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Fluid Loss Test

A fluid-loss test determines the relative effectiveness of a cement slurry to retain its water phase or to lose a portion of its water phase as a filtrate to the formation. Insufficient fluid loss control can result in the cement slurry dehydrating and bridging off the annulus, preventing the slurry from being pumped to its final location and leaving excess cement in the casing.

Product List

  • Static Fluid Loss Test: Provides a reliable means of determining the fluid loss characteristics of an Oil Well Cement
  • Stirring Fluid Loss Test: Conveniently located controls and indicators allow precise setting and control of temperature and pressure