SUSPENTONE™

Suspension Agent
Product Description

Product Data Sheet

SUSPENTONE™ suspension agent provides increased suspension of weighting agents and drill solids in invert emulsion fluids without a significant contribution to plastic viscosity. SUSPENTONE suspension agent is an organophilic clay that is suitable for all conventional invert emulsion fluids in applications up to 400°F (205°C). Compared to GELTONE® viscosifier products, SUSPENTONE suspension agent gives similar suspension properties with lower overall viscosity. • Helps improve suspension qualities of invert emulsions and all-oil drilling fluids • Helps reduce sagging or settling tendencies in deviated or high-angle wellbores • Condition oil muds for storage

Applications / Functions

Advantages

• Can readily disperse • Does not significantly increase rheological properties • Stable at temperatures approaching 400°F (205°C) • • • • • Appearance Bulk density, compacted Bulk density, uncompacted Bulk density, compacted Bulk density, uncompacted Tan powder 50lb/ft³ 35lb/ft³ 801kg/m³ 561kg/m³

Typical Properties

Recommended Treatment

Add 1-5 lb/bbl (2.9-14.3 kg/m³) of SUSPENTONE suspension agent.

Packaging

SUSPENTONE suspension agent is packaged in 50-lb (22.7-kg) sacks.

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Because the conditions of use of this product are beyond the seller's control, the product is sold without warranty either express or implied and upon condition that purchaser make its own test to determine the suitability for purchaser's application. Purchaser assumes all risk of use and handling of this product. This product will be replaced if defective in manufacture or packaging or if damaged. Except for such replacement, seller is not liable for any damages caused by this product or its use. The statements and recommendations made herein are believed to be accurate. No guarantee of their accuracy is made, however.

GELTONE is a registered trademark of Halliburton SUSPENTONE is a trademark of Halliburton © 2010 Halliburton All Rights Reserved 3/30/2010

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