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Resinated Lignite

Description

RESINATED LIGNITE is designed to provide filtration control over a wide range of temperatures and in the presence of contaminants. Resinated Lignite is a temperature-stable, synthetically formulated resin and lignite complex which has proven to be one of the most effective high-temperature filtration-control additives available.
 

Applications

RESINATED LIGNITE is a broad-application fluidloss- control agent that can be used in virtually any water-base mud. In field applications, excellent results have been obtained in freshwater, brackish water, seawater, saltwater, lime, gyp, lignosulfonate, polymer and non-dispersed systems. It also stabilizes and extends the temperature limitations and contamination resistance of water-base mud systems to above 400°F (204°C). It is notably effective in high-density muds where fluid-loss control can be achieved without increases in viscosity. Normal treatment ranges from 2 to 6 lb/bbl (5.7 to 17 kg/m3) depending on the degree of filtration-control desired, the original mud system characteristics and the environment in which it is used. The product is designed to have a minimal effect on the viscosity of most mud systems; however, RESINATED LIGNITE may reduce the viscosity of non-dispersed systems.


Characteristic and Physical Property

Physical State : The Material shall be in the form of Dark brown powder, free from visible impurities.
Moisture Content at 105 ± 2 °C percent by mass                                     : 10 (Maximum).
Water Soluble Content,    percent by Mass                                                : 70.0 (Minimum).
Apparent Viscosity of 2%    (w/v) Solution in Distilled Water at 24 ± 2 °C cP : 3.0 (Maximum).
Specific Gravity                                                                                     :1.5 – 1.7 (S.G).
pH (1% solution)                                                                                    :8.8 – 9.2.
Bulk density                                                                                          : 56 lb/ft3 (897 kg/m3).

Chemical Assay, percent by mass : 
(a)    Elemental Iron                : 1.8 (Maximum) .
(b) Elemental Chromium       : 0.1 (Maximum).

(1). Performance Test in Fresh Water Mud :
(i) Prepare a Base Mud having Apparent Viscosity in the range 52.5 ± 2.5 cP by dilution of pre- hydrated gel prepared from VISION approved Bentonite with Distilled Water [pre-hydrated Bentonite is prepared by stirring 10% (w/v) Bentonite with Distilled Water, using a laboratory stirrer (5000 — 6000 tpm), for 30 minutes and aging the Suspension at 90 ± 2°C for 72 hours in a thermostatic water bath.
(ii) Roll a portion of the Base Mud in a high temperature aging cell, at 160 ± 2°C for 24 hours in a roller oven; cool to 24 ± 2 °C and stir the rolled Base Mud for 15 minutes in Hamilton Beach Mixer at high speed and then determine its Apparent Viscosity ( cP) at 24 ± 2°C, and HT-HP Filtration Loss (ml) at 160 ° C and 500 psi differential pressure.
Record Apparent Viscosity and HP-HT Filtration Loss of the hot rolled fresh water base mud.

(iii) Treat another portion of the Base Mud with 2.0 %    (w/v) of the sample and stir the suspension in a Hamilton Beach Mixer at high speed for 10 minutes. Adjust the pH of the Suspension in the range of 9.5 — 10.0, if necessary. Roll this Mud in a high temperature aging cell at 160 ± 2°C for 24 hours in a roller oven. Cool to 24 ± 2°C and stir the resulting Mud for 15 minutes in a Hamilton Beach Mixer at high speed. Then determine it Apparent Viscosity (cP) at 24 ± 2°C and HTHP Filtration Loss ( ml) at 160°C and 500 psi differential pressure.
Apparent Viscosity of the treated hot rolled fresh water base mud should not be more than 40% of the value obtained for the hot rolled fresh water base mud 6(ii).
HT-HP Filtration Loss of the treated hot rolled fresh water base mud should not be more than 50% of the value obtained for the hot rolled fresh water base mud 6(ii).

 (2). Performance Test in Salt Water Mud :

(i) Prepare 8-10% (w/v) Suspension of VISION approved Bentonite and allow it to hydrate fully by aging at 90 ± 2 ft c for 72 hours so that the resulting Mud, when cooled to 24 ± 2 °C and stirred for 30 minutes with a laboratory stirrer (5000 - 6000 rpm ), has Apparent Viscosity in the range 85 ± 5 cP . To this Mud, add 4% (w/v) Sodium Chloride (L. R. grade) and stir for 30    minutes with a laboratory stirrer (5000 — 6000 rpm) and allow it to age at 24 ± 2°C for 24 hours. Stir the aged Mud for 15    minutes and determine its Apparent Viscosity. It should be in the range 32.5 ± 2.5 cP.
(ii)    Roll a portion of the Base Mud in a high temperature aging cell, at 160 ±2°C in a roller oven for 24 hours. Then, cool and stir the rolled Base Mud and determine its Apparent Viscosity at 24 ± 2°C , and HT-HP Filtration Loss at 160 ° Cand 500    psidifferential pressure.
Record Apparent Viscosity and HP-HT Filtration Loss of the hot rolled salt water base mud.
(iii)    Treat another portion of the Base Mud with 2% (w/v) of the sample by stirring in a Hamilton Beach Mixer at high speed for 10 minutes. Adjust the pH of the Suspension in the range 9.5 — 10.0, if necessary. Roll this Mud, filled in a high temperature aging cell at 160 ± 2°C for 24 hoursin a roller oven. Cool, and stir the resulting Mud for 10 minutes in a Hamilton Beach Mixer at high speed. Then determine its Apparent Viscosity at 24 ± 2°C and HT-HP Filtration Loss at 160 ° C and 500    psidifferential pressure.
Apparent Viscosity of the treated hot rolled salt water mud should not be more than the value obtained for the hot rolled salt water base mud 7(ii).
HT-HP Filtration Loss of the treated hot rolled salt water base mud should not be more than 50% of the value obtained for the hot rolled salt water base mud 7(ii).


Advantagess

• Extends filtration control under adverse conditions.
• Does not increase viscosity.
• Resists contamination.
• Improves filter cake quality.
• Reduces wall-sticking tendencies.
• Contributes to the drilling of in-gauge holes.
• Stabilizes rheological properties.
• Compatible with a wide variety of water-base systems.


Limitations

• High electrolyte concentration may reduce performance and require increased RESINATED LIGNITE treatment.
• Effectiveness reduced by excessive cement contamination, where high levels of excess lime and high pH occur.

Toxicity and Handling

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

 

Packaging and Storage

RESINATED LIGNITE is packaged in 50-lb (22.7-kg), multi-wall, paper sacks. Store in a dry location away from sources of heat or ignition, and minimize dust.  

This material is supplied solely for informational purposes and UNIVERSAL makes no guarantees or warranties, either expressed or implied, with respect to the accuracy or use of this data. All product warranties and guarantees shall be governed by the Standard Terms of Sale.
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