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Lost Circulation Materials

Cal Carb 0

Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3) is a naturally occurring, ground limestone used in Oilfield and Cementing applications. As Cal Carb 0 grind, this finer grade of Calcium Carbonate is used primarily as a weighting material. Cal Carb 0 readily dissolves in the presence of hydrochloric acid. Because…

Cal Carb 0

Cal Carb Poultry Grit

Cal Carb Poultry Grit is a large grind carbonate with a particle size larger than Cal Carb 0, Cal Carb 325 and Cal Carb Supercal - Glass Rock grind. It can be used in combination with other sized carbonates to provide a wide spectrum of bridging agents for drilling fluids. Its acid solubility…

Cal Carb Poultry Grit

Cal Carb Supercal - Glass Rock

Cal Carb Supercal - Glass Rock is a medium grind carbonate with a particle size larger than Cal Carb 0 or Cal Carb 325 grind, but less than Cal Carb Poultry Grit. It can be used in combination with other sized carbonates to provide a wide spectrum of bridging agents for drilling fluids. Its acid solubility…

Cal Carb Supercal - Glass Rock

Cellophane

Clear multi-sized flakes of polycellulose, with an average size of 9.5mm (3/8"). Cellophane is used in oilfield applications and cementing applications as lost circulation material. In non-oilfield applications Cellophane is used as a sealing agent supplement to other lost circulation material. …

Cellophane

Rubber Crumb (Coarse, Medium and Fine)

A lost circulation material made up of vulcanized rubber ground to a –20 mesh (F) 10-20 mesh (M) and a 3.5/16 mesh (C) size. Rubber Crumb is used as a seepage loss, and lost circulation material and bridging agent for all drilling fluids systems. Rubber Crumb is chemically inert and…

Rubber Crumb (Coarse, Medium and Fine)

Sawdust

Di-Corp Sawdust comes from clean, untreated, kiln-dried wood, with the moisture content typically running between 5-12%. Sawdust is the most economical and readily available lost circulation material choice for mud engineers and is the preferred product for use as an absorbent and deck clean-up on drilling…

Sawdust