INOVA’s latest generation vibroseis source vehicle, the AHV-V TITAN, has raised the bar for broadband source performance. Designed to significantly increase low frequency force output while maintaining a broad frequency band performance, TITAN utilizes an increased stroke length and a re-designed hydraulic system to provide almost a doubling of force at low frequencies, compared to conventional vibroseis.
The hydraulic system has a faster response and a very stable supply pressure to minimize cavitation to ensure high force at low frequencies and greater stability at high frequencies. Major improvements in the baseplate and airbag design also result in better coupling, reduced harmonic distortion and a more accurate and repeatable source signature
INOVA is proud to be the leading provider of vibroseis technology with a strong history of robust, reliable vehicles.
Properly charged accumulators dampen mechanical noise at the actuator so accelerometer measurements of ground force are more accurate.
TITAN can be customized in a variety of ways to provide the ultimate operating experience
Ensuring P-wave propagation and high-force energy penetration in a variety of terrains is our first priority when implementing new vib technology or design changes to our vibrators. Vibrator mechanics, maintenance and sweep design can negatively impact seismic imaging if the vehicles are not operated properly during acquisition.
If your imaging goal is waveform inversion model building (Baeten, 2013) or structural analysis that requires wavelet sharpness (Denis, 2013), the TITAN is the best broadband vibrator for the survey. Most conventional vibrators can’t deliver enough energy at the lower frequency range, however the TITAN has a stiffer baseplate and a hydraulic flow system that reduces harmonic distortion and improves signal penetration, producing double the force output at low frequencies.
Anyone who’s spent time maintaining a vib fleet knows how mechanical failures and downtime can delay a seismic acquisition program - delays that are costly to both the geophysical contractor and the E&P operator. The ability to easily diagnose and fix problems in the field is essential, but more importantly, reliability and uptime are the primary reasons why that INOVA vibrators are #1 in the industry.
With more than 1800 AHV-IV in operation around the world and a rich history that dates back to 1970 with the introduction of the very first AHV vibrator (under Litton Resources Services aka LRS), the AHV product line is still known for its dependability and durability today. TITAN continues this reputation and reliability into the next generation of Vibroseis technology.
All INOVA systems contain a robust software called iX1 that consolidates source control and spread management into one simplified view for the Party Chief. Managing and visualizing source operations on a single system ensures higher quality imaging through better QC so you never miss a sweep.Learn More
A built-in system that auto-lubricates contact points which reduces wear and tear on high friction parts such as pins and guide columns.
Within the AHV-IV there are four accumulators that require nitrogen charging. This kit simplifies the process and helps a vib tech manage the appropriate levels of pressure to charge the nitrogen to help reduce noise and provide a more accurate measure of force.
In high-productivity 24/7 operations, it can be difficult to schedule routine oil changes without breaking stride. We’ve created a hydraulic oil filtration kit that helps remove contaminants and prolongs the life of the oil.
For operations in Arctic climates where freezing temperatures make vibrator maintenance nearly impossible, we’ve created a fully enclosed environment complete with cameras and a lighting system to provide shelter for the technician and to keep the vib components protected.
Due to their size, rear visibility and emergency braking in a vib can be incredibly difficult leading to costly errors. Additional features such as backup cameras or an external emergency stop control can be installed to help prevent HSE-related incidents.
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