The Organoclay bentonite | Organophilic clay -specialized Zhejiang Camp-Shinning New Material CO.,LTD. and Hangzhou Camp-Shinning CO.,LTD. are subsidiaries of Camp-Shinning.
Camp-shinning concentrated on high value-added, high-technology organo bentonite series products, particularly in research, development, manufacturing, and sales of organic (solvent based organoclay) and inorganic bentonite (water based organoclay).
Our Organophilic bentonite clay finds widespread application in oil drilling mud, paint, coating, lubricating grease, adhesive, construction mortar, cosmetics, and waste water treatment, among other applications. A group of world-class professional users and distributors, such as SUN CHEMICAL,,SIEGWERK,LEHMANN &VOsS, and others, have acknowledged our dependable quality.
Current annual production of organic bentonite clay | organoclay is 20,000 metric tons, while refined bentonite production is 15,000 metric tons.
Our ISO 9001 quality system certification and IS014001 environmental management system certification, as well as our own mine with superior ore quality and production of proprietary technology, ensure the long-term quality and supply stability of our Organoclay bentonite | Organophilic clay.
Our mission is to provide users with superior Organoclay bentonite | Organophilic clay and services and to collaborate with them to achieve success and glory.
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Organoclay viscosifiers are organic clays that are dispersible, yield quickly, and are simple to use. Organic clays like these are used in solvent-based paints and oil drilling mud. They are also used for a variety of other purposes.
Organoclay viscosifier internal non-oleaginous phase
A non-oleaginous fluid internal phase may exist in an organoclay viscosifier. The fluid could be water, an oil-based liquid like mineral oil, or a salt solution. Sodium chloride, potassium chloride, calcium chloride, or a combination of these salts may be present.
A layered material used in drilling fluids is an organoclay viscosifier (OBM). It is a good dispersion medium and a stable substance at low temperatures.
Organoclay viscosifiers have been tested in the laboratory and shown to increase the viscosity of the organic phase in drilling fluids.
Because of its excellent rheological properties, this viscosifier is an excellent alternative to gelling agents.
It has excellent antisag properties and rapidly develops maximum rheological properties. It can be used as a gelling agent substitute in mud plant operations with low shear rates.
It has a higher pour point than commercial organoclay. This result is significant in drilling fluids because it allows for faster drilling rates.
It also has a lower apparent viscosity, which is required for efficient oil and gas well drilling. The distinction between the two viscosifiers is significant.
Oil-based drilling fluids contain organoclays. However, these viscosifiers have some limitations. High temperatures in drilling fluids can harm traditional organoclays.
Cationic clays and quaternary ammonium salts are used to make organoclays. They are relatively cheap and easily dispersed in oil.
Effect of oleaginous internal phase on wellbore fluid rheological profile
In one embodiment, an emulsifying agent stabilizes the oil-in-water wellbore fluid to form an invert emulsion. This fluid may contain an oleaginous internal phase or have a water/oil ratio less than 50/50.
Invert emulsions with a high internal-phase ratio may have rheological properties similar to the aqueous phase.
Shear strength increases linearly with shear rate when the oil-water ratio is less than 80. This is because the oil-water mixture has a low number of free droplets, which reduces internal friction.
When the oil-water ratio exceeds 80, shear stress increases in both phases.
The oil-water ratio is an important factor in determining a wellbore fluid’s shear stress and apparent viscosity.
Lowering the oil-water ratio reduces shear stress while increasing wellbore fluid viscosity. Temperature, on the other hand, has a significant impact on the shear stress of the oil-water mixture.
The oleaginous internal phase in wellbore fluid serves several purposes. The fluid is responsible for moving drill cuttings from the bottom of the hole to the surface, suspending cuttings when the wellbore is interrupted, and controlling subsurface pressures.
It also serves to keep the wellbore intact until the well section is finished. This fluid also cools and lubricates the drill string, allowing the wellbore penetration rate to be optimized.
Wellbore fluids based on oil may also have improved rheological and thermal-static properties.
The low-end rheology, plastic viscosity, and yield point of these oil-based fluids can be improved. Furthermore, these fluids may be compatible with brine chemistries and are not temperature sensitive.
The addition of an emulsifier to an oil-based wellbore fluid can improve the oil-water emulsion’s stability. Molecular weight contributions can be used to calculate the amount of lipophilic versus hydrophilic groups.
For a variety of reasons, oil-water emulsions containing organophilic clay (organoclay) are widely used in water-based drilling fluids.
Because of their excellent fluidity and stability, they are an excellent choice for drilling fluid systems. When exposed to higher temperatures, however, they exhibit insufficient rheological properties.
These properties can be improved and organoclay stabilized by using an oil-water emulsion.
Invert emulsifiers are another method for producing oleaginous-aqueous mixtures in wellbore fluids. This type of emulsifier can also be used to make a wellbore fluid that is free of solids.
Organoclay viscosifier is a kind of organic compound after dark treatment. Its main raw material is from basin clay.
It uses the lamellar structure of montmorillonite to expand and disperse into colloidal form in organic solvent. Some of us are treated in water and made by ion exchange technology and adding organic covering agent.
Organoclay OBM viscosifier can be used in various organic solvents or inorganic solvents, such as oil liquid resin to form gel, It also has good thixotropy, suspension and film-forming properties, Its most special feature is its high temperature stability, lubricity, water resistance and chemical stability.
Of course, its thixotropic property is one of the main factors that many users choose our organic bentonite. At present, whether in the paint and ink industry, oil drilling or grease industry, or sealant industry, our application of organic bentonite has considerable use value and is widely used in various industries.
When we mention the chemical advantages of our organobentonite | Organoclay viscosifier , people have to mention that, first of all, its suspension performance is obvious in oil field drilling, and its sincerity and thixotropy are also one of the reasons that are respected by everyone. At the same time, it can build a modified gel and effectively prevent sagging or leveling.
When you want to use our organic bentonite as an adhesive, you only know that the adhesive is better than acrylic paint ink, especially the base oil is mineral oil.
Of course, like anticorrosive paint, marine paint, asphalt primer, powder paint.
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