The Human Factor is one of the most important factors to consider when designing your microbial mitigation programs. Lab data, product data, experience, expertise, and know-how can create effective programs for control, but one must always factor in human control when executing an application on site. Each component is connected to the overall success, and changes can be difficult to balance. It’s not just about ease of use of the components put together, but also streamlining decisions, so the challenges that inevitably arise, are easily managed. Using a non-ionic biocide like 2K7 helps relieve potential compatibility issues that can pop up on site. Knowing the biocide component of your completions effort will not be affected by adjusting the other chems is piece of mind, and one less thing that we as humans can overlook in the heat of the frac.

~ Virginia Wornstaff, CTO