effective. as used herein, performance shall include, without limitation, fabrication, assembly, shipment,
delivery and warranty repair or replacement, as applicable.
5. Packing.
all items shall be packed, if appropriate, for shipping and storage in accordance with standard commercial practices. See paragraph
8 for return shipment packaging.
6. Shipment.
(a) all prices are net FOB Pampa, texas. Buyer will pay all rigging, draying and transportation charges.
(b) normally titan will ship in accordance with Buyers shipping instructions. in the absence of shipping instructions or unsuitable
Buyers shipping instructions, titan reserves the right to ship by an appropriate method.
7. Passage of Title.
title to items sold and risk of loss and damage shall pass to Buyer upon delivery by titan to common carrier for shipment to Buyer, or
to buyer directly, as the case may be.
8. Changes, Cancellations and Returns.
(a) General
(1) titan reserves the right to change design(s), materials and specifications, and to discontinue item(s) without any notice or liability
to Buyer.
(2) if Buyer issues a change order or cancels an order, Buyer shall be liable to pay to titan the whole cost and loss incurred by titan
resulting from such change or cancellation, as such is determined by titan, which shall include all costs, direct and indirect, plus a pro
rata proportion of normal profit.
(3) no credit shall be given for any item returned unless returned with the prior approval of an authorized representative of titan
authorizing the return by issuing the Buyer a Return Material authorization (RMa). Only sales managers, major department
managers, or officers of titan are authorized to approve return of items. Risk of loss or damage in respect of any item returned with
titans authorization will remain with Buyer until redelivered to titan. a charge of not less than fifteen percent (15%) or such larger
amount as titan may consider reasonable in the circumstances, with a minimum of $10.00 per item, will be charged by titan on all
items returned to pay for cost of inspection, repacking, handling, credit arrangements, etc. titan shall not be responsible for holding
or accounting for any items returned without prior authorization by titan unaccompanied by the required RMa. if freight and other
transportation costs are not prepaid on any returned item, the cost thereof will be deducted from the credit issued. no credit will be
given on any non-standard item manufactured at the request of Buyer, or to the individual specifications of Buyer.
(4) all gun hardware and other items used with explosives must be inspected to assure that there are no explosive present before
packing and return shipment to titan. all returns require a Return Material authorization (RMa) [see 8(a)(3)]. titan will report
shipments not in full compliance with all applicable regulations and laws to the Buyers safety and/or regulatory compliance officers,
and as appropriate to regulatory agencies such as US DOt and/or atF.
(5) a copy of the original packing list must accompany all requests for returns.
(b) Explosives Items
(1) explosives items are regulated by and must comply with regulations of a number of governmental agencies. as applicable, the
Buyer must assure compliance with all regulations.
(2) the sale of all explosives items is final. exceptions specifically stated in this section apply only if they are processed and approved
as indicated.
(3) With the prior approval of the titan Manager of the selling location, items in unopened packages may be returned for credit within
30 days of the date of the sale provided the following conditions are met.
[a] items must be normally stocked items. Other items such as special orders are not eligible for return.
[b] the items must be in the original, clean, dry and undamaged packaging. all package labeling and marking must be in original
condition and securely attached to the packages. the packages and explosive items must be in sellable condition.
[c] as shipper of the return items, the Buyer must execute all appropriate and required regulatory and freight shipping papers.
Shipments must be in full compliance with all applicable regulations and laws. titan will report shipments not in full compliance with all
applicable regulations and laws to the Buyers safety and/or regulatory compliance officers, and as appropriate to regulatory agencies
such as US DOt and/or atF.
[d] if freight and other transportation costs are not prepaid on any returned item, the cost thereof will be deducted from the credit
issued. in the event that the explosive items can be picked up by titan in the course of another delivery, at the discretion of titan the
return freight and other transportation costs may be waived.
[e] Prior to the return, the Buyer must receive authorization for the return by (a) identifying the item (part number, description, date(s)
of manufacture as indicated on the package label, quantity, weight), (b) certifying that the items are in their unopened, like new
package, and to the best of the Buyers knowledge the items in the package are undamaged, (c) obtaining the required Return
Material authorization (RMa) from titan, and (d) obtaining written approval (included in the RMa) of the titan Manager of the selling
location. When the Buyer has obtained the required authorization, the Buyer must notify the titan Manager of the shipping details and
expected delivery date. no credit will be given unless these procedures are fully complied with.
[f] RETURNS NOT MEETING THE STATED REQUIREMENTS MAY HAvE TO BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE wITH

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HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DISPOSAL REGULATIONS. SUCH RETURNS MAY BE SUBJECT TO A CHARGE OF UP TO $10.00
PER POUND (GROSS wEIGHT OF ENTIRE SHIPMENT), OR SUCH LARGER AMOUNTS AS TITAN MAY CONSIDER
REASONABLE. TITAN IS NOT IN THE HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DISPOSAL BUSINESS. titan will report shipments not in full
compliance with all applicable regulations and laws to the Buyers safety and/or regulatory compliance officers, and as appropriate to
regulatory agencies such as US DOt and/or atF.
(4) titan may from time-to-time accept prior authorized return of explosive items in previously opened or damaged packages (but
repackaged for shipment, if necessary) if we have shipped the wrong item (not in accordance with a written purchase order), if the
item is subject to a titan recall, or for other reasons as deemed appropriate by titan. all returns require a Return Material
authorization (RMa) {see 8(b)(3)[e]}.
[a] Packaging of explosives items is regulated by governmental agencies. Return packaging must comply with these regulations.
Unless specifically approved by governmental agencies, different explosives items cannot be mixed in a package. the items must be
packaged in exactly the same way as the original package. Return packaging material must be identical to the original packaging
(from same package manufacturer, in accordance with the governmental packaging approval). in some cases, alternate packaging
conforming to the institute of Makers of explosives publication iMe SlP 22 is allowed. titan will report shipments not in full
compliance with all applicable regulations and laws to the Buyers safety and/or regulatory compliance officers, and as appropriate to
regulatory agencies such as US DOt and/or atF.
[b] the items must be in (a) serviceable original packaging, with internal packaging in original condition, and items packaged in an
identical manner as the original, (b) approved replacement original packaging (complete, to the same packaging approval as the
original), or (c) if allowed, an iMe 22 container.
[b] all package labeling and marking must be in original condition and securely attached to the packages. labels and markings must
include the correct part number, description, date(s) of manufacture as indicated on the original package label, quantity, weight, and
required hazardous material markings and labels.
[c] if the Buyer believes that it is not possible to meet the regulatory requirements for packaging, titans VP energetics Division will
determine the packing and shipping method to be used (in compliance with applicable regulations).
[d] as shipper of the return items, the Buyer must execute all appropriate and required regulatory and freight shipping papers.
Shipments must be in full compliance with all applicable regulations and laws. titan will report shipments not in full compliance with all
applicable regulations and laws to the Buyers safety and/or regulatory compliance officers, and as appropriate to regulatory agencies
such as US DOt and/or atF.
[e] Prior to the return, the Buyer must receive authorization for the return by (a) identifying the item (part number, description, date(s)
of manufacture as indicated on the package label, quantity, weight), (b) describing packaging used, and certifying that it is the same
as the original packaging or is in an alternate packaging specified by titans VP energetics Division, (c) obtaining the required
Return Material authorization (RMa) from titan, and (d) obtaining written approval (included in the RMa form) of the titan Manager of
the selling location (who must receive approval from titans VP Sales for sales/distribution related returns, from titans VP
energetics Division for technical or quality related returns, or from an officer of titan). When the Buyer has obtained the required
authorization, the Buyer must notify the titan Manager of the shipping details and expected delivery date. no credit will be given
unless these procedures are fully complied with.
[f] RETURNS NOT MEETING THE STATED REQUIREMENTS MAY HAvE TO BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE wITH
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DISPOSAL REGULATIONS. SUCH RETURNS MAY BE SUBJECT TO A CHARGE OF UP TO $10.00
PER POUND (GROSS wEIGHT OF ENTIRE SHIPMENT), OR SUCH LARGER AMOUNTS AS TITAN MAY CONSIDER
REASONABLE. TITAN IS NOT IN THE HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DISPOSAL BUSINESS. titan will report shipments not in full
compliance with all applicable regulations and laws to the Buyers safety and/or regulatory compliance officers, and as appropriate to
regulatory agencies such as US DOt and/or atF.
9. Other Manufacturers Equipment.
if any items sold to Buyer by titan contain any parts or materials obtained by titan from any other party, these parts or materials are
sold to Buyer aS iS. AS TO ANY SUCH PARTS OR MATERIALS, TITAN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL wARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND wARRANTIES ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING
OR USAGE OF TRADE. BUYERS REMEDY FOR ANY FAILURE OR DEFECT IN SUCH PARTS OR MATERIALS IS LIMITED TO
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROvIDED IN PARAGRAPH 12 BELOw. FURTHER, wITH RESPECT TO SUCH PARTS OR
MATERIALS, TITAN DISCLAIMS LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
10. Use and Acceptance of Item.
Buyer warrants, by purchase of an item, that Buyer is familiar with the item and its proper use. Before using any item, Buyer shall
give the item reasonable and prudent examination and/or tests to determine the suitability of the item for Buyers intended use. Buyer
shall be deemed to have accepted any item by the Buyers use of the item, or in any event, no later than thirty (30) days after the first
to occur of the date of shipment or delivery unless, before that time, titan received written notice of any defect or nonconformity from
Buyer.
11. Assistance to Customer.
at Buyers request, titan may make titan employees available to Buyer to train Buyer to operate items supplied by titan or to perform
other actions as agreed between Buyer and titan. if titan does make titan employees available to Buyer, it is only on the conditions
that the employees shall be under the direction and control of Buyer, Buyer shall supply all necessary equipment and supplies for the
proper performance of the services performed by the employees, and titan shall have no liability whatever to Buyer for the employees
during the time that the employees are under Buyers direction and control. in addition, Buyer agrees that it will be responsible to
titan for any acts or occurrences or omissions of the employees, and agrees to the terms and conditions of paragraph 13 below with
respect to the acts of such employees.

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12. Repair of Items.


Repairs to any item supplied by titan and repaired at Buyers request outside the normal working hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm,
(Monday through Friday) shall be charged by titan at double the labor rate otherwise chargeable.
13. Limited warranty and Remedy.
(a) titan is not liable for incidental, consequential, or special damages. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES wILL TITAN BE
LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES wITH RESPECT TO ANY GOODS OR SERvICES
PROvIDED BY TITAN TO BUYER OR ANY THIRD PARTIES.
(b) Buyers remedies are limited to repair and replacement. Buyers remedies for any and all breaches of any nature, including
without limitation breaches of contract and warranty, are limited to the remedies of repair and replacement as specifically stated in this
agreement. the remedies provided herein are the exclusive remedies of Buyer for failure of titan to meet its warranty obligations,
whether claims of Buyer are based on contract, in tort or otherwise, and upon expiration of the applicable warranty period, all
obligations of titan for breach of warranty will terminate.
(c) Disclaimer of warranties not expressly stated. THE wARRANTIES SET FORTH HEREIN ARE EXCLUSIvE AND ARE IN LIEU
OF ALL OTHER wARRANTIES wHETHER STATUTORY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. TITAN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL
wARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND wARRANTIES ARISING FROM
COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE.
(d) limited warranty. titan warrants each item sold by it to Buyer (excluding any part or parts which are components to the item and
are subject to Paragraph 8 above concerning parts supplied by others) to be free from defects in materials and workmanship if, and
only if, all of the following conditions are met:
(1) the item claimed to be defective has been exposed only to normal storage, use, and service, has been reasonably maintained,
has not been subjected to misuse, negligent use, or accident which caused the item to suffer a defect, and has not been repaired or
altered except by an authorized representative of titan;
(2) the item claimed to be defective has been returned at Buyers expense, using a Return Material authorization (RMa) and the
return procedures of 8 (changes, cancellations and Returns), to titans plant at Pampa, texas (or to such other location as titan
may designate), within ten (10) days after Buyer first discovers the alleged defect;
(3) the alleged defect in the item is actually caused by a defect in materials or workmanship originally supplied by titan as opposed
to materials or workmanship originally supplied by others; and
(4) the item is not one that is expendable in normal use and which has been expended in normal use.
(5) this warranty shall be in effect until 6 months after receipt by Buyer, except: a) Subsurface electronic equipment is warranted only
until 90 days after date of sale to purchaser. b) Scintillation detectors are warranted only to be in working condition upon delivery to
purchaser, and c) no subsurface electronic equipment is warranted against damage occurring when used in a down-hole drilling
environment such as MWD or lWD operations.
(6) no subsurface electronic equipment will be warranted that has been modified or repaired by someone other than titans approved
representative. equipment that has had its serial number or temperature indicator altered, defaced or removed will not be warranted.
(e) limited remedies available under warranty. titans liability under the limited warranty described above shall be limited to the repair
or replacement of the items sold hereunder. titan will repair or replace the item at no cost to Buyer, but the decision as to whether to
repair or replace will be solely that of titans. in addition, Buyer shall pay or reimburse titan for the cost for wear and tear to each item
arising from normal use and service, or at titans option, Buyer shall refund an equitable proportion of the purchase price. Repairs or
replacement items are only warranted for the remaining un-expired portion of the warranty period.
(f) notice of claims required. all claims under the warranty set out in this agreement must be made promptly after the alleged defect
occurs and must be received by titan within the warranty period. the claim must include the items description, part number, serial
number (if any), date of shipment or delivery and a full description of the circumstances giving rise to the claim. any item returned
under claim of defect shall be sent prepaid by appropriate transportation. Buyer is responsible for all damage or loss resulting from
improper packing or handling, and for any loss or damage occurring during the transmission of the item to titan. if any item is
returned and is found not to be defective, titan will notify Buyer and, at Buyers option, will return the item to Buyer at Buyers
expense. Further, in this event, Buyer will reimburse titan for all costs incurred in testing and examining the item.
14. Miscellaneous.
(a) all of these General terms and conditions including Buyers agreements to hold titan harmless and indemnify titan shall also
apply in favor of all employees, agents, affiliates, and subsidiaries of titan.
(b) Order confirmation by titan of any item to be supplied by titan shall constitute titans offer to sell the item in accordance with the
terms, provisions and conditions of this agreement. Buyers acceptance of titans offer shall be limited to the terms, provisions and
conditions of this agreement. any proposed acceptance by Buyer under terms, provisions or conditions that vary from, conflict with,
or modify the terms, provisions and conditions of this agreement shall not be effective. neither titans commencement of
performance under this agreement nor delivery of any item shall be construed as or deemed to be acceptance by titan of any term,
provision or condition that varies from, conflicts with, or modifies the terms, provisions and conditions contained in this agreement.
(c) this agreement constitutes the entire understanding and agreement of titan and Buyer with respect to the sale of the item or
items described in this agreement, and contains all of the covenants and agreements of titan and Buyer with respect thereto.
acceptance of the item by Buyer will evidence Buyers acknowledgement that no representations, inducements, promises or
agreements, oral or written, have been made by titan or anyone acting on behalf of titan, which are not contained herein, and any
prior agreements, promises, negotiations, or representations not expressly set forth in this agreement are of no force or effect. this
agreement may not be altered, changed or amended except by an instrument in writing signed by titan and Buyer.

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(d) Failure by titan to enforce any or all of these General terms and conditions in any case or cases shall not constitute a waiver of
or preclude subsequent enforcement of any or all of such General terms and conditions.
(e) any attempted or purported assignment or transfer of any of the rights, duties or obligations herein contained shall render such
attempted or purported assignment or transfer null and void, provided that titan may perform and fulfill all or any of its obligations
hereunder by or through any subsidiary and affiliate. if any provision of these terms and conditions is capable of more than one
construction, the provision shall be interpreted in the manner which will render it valid. if any provision is determined to be void, the
determination shall not affect any other provision and all other provisions not construed to be void shall remain in full force and effect.
15. Arbitration.
anY cOntROVeRSY OR claiM aRiSinG OUt OF OR RelatinG tO thiS aGReeMent OR With ReGaRD tO itS
inteRPRetatiOn OR BReach, Shall Be SettleD BY BinDinG aRBitRatiOn in accORDance With the
cOMMeRcial aRBitRatiOn RUleS OF the aMeRican aRBitRatiOn aSSOciatiOn. Unless otherwise required by
applicable law, the parties hereto agree to arbitrate their differences in amarillo, texas. the parties further agree that all claims of
any type by either party, including defenses and counterclaims, shall be included in the arbitration. either party may send written
notice to (a) the other party, and (b) any Regional Office of the american arbitration association invoking the binding arbitration
provisions of this paragraph. the parties further consent to the jurisdiction of one of the state district courts sitting in Gray county,
texas, or the United States District court for the northern District of texas, amarillo Division, to enforce the provisions of this
paragraph and/or to confirm any award rendered by the arbitrator.
16. Limited Statute of Limitations.
AS PERMITTED BY Tex. Bus. & Com. Code Ann. 2.725, THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR ANY BREACHES OF
CONTRACT AND wARRANTY IS AGREED TO BE ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE THE CAUSE OF ACTION ACCRUES.
17. Choice of Law.
ANY AGREEMENT OR TRANSACTION TO wHICH THESE GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY SHALL BE DEEMED
TO HAvE BEEN MADE IN THE STATE OF TEXAS. ANY CONTROvERSY OR CLAIM ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THIS
AGREEMENT OR wITH REGARD TO ITS INTERPRETATION OR BREACH SHALL BE GOvERNED BY AND CONSTRUED,
INTERPRETED, AND ENFORCED IN ACCORDANCE wITH THE LAwS OF THE STATE OF TEXAS, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED, TO TEXAS SUBSTANTIvE AND PROCEDURAL LAw AND THE TEXAS vERSION OF THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL
CODE. NO DOCTRINE OF CHOICE OF LAw SHALL BE USED TO APPLY THE LAwS OF ANY OTHER STATE, NATION, OR
JURISDICTION.
18. Use Agreement.
Use of the items supplied or sold by titan to Buyer shall constitute agreement of Buyer to these General terms and conditions.

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GENERALcOMMentS
COMMENTSOn
ONGaMMa
GAMMARaY
RAYlOGGinG
LOGGING
GeneRal
the gamma ray log measures the natural gamma radiation produced by the disintegration, or decay,
of radioactive nuclei in the formation. Since these nuclei tend to be more abundant in certain types of
formations, the gamma ray log is basically a lithology log. the gamma ray log is used primarily as a
shale log in the petroleum industry, since shale are generally the most radioactive sediments
encountered in these wells. this log is used, in the mining and mineral industry, to locate and
evaluate deposits of radioactive minerals such as potash or uranium ore.
the gamma ray log is one of the most, if not the most, commonly used well logs. Part of this wide
usage is due to the versatility of the log, which can be used in both cased and open holes with any
type of borehole fluid. the utility of this log is also enhanced by the fact that it can be combined with
many other logging services, and thus can be run with little additional cost either in money or rig time.
Gamma ray logs are usually calibrated in aPi units. an aPi Gamma ray unit is defined as 1/200 of
the difference in log deflection between zones of low and high radiation in the gamma ray calibration
pit of the University of houston. this pit has three zones of artificially manufactured homogeneous
radioactivity that correspond to the range of natural radioactivity. the center zone contains a
radioactive concrete whose radiation is equal to approximately twice that of average shale in the Midcontinent region. the level of radioactivity was achieved in the center zone by incorporating in it 13
ppm uranium, 24 ppm thorium, and 40,000 ppm potassium.

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BRieF DeScRiPtiOn OF tOOl


BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF TOOL
this rugged Gamma Ray ccl tool is used with wire line perforating guns when very accurate depth
control is required. the Gamma/ccl tool is physically attached to the top of a perforating gun after
taking the measurement of distance from the ccl to the Gamma Ray measure point and the distance
to the top shot in the gun. the assembly is then run into the well. after proper depth has been
verified, the Gamma/Gun assembly is positioned opposite the zone to be perforated, and the gun may
be fired with the Gamma Ray tool still on the line. Safety is achieved by normally powering the tool on
a positive D.c. current and then switching to a negative D.c. current to fire the gun. a special safety
firing circuit prevents the gun from being fired with the Positive polarity current. Different models of
the tool may feature either a Scintillation detector or a Geiger Mueller detector with a special shock
mounting designed to withstand the blast and shock of the perforator.
the temperature rating of titan Gamma Ray tools can be up to 500 F (260 c) for the Scintillation
Gamma Ray and up to 400F (204 c) for the Geiger Gamma Ray. the temperature rating for the
tool covered in this Manual is located on the Specification Sheet.

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eXPlOSiVeS FielD SaFetY PROceDUReS


EXPLOSIVES FIELD SAFETY PROCEDURES

A. GENERAL
1. Suspend perforating operations and isolate loaded guns when confronted with electrical storms, dust
storms, or thunder storms at the job site.
2. continuity checks are to be performed only with a blasting galvanometer or an approved digital
blaster multimeter.
B. ARRIvAL ON LOCATION
1. hold spot safety meeting.
2. check for hazards and correct.
3. no smoking except in permissible areas.
4. check rig for stray voltage. eliminate if present.
5. install safety grounding cables. Do not proceed if voltage is in excess of .25 volts.
C. BEFORE ARMING GUN
1. Put patch cord in safe position.
2. Shut off ac generator. Do not restart until gun is 200 ft. (60 meters) into well.
3. turn off all power switches and leave off until gun is 200 ft. (60 meters) into well.
4. turn off all radio transmitters.
5. Put blasting caps in use, no radio transmissions signs out along all access roads.
6. clear line of fire of all personnel, and clear area of all unnecessary personnel.
D. PERFORATING GAMMA RAY TOOLS
Users of Titan perforating gamma ray tools must be aware of the following conditions:
1. Perforating gamma ray tools use an electrical energy storing device. When attached to a wire line
cable the energy storage capability is increased. two 1000 volt diodes and a 120 ohm. resistor are in
series with the bottom of the tool to prevent positive current from firing the gun. however, any
electrical device is subject to failure. tool power is not to be applied until the instrument is at least
200 ft. (60 meters) into the hole. turn off power and place system in the safe position when the gun
reaches 200 ft. (60 meters) from the surface as it is being withdrawn from the well.
2. Use resistor type caps.
3. the tool is designed to run on positive current. When a negative current is applied, with respect to
the cable armor, detonation of the blasting cap will occur.
Maintenance requirements for shooting and perforating tools are generally higher and must have
trained personnel to ensure the safe use of these instruments.

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TOOL SPECIFICATIONS

Part Number................................................................8100-16877SF070-06-0C-A; 8100-168B7SF070-06-0C-A


Description.......................... HIGH-TEMP PERFORATING SCINTILLATION GR/CCL/SHOCK 1-11/16 O.D. SS
Dimensions and Ratings:
Temperature Rating
8100-16877SF070-06-0C-A..................................................................................................... 400 F (204.44 C)
8100-168B7SF070-06-0C-A.......................................................................................................... 500 F (260 C)
Maximum Pressure Rating.................................................................................................. 18,000 PSI (124 MPa)
Tool Diameter............................................................................................................................ 1 11/16 (4.29 cm)
Minimum Hole Diameter................................................................................................................ 1 3/4 (4.44 cm)
Tool Length............................................................................................................................. 102.75 (260.98 cm)
Weight.........................................................................................................................................43 lbs. (19.50 kg)
Recommended Logging Speed............................................................................................. 30-40 Ft (9.1 M)/ Min
Maximum Logging Speed......................................................................................................... 60 Ft (18.3 M)/ Min
Curves Recorded...................................................................................................................... Gamma Ray/ CCL
Operating Voltage.....................................................................................................................................
120 VDC
50 VDC
Operating Current.........................................................................................................................................
60 mA
50-60 mA
Sensitivity..................................................................................................................... .8 Count per API division
Detector Type...................................................................................................................... 0.70 X 6 Scintillation
Firing Capability........................................................................................................Gun fires on negative voltage
Measure Point:
Shock Sub Bottom to GR Detector Center............................................................................... 65.27 (165.78 cm)
Shock Sub Bottom to CCL Coil Center.................................................................................... 89.30 (226.82 cm)
GR Detector Center to CCL Coil Center.................................................................................... 24.03 (61.04 cm)
Gamma Ray Pulse Output.................................................................................................Negative 45 microsecond width

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TOOL SPACING

02Ka16ah.DWG

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COMPLETE TOOL ASSEMBLY (400 F)

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COMPLETE TOOL ASSEMBLY (500 F)

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GAMMA RAY & CCL TOOL ASSEMBLY

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TOP SUB ASSEMBLY

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GeneRal nOteS
1. enSURe that all cOMPOnent BODieS aRe FlUSh tO Pc BOaRD.
2. Place theRMal cOte On BOth SiDeS OF iRF423 inSUlatOR.
3. WRaP 6.8uf caP in 3/4" KaPtOn. cUt enDS tO 1/16".
4. USe hMP SOlDeR OnlY.
5. enSURe that all cOMPOnent leaDS aRe aS lOW aS POSSiBle On teRMinalS.
6. inSUlate all leaDS.

ScheMatic #30hS21a0 ReQ.


OPeRatinG VOltaGe chaRt

CCL PC BOARD ASSEMBLY

Revision Date: 05/18/06

*R1 anD R3 (Sit) aRe inclUDeD in


the FOllOWinG aSSeMBlieS:

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*

CCL SCHEMATIC

Revision Date: 05/18/06

OPeRatinG VDc

* cOMPOnent ReFeRence
R3
.
R1
Sit
5K
70-120
.
50-65
.
Sit
2K
.
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.

Sit: R3
aDJ FOR 21 OPeRatinG VOltaGe @ DRain tO GnD

Pc BOaRD # 8130-212-036
Pc aSSeMBlY # 8130-212B2M

SPECIALTIES, LTD.
Pampa, Texas

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TANDEM SUB ASSEMBLY

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CHASSIS ASSEMBLY

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SCINTILLATION GAMMA RAY PC BOARD ASSEMBLY

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to BlK wire & Shield


PMt

PERFORATING SCINTILLATION GR SCHEMATIC

to Yel wire
PMt

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to ReD wire
PMt

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OPeRatinG VDc

120
100
85
65
50

R30
2K
1.5K
1.3K
750
470

R1
5K
5K
5K
2K
2K

.
.
.
.
.
.

Sit: R3
aDJ FOR 21 OPeRatinG VOltaGe @ DRain tO GnD
nOte:
nOn-StanDaRD 'POSitiVe' cOnFiGURatiOnS
Will ReQUiRe a 2.2uF acROSS D10.

GR SCHEMATIC

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cOMPOnent ReFeRence *

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BOTTOM SUB ASSEMBLY

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SHOCK SUB ASSEMBLY (SPARE PARTS)

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BILL OF MATERIAL
8100-16877SF070-06-0C-A
8100-168B7SF070-06-0C-A
LEVEL PART NUMBER
1
3100-168-S200
2
0111-013-V95
2
0111-118-V95
2
0111-211-V95
2
0111-219-V95
2
0257-000-036
2
0263-000-143
2
3100-000-150
2
3100-168-017A
2
3100-168-025
2
3100-168-026
2
3100-168-040
3
3100-168-119
3
E2100-16-B-01380-61
2
3100-168-106
2
3100-168-110
2
3100-168-121
2
3100-168-122
2
3100-168-123
2
3100-168-124
2
3100-168-S102
2
3100-168-S103
2
3100-168-S104
2
3100-168-S105
2
3100-168-S108
2
3100-168-S201
2
3903-000-009
2
3903-000-010
2
3903-000-011
2
3903-000-012
2
3924-120-FBE
2
3924-130-FPE
2
E2100-16-B-01894-00
2
SHCS-0025-28-0025SS
1
8100-16877SF070-06-06-A
2
0111-122-V95
2
3924-120-FBE
2
8100-000-036
2
8100-168-030
2
8100-168-601-2
2
8100-168-653
3
0111-215-V95
3
3903-CHT-007
3
8100-000-017
3
8100-168-654
3
8100-168-655
3
8400-168-056
2
8100-168-683
2
8100-168-B110
3
0111-010-V95
3
0111-014-V95

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DESCRIPTION
1 11/16" SHOCK ABSORBER ASSY. 17-4
1/16 X 7/16 X 9/16 O-RING VITON-95
3/32 X 7/8 X 1 1/16 O-RING VITON-95
1/8 X 13/16 X 1 1/16 O-RG VITON-95
1/8 X 1 5/16 X 1 9/16 O-RG VITON-95
TERMINAL SCREW 18-8 SS
GROUND SPRING
SUPPORT RING
UPPER SHOCK CUSHION - AFLAS
BACK-UP RING; UPPER SHOCK CUSHION
1 11/16 DISC SPRING - STAINLESS
CABLE & BOOT ASSEMBLY; SHOCK ABS
BOOT RETAINER - K-16 BMAL
K-16-SFT BOOT W/CONTACT; KN-130
ALIGNMENT SCREW, 1 11/16" SHOCK
INSTALLATION KIT
CONTACT ADAPTER
CONTACT INSULATOR
CONTACT SOCKET ASSEMBLY
CONTACT RECEPTACLE
MANDREL BODY, 1 11/16 SHOCK 17-4
HOUSING, 1 11/16 SHOCK 17-4 SS
BOTTOM ADAPTER BODY; GO BOX 17-4
INNER TUBE, 1 11/16 SHOCK STAINLESS
UPPER HOUSING SUB 17-4 SS
TOP ADAPTER BODY; GO PIN 17-4 SS
CONTACT SPRING
CONTACT PLUNGER 303/304 SS
PLUNGER INSULATOR
SNAP RING
PROTECTOR; FOR BOX END (PLASTIC)
PROTECTOR; FOR PIN END (PLASTIC)
K-16 BMAL GLASS/POLYETHER FEED THRU
SKT HD CAP SCRW; 1/4-28 X 1/4 316SS
HT GR/CCL, 1 11/16,400PERF, SCINT
3/32 X 1 1/8 X 1 5/16 O-RG VITON-95
PROTECTOR; FOR BOX END (PLASTIC)
WAVE SPRING
SHOCK ABSORBER ASSY; 1 11/16 GAMMA
HOUSING; 1 11/16 GAMMA RAY, 17-4 SS
ASSEMBLY, UPPER CHASSIS CONTACT SUB
1/8 X 1 1/16 X 1 5/16 O-RG VITON-95
INSULATING WASHER; 5/8" OD VESPEL
CONTACT SOCKET W/SOLDER POST
UPPER CONTACT HEADER BODY
SPACER SPRING CAP
WAVE SPRING
HEADER; VACUUM FLASK
TANDEM ADAPTER ASSEMBLY; HT
1/16 X 1/4 X 3/8 O-RING VITON-95
1/16 X 1/2 X 5/8 O-RING VITON-95

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0111-122-V95
0111-125-V95
0111-219-V95
3903-000-008
3903-000-009
3903-000-010
3903-000-011
3903-000-012
3903-000-107
3903-CHT-007
8100-000-027
8100-168-111
8100-312-013
8100-CHT-025
8100-168-B120
0111-012-V95
0111-211-V95
0111-219-V95
3903-CHT-007
8100-000-014
8100-000-015
8100-000-033
8100-168-121
E2100-16-B-01529-21
8100-168B1SF070-06
0111-311-V75
8100-168-078
8100-168-660
0111-216-V95
8100-168-665
8100-168-675
0111-013-V75
0111-118-V95
0256-000-009
8100-168-675-5
8300-337-057
E2100-571-4185-01-05-19
E4800-1N4960
E4800-CMPD400
8100-168-680
8100-168-684
8100-168-685
8100-168-689
8100-168B1SH
0111-118-V95
8100-168-650
8100-16891S
8100-PCB2-1689-1
E1100-5002
E1500-135D336X0075F2
E1500-135D365X0125C2
E1500-30HV11N101K

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3/32 X 1 1/8 X 1 5/16 O-RG VITON-95


3/32 X 1 5/16 X 1 1/2 O-RG VITON-95
1/8 X 1 5/16 X 1 9/16 O-RG VITON-95
CONTACT NUT 303/304 SS
CONTACT SPRING
CONTACT PLUNGER 303/304 SS
PLUNGER INSULATOR
SNAP RING
BANANA PLUG; SPINNING TYPE, 10-32
INSULATING WASHER; 5/8" OD VESPEL
SEAL CONTACT RECEPTACLE (STAINLESS)
TANDEM ADAPTER BODY
CONTACT ROD, INSULATED, 2" LONG
SEAL CONTACT RECEPT. INSUL. VESPEL
BOTTOM SUB ASSEMBLY; BOX HT
1/16 X 3/8 X 1/2 O-RING VITON-95
1/8 X 13/16 X 1 1/16 O-RG VITON-95
1/8 X 1 5/16 X 1 9/16 O-RG VITON-95
INSULATING WASHER; 5/8" OD VESPEL
SEAL CONTACT SOCKET, STAINLESS
SEAL CONTACT SOCKET INSULATOR
CONTACT PIN; BOOT & CONTACT TYPE
BOTTOM SUB BODY; "GO" BOX SS
K-25 SF BOOT W/CONTACT; KN34
**INTERNAL GR ASSY 500F PERF.
9/16 X 15/16 X 3/16 O-RG VIT0N-75
COMPRESSION SPRING
CHASSIS ASY; HT PERF/SCINT GR
1/8 X 1 1/8 X 1 3/8 O-RING VITON-95
COMPONENT CHASSIS; HT PERF/SCINT GR
HEAT INSULATOR ASSY.
.070 X .426 X .566 O-RING VITON-75
3/32 X 7/8 X 1 1/16 O-RING VITON-95
SNAP RING
HEAT INSULATOR BODY
END PLUG; HEAT INSULATOR - 3/8 OHGR
TERMINAL, TEFLON PRESS IN
ZENER, 12V 5W GLASS OR CERAMIC
DIODE, TEMP COMP, .008V/DEG C
VACUUM FLASK; HI-TEMP PERF/SCINT.
PM TUBE ASSY. HOUSING
SHOCK SLEEVE
SPACER BLOCK
CHASSIS/PC ASSY 500F PERF.
3/32 X 7/8 X 1 1/16 O-RING VITON-95
PC CHASSIS; HI TEMP PERF/SCINT GR
PC BOARD ASSY; SCINT H.T. (PERF)
PC BOARD; 1 11/16" HT SCINT, LONG
LINE DRIVER
CAPACITOR, 33 UF @ 75V, 200C
CAPACITOR, 3.6 UF @ 125V, 200C
CAPACITOR, HIGH VOLTAGE, 200C

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E1500-30HV13B103K
E1500-CD10CD050D03
E1500-CK05BX101K
E1500-CK05BX103K
E1500-CK05BX104K
E1500-CK06BX105K
E1800-IMS-5-10000
E3130-AMP/DISC
E3130-SI9110DJ
E4700-CMF55C1004
E4700-CMF55C1624
E4700-RLR05C4R99F
E4700-RN55C1000
E4700-RN55C1003
E4700-RN55C10R0
E4700-RN55C2213
E4700-RN55C4991
E4700-RNX-3/4-500M F K
E4800-1N6154A
E4800-BY614
E4802-VN2460N3
E5600-22HV
E2100-1125-21-0519
E4700-RS-5-50K
E4800-1N5627
E4800-JANTX1N5622
E4800-JANTX1N5622-T
81PM-R3991-27
0111-013-V75
E2920-.70X6.0-7L
E2920-BC-637-A .89 X .079
8130-168-001
8130-168-B10
0111-012-V95
0111-122-V95
0111-125-V95
0111-211-V95
0255-000-004
3903-000-006
3903-CHT-007
8100-000-014
8100-000-015
8130-168-011
8130-168-B30-120V
8130-168-B30
0255-000-004
0264-000-035
0264-000-040
0263-000-143
3903-000-107
3903-CHT-007
8100-000-023

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CAPACITOR, HIGH VOLTAGE, 200C


CAPACITOR, 5PF-MAX
CAPACITOR, 100PF 200V
CAPACITOR, .01UF 100V
CAPACITOR, .1UF 50V
CAPACITOR, 1UF 50V
COIL/CHOKE, 10000 MICRO HENRY
HYBRID CIRCUIT, PULSE AMP/DISCRIM
IC, SWITCHMODE CONTROLLER
RESISTOR, 1M
RESISTOR
RESISTOR, 4.99 OHMS
RESISTOR, 100 OHMS
RESISTOR, 100K
RESISTOR, 10 OHM
RESISTOR
RESISTOR, 4.99K
RESISTOR, 500M, 3KV
TRANSIT PROTECTOR, 25V, CERAMIC
DIODE, HV, 2200V
MOS-FET, 600V, LOW INPUT CAP
TRANSFORMER, HV, SURFACE MOUNT
TERMINAL, 4-40 THD STUD MOUNT
RESISTOR, 5W, 50K
DIODE (CCL COMPONENT)GLASS/CERAMIC
DIODE
DIODE; TEMPERATURE CALIBRATED
PM TUBE ASSEMBLY; 350F
.070 X .426 X .566 O-RING VITON-75
NAI CRYSTAL,400F,PHYSICAL DIA .875
OPTICAL PAD
HOUSING; 1 11/16" LOGGING CCL
TOP SUB ASSEMBLY; HT 17-4 SS
1/16 X 3/8 X 1/2 O-RING VITON-95
3/32 X 1 1/8 X 1 5/16 O-RG VITON-95
3/32 X 1 5/16 X 1 1/2 O-RG VITON-95
1/8 X 13/16 X 1 1/16 O-RG VITON-95
CONTACT SOCKET (10-32 THD.) 303 SS
CONTACT ROD; INSULATED, 1 7/8" LG
INSULATING WASHER; 5/8" OD VESPEL
SEAL CONTACT SOCKET, STAINLESS
SEAL CONTACT SOCKET INSULATOR
TOP SUB BODY - 17-4 SS
1 11/16 COIL AND MAGNET 500F ASY
**1 11/16 COIL & MAGNET 500F STOCK
CONTACT SOCKET (10-32 THD.) 303 SS
MAGNET
COIL ASSEMBLY; 1 11/16" CCL
GROUND SPRING
BANANA PLUG; SPINNING TYPE, 10-32
INSULATING WASHER; 5/8" OD VESPEL
CONTACT ROD W/SOLDER POST 303/304SS

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8100-000-058
8100-168-056
8130-168-003
8130-168-033
8130-168-034
8130-168-048
8130-168-049A
8130-168-049B
8130-168-130
8130-212B2M-120V
8130-212B2M
8130-212-035
8130-212-036
E1500-123-17688
E2100-571-4029-01-05-19
E2100-571-4185-01-05-19
E2500-188923F00000
E4700-CMF55C2004
E4800-1N4958
E4800-1N5062
E4800-NTE5079A
E4802-IRF423
E4700-RS-2B-5K
E2900-CS-199/254
E2900-CS-D
E4700-RH-10-2K

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SPACER; FOR TRANSFORMER


SPACER SPRING
CONTACT ROD
CHASSIS END FIT., LOWER -PC BRD CCL
CHASSIS END FIT.,UPPER - PC BRD CCL
LOWER SHOCK MOUNT
SHOCK CUSHION, 1.00 X .62 X .12
SHOCK CUSHION, 1.31 X 1.00 X .12
CHASSIS 1 11/16" CCL
PC BOARD ASSY; 500F LOGGING CCL
**PC BOARD ASSY STOCK; 500F CCL
INSULATOR
PC BOARD; HI-TEMP CCL/PERF/SCINT
6.8UF @ 40V, SOLID ALUM, 200C
TEFLON PRESSIN TERMINAL, SINGLE
TERMINAL, TEFLON PRESS IN
INSULATOR, T-03, THERMALLY COND
RESISTOR, 2M
ZENER, 10V 5W GLASS OR CERAMIC
DIODE; GAMMA TOOL GLASS OR CERAMIC
ZENER, 20V
MOSFET TRANSISTOR
RESISTOR, 3W, 5K OHM
THERMAL INDICATOR (390TO 490F)
THERMAL INDICATOR (300TO 400F)
RESISTOR, 2K 10W 1%

Revision Date: 05/18/06

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