Trading different types of minerals barite powder 4.2 for drilling

Trading different types of minerals barite powder 4.2 for drilling

Barite

The name of this mineral is taken from the Greek word meaning heavy. Its specific weight is about 4.5. This mineral is combined with BaSO4 in the group of waterless sulfates. Barite is seen as mass, grainy, radial, bullet and necrosis 1. Inkani is found in white, blue, red, yellow, gray, brown, green, black and colorless colors.

Barite-forming environments

Barite is often seen as waste in hydrometric veins with galena, sphalerite, fluorite, siderite, hematite and calcite minerals. Barite is also composed of sandstones, carbonate rocks, clayey rocks and silicate shales in the form of a stratigraphy. These deposits are known as the “Mississippi” (MVD) type deposits. Sometimes barite deposits come from spa springs. In massive sulfide deposits of krukoku type 2, which have a sedimentary volcanic origin, barite is seen in the upper and middle part of massive sulfide storage. If the barite rocks become weathered and erosion, the barite remains in place due to its high specific gravity and chemical resistance, and deposits are deposited on the remains. The barite grade in this type of deposits is often between 10% and 20%. More than 80 percent of the world’s barite production is used as a crop in the drilling of water and oil wells. Due to the high specific gravity of the flower produced from the barite powder, while forming a mud cake in the walls of the wells, by preventing the walls from sloping the wells, the material removed from the bottom of the well drowns out of the well. The purity of this type of barite is between 92% and 94%.

Barite is one of the main sources of barium in the chemical industry. The highest intake of barium is in the form of lithopone, which is a monolithic composition of barite and zinc sulfur. Lithopone is used as coloring agent in the coloring industry and in the textile industry. Barium sulfate deposits are used as a filler in the clothing and cosmetics industry as well as in white pigments. Barite in the rubber, paper, leather, glazing (smooth and transparent), ceramics (as glazes), insecticides, refractories, brake pads and atomic reactors (due to absorption of rays Gamma by barium). In the ceramic industry, the barium carbonate compound is used in the refining and producing industries of molasses and barium nitrate to produce bullets and explosive detonators. A mixture of rubber, asphalt and 10% with rite is used to cover the surface of car parks, roads and airports.

Trading different types of barite powder 4.2 for drilling

Powder barite drilling

Barite is a vital mineral in the oil and gas drilling industry. In the glass making, as a homogeneous melting agent, the bubble is reduced and the brightness and transparency of the product are applied. From beryllium in paint, plastic, paper and rubber are used as filler material. These minerals are also used in the field of medicine, radiation protection, alloys, explosives, and so on.

Barite drilling mud for high specific gravity of 4.2, the packaging Jumbo Bag 1.5 tons, 1000 tons monthly to 200 mesh powder in accordance with standard oil and gas drilling OCMA – API.

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