A crosslinking agent, consisting of non-caking white and orange crystals.
A multifunctional reagent with hydrophilic and hydrophobic particles capable of self-coordinating in productive strata. It has low interfacial tension in an oil-water system (0.005 to 0.9 mN/m)
Used in oil production industrial processes to breakdown oil-water emulsions with different degrees of stability at various stages of oil treatment technology.
It prevents the formation of asphalt, resin, and paraffin deposits (ARPD) on oilfield equipment and destroys ARPD during oil extraction, collection and transportation.
Hydrophobic composition that increases well productivity, including marginal wells.
Used for treatment of bottom-hole zones of production and injection wells in carbonate and terrigenous reservoirs with reduced filtration characteristics during opening and operation of wells.
A composite mixture with washing and demulsifying properties that allows for the removal of clay particles and other contaminants from the bottom-hole formation zone. It is used as an additive to drilling fluids for bottom hole treatment, development.
Designed to clean the bottom-hole formation zone, underground well equipment and ground utilities from asphalt-resin-paraffin deposits (ARPD) and sludge.
An acid cross-linking agent used in enhanced oil recovery gelling technologies.
An alkaline agent used in enhanced oil recovery gelling technologies.
Used as thickeners in drilling muds and water shutoff compositions.
Designed for the preparation and adjustment of properties of aqueous drilling muds, as well as for preparation of the polymer-disperse system.