CIP-25 are water-soluble pellets containing Ammonium Quaternary Salt in pellet form and are designed to release corrosion inhibitor and control corrosion from various sources. CIP-25 exhibit surface activity which aids in solids removal and control while helping the breeding grounds for micro-organisms. CIP-25 can be used to control corrosion in oil wells, gas wells, and cooling towers.
CIP-25 are primarily recommended for use to control corrosion and aid in solids removal while helping breeding grounds for micro-organisms in water injection systems (tanks, wells, and flow lines). CIP-25 can be used to treat certain hard-to-reach areas in water injection systems. Dead areas such as rat-hole, annulus space above the packer, and the bottom of the water supply tanks may be reached and more easily treated with CIP-25.
CIP-25 dissolve slowly and release the chemical into the system. The amount required is based on the volume of water to be treated and severity of corrosion attack to the metal surfaces. The best results are achieved by using a larger initial slug treatment (30 to 60 PPM daily) based on the weight of total water volumes produced until the corrosion problem is under control or desired amine residual achieved, then reduce to smaller periodic treatments (15 to 30 PPM daily) thereafter. EXAMPLE: An initial slug treatment of 60 PPM would require approximately 2.10 lbs of CIP-25 per 100 BBL (4,200 gallons) of water to be treated. A small application scoop is provided with each container of product sold.
|Color||White||Solubility in Water||100%|
|pH||7-8||Solubility in Brine||100%|
|Specific Gravity||1.048-1.096||Solubility in Crude||Insoluble|
Safety and Handling
Please refer to SDS prior to using this product. As with all industrial chemicals, contact with eyes or skin should be avoided. If contact with skin is made wash thoroughly with water. Pellets should be stored in a cool dry place. Always remove pellets from the container with the provided scoop while wearing rubber gloves to avoid skin contact. Goggles are advised.