Halliburton's newest fluid system, and certainly among its most innovative. In the grid below, we provide more information on the generic constituents that make CleanStim™ formulation so unique, along with a list of common – and perhaps more familiar – uses for each.
As you might expect from a formulation that's made entirely of materials sourced from the food industry, many of the constituents used in the CleanStim™ formulation are the same ones you'll find in everyday items ranging from baby wipes to beer – and at similar concentrations. But as we note below, some of these materials are still considered hazardous based on their physical or health effects, a determination required by the federal government for all materials imported or manufactured in the United States. That's why we insist on employing the best practices available when it comes to handling those fluids, transporting them, storing them, and using them to help our customers produce energy for the American people.
A discrete chemical with its own specific name or identity that is contained in an additive or chemical product.
Term most commonly used to describe the broad family of chemicals or substances.
Chemical classification principles used by the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society. Descriptions of chemicals are listed by CAS number.
Common applications of the material that may be used in the home or on the job in various substances.
Hazard as Appears on MSDS
Indicates a hazardous constituent as defined on a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
Material Safety Data Sheet
*Concentration present in consumer product not publicly available