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High Density High Intensity Proppant
- Mar 06, 2018 -

High Density High Intensity Proppant Basic Info

Product Description

  • Type: Heavy Crude Oil

  • Proppants Specification: ISO

  • Application: Proppant

  • Proppants Origin: China

Ceramic Proppant is also well known as Ceramic Sand or Fracturing Proppant, which is key materials used in Oilfiled/Gasfield to stimulate production. Proppant with different Property will have different effect on Production of Oil and Gas. Genrally, higher strength will cause higher production. It an be divided into different Series according to Anti-Crushing Strength, Grit Size, and the Bulk Density, Please fins below the detailed Specifications:
Devided by Anti-Crushing Strength
52 Mpa (105 KN) / 69 Mpa (140 KN) / 86 Mpa (174 KN)
Devided by Bulk Density
Low Density Proppant / Medium Density Proppant / High Density Proppant
Devided by Grit Size
Proppants Mesh Sizes: 12-18 / 12-20 / 16-20 / 16-30 / 20-40 / 30-50 / 40-60 / 40-70

High Density High Intensity Proppant      
High Density High Intensity Proppant Physical Property:
Size   Properties   12/20 16/20   16/30   20/40
Density g/cc Apparent density (g/cc) ≤ 3.40 ≤ 3.40 ≤ 3.40 ≤ 3.40
Bulk Density (g/cc)   ≤ 1.90 ≤ 1.90 ≤ 1.90 ≤ 1.90
Sphericity ≥ 0.9 ≥ 0.9 ≥ 0.9 ≥ 0.9
Roundness ≥ 0.9 ≥ 0.9 ≥ 0.9 ≥ 0.9
Turbility NTU 80 80 80 80
Acid solubility (12%HCL+3%HF)% ≤ 6 ≤ 6 ≤ 6 ≤ 6
Crush resistance % 52MPa     ≤ 5  
69MPa ≤ 8   ≤ 7 ≤ 7   ≤ 4
86MPa       ≤ 7
Solubility in Water Insoluble
Appearance & Odor Appearance of black or brow in granules.
Other Property:
Flash Point Non flammable
Reactivity Stability Stable
Toxcity:
Oral   This material is not toxic.
Dermal   This Material is not an irritant w hen applied to the skin.
Health Hazard Data
Proppants Inhalation   Dust may cause respiratory tract irritation on prolonged contact.
Eye contact   May cause irritation on contact.
Emergency and First Aid Procedures
Inhalation   Remove affected person from source of exposure. Get medical attention if irritation persists.
Proppants Ingestion   No treatment is necessary unless large quantities are ingested. Seek medical advice if large quantities are ingested.
Eye Contact   Immediately flush eyes w ith large amounts of w ater. Get medical attention if irritation persists.
Skin Contact   Wash the affected area w ith soap and w ater. Get medical attention if irritation persists.


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