Non-Ionic Surfactant Supplier and Manufacturer

Non-Ionic Surfactant

Non-Ionic Surfactant wetting agent is a liquid surfactant that rapidly alters the surface tension on dispersed particles in water-based drilling fluids leading to lower flow properties of the drilling fluid. NON-IONIC SURFACTANT wetting agent can also be used to stabilize the flow properties and gel strengths of water-based drilling fluids exposed to high temperatures. Small concentrations of NON-IONIC SURFACTANT wetting agent are typical in land-based drilling applications.

CHARACTERISTICS AND PROPERTY

Appearance ……………………Clear to slightly colored liquid
Specific gravity…………………………………………………………………………... 1.097
Flash point, PMCC …………………………………………………………………….> 215°F
Flash point, PMCC >…………………………………………………………………… 102°C


APPLICATIONS

Stabilize rheological and filtration properties
Prepare surfactant drilling fluids such as lignite/surfactant, calcium/surfactant, and salt water/surfactant
Emulsify oil in water

ADVANTAGES

Helps reduce high-temperature filtration and rheological characteristics.
Is compatible with all water-based systems
Exhibits thermal stability in excess of 400°F (205°C)
Helps reduce bit balling and the potential for differential sticking
Helps increase solids tolerance for water-based systems

LIMITATIONS
To emulsify oil into water, add 0.5-7.0 lb/bbl (1.4-20.0 kg/m³) As a wetting agent, add 0.5-3.0 lb/bbl (1.4-8.5 kg/m³).

TOXICITY AND HANDLING
Bioassay information is available upon request. Handle as an industrial chemical, wearing protective equipment and observing the precautions as described in the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).

PACKAGING AND STORAGE
Non-Ionic Surfactant is packaged in 55‐gal (208‐L) drums. Store in dry, well‐ventilated area. Keep container closed. Keep away from heat, sparks and flames. Store away from incompatibles. Follow safe warehousing practices regarding palletizing, banding, shrink‐wrapping and/or stacking.

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