Latexes

Gas migration can be controlled with a cement system that includes latex, stabilizers and dispersants. These latex systems can reduce fluid loss, increase acid resistance, and improve high-temperature suspension properties.   In general, latexes are colloidal in nature, with particles larger than a molecule, but smaller than grains of sand.  These particles also have a very large surface area.  As a result, the particles coagulate and deliver low permeability for a gas-tight cement sheath. Additionally, latexes enhance tensile and flexural strengths of the cement sheath.

Lap-1 Cement Additive
Provides a means of preparing latex cement from a powdered material which offers fluid loss control, does not retard, and is effective up to 180 °F (82.2°C)
Latex 2000™ Cement Additive
Excellent fluid-loss control, high-temperature suspension properties, and acid resistance to cement slurries.
Latex 3000™ Cement Additive
A liquid additive designed to lower equivalent circulating density (ECD) and to impart excellent fluid-loss control, high-temperature suspension properties, and acid resistance to cement slurries.
Stabilizer 434B Latex Stabilizer
Liquid material used with Latex 2000 cement to stabilize latex in the cement slurry.
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