UNIVERSAL offers a variety of corrosion inhibitors grouped as organic or inorganic. When added to a liquid or gas, corrosion inhibitors slow the rate at which materials, such as steel, alloy or other metal material degrade. Their application and effectiveness are dependent upon the system of the material that the inhibitor must work in, the chemicals that are present in that system and their relative quantities. Given the fact that corrosion is one if not the most expensive problem in the oil patch we are proud to introduce our line of cost-effective corrosion inhibitors. UNICOR 35 (Gas Line Corrosion Inhibitor (H2S)

UNICOR 35

Function: 

Tubing Displacement of large batch method UNICOR 35 to be used.
Dump Boiler Method: 8 to 20 Liters initial dosing followed 8 to 20 liters every 2 -3 weeks. Well should be shut for 2- 3 hrs. After treatment.
Circulation and park method: Batch 35 -70 liters of the product down annulus & circulate around to leave inhibitor in the annulus.
Squeeze Method: Average concentration of 100000ppm per barrel of lease crude or other hydrocarbon solvents.

UNIHIB (Packer Fluid)

Function: 

UNIHIB controls corrosion of tubing and casing strings when use d in work over or packer brines, including sodium chloride, calcium chloride, sodium bromide, calcium bromide and zinc bromide. UNIHIB is designed for use in clear brines, but is applicable in viscosities completion or drilling fluids. Pilottestingforcompatibilityisrecommendedfor thisapplication.UNIHIBcanbeaddeddirectlytothebrinewithoutspecialmixingequipmentoragitation.
UNIHIB functions as an oxygen scavenger, a surfactant, and a bactericide. It also contains a scale inhibitor that helps reduce the amount of scale and precipitate formed inside tubing and casing.

UNICOR-101 (High Film Persistent Crude Oil Corrosion Inhibitor)

Function: 

UNICOR-101 should be batched into the crude oil production well, either neat, or dispersed in water or clean hydrocarbon. The quantity of corrosion inhibitor required to control corrosion is Dependent on the well depth, water cut and production. Circulation of the well may be performed to displace the crude oil line corrosion inhibitor to the bottom of the well. To treat crude oil flow lines and gas gathering lines, This inhibitor should be dispersed in clean hydrocarbon (for example, diesel) at a ratio of 1 part of corrosion inhibitor to 1 to 8 parts of hydrocarbon. Ideally, the mixture should be displaced down the lines between pigs.

UNICOR-102 (Corrosion Inhibitor to Control Corrosion in Oil Production)

Function: 

This inhibitor should be batched into the crude oil production well, dispersed in water or clean hydrocarbon. The quantity of corrosion inhibitor required to control corrosion is dependent on the well depth, water cut and production. Circulation of the well may be Performetod displace the corrosion inhibitor to the bottom of the well. To treat crude oil flow lines and gas gathering lines, Such type of inhibitor should be dispersed in clear hydrocarbon (for example, diesel) at a ratio of 1 part of corrosion inhibitor to 1 to 8 parts of hydrocarbon. Ideally, the mixture should be displaced down the lines between pigs.

 

UNICOR-103 (Corrosion Inhibitor to Protect Oilfield Tubular Goods)

Function: 

UNICOR-103 controls corrosion of tubing and casing strings when used in work over or Packer brines, including sodium chloride, calcium chloride, sodium bromide, calcium bromide and Zinc bromide. This corrosion inhibitor is designed for use in clear brines but can be used in Viscosified completion or drilling fluids. Pilot testing for compatibility is recommended for this application. For treatment of clear brine fluids, one 55gal (208L) drum of this corrosion inhibitor should be added to 100 bairels (15.9 m3) of brine. This is equal to 0.55 gal/bbl (13.1 L/m3) or 5 lb/bbl (14.3 kg/m3) such corrosion inhibitor can be added directly to the brine without special Mixing equipment or agitation.

UNICOR-104 ( Filming Amines Surfactants, Crude Oil Line Corrosion Inhibitor)

Function: 

UNICOR- 104 should be batched into the crude oil production well, either neat, or dispersed in clean hydrocarbon. The quantity of crude oil line corrosion inhibitor required to control corrosion is Dependent on the well depth, water cut and production. Circulation of the well may be performed to displace the corrosion inhibitor to the bottom of the well.
To treat crude oil flow lines and gas gathering lines, this crude oil line corrosion inhibitor can either be applied neat or dispersed in clean hydrocarbon (for example, diesel) at a maximum ratio of 1 part of corrosion inhibitor to 8 parts of hydrocarbon. Ideally, the mixture should be displaced down the lines between pigs. The volume of UNICOR- 104 required to lay a uniform film on the metal surface may be determined from the following relationship:
Liters = Line (Km) X pipe diameter (mm) X 0.0798 X desired film thickness (mil)

UNICOR-105 (Water Soluble Organophosphorus Corrosion Inhibitor)

Function: 

UNICOR-105 is effective at relatively low concentrations in all water base muds. UNICOT-105 has proven to be particularly useful in reducing oxygen corrosion in aerated muds, low solids, no dispersed, polymer muds, and potassium muds. The product should be evenly dispersed throughout the circulating mud system and can be added either through the chemical barrel or directly to the mud pits wherever good agitation occurs. The recommended initial treatment of UNICOR-105 is 2 to 4 gal/100 bbl (0.5 to 1.0 L/m3) depending on anticipated conditions, other chemicals used in the system, and the corrosive environment, salinity, pH, temperature, oxygen content and acid gases. If the corrosion rate is unacceptably high, the concentration should be increased to at least 7 gal/100 bbl (1.7 L/m3). For aerated systems, an initial treatment of 12 gal/100 bbl (2.9 L/m3) is recommended. The corrosion rates should be monitored at all times with corrosion coupons and treatments should be adjusted according to their analysis. A good corrosion control program includes a thorough makeup water analysis, chemical treatments for corrosive contaminants and an adequate bacterial control for systems that contain biodegradable additives.

UNICOR-106

Function: 

UNICOR-106 has exhibited excellent partitioning of protection in bubble testing, good inhibition against galvanic attack and jet impingement and excellent performance under severe HTHP flow loop 5 bar CO, 10 bar total pressure at 850C. UNICOR-106 is recommended for continuous injection, with a typical dosage rate of 10 to 50 ppm for crude oil production systems and 0.1 to 0.4 liters per 1000 cubic meters of gas or 50 to 100 ppm on total gas-associated fluids.

UNICOR-107

Function: 

UNICOR-107 can be applied neat or be diluted with freshwater to required drum strength. For continuous injection, the typical dosage rate is 10 to 50 ppm.

UNICOR-108

Function: 

UNICOR-108 is effective against C02 corrosion, as well as H2S corrosion. The product is water-soluble and will partition readily to the water phase. The environmental concerns that are associated with the use of some water-soluble corrosion inhibitors are not a concern for this product. Such inhibitor has an extremely low marine toxicity, does not have a tendency to bioaccumulation and is readily biodegradable. Continuous treatment with 1 to 5ppm of UNICOR-108 is recommended based upon the total liquid volume, if the water cut is below The recommended dosage is 20 to 50 ppm, based on water volume, if the water cutis above 5. Optimization of treatment should be performed according to corrosion monitoring results.