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A mud balance, also known as a mud scale is a device used to measure the density (weight) of drilling fluid, cement or any type of liquid or slurry.
The four-scale mud balance is an accurate, self-contained measuring device used to determine the density of drilling fluids and cement slurries.
It consists of a graduated beam with a bubble level and a weight slider along its length and a cup with a lid on one end. The cup is used to hold a fixed amount of fluid so it can be weighed. A slider-weight can be moved along the beam, and a bubble indicates when the beam is level. Density is read at the point where the slider-weight sits on the beam at level.
Calibration is done using a liquid of known density (often water) by adjusting the counter weight. Typical balances are not pressurized, but a pressurized mud balance operates in the same manner.
There is no reliable visual method of determining the density of drilling mud. A mud balance is the most reliable and simple way of making the determination.
Metal Mud Balance 4 Scale
The 4-scale Metal Mud Balance features a Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) all-machined manufacturing process, instead of the old die-cast molded method which has been used for years. This uniform method of construction results in a much stronger, more rugged instrument that sets the industry standard for accuracy, and is easier to calibrate. The zinc-aluminum alloy anodized beam is corrosion resistant and the laser-etched finish is easily cleaned and promotes clear, accurate readings. This truly represents the "next generation" of mud balance design and will result in many years of useful service.
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