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A blend of organic acids coupled with non-ionic and anionic surfactants that are designed to break existing damage caused by previous stimulation treatments. 


Used in conjunction with acid jobs and/or fracturing treatments. This is done in order to prepare the rock to minimize formation damage and cleaning up any residue left behind from the stimulation treatment as it is being produced back. 


Lowers the pH and uses a blend of anionic/non-ionic surfactants to recover unbroken gelled fluids used in fracturing treatments that have tendencies to plug pore-throats and may have been lost in and into the formation face. It is also used for the removal of swollen clays that have had invasion of foreign fluids. 


An excellent carrier and dispersant of fines and other insoluble materials that are naturally found in most formations. It is commonly used to break-up various irons as well as iron sulfide and is considered to be an excellent iron control. 


Delivers superior water wetting characteristics in carbonate, shale and sandstone reservoirs that aid in the recovery of insitu fluids that have been trapped in matrix of the formation. 


Excellent in the penetration and breaking of existing sludges created by previous acid jobs.


Recommended as a pre-soak or as a stimulation treatment to aid in the cleanup of contamination by other foreign fluids to the reservoir. Recommended volume of 50 to 100 gallons per foot of net pay. Volumes may change based on the severity of the damage and desired penetration in and into the formation.  

Formation Damage Removal (LDR-440)

SKU: PPC02212307
Call for details. (432) 232-1662
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