Oil Wells Drilling Fluids (caustic soda)
Al-Burjussia Company supplies public and private companies with all drilling fluids and well drilling materials, which include alkaline materials such as caustic soda and sodium hypochlorite, according to the required concentration.
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Al-Burjussia Company supplies public and private companies with all drilling fluids and well drilling materials, which include alkaline materials such as caustic soda and sodium hypochlorite, according to the required concentration. We are characterized by the expertise is acquired upon working with the best international companies in different fields and in partnership with such these companies to covey the best and most modern of technologies in the field of Oil and gas into Iraq.
Caustic soda or sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is used in water-based mud to raise its pH; to solve lignite, lignosulfonate, and tannin substances; counteract corrosion, and neutralize hydrogen sulfide. Also, some improvement in performance can be achieved by adding caustic soda to the freshwater along with the bentonite to act as a dispersing agent.
Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl), also known as bleach, is an oxidizer commonly used in the oil/gas well service industry. Sodium hypochlorite has the ability to oxidize and degrade most commonly used polymers in the petroleum industry, including polymers used for drilling muds and completion fluids. Treatments to remove filter cakes and damage related to drilling mud are common. Additionally, sodium hypochlorite can be used to provide controllable gel degradation profiles of systems such as Trican Viscous Gel Plug and PermBlock.
1- Economic, liquid, high strength oxidizing agent
2- Useful for mud cleanup solvents
3- Dissolves filter cakes
4- Degrades most of the common natural and synthetic polymers used in the petroleum industry
5- Polymer breaking times are progressive and proportional to the concentration of bleach