Granular biocide for microbial control
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2K7 Granular / 2K7 Water Soluble Paks
2K7 Granular and 2K7 Water Soluble Paks are a solid end use 2-Bromo-2-nitropropane-1,3-diol (BNPD) product used to control microbial contamination. They are a non-ionic, balanced, broad-spectrum dry-add solid biocide.
|2K7 Granular||2K7 Water Soluble Pak|
|Appearance||White to Off-white free flowing solid||White to off-white solid packaged in a clear water-soluble bag. The water-soluble bag is contained in a protective outer bag that is removed just prior to application.|
|Density||1.2-1.9 g/mL (10.01-15.86 lbs/Gal)|
|Solubility||Water soluble to 280 g/L||Water soluble packaging dissolves in 44 Seconds at 20 °C (68 °F). Package contents are water soluble to 280 g/L|
|pH||5.0-7.0 (1% w/w Solution)|
2K7 Granular / Water Soluble Paks Features and Benefits
- Broad spectrum, non-selective antimicrobial chemistry
- Non-ionic, highly compatible with other industrial chemicals
- Balanced efficacy (good balance between speed and length of protection)
- 2K7 Water Soluble Paks avoid chemical contact – just open outer bag and toss the pak in
- Effective in high TDS and dissolution challenges – 2K7 Granular pours through oil skins
2K7 Granular / Water Soluble Paks Recommended Uses
- Dry addition (including batch addition) for treating high water volumes including addition into Frac, Saddle, Buffer and Settling tanks.
- Within Completions activities, 2K7 Water Soluble Paks can be used to:
- Pre Treat Tanks
- Topping Up Buffer/Working Tanks
- Fluid Transfer Control (Trucking, Pipeline, Lay Flat Hosing)
- Fluid Staging – Tanks and Pits (Long Term Control)
- Asset Layup or Cleaning
- 2K7 Granular and 2K7 Water Soluble Paks are a registered biocide. Please refer to product label for approved directions for use.
- 2K7 Granular is available in pails in North America.
- 2K7 Water Soluble Paks are available as boxes of 25 x 1Kg (2.2 lbs) bags in North America.
OSP 2K7 WATER SOLUBLE PAKS REDUCE BACTERIAL LOAD IN COILED TUBING FLUID IN THE EAGLE FORD
Coiled tubing (CT) is used for a variety of operations in oil and gas wells, including mill out of bridge plugs after cemented liner plug-and-perf stimulation. With each trip in or out of the wellbore, the CT string incurs a certain amount of fatigue that can be estimated using simulation software based on the CT outside diameter (OD) and material grade. CT units are retired at 80% of predicted fatigue. CT manufacturers have increasing empirical evidence showing that CT units experience premature string failures (below 80% fatigue) in certain areas, such as the Eagle Ford, Haynesville formations and Permian basin in Texas, and the Horn River and Montney formations in northern British Columbia. These string failures manifest in the form of pinholes and parting of the pipe. If these failures occur above ground, safety risks are a major concern. If they occur downhole, as detected by a sudden drop in tubing weight, the project is delayed and the costs of fishing out the broken pipe is incurred as well as the loss of the CT unit for future operations.