Workers in oilfields and gas fields use
to keep track of their tasks.
- What time did we add another length of pipe to the drilling rig?
- What size was the pipe?
- What was the pressure setting on the drilling rig?
- How much fuel do we have left?
These workers need a rugged book to record these measurements. Tally books need these features:
- A waterproof vinyl cover that is also abrasion resistant
- At least 100 pages
- A size that can fit in a shirt pocket or back pants pocket
- Waterproof paper, called “stone”, is also a good idea. It is also tear-resistant.
- Lines on the pages, to keep data in an orderly fashion
- A pen loop attached to the vinyl cover, to keep your writing instrument close at hand
- An inside vinyl pocket to keep business cards and special notes
- Important phone numbers printed on the vinyl cover
- Your company logo printed on the front, in full color
- Optional clear vinyl sleeves to contain special papers
- Important conversion tables printed on the cover (either outside or inside)