Organophilic clay

Hydrophobic, clay-based material with organic affinity.

Organophilic clay is a clay-based material modified to have a strong affinity for organic compounds. It possesses hydrophobic properties, meaning it repels water while attracting and adsorbing organic molecules. This makes it useful in various applications, such as oil drilling fluids, paint additives, and wastewater treatment for organic pollutant removal.

Energy Sector

Organophilic clay finds several applications in the energy sector. One significant use is in drilling fluids for oil and gas exploration. It helps control the rheology and filtration properties of drilling mud, improving wellbore stability and reducing fluid losses. Additionally, organophilic clay is employed in the formulation of lubricants, greases, and oil-based drilling fluids, enhancing their viscosity, suspension, and thixotropic properties. It also plays a role in the production of synthetic oils and fuels.

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