Soap Sticks, also known as foam sticks, contain surfactants that remove water from gas wells and increase gas production. The foaming action decreases the hydrostatic back-pressure, which leads to increased gas production.
Built for efficiency, Acid Sticks are primarily used in water injection wells to remove carbonate scale and rust deposits and also lower injection pressures.
Corrosion Inhibitor sticks are available in both oil soluble and water soluble. They are primarily used to control common corrosion problems found in oil and gas producing well systems.
Oil foam sticks are designed on the same principle as the soap stick, but used in wells that have a fluid column composed of 75% condensate or greater.
Paraffin Inhibitor Sticks are oil soluble sticks that release paraffin inhibitor to help prevent paraffin deposition from crude oil in production systems. They will not remove deposits already in place.
Scale Inhibitor sticks will prevent carbonate types of scale from depositing in casing, tubing and flow lines.
A blend of surfactants that produces high, stable foams in all brine and a wide range of pH’s. In addition to brine contamination, SI-403 will tolerate up to 10% oil, a moderate amount of amine-based corrosion inhibitor and 50% clay solids while still performing as an effective foaming agent. SI-403 is highly biodegradable.
Salt Inhibitor sticks help keep salt in solution by a chelating action, which helps prevent salt build-up in the tubing and perforations of a gas well.