Our corrosion inhibitor is a neutral pH, biodegradable product that is soluble in water, acids, or bases and compatible in cationic, anionic, nonionic, and amphoteric systems. It breaks down large iron deposits and disperses into smaller particles, making removal easier. Our corrosion inhibitor penetrates & disperses hydrocarbons coating all solids, and inhibits the formation of additional solids from aggregating, including iron and other types of scale depositions.
The corrosion inhibitor is utilized as a salt water disposal additive that aids in dispersing solids and hydrocarbons, while preventing scale from forming due to dissimilar waters. It can be added to HCl at rates between 3 & 50 gpt of total treatment. By adding to HCl, our corrosion inhibitor helps with the dispersion of non-acidic solids and hydrocarbons, which enhances HCl’s efficacy. When mixed with water, the inhibitor can be squeezed into the formation, batch treated, or continuously pumped down the annulus to keep downhole pumps clear of debris, thus reducing the chance of sticking. Compatibility and emulsion tendency tests should be run as with all added chemicals.
Corrosion inhibitors are used within many different products and combine field strengths to be most effective when added to a number of different products. Using the corrosion inhibitor like this maximizes performance and effectiveness.