Chemical properties of drilling fluids change during the drilling process. Formation fluids, solids or gases can invade the wellbore and alter the chemical balance of the system. Monitoring change allows proper corrective action. Other measurements of chemical properties are necessary during the completion and production phases to prevent corrosion or degradation of a well’s producing ability.
- AutoCalcimeter Model 442: Fann AutoCalcimeter Model 442 home page
- Calcimeter – Pressure Gauge Model 432: An operator records the measurements of Calcium Carbonate and Magnesium Carbonate (Dolomite)
- Calcimeter – Recording Model 43210: The Model 43210 records measurements to a chart
- Chloride Content Kit: Contains all equipment and reagents required to test fluids for chloride content
- Chloride, Alkalinity and Water Hardness Test Kit: Contains all equipment and reagents required to test for chloride content, alkalinity, calcium content, and hardness by the Versenate Method, according to API Recommended Practice 13B-1
- Filtrate Analysis Kit: The Filtrate Analysis Kit contains all equipment and reagents required to test drilling fluids for chloride content, alkalinity, sulfate content, and hardness by the Versenate Method, according to API Recommended Practice 13B-1.
- Garret Gas Train Test: The concentration of soluble sulfides or soluble carbonates in a drilling fluid can be determined by the Garrett Gas Train method.
- Hydrogen Sulfide Detection Kit (Copper Method): Provides a rapid and inexpensive (qualitative) procedure for detecting the presence of hydrogen sulfide
- Kjeldahl Titration Apparatus: A safer, faster, more cost efficient method for analyzing Polyacrylamides