In many pipeline systems gas has a tendency to carry salt from the well bore. As the salt begins to slow down the flow of gas, the salt often starts to build up, creating a blockage. Pipeline salt dissolver is an effective product for use in dealing with this problem. It has the same chemical composition as our regular salt dissolver without the surfactant. This eliminates foaming problems in the pipeline, meter sites, and compressor stations.
Pipeline salt dissolver can be poured into the system or injected using a pump. It is necessary to treat the system with 5 to 10 gallons of pipeline salt dissolver depending on the severity of the blockage. After the first usage, it is important to start a treatment program of 2 to 4 gallons per week. A very inexpensive method would use a treating bottle (soap bottle), letting a small amount drip into the pipeline system. Always use a pipeline drip when treating with large amounts of pipeline salt dissolver.
Pipeline salt dissolver will freeze.
5 GALLON PAILS.
55 GALLON PLASTIC DRUMS.
Pipeline Salt Inhibitor is a liquid of amino acid amides and phosphates used to dissolve and inhibit precipitation of sodium chloride salt from high chloride brines. Pipeline Salt Inhibitor eliminates salt buildup on tubular goods, meter runs, chokes, and etc.
Pipeline Salt Inhibitor controls salt deposition over the wide temperature and pressure ranges encountered from the bottom of the hole to the surface in producing wells.
Pipeline Salt Inhibitor is a unique blend which removes salt deposits by allowing treatment fluids to carry very high salt saturation. Pipeline Salt Inhibitor enables the fresh water to break up and dissolve salt build up. Normally produced waters are saturated with salt for a given pressure and temperature. Where any kind of temperature and pressure drop is encountered salt deposits start to form. Fresh water treatments alone are not always effective because a large amount of salt dissolves into the treatment before it reaches the buildup. Pipeline Salt Inhibitor allows salt concentration up to 40%, so that even once the fresh water has picked up salt it still is effective in dissolving the deposit. Pipeline Salt Inhibitor also chelates iron, which often accompanies salt buildup. Pipeline Salt Inhibitor works with dispersant treatments and anionic foamers. There are no surfactants in the pipeline inhibitor, therefore you will need to use a surfactant along with the inhibitor to de-oil any oil-wet salt deposits.
Dosage requirements will vary with brine, temperature changes, solids concentration, pH and contact time. Generally, 5% by volume of fresh water is recommended for batch treatments. For continuous treatment 250-1000 ppm neat chemical should be added to the brine. High degrees of salt super-saturation and rapid or wide temperature or pressure changes require the higher levels of treatment.
Appearance : Clear to Amber liquid
Weight per gallon : 8.2 lbs.
Flash point (TOC) : 118°F
pH as supplied : 5.0-7.0
Fresh water! Brine : Soluble
Oil : Insoluble
5 GALLON PAILS
55 GALLON PLASTIC DRUMS
Freight classification: Combustible Liquid N.O.S., (contains Methanol), Cl Combustible, NA 1993, PG 111, ERG 128
When Packaged in containers under 119 gallons and shipped by Highway North America. Product can be shipped as Not Regulated under 49CFR 173.120(b) (2).
SALT DISSOLVER: cleans major salt deposits in perforations and casings.
SALT DISSOLVE STICKS: helps keep the salt in solution by salt chelating action and helps prevent sodium chloride build-up.