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ORGANIC SURFACTANT EMULSIFIER

Organic surfactant Emulsifier Organic surfactant is a multi‐functional additive which serves as an emulsifier and wetting agent in the oil mud systems. Secondary benefits include improved thermal stability and High‐Temperature, High‐Pressure (HTHP) filtration control. The product is effective over a wide temperature range and in the presence of contaminants and for reducing the adverse effect of water contamination.

CHARACTERISTICS AND PROPERTY

Physical appearance....................................................Dark amber, viscous liquid
Specific gravity.......................................................................0.90‐0.97
Flash point............................................................................83°F (28°C) (PMCC)
Pour point..................................................................................‐20°F (‐28.9°C)

APPLICATIONS


ORGANIC SURFACTANT EMULSIFIER additive functions as a wetting agent and secondary emulsifier when used in conventional, low‐fluid‐loss, high‐lime systems in combination with BASIC EMULSIFIER . In this application, the product oil‐wets barite and drill solids to prevent water‐wet solids; it improves thermal stability, rheological stability, filtration control and emulsion stability; and it improves the fluidʹs resistance to contamination. Concentrations for initial formulations range from 1 to 3 lb/bbl (2.85 to 8.6 kg/m3) when used as a wetting agent, with occasional daily treatments.

SURFACTANT EMULSIFIER additive functions as the primary emulsifier when used in relaxed‐fluid‐loss, lower‐lime systems, in combination with OIL-WETTING AGENT additive. In this application, the product forms a stable, water‐in‐oil emulsion and provides a degree of oil‐wetting. Concentrations for initial formulations range from 2 to 8 lb/bbl (5.7 to 22.8 kg/m3) when used as the primary emulsifier, with occasional daily daily treatments. High‐temperature applications and some ʺlightʺ mineral oils require higher concentrations of ORGANIC SURFACTANT EMULSIFIER agent. 
ORGANIC SURFACTANT EMULSIFIER additive is a primary ingredient in all formulations. The recommended treatment levels depend on the oil‐water ratio, anticipated temperatures, desired properties and the other products used in the formulation.

ADVANTAGES

Wide application, including higher‐lime, conventional and lower‐lime, relaxed.
Improves emulsion stability
Improves oil‐wetting and prevents water‐wet solids
Maintains stable water‐in‐oil emulsion and helps prevent water in HTHP filtrate
Improves thermal stability, rheological stability, filtration control and contamination‐resistance of oil‐base muds
Effective at counteracting the adverse effects of water contamination such as high viscosity, low‐emulsion stability and water‐wet solids

LIMITATIONS

Overtreatment with ORGANIC SURFACTANT EMULSIFIER additive can thin VERSAPORT systems under certain conditions

Environmental restrictions concerning the use of oils and oil‐base fluids should be considered since ORGANIC SURFACTANT EMULSIFIER is used in conjunction with oil

TOXICITY AND HANDLING

Bioassay information is available upon request. Handle as an industrial chemical, wearing protective equipment and observing the precautions described in the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).
PACKING AND STORAGESORGANIC SURFACTANT EMULSIFIER additive is packaged in 55‐gal (208‐L) drums Store in a 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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