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About Devico

25 year experience with directional core drilling

Devico, survey instruments producer, has more than 25 year experience with directional core drilling (DCD) and borehole surveying. The company has developed a range of top quality instruments including directional core barrel, core orientation equipment, and both magnetic and non-magnetic downhole survey instruments. Using these technologies, our clients reach their targets while reducing drilling costs. Today, Devico is the global market leader in providing directional coring services directly, and via its network of exclusive agents and subsidiaries.


To provide top qualified DCD services to the drilling industry Devico and its subsidiaries have established an international group of expert field engineers that supervise directional projects around the globe. Our engineers are highly educated and have been through an extensive training period of one year or more to earn their title. On DCD projects they work together with the drilling contractor to ensure that the operation runs smoothly and efficiently.


The engineers also work with the project geologists to prepare and optimize drilling plans. They can suggest the depth where directional drilling should be started, and calculate how long the correction needs to be to aim the hole towards the target.



DeviCore BBT : Efficiency and reliability all in one

The DeviCore BBT represents an integration of the patent pending Brilliant Blue™ technology and other proprietary Devico technologies. The DeviCore BBT employs the same Devidip system probe technology which has proven to be an industry leader in reliability for more than 25 years as a part of the Devidrill, combining electronic core orientation integration with running gear.

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Devico has more than 25 year experience with directional core drilling (DCD) and borehole surveying. The company has developed a range of top quality instruments including directional core barrel, core orientation equipment, and both magnetic and non-magnetic downhole survey instruments.

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