Sulphonated asphalts

Sulphonated asphalts

Sulphonated asphalt have effective properties and wide uses in drilling fluid additive it’s water soluble and slightly in oil soluble, Sulphonated asphalt look brown it will simply soluble in compositions.It can emulsify water with oil, depress the solid enlargement. It additionally helps to regulate low cutting rate and cleans the hole. It stabilizes well hole to prevent any collusion.
Sulphonated asphalts is a different form of sodium Sulphonated mineral compound. Its versatile mud conditioner contributes to the steadiness of mud. It acts as another to oil usage etc. and aids emulsification of oil. This chemical used for sedimentary rock management losses of water rising. It is mix of Gilsonite, blown asphalt, lignite, sodium hydroxide and mixture of latter compounds.

Sulphonated asphalts

Sulphonated asphalt additive technology also uses with Gilsonite and bitumen in terms of particle size. As a sulfonated/reactive material, Sulphonated asphalts agent options a good vary of particle sizes from soluble to mixture, together with sizes such as that of ground materials. The wide selection of sizes provides a high chance of getting a particle size needed for penetration into varied kinds of cracks via sulphonated asphalts

Benefit of Using Sulphonated asphalt

  • Lubricate mud thus reducing torsion and drag of the formation or cutting
  • Seals little fractures in stressed sedimentary rock formulation.
  • Prevents bit and down hole assembly bailing by preferentially oil wetting the drill string.
  • Good cooler thus reduces the down hole with temperature fluid loss and contributes to corrosion inhibition.
  • Inhibits swelling clay and water wetting of shale’s
  • Reduces HTHP (High Temperature High Pressure) Fluid Loss
  • Sulponated Asphalt Improves Filter cake Quality and helps seal small fractures
Sulphonated asphalts

Specifications of Sulphonated asphalt


Black powder

Ph Value




Sodium Sulfonate base


Water soluble content


Oil soluble content


HTHP Fluid loss


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