Organophlic lignite is amine treated lignite work in oil drilling
A organophilic lignite is amine treated lignite that has been coated with a chemical that renders it dispersible in oil. The treatment is usually accomplished with a type of quaternary amine compound.Organophilic lignite (amine treated lignite) is a filtration‐control additive designed for use in all oil‐base systems, as well as synthetic‐base systems. It is an effective alternative to asphalt or gilsonite where their use is undesirable. Amine treated lignite effective and applicable in all oil‐ and synthetic‐base drilling fluids, and is compatible with other additives.
Advantages of organophilic lignite "amine treated lignite"
Controls HTHP filtrate
Works in all types of Oil Base Muds and Synthetic Base Muds at varying concentrations
Increases the stability of fluids to temperatures above 400 F
Provides supplemental emulsion stability at high temperatures
Application Material Needed
HTHP filtrate control 1.0 to 10 ppb (2.85 to 28.5 kg/m3)
Supplemental emulsion stability 2.0 to 15 ppb (5.7 to 42.75 kg/m3)
Packing of Organophlic lignite
Organophlic lignite is packing in 50LBS multi paper bag on pallet.
Minimum order quantity of Organophlic lignite is 20 pallet equal 1 20ft container.
Versalig is stacking in wooden pallet based on 34 sax.