IntegraBond Cement Systems
Uses a special selection of mechanical-property enhancers to improve the flexural and tensile strength, elastic properties and fracture toughness of the set cement. These cements are designed using proprietary software and tested with a variety of specialty laboratory protocols to ensure fit-for-purpose mechanical properties.
A self-sealing cement system that provides a durable cement sheath, ensuring well integrity and zonal isolation for the life of the well. When incorporated into the cement blend, this solution improves its mechanical properties. If the cement cracks and is infiltrated by hydrocarbons, the self-sealing material absorbs the hydrocarbon and swells upon contact so that the material shuts off and seals the hydrocarbon flow. Results show that IntegraBond Heal can seal cracks up to 0.009 in. (0.2286 mm), self-seal multiple times and deliver a durable cement sheath in a wide variety of field conditions.
Specially engineered to ensure minimal salt dissolution and formulated with 3% to 5% potassium chloride (KCL), 10% to 37.2% sodium chloride (NaCl), and special salt tolerant additives and bonding agents. Special slurry testing protocols and job design criteria are recommended to verify suitable cement properties and ensure proper cement placement.
Highly effective, low-permeability and corrosion-resistant cement systems that can withstand chemical attacks downhole, maintaining the cement bond and protecting the casing.
In areas like South Texas where CO2 and H2S are present, these chemicals can permeate and break down the cement bond, potentially causing casing corrosion. These highly effective, low-permeability, corrosion-resistant cement systems withstand the chemical attack, maintaining the cement bond and protecting the casing.
Cementing systems that are specifically engineered to provide zonal isolation in environments up to 600°F (330°C) with slurry densities up to 22 ppg by resisting degradation and maintaining compressive strength.
Typically occurring in deep wells, high pressure and high temperature (HPHT) can cause cement slurry properties to change, losing control of cement set times and fluid loss. These cementing systems are specifically engineered to provide zonal isolation in environments up to 600°F (330°C) with slurry densities up to 22ppg. They resist degradation and do not lose compressive strength.