Briefcase

Pre-flushes and spacers are an important step to achieving zonal isolation in a wellbore. For a cement slurry to create a proper and effective bond, the surface of the casing and formation must be clean of drilling fluids. A spacer is used to displace fluid from the annulus, while a pre-flush is used to thin and diffuse any leftover drilling fluid particles. Both pre-flushes and spacers play fundamental roles in effective cementing operations and successful zonal isolation. Our solutions include:
 

  • Mud displacement pre-flushes and spacers
  • Reactive pre-flushes and spacers
  • Lost Circulation pre-flushes and spacers
  • Pre-flush and spacer additives

Tri-Seal

Tri-Seal is pumped ahead of cement as a pre-flush to prevent lost circulation and cement fallback. Tri-Seal leaks off...

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Lost Circulation Plug/Pill (LCP)

LCP is a unique blend of polymers and multi-sized cellulose fibers that create an effective lost circulation fluid...

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Optimum Flush

This rapidly-hydrating, slurried polymer pre-flush is designed for environmentally safe and efficient removal of...

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Non-Aqueous Fluids

Our rapidly-hydrating, non-aqueous pre-flush spacer additives are designed for environmentally safe and efficient...

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Water-Based Fluids

Our rapidly-hydrating, water-based pre-flush spacer additives are designed for environmentally safe and efficient...

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