Chemical Fracturing | Organophilic Clay
Organophilic clay is a kind of chemical fracturing. In fracturing fluids, organophilic bentonite also named organoclay, organic bentonite clay and rheology modifier etc. It has good particle suspension and sag resistance in fracture.
Composition Organically modified bentonite clay
Appearance Off white to tan finely divided powder,
Moisture content (105℃,2hr) ≤3.5%
Specific Gravity 1.7
Bulk density 0.40~0.60g/cm³
- Effectively suspends weighting materials and other solids
- Maintains suspension over a wide temperature range
- Eliminates need for chemical activators
- Is easy to disperse and rapid yielding
Chemical Fracturing CP-C5 is a self-activating gallant offering rapid yield development, high gel strengths, and increased efficiency. The unique properties of CP-C5 are especially valuable in low-shear mud plant operations and during completion fluid manufacture at the well site
- Diesel Oils
- Mineral Oils
- Synthetic Oil
- Linear and isomerized Alpha Olefins
- Modified vegetable oil
Viscosifying drilling Fluids:
- All oil based drilling fluids
- Invert emulsion fluids
- Workover fluids
- Fracture fluids
All safety information is provided in the Material Safety Data Sheets for Zhejiang Camp-Shinning New Material Co., Ltd.
Kraft paper bag with PE liner or multi-wall paper sacks or customized. 25kg/bag or 22.68kg/bag or customized
Chemical Fracturing CP-C5 Store in a dry, well-ventilated area with temperature of 0℃-30℃. Keep container closed. The quality guarantee period is 24 months.
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