CyberCoat™ wetting agent is used in the CyberDrill® synthetic-based drilling fluid system in temperatures up to 350°F (177°C).
- Minimizes water-wetting during water-based drilling fluid displacements
- Maintains pumpability of high-density slugs
- Wets barite or other weighting materials and drilled solids with a synthetic-based fluid coating
- Thins and reduces gel strengths of water-contaminated synthetic-based fluids
CyberCoat wetting agent can be used to either treat the fluid during a weight up or treat water-wet solids. It is also used as a thinning agent in CyberDrill synthetic-based drilling fluid system.
CyberCoat concentrations of 0.5-2.0 lb/bbl (0.07-0.28 gal/bbl) are recommended as treatment of water-wet solids.
Typical Physical Properties
|Appearance||Dark brown liquid|
|Flash Point (PMCC)||235°F (113°C)|
|Specific Gravity||0.86 (7.17 lb/gal)|
Handling and Storage
Avoid contact, inhalation and ingestion. Store in a cool, dry, well ventilated area away from ignition sources and strong oxidizing agents. Use appropriate hygiene, clothing and personal protective equipment suitable for work being done. Review the SDS thoroughly before using this product.
CyberCoat wetting agent is available in 55-gallon (208-liter) drums, 275-gallon (1,041-liter) totes and bulk quantities.