Closure Stress (PSI)
Recommended Bottomhole Temp (°F)
Wells completed with in-basin material are 70% more likely to see proppant flowback issues which cause operational inefficiencies and slows production and returns. Backstop is coated in-basin using a Permian Regional Frac Sand to ensure your proppant stays where it belongs - in your well. Backstop is pressure activated and compatible with varying pH conditions.
CoolSet curable resin-coated sand sets in fractures to prevent proppant flowback at reservoir temperatures between 100°F and 170°F; with a closure stress of up to 14,000 psi. This reliable proppant, which is frac-fluid and breaker friendly, enhances conductivity and increases hydrocarbon production without activator.
Super LC curable resin-coated sand, the first patented resin-coated sand to serve the oil and gas industry, prevents proppant flowback and improves conductivity compared to raw sand. The ideal application for Super LC is within the temperature range of 100°F and 280°F with a closure stress of up to 12,000 psi.
THS precured resin-coated sand increases conductivity compared to raw frac sand and is ideally suited for wells up to 17,000 psi closure stress and between 200°F and 400°F bottomhole temperature. THS resists proppant flowback in high temperature and closure stress wells, while providing outstanding conductivity and protection from fines generation.
TLC precured resin-coated sand increases conductivity compared to raw frac sand and is ideally suited for intermediate-stress wells up to 14,000 psi and between 100°F and 400°F bottomhole temperature. TLC resists proppant flowback in medium-high temperature- and closure.