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ArcticCem Light

ArcticCem Light

The lightweight cement system is specially developed for cementing wells in permafrost rocks conditions and effectively solves the problems associated with these conditions, namely: interstring space leakage, thawing of rocks - an increase in the well diameter, cavitation, migration of gases and fluids - formation of channels / mud springs, absorption

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

Physical form: powder, gray to dark gray color
Water solubility: partial

PROPERTIES OF CEMENT STONE

Slurry density – from 1,35 g/cm3 to 1,7 g/cm3
WOC time – 6-8 hours
Compression strength at -5°C is not less than 3,5 MPa
Time of aggregation state changing is less than 40 minutes

PACKAGING AND STORAGE CONDITIONS

ArcticCem Light is packed in soft containers weighing up to 1 ton, equipped with a triple polyethylene liner.
The product should be stored in a dry place on pallets, away from moisture, open flames and heating appliances. After the bag has been opened, it must be carefully closed to avoid damage to the product.
The shelf life of the product is not less than 12 months.

CHEMICAL SPECIFICATION

ArcticCem Light is a multi-component mixture of materials, predominantly of inorganic origin

ADVANTAGES

Reduces well construction time (high typing strength speed and reduction in WOC time)
Prevents rock thawing (low hydration temperature and low thermal conductivity factor)
Prevents the formation of channels / mud springs (short time of aggregation state changing)

RESTRICTIONS CONCERNING THE USAGE

Operating temperature range: from -5°С to 20°С

USAGE

ArcticCem Light is used for cementing casing strings in the far north regions where permafrost intervals occur

ArcticCem Light is effective in lost circulation and low fracture zones. Tempers well in all types of mixing equipment

 

ArcticCem Light is effective at low temperatures – from -5 ° C to 20 ° C. If necessary, the Arctic Light system can further reduce the fluid loss of the cement slurry