– Drilling Mud
Drilling Mud – Drilling Mud or Drilling Fluid is used to aid the drilling of boreholes into the earth.
There are three main categories of drilling fluids; are water-based muds, non-aqueous muds, usually called oil-based mud, and gaseous drilling fluid, in which a wide range of gases can be used.
Polymers – More information coming soon.
– Soda Ash
Soda Ash – Soda Ash granular powder is primarily used to help condition and soften make-up water and raise pH.
Drispac – Drispac® Polymers are high-quality Polyanionic cellulose polymers. They are used for inhibition, water-loss control and viscosity in water–based muds. Drispac® Polymer comes in two viscosity grades: Drispac® Regular Polymer (high viscosity) and Drispac® Superlo® Polymer (medium viscosity).
– Lost Circulation Materials
Lost Circulation Materials – Drilling Paper is shredded cellulosic fiber and can be used to reduce lost circulation in water based fluids. When combined with lost circulation materials made of coarser fibers, Drilling Paper rapidly bridges between the coarser fibers and speeds formation of the seal when larger openings in the formation are taking fluid.