An Introduction to Our Packer Fluid Additives Product Line

The word corrosion may be generally defined as the destruction of metal by chemical or electrochemical action. The major factors which contribute to downhole tubular corrosion include:

The presence of oxygen

Acidic Fluids and Gases

High bottom-hole temperatures

Bacteria

Metallurgical properties of downhole tubulars

Mechanical defects of tubulars

There are a number of corrective measures which can be taken to control the rate of downhole tubular corrosion. These measures include selecting the proper tubular metallurgy for the given downhole conditions and using a corrosion inhibition program which uses a properly blended solution containing corrosion inhibitors, oxygen scavenger and biocides.

At J4 Fluid Services our experienced field engineers gather the information necessary to properly formulate the best blend of chemical components required to protect the investment our customers have made on their well.

Once this data is collected, the packer fluid is blended to detailed specifications in a controlled environment. During the filtration/vacuum truck loading procedure, all of the necessary chemical components are injected into the packer fluid stream without any exposure to the atmosphere.

This attention to detail insures the packer fluid is a solids free homogeneous solution free of entrained oxygen. Emplacement of the packer fluid at the well site is accomplished directly from the vacuum truck to either the rig pump or one of J4’s High Pressure Pump Trucks. This process has been developed to eliminate contamination of the packer fluid and provide a high degree of quality control our customers demand.

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