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Fluid Loss Additive for Fresh Water Cement Slurries

Description


Fluid Loss Additive for Fresh Water Cement Slurries is acclaimed for its pure and effective composition. We offer this chemical in different grades and specifications to meet the diverse requirements of clients. This chemical is comprehensively used in oil industry, laboratories, pharmaceutical & fertilizer industries for their perfect texture and precise composition. Offered at competitive prices, it is a stable compound and is packed using tamper proof material. It is extensively used in oil industry as an aid for carrying out cementation jobs. 

Characteristic and Property


Physical Appearance: The material shall be in the form of free flowing powder, free from visible impurities.
Solubility of the Additive in Fresh Water at 24 ± 2 °C……………………….Shall be soluble / dispersible. 
Moisture Content at 105 ± 2 °C, percent by mass…………………………10.0 (Maximum). 

Fluid Loss Test :

(i)    Determine the Fluid Loss at 1000 psipressure and 90°C of 44% slurry made from API Class `G' (HSR) Type Cement and Fresh Water .
Record the Fluid Loss of the neat slurry.

(ii)    Determine the Fluid Loss at 1000 psi and 90°C of 44% Slurry made from API Class `G' (HSR) Type Cement and Fresh Water and treated with 1.0% BWOC of the Sample.
Fluid Loss of the treated slurry should no be more than 20% of the value obtained for the neat slurry 4(i).

Consistency of Treated Slurry :
Determine the Consistency of the Treated Slurry as prepared at 4 (ii) before and after the temperature is raised, using an Atmospheric Consistometer.
Initial and 60 minutes consistency of the treated slurry should not exceed 30 Bc when temperature is raised from 24 °C to 90°C.

API Free Water Content :
Determine the API Free Water Content of the Treated Slurry, as prepared in 4 (ii).
API Free Water Content of the treated slurry shall be nil.

Thickening Time Test :
(a) At 6000 psi and 90°C :
(i)    Determine the Thickening Time of 44% Slurry made from API Class `G' (HSR) Type Cement and Fresh Water at 6000 psi and 90°C (raised in 30 minutes).
Record the Thickening Time of the neat slurry.

(ii)    Determine the Thickening Time of 44% Slurry made from API Class `G' (HSR) Type Cement and Fresh Water and treated with 0.5% BWOC of the Sample at 6000 psi and 90°C (raised in 30 minutes ).
Thickening Time of the treated slurry shall not be more than 2 times the value obtained for the neat slurry 7(a)(i).
(b) At 6000 psi and 120°C :
(i)    Determine the Thickening Time of 44% Slurry made from API Class `G' (HSR) Type Cement and Fresh Water at 6000 psi and 120°C (raised in 40 minutes ).
Record the Thickening Time of the neat slurry.

 
(ii)    Determine the Thickening Time of 44% Slurry made from API Class `G' (HSR) Type Cement and Fresh Water and treated with 1.0% BWOC of the Sample at 6,000 psi and 120 °C graised in 40 minutes ).
Thickening Time of the treated slurry should not be less than the value obtained for the neat slurry 7(b)(i).


Note: The Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) in Fresh Water shall not exceed 1000 ppm.
Note: Detailed specifications are available on request.

Advantages

It is extensively used in oil industry as an aid for carrying out cementation jobs.

Toxicity and Handling

It can be stored in closed containers away from direct sunlight at ambient temperature. During handling, direct contact with human body is to be avoided. Safety goggles and gloves are recommended for safe handling.

Packaging and Storage

As per buyer requirement. 
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