Commercial Chemicals are the common drilling fluid additive. Usually, it is inorganic salt and organic acid. Like Sodium Chloride, Sodium Carbonate, Soda Ash, Caustic Ash, Calcium Chloride and Citric Acid.
Every well needs chemical chemicals. Its consumption depends on depth and diameter of well.
Our range of includes:
- Bentonite OCMA
OCMA grade bentonite for water based drilling fluid.
- Bentonite API
API grade bentonite for water based drilling fluid.
A high-grade API barium sulfate specially processed use as a drilling fluid weighting material.
- Basic Zinc Carbonate Zn(OH)2•ZnCO3
A hydrogen sulphide corrion inhibitor for water based drilling fluid.
- Calcium Bromide CaBr2
A single salt (CaBr2) clear brine fluid with a density of 14.2 pounds per gallon.
- Calcium Carbonate CaCO3
A ground limestone weighting material
- Calcium Chloride CaCl2
A single salt used to create solid free brine workover and completion fluids.
- Caustic Soda NaOH
A strong base that is used to control alkalinity and pH in aqueous fluids.
- Citric Acid C6H8O7
A organic acid that is used to reduce pH, precipitate soluble calcium and sequester iron.
A selected and non-abrasive mica lost circulation material.
- Soda Ash Na2CO3
A calcium remover for water based drilling fluid
- Sodium Bicarbonate NaHCO3
A calcium remover for water based drilling fluid.
- Sodium Bromide NaBr
A bromide that is used to prepare clear brine workover and completion fluids.
- Sodium Sulfite Na2SO3
A powdered oxygen scavenger for removing dissolved oxygen in water based drilling fluid.