Organo bentonite increase yield point and gel strength , improve the carrying capacity
Organo bentonite is a highly effective, gel – forming organophilic clay composed of amontmorillonite clay reacted with
|COMPOSITION||Organic derivative of a bentonite clay|
|Moisture content (105℃,2hr) %||≤3.50|
|FINENESS (<74μm, %)||≥98.0|
|Appearance||Fine powder, white|
- Easy dispersing
- Improves mud plant throughput
- Requires no external chemical activators in all-oil or invert systems
- The gel is colourless and of high clarity
- Produce reproducible thixotropic consistency over a wide temperature range
- Imparts particle suspension, sag resistance without impairing flow and leveling
CP-169 is used in the following applications:
Organoclay CP-169 disperses under high shear and requires a polar activator (30%~40%) for best efficiency. Heat is not required to obtain good dispersion. Addition levels are typically in 0.2%~2.0%. Polar activator (95% Ethanol or 95% Methanol) is needed. Normally addition level of polar activator is recommended to be 30%~40% of CP-169 in weight.
|Chemical ingredient||Alkyl Quaternary Ammonium bentonite||Quartz(SiO2)
All safety information is provided in the Material Safety Data Sheets for Zhejiang Camp-Shinning New Material Co.,Ltd..
The package: kraft complex bag interior with PE or customized
The weight: 25±0.25kg per bag or 22.68kg per Bag
The package and weight can be customized
Storage life: two years when the temperature is 0-30℃
Organophilic clay CP-169 has a shelf life of 2 years, and should be stored in ventilated cool and dry place.
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