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PETRA PAC R | PAC R | POLYANIONIC CELLULOSE (R)
Polyanionic Cellulose PETRA PAC R is an exceptional quality agent used for filtration control in water-based drilling fluids. Moreover, it is capable of providing viscosity and fluid loss control.
PETRA PAC R is a cost-efficient way to control fluid loss and boost viscosity, while also enhancing the filter cake quality in water-based drilling systems. This high-performance product is well-suited for low solid muds and offers fast penetration.
This product has a high yield for increasing viscosity.
It can resist ions and is effective in a wide range of pH values.
It also has excellent thermal stability and is not prone to bacterial degradation.
|Appearance||Off White to Creamish free flowing powder|
|PH of 1% Solution||6.0 – 9.0|
|Nature of Polymer||Poly Anionic cellulose|
|Moisture Content||Max. 10 %|
|Solubility||Soluble in Fresh Water|
PETRA PAC R must be handled as an industrial chemical, which requires the use of protective equipment and adherence to the precautions indicated in the MSDS. MSDS will only be supplied upon request.
On request, private labelling, specialized packaging, and labelling are also offered.
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These products include cellulosic polymers, starches, modified starches, CMC/polysaccharide complexes, and synthetics.
Filtrate or fluid loss reducers serve to decrease fluid loss, a measure of the tendency of the liquid phase of the drilling fluid to pass through the filter cake into the formation. Polymer and non-polymer additives that serve as filtration control agents to reduce filtration rate, filtrate volume, and filter cake thickness and permeability. Lowering the filtration rate can effectively reduce the reaction of the drilling fluid with the surrounding formation thus contributing to borehole stability and controlling borehole geometry.