MOUNTING KIT FOR ROPE ROPE AND ROPE HEADS, INCLUDING THEM (2023)

The described embodiments refer generally to a cable closure assembly for wire rope forming heads, steel cord forming heads including the cable closure assembly and methods for assembling the same.

Wireline is used to lower wireline logging heads into wells and an electrical connection is used to connect one or more wireline logging tools on the wireline logging head to electrical equipment on the surface. Such a cable can be passed through a sheave or pulley on the upper level of a drilling rig and wound onto a reel on the unit area of ​​the cable. From the reel, the cabling can connect the wireline shaping head to other surface equipment.

A wire rope assembly is a unit that can mechanically connect the wire rope forming head to the wire rope and also electrically connect one or more wire rope forming tools to the wire rope. Making the electrical connections from the wireline to the wireline forming tool is time consuming, and the electrical connections are prone to failure when well fluid flows into the electrical bulkhead that houses the electrical connections.

A cable closure assembly, wire rope forming heads incorporating the cable closure assembly, and methods of assembling the same are provided. In some examples, the cable outlet assembly may include a housing that may include a body with a hole formed therethrough and an end cap attached to a first end of the body. A retainer may be located at least partially within the hole near a second end of the body. The bracket can fix a steel cable on it. The metallic cable can comprise several individual wires. A cable gland may be placed within the hole and may have a first end and a second end. The first end of the cord socket may be next to the support. The cable plug can accommodate a large number of individual cables. A separator can be arranged at least partially within the plug of the cable and separate the plurality of individual wires. A seal may be arranged at least partially within the plug of the cable. A compression cap may be attached to the second end of the gland, thus compressing the seal and retaining the spacer at least partially within the gland. A sleeve can be placed inside the hole adjacent to the second end of the gland. A pressure compensating piston may be arranged at least partly around the sleeve. An electrical bulkhead housing may be located within the sleeve. A bundle of conductors may be located within the electrical bulkhead compartment. The conductor bundle may include a plurality of terminals that can receive the plurality of wires and form an electrical connection between them. Each terminal can seal a terminal end of one of the plurality of cables. The end cap may enclose the wiring harness within the electrical bulkhead casing.

In some examples, the wire rope forming head may include the wire rope bushing assembly, a load cell, a bottom casing, and an electronic cartridge. The load cell may have a first end and a second end. The first end of the load cell connects to the housing end cap of the lanyard mount. The lower housing may include a first section releasably coupled to a second section. The first part of the lower case can be attached to the second end of the load cell. The electronics cartridge may be arranged at least partially within the second part of the lower compartment.

In some examples, the wire rope forming head assembly process may include attaching a first end of the load cell to the housing end cap of the wire rope closure assembly. The process may also include mating the first part of the lower case to the second end of the load cell. The process may also include at least partially discarding the electronic cartridge within the second part of the lower compartment.

COWARDLY. 1 shows an exploded view of an example cable gland assembly according to one or more described embodiments.

COWARDLY. 2 shows an exploded cross-sectional side view of an illustrative wire rope forming head in accordance with one or more of the described embodiments.

COWARDLY. 3 is an exploded side view of the device shown in FIG. two.

COWARDLY. Figure 4 is an illustrative side view of the wire rope forming head shown in Figures 2 and 3. FIG. 2 and 3

Particular examples are shown in the figures identified above and described in detail below. In describing these examples, similar or identical reference numerals are used to identify common or similar elements. The figures are not necessarily to scale, and certain features and views of the figures may be exaggerated in scale or outline for purposes of clarity and/or brevity.

COWARDLY. 1 shows an exploded view of an example cable gland mounting100, according to one or more modalities. Cable sleeve installation100may include accommodation110, a headline112, a winch114, a separator118, a seal116, a pressure cap120, A mango124, a pressure compensation piston122, a guide ray128, and an electrical partition casing126🇧🇷 The accommodation110can be a body or contain a body111and an end cap132🇧🇷 The body111accommodation110may have a hole109formed by them and the end cap132can be joined at one end102of the body111🇧🇷 the headline112it can contain a steel cable that can comprise several individual wires. rope sleeve114can receive the wire rope and can separate the plurality of strands by the separator118🇧🇷 Separate cables can be taken out of the cable plug114and in the casing of the electrical partition126🇧🇷 the lighthouse128can be arranged at least partially within the electrical compartment of the partition126🇧🇷 The electric partition box126may be located at least partially within the glove124🇧🇷 the lighthouse128can include multiple devices129capable of receiving the plurality of wires to form an electrical connection between them.

Any terminal in the multitude of terminals129it can seal a terminal end of one of the plurality of cables. For example, each terminal in the plurality of terminals129It can form a liquid-tight seal, a gas-tight seal, or a liquid- and gas-tight seal around the terminal end of each wire. In one example, the seal may prevent a fluid, such as well gas and/or well fluid, from contacting the terminal ends of the cables sealed within the terminals.129🇧🇷 Illustrative well fluids may include water-based well fluids, base fluids (eg, freshwater, seawater, brine, saturated brine, and/or formate brine) used in non-dispersed systems containing natural clay or in dispersed systems containing chemicals containing dispersing agents such as lignosulfonates, lignite additives, tannins and/or caustic soda; polymer-based drilling fluids; oil-based drilling fluids (eg, diesel, mineral oil, and/or olefins and linear paraffins); synthetic-based drilling fluids that may contain linear alpha-olefins (LAO) and isomerized olefins (IO); pneumatic drilling fluids (for example, air or other gases); and underground hydrocarbon liquids, hydrocarbon gases, inorganic compounds and/or organic compounds; and its mix.

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The multitude of end devices129it may be made of or contain one or more electrically insulating or electrically non-conductive materials. Illustrative electrically insulating or electrically non-conductive materials may be or include, but are not limited to, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), perfluoroalkoxyalkanes (PFA), polyether ether ketones (PEEK), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), ceramic clay, china clay, cresyl phthalate, Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), polyethylenes, polypropylenes, copolymers of hexafluoropropylene (HFP) and vinylidene fluoride (VDF), tetrafluoroethylene (TFE), terpolymers of vinylidene fluoride (VDF) and hexafluoropropylene (HFP), ether perfluoromethylvinyl (PMVE), rubber, glass (eg, fused silica, soda glass, and limestone glass), or any combination thereof. In at least one example, the plurality of terminals129they can be made of polyvinyl chloride, vinylidene fluoride copolymers, vinylidene fluoride terpolymers, perfluoromethylvinylether, or any combination thereof.

electrical partition casing126it can have a first end and a second end. The first end and/or second end of the electrical bulkhead casing126may contain one or more ports (two are shown,130mi131🇧🇷 In an example, the first connection130can facilitate the injection of an electrically insulating material, such as a non-conductive fluid, into the electrical shield housing126and the second door131it can facilitate the removal of gas, eg air, during filling. In another example, the second port131can be used to apply a vacuum that can be used to pull electrical insulating material through the first opening130and in the casing of the electrical partition126🇧🇷 There may be a non-conductive fluid inside the electrically protected casing126on the guide beam128🇧🇷 Non-conductive fluid, such as a non-conductive oil, can further insulate or insulate the multiple individual wires within the conductive package.128🇧🇷 For example, non-conductive oil can act as a barrier to well fluids that can flow into the electrical bulkhead casing.126🇧🇷 Where pressure, at least in part, causes well fluids to flow into the electrical bulkhead casing126, pressure compensation piston122may act to reduce motive force and thereby reduce or prevent the introduction of well fluids into the electrical bulkhead casing126🇧🇷 Illustrative electrical insulating materials that can be placed inside the electrical bulkhead cabinet126and in the guiding beam128may be or include, but is not limited to, mineral oil, castor oil, silicone oil, fluorinated hydrocarbons, or any mixture thereof.

the archer112may be at least partially located within the hole109of the body111🇧🇷 For example the retainer112can be inserted into the hole109of the body111and close to a final second104of the body111🇧🇷 the headline112It can be set to secure the steel cable inside. In one example the headline112may be a wedge-shaped retainer that provides a wedge action that can grip one end of a wire rope to secure the wire rope in a stationary position within the wire rope gland assembly100🇧🇷 Other suitable types of supports may include, but are not limited to, ring-type supports, tapered supports, and split supports. Wire rope clamps can be passed through the hole109Cable sleeve installation100🇧🇷 the headline112may be at least partially located within the hole109accommodation110toward or near a second end of the body104.

rope sleeve114may be at least partially located within the hole109accommodation110🇧🇷 The cable plug may have a first end113and a second ending115where the first ends113rope sleeve114can lie next to the retainer112🇧🇷 the rope sleeve114it can be configured to accommodate the plurality of strands of the fixed cable. For example the winch114it may have a hole formed therethrough to provide a passage through which the end of the wire rope passes. rope sleeve114it can have any desired cross-sectional shape. In an example, the chain connector114it may be a cylindrical shaped body through which the hole is formed. rope sleeve114it can include an articulated mandrel that allows the rotation of the steel cable, at least partially arranged therein. rope sleeve114may have a side opening or access door117Allow access to the laid steel cable.

the seal116may be an O-ring or any other molded seal capable of forming a fluid-tight seal on the cable when placed in the gland114🇧🇷 Other sealing mechanisms, such as sealing rings, can also be used. Rubber stamp116may be made of one or more elastomeric materials including, but not limited to, hydrogenated nitrile or HNBR (hydrogenated butadiene acrylonitrile), tetrafluoroethylene, copolymers of hexafluoropropylene (HFP) and vinylidene fluoride (VDF), terpolymers of tetrafluoroethylene (TFE), fluorovinylidene ( VDF) and hexafluoropropylene (HFP), perfluoromethyl vinyl ether (PMVE), perfluoroelastomers, or any combination thereof. Suitable commercially available elastomeric materials may include, but are not limited to, those sold under the trade names VITON®, KALREZ® and CHEMRAZ®.

the separator118may be at least partially located or seated within the cable housing114and can be configured to separate the multiple individual wires of the wire rope. the separator118may have a cross-sectional shape that generally may correspond to an internal cross-sectional shape of the housing of the cable receptacle110🇧🇷 For example when the hole is formed by the cable sock110is circular, the separator118it may have a circular cross-sectional shape. the separator118it may include a plurality of holes arranged therethrough. The number of holes can be at least equal to the number of strands in the plurality of strands that make up the wire rope. The individual strands of wire rope can be separated from each other by passing the individual strands through the holes located through the separator.118.

In one or more examples, the delimiter118it may consist of one or more electrically insulating materials. Illustrative electrical insulating materials may include polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), perfluoroalkoxyalkanes (PFA), polyether ether ketones (PEEK), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), ceramic clay, china clay, cresyl phthalates, bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), polyethylenes, polypropylenes, copolymers of hexafluoropropylene (HFP) and vinylidene fluoride (VDF), terpolymers of tetrafluoroethylene (TFE), vinylidene fluoride (VDF) and hexafluoropropylene (HFP), perfluoromethyl vinyl ether (PMVE) ), rubber B. Glass (eg, fused silica, soda glass, and lime glass), mica, or any combination thereof.

pressure cap120can be attached to the second end115rope sleeve114, compressing the seal116and holding the delimiter118internal hole for rope114🇧🇷 the pressure cap120it may have a passage or hole formed therethrough which may allow the passage of separate wire rope strands. pressure cap120may have a cross-sectional shape that conforms to the cross-sectional shape of the housing of the cable plug110🇧🇷 For example, if the housing of the cable outlet110The pressure cap is circular.120it may have a circular cross-sectional shape. pressure cap120can be attached to the cable sheath114on any desired connection. In one example, the pressure cap120can be threadedly engaged with an internal surface of the gland114.

A branch124may be at least partially located within the body orifice111🇧🇷 In one example, the mango124can be placed inside the body hole111and adjacent to the second end115rope sleeve114🇧🇷 Pressure equalizing piston122can be placed at least partially over the glove124and the electrical partition casing126may be located at least partially within the glove124. A branch124may have a cross-sectional shape corresponding to an internal cross-sectional shape of the housing of the cable plug110🇧🇷 For example, when the hole is formed through the housing of the cable plug110The sleeve is circular.124it may have a circular cross-sectional shape.

As shown in fig.1, pressure compensation piston122it can be an annular piston, which can contain an elastic element. In some examples, the pressure compensating piston122It may include one or more springs operable to apply a biasing force to a piston that can act to resist axial displacement of the annular piston in the event of an increase in downhole fluid pressure. pressure compensating piston122It can be configured to act as a damper pushed by an elastic element or elements such as one or more springs.

In one or more examples, the body111, a Tampa finish132, the Porter112, the winch114, pressure plug120, pressure compensating piston122and electrical bulkhead casings126may be made of or include one or more materials that are resistant to the corrosion of the environment in which the strand cladding assembly is located100may be exposed during use. Illustrative corrosion resistant materials may include, but are not limited to, steel, stainless steel, heat-treated steel, plated steel, iron, nickel, chromium, aluminum, titanium, copper, brass, any alloy thereof, one or more ceramic materials , glass, such as polymeric materials or any combination thereof.

COWARDLY. 2 is an exploded cross-sectional side view of an exemplary wire rope forming head.600and the figure. 3 is an exploded side view of the exemplary wire rope forming head.600in Fig. 2, according to one or more embodiments. The wired profiling head600may include cable sleeve assembly100, a load cell200, a lower accommodation400, and an electronic cartridge500.

load cell200you can have a first order210and a second ending220🇧🇷 In one example, the first ending210load cell200can be attached to end cap132accommodation110Cable sleeve installation100🇧🇷 For example the first ending210load cell200can be screwed into the end cap132accommodation110Cable sleeve installation100. load cell200They can be of different types including hydraulic, pneumatic or extensometers. load cell200downhole well loading data relative to a downhole location. burden200it can detect both shear load and axial load in relation to the borehole.

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Lower case400may include a first portion410attached to a second section420🇧🇷 In one example, the first section410and the second section420They can be detachably attached. In another example, the first section410and the second section420they can be releasably and rotatably coupled to each other. In another example, the first section410and the second section420they can be coupled together and oriented towards each other by means of a threaded ring. the first paragraph410from the lower hut400can be attached to the second end220load cell200🇧🇷 In one example, the first section410from the lower hut400can be attached to the second end220load cell200in a way that would allow the lower case400e to load cell200uncoupled from each other and coupled together again. For example an engine510at least partially located within the bottom case400🇧🇷 The engine510remove the lowercase400load cell200when actuated in a first direction and mateable with the lower casing400for load cell200when operating in a second direction. for example the engine510can move one or more legs to a undocked or undocked position relative to the load cell200when operating in the first direction. When operating in the second direction, the motor510can move one or more doglegs to an attached or docked position with respect to the load cell200.

Cable sleeve installation100, to the load cell200, and the lower case400they can be separated from each other. The electrical connection is formed between the plurality of terminals129of the beacon128and the plurality of wire rope strands can be maintained with each set of wire rope sleeves100, to the load cell200, and the lower case400is separate from the wire trimming head600🇧🇷 For example, the electrical connection formed between the multiple connectors129of the beacon128and the plurality of wire rope strands can be held in the wire rope bushing assembly100is decoupled from the load cell200.

load cell200and/or lower case400may be made of one or more materials that are resistant to corrosion from the environment in which the gland assembly is located100may be exposed during use. For example load cell200and/or lower case400may be made of one or more of the following materials, but is not limited to: steel, stainless steel, heat-treated steel, plated steel, iron, nickel, chromium, aluminum, titanium, copper, brass, any alloy or combination of the themselves, a ceramic material B. a glass material, a polymeric material, or any combination thereof.

the electronic cartridge500may be at least partially located within the second section420from the lower hut400🇧🇷 the electronic cartridge500may include a variety of power supplies and electronics, including one or more resistance temperature detectors (RTDs), one or more downhole modems for a digital telemetry system, and one or more sensor controllers, or any combination of the same. the electronic cartridge500It can perform a variety of power electronics functions, including, but not limited to, supplying power at appropriate levels, receiving and processing sensor output signals, and performing data reduction, or any combination thereof.

COWARDLY. 4 shows an illustrative wire forming head.600containing a fishing module300🇧🇷 For example the fishing module300can be paired with an external service from the first section410from the lower hut400and may be arranged around at least a part of the lanyard bushing assembly100🇧🇷 the fishing module300can be one of many fishing modules300including, but not limited to, a bell shell, a shell with an outer neck, or a shell with an inner neck. the fishing module300may be made of one or more materials that are resistant to corrosion from the environment in which the gland assembly is located100may be exposed during use. For example, it may be made of, among others, one or more of the following: steel, stainless steel, heat-treated steel, plated steel, iron, nickel, chromium, aluminum, titanium, copper, brass, any alloy. or a combination thereof B. a ceramic material, a glass material, a polymeric material, or any combination thereof.

An illustrative process for assembling the wire rope roll forming head600may involve coupling a first end210a load cell200for an end cap132accommodation110Cable sleeve installation100🇧🇷 the lighthouse128can include multiple devices129which can be in contact with the plurality of wires to form an electrical connection between them. each end device129it can seal a terminal end of one of the plurality of cables. The process can also include the coupling of the first part410from the lower hut400for a final second220load cell200🇧🇷 The process can also include the disposition of the electronic cartridge500in the second section420from the lower hut400🇧🇷 In at least one example, the first endpoint210load cell200can be separated from the end cap132accommodation110Cable sleeve installation100and the electrical connection can be maintained in the cable plug assembly100is decoupled from the load cell200.

The embodiments described in this document also refer to one or more of the following paragraphs:

Claims 1. A cable gland assembly for a wire rope forming head, comprising: a casing including a body having a hole formed therethrough and a cap attached to a first end of the body; a bracket disposed at least partially within the hole near a second end of the body, the bracket configured to secure a wire rope therein, the wire rope comprising a plurality of individual strands; a cable sleeve disposed within the hole and having a first end and a second end, the first end of the cable sleeve being adjacent to the support and wherein the cable sleeve is configured to receive the plurality of discrete wires; a separator disposed at least partially within the stuffing box and configured to separate the plurality of individual strands; a seal disposed at least partially within the casing of the cable; a compression cap attached to the second end of the gland, thereby compressing the seal and at least partially retaining the spacer within the gland; a sleeve disposed in the hole adjacent to the second end of the gland, a pressure compensating piston being disposed at least partially around the sleeve and an electrical shield housing disposed within the sleeve; and a wiring harness disposed within the enclosure of the electrical partition, the wiring harness includes a plurality of terminals configured to receive the plurality of cables and form an electrical connection therebetween, each terminal configured to have a terminal end of one of The cable sealing plurality and end cap secures the wiring harness within the electrical bulkhead compartment.

A steel cord forming head comprising: a cord grip assembly comprising: a housing comprising a body having a hole formed therein and an end cap connected to a first end of the body; a bracket disposed at least partially within the hole near a second end of the body, the bracket configured to secure a wire rope therein, the wire rope comprising a plurality of individual strands; a cable sleeve disposed within the hole and having a first end and a second end, the first end of the cable sleeve being adjacent to the support and wherein the cable sleeve is configured to receive the plurality of discrete wires; a separator disposed at least partially within the stuffing box and configured to separate the plurality of individual strands; a seal disposed at least partially within the casing of the cable; a compression cap attached to the second end of the gland, thereby compressing the seal and at least partially retaining the spacer within the gland; a sleeve disposed in the hole adjacent to the second end of the gland, a pressure compensating piston being disposed at least partially around the sleeve and an electrical shield housing disposed within the sleeve; and a conductive bundle disposed within the electrical bulkhead casing, the conductive bundle includes a plurality of terminals configured to receive the plurality of cables to form an electrical connection therebetween, and wherein each terminal in the plurality of terminals comprises a gasket that seals an end termination of one of the plurality of cables, and wherein the end cap secures the cable harness within the electrical bulkhead casing; a load cell having a first end and a second end, the first end of the load cell being coupled to the end cap of the cable receptacle; a lower case having a first part releasably attached to a second part, the first part of the lower case being coupled to the second end of the load cell; and an electronic cartridge disposed at least partially within the second part of the lower case.

3. The plug cord or wire rope forming head assembly of paragraph 1 or 2, wherein the electrical bulkhead casing includes an electrically non-conductive material on the conductive bundle disposed within the electrical bulkhead casing.

4. A cable gland or wire rope forming head according to any of paragraphs 1 to 3, wherein the electrical bulkhead housing contains an electrically non-conductive fluid disposed over the conductive bundle.

5. The cable closure or cable forming head assembly of any of paragraphs 1 through 4, wherein the cable closure compartment end cap includes a connector configured to mate with a load cell module.

6. The cable forming head or cable closure assembly of any of paragraphs 1 through 5, wherein the cable closure housing includes a connector configured to threadably mate with a load cell module.

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7. The cable closure assembly or wire rope forming head of any of paragraphs 1 to 6, wherein each gasket sealing the terminating end of one of the plurality of cables comprises an elastomer.

8. The cable gland or wire rope forming head assembly of any of paragraphs 1 through 7, wherein each seal that seals the terminal end of one of the plurality of cables forms a liquid-tight seal around the terminal end of the wire rope. cable.

9. The cable gland or wire rope forming head assembly of any of paragraphs 1 through 8, wherein each seal sealing the terminal end of one of the plurality of wires forms a liquid and gas tight seal around the terminal end of the wire.

10. A cable closure assembly or wire rope forming head according to any of paragraphs 1 to 9, wherein each seal that seals the terminating end of one of the plurality of cables is electrically non-conductive.

11. A wire rope sleeve or rope-forming head assembly in accordance with any of paragraphs 1 through 10, wherein the retainer is a wedge-type retainer, ring-type retainer, cone-type retainer, or a split-type retainer.

12. The wireline forming head of any of paragraphs 2 to 11, further comprising a fish module attached to an outer surface of the first lower housing part.

13. The wireline forming head of any of paragraphs 2 through 12, wherein the capture module is a capture bell housing, external capture neck housing, or internal capture neck housing.

14. The wire rope-forming head of any of paragraphs 2 through 13 in which the cable closure assembly, load cell, and lower casing are detachable from one another and in which electrical connection to each assembly is maintained of the cable lock, the load cell and the bottom. the casing are separated from the steel cord forming head.

15. The wire rope forming head of any of paragraphs 2 through 14, wherein the electrical connection is maintained when the wire rope plug assembly is disconnected from the load cell.

16. The wire rope-forming head of any of paragraphs 2 through 15, wherein a motor is disposed at least partially within the lower compartment and configured to disengage the lower compartment from the load cell when operated in a first direction and to couple the lower compartment Camera body to load cell when operating in a second direction.

17. The wire rope-forming head of any of paragraphs 2 to 16, wherein the first lower housing section is pivotally connected to the second lower housing section.

18. The wireline forming head of any of paragraphs 2 to 17, wherein the electronic cartridge includes a resistance temperature detector.

A method of assembling a wire rope forming head, comprising: coupling a first end of a load cell to an end cap of a chamber of a cable gland assembly; coupling a first section of a lower housing to a second end of the load cell, the lower housing including the first section and a second section releasably coupled together; and placing an electronic cartridge within the second part of the lower casing, the cable connector assembly comprising: a casing including a body having a hole formed therein and an end cap attached to a first end of the body; a bracket disposed at least partially within the hole near a second end of the body, the bracket configured to secure a wire rope therein, the wire rope comprising a plurality of individual strands; a cable sleeve disposed within the hole and having a first end and a second end, the first end of the cable sleeve being adjacent to the support and wherein the cable sleeve is configured to receive the plurality of discrete wires; a separator disposed at least partially within the stuffing box and configured to separate the plurality of individual strands; a seal disposed at least partially within the casing of the cable; a compression cap attached to the second end of the gland, thereby compressing the seal and at least partially retaining the spacer within the gland; a sleeve disposed in the hole adjacent to the second end of the gland, a pressure compensating piston being disposed at least partially around the sleeve and an electrical shield housing disposed within the sleeve; and a wiring harness disposed within the enclosure of the electrical partition, the wiring harness including a plurality of terminals configured to receive the plurality of wires to form an electrical connection therebetween, each terminal configured to have a terminal end of one of The seal multiple cables and the end cap secures the cable package within the electrical bulkhead compartment.

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20. The method of paragraph 19, further comprising disengaging a first end of the load cell from the cable gland assembly compartment cover, wherein the electrical connection is maintained when the cable gland assembly is disengaged from the load cell.

21. The method of paragraph 19 or 20, further comprising attaching a fish module to an outer surface of the first lower housing section.

22. The method of any of paragraphs 19 through 21, in which the electrical connection is maintained when the gland assembly, load cell, or lower casing is disconnected from the cable forming the steel head.

23. The method of any of paragraphs 19 through 22, in which the electrical connection is maintained when the gland assembly is disconnected from the load cell.

24. The method of any of paragraphs 19 to 23, wherein each gasket that seals the terminal end of one of the plurality of cables comprises an elastomer.

25. The method of any of paragraphs 19 to 24, wherein each gasket sealing the terminal end of one of the plurality of cables forms a liquid-tight seal around the terminal end of the cable.

26. The method of any of paragraphs 19 to 25, wherein each gasket sealing the terminal end of one of the plurality of cables forms a liquid- and gas-tight seal around the terminal end of the cable.

27. The method of any of paragraphs 19 to 26, wherein each seal that seals the terminal end of one of the plurality of cables is electrically non-conductive.

28. The method of any of paragraphs 19 to 27, wherein the support is a wedge-type support, ring-type support, cone-type support, or split-type support.

29. The method of any of paragraphs 19-28, wherein a motor is disposed at least partially within the lower case and configured to disengage the lower case from the load cell when operated in a first direction and to close the pair of the floor of the lower casing. to the load cell when operating in a second direction.

While the above description has been described herein with reference to specific means, materials, and embodiments, it is not intended to be limited to the details described herein; rather it extends to all functionally equivalent structures, methods and uses that come within the scope of the appended claims.

Certain modalities and features have been described using a set of upper numerical limits and a set of lower numerical limits. Ranges that include the combination of any two values, for example, the combination of any lower values ​​and any upper values, the combination of any two lower values ​​and/or the combination of any two upper values, are understood to be contemplated unless otherwise specified. Particular lower, upper, and range limits appear in one or more of the claims below. All numerical values ​​are "approximate" or "about" the stated value and allow for experimental errors and variances that would be expected by one skilled in the art.

Several terms have been defined above. To the extent that a term used in a claim is not defined above, the intent is to give the broadest definition given to that term by persons in the relevant art, as reflected in at least one printed publication or granted patent. And, where applicable, all patents, test methods, and other documents cited in this application are incorporated by reference in their entirety to the extent such disclosure does not conflict with this application and for all jurisdictions where it is permitted. said incorporation.

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Although the foregoing is directed to particular illustrative embodiments, other and different embodiments can be devised without departing from the basic scope thereof, and the scope thereof is determined by the claims that follow.

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