Annie Chemie P Ltd is engaged in manufacture of Hydraulic Fracking Chemicals or Shale Gas Fracturing Chemicals. We offer Encapsulated Gel Breaker, Boron and Zirconium based Crosslinkers for Guar, Ammonium Persulfate, Potassium Persulfate, Friction reducer, Corrosion Inhibitor, Clay Stabilizer, Flow Diverting Agent, Scale Inhibitor, KCl Substitute, DDAC BHMT THPS ATMP Glutaraldehyde, Sodium Glutaraldehyde Bisulfite Biocides, is offered. All the Information on Physics, Chemistry, Applications, Uses and Technology on Manufacture of Slick Water is in these pages.
Zirconium based Crosslinker for Guar in Shale Gas Fracturing, Powder, Solution in Solvent and Encapsulated Slow Release
Guar based fracturing: In guar based method sand particles are suspended in thickened guar slurry. The chemicals as required are added to the slurry. The gel or thickening agent is formed with one of the many methods of which Zirconium based crosslinker is one of the methods.
Zirconium based cross-linked fluids: Zirconium salts are known to crosslink the guar-based gels. The cross-linking mechanism is not reversible. So once the proppant is pumped down along with the cross-linked gel, the fracturing part is done. The gels are broken down with appropriate breakers.
We offer Zirconium based powder or zirconium in solvent and also encapsulated temperature based slow release zirconium crosslinker.
After the fracture is complete, the viscosity of the fluid is decreased by oxidizing agents and the collapse of fracture is controlled by sand particles.
Fracturing Chemical Manufacturers:
Annie Chemie P Ltd.
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