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    Enviroplug® (Medium and Coarse)

    Enviroplug® is an extremely versatile product used for abandoning cased and uncased boreholes, sealing casing, isolating zones, sealing grounding rods and heat pump conductor holes, and much more.

    Enviroplug® Coated Tablets

    Coated Enviroplug® Tablets form a seal with high density and low permeability, effectively isolating screen sections in multi-completion wells and creating a barrier between sand packs and high solids bentonite grouts.

    Enviroplug® Grout

    Enviroplug® Grout is a bentonite formula designed for diverse applications, serving as a water well-grouting fluid, drill hole abandonment fluid, and grout for geotechnical monitoring wells post-casing placement.

    Enviroplug® No. 8 and No. 20

    Enviroplug® No. 8 and No. 20 are high-swelling Wyoming sodium bentonite in granular form. Due to their unique molecular structure, they can absorb five times their water weight and swell to a volume of 12-16 times their dry bulk, making them an ideal well sealant.

    Grout-Well® and Grout-Well® DF

    Grout-Well® and Grout-Well® DF are one-step bentonite grouting materials designed to achieve low permeability seals in water wells, monitor wells, geotechnical borings, and heat pump holes.

    Oilwell ‘G’ Cement

    Earth Pro Oilwell ‘G’ Cement is manufactured according to rigorous API standards with respect to setting time, compressive strength, free water content, and various physical and chemical parameters. Specifically for oil industry applications where wellbore temperatures stay below 100°C BHST, this cement variant maintains reliability and performance in oilfield operations.

    Portland Cement

    Portland Cement is a high-quality, cost-effective basic cement that can be used where early strength is required and in applications requiring moderately low levels of heat generation during the hydration process.

    Thermal 40 Cement

    Earth Pro Thermal 40 Cement is typically used where wellbore temperatures exceed 115°C due to well depth or physical treatment (i.e. steam flooding). This cement can overcome high-temperature degradation, meets the ERCB Directive, and is typically used on a small scale for dump-bail treatment.

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