Leveraging on the support of sound infrastructure, we are able to offer our patrons pure Industrial Mineral. Under the offered array, we provide Tifill, Diatomite Flux Calcined, Diatomite Growing Media, Food Grade Diatomite, Active Silica/Reactive Silica, Diatomite Natural Powder, Fine Diatomite Powder and Diatomite Natural Pesticide. The offered minerals are processed by making use of high grade ingredients, sourced from vendors of high repute to ensure their compliance with globally laid quality norms. The details of the offered minerals are given below:
Approx. 65 / Kg Get Latest Price
|Minimum Order Quantity||10000 Kg|
|Packaging Size||25 kg|
|Packaging Type||Laminated P.P. bags|
|Free Moisture||1 %|
|Usage/Application||Insulation and filtration|
Approx. 10,000 / Ton Get Latest Price
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Ton|
|Material||Diatomaceous Earth Powder|
|Grade||Oil well drilling|
|Packaging Size||25 kg / 700 kgs|
|Packaging Type||Laminated P.P. bags or Jumbo bags|
|Free Moisture||< 10|
|Usage/Application||Oil well drilling|
Lost Circulation is the most costly mud related drilling problem, and induced fracture. Water slurry of diatomite is used as the high fluid loss squeeze slurry in the treatment of lost circulation and in decreasing fluid loss. Diatomite decreases the required time for collecting the filtrate to 1 min comparing with the international standard which recommended the filtrate should be collected maximum within 2–3 min.
Drilling fluid, or mud, may be defined as any fluid that is used in a drilling operation. A drilling fluid is circulated or pumped from the surface, down the drill string, through the bit, and back to the surface via the annulus. It is the single most important part of any earth excavation exercise, especially when drilling for oil and gas. Selection of the best fluid to meet anticipated conditions will minimize well costs and reduce the risk of catastrophes such as stuck Drill Pipe, Loss of circulation, gas kick, etc
Lost circulation is the term used to describe the condition characterized by lack of mud returning to the surface after being pumped down a well-bore. It is caused by the loss of some or the whole of the drilling fluid or mud at any depth into the natural fissures or due to high permeability of the formation or by pressure induced fractures resulting in fluid loss and there are high costs associated with replacing drilling fluids.
Many lost circulation materials are added to drilling fluids. One of the lost circulation water base mud (WBM) additives that is considered environmentally friendly is Diatomite silica. Silicates are non-toxic and are multi-functional materials that are being used in drilling mud formulations by causing changes in density, ionic strength, and charge. Diatomite silica is needed for critical drilling mud functions such as: drill-bit cooling, bit cleaning, effective cuttings removal to surface, down hole pressure control and Shale stabilization.
Diatomite can be combined with other materials such as organic fibbers to be used as a lost circulation control material in water drilling fluids. It is typically used as a rheological modifier or processing aid in a “squeeze” treatment, it has a highly permeable nature which allows it to rapidly form a plug to bridge fractures. Diatomite produce a highly porous mineral which can be used to seal wide fractures, as it will lose fluid very rapidly to provide a solid plug on which an impermeable filter cake may then form. Silica constitutes about 78–85 % of the chemical composition of the diatom frustules. Typical high fluid loss slurry contains a mixture of diatomite, bridging agents and barite suspended in either water or oil.
Almost any type of mud can be used as a carrying fluid for spotting lost circulation materials, but fluids that have extremely high filtration rates are best. Once the initial bridge forms, filtration allows the filtrate to be lost from the slurry depositing a firm filter cake within the fracture itself. This technique should be used against all types of loss zones. There are slight differences in application to these different loss zones, but the main distinction is increasing the size of the bridging agent as the loss zone becomes more severe.
Approx. 25,000 / Tonne Get Latest PriceSiliceous Chalk Clay is used in manufacturing of special type of electrodes.
|Unit of Measure||Kilograms|
|Supply Ability||Customized, Ready|
|Payment Terms||Cash Advance (CA)|
|Delivery Time||Based on ordered quantity|
|Main Export Market(s)||Asia, Australia, Central America, North America, South America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East, Africa|