Lost Circulation Materials

Hamilton loss circulation materials when introduced into the mud, reduces and eventually prevents the flow of drilling fluid into a weak, fractured or vugular formation. These materials are generally fibrous or plate-like in nature. In addition, popular lost circulation materials are low-cost waste products from the food processing or chemical manufacturing industries. Examples of lost circulation material include ground peanut shells, mica, cellophane, walnut shells, calcium carbonate, plant fibers, cottonseed hulls, ground rubber, and polymeric material. 

DescriptionPacking SizeComments
Cellulosic fibers 11.34 kg bag -
"Liquid Casing" 11.34 kg bag -
Calcium Carbonate F 25 kg bag -
Calcium Carbonate M 25 kg bag -
Calcium Carbonate C 25 kg bag -
Graphite 25 kg bag -
Mica F/M/C 25 kg bag -
OM Seal 11.34 kg bag -
Oyster Shells - -
Polysaccharide complex - -
Potassium aluminium silicat mineral - -
Sand Seal F/M/C - -
Shredded cedar fibre - -
Sized flakes or inert cellophane - -
Sized Graphite 25 kg bag -
Ultraseal XP 11.34 kg bag -
Ultraseal C 11.34 kg bag -
Venfyber 201 11.34 kg bag -
Walnut shell F/M/C 25 kg bag -
Delta "P" - -