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31 Oct 2015

Cuttings solidification unit ( or called stabilization unit) is GN new designed products in 2015, which can be used in different industries as below:

1 After drilling waste management system, after treated by the high-G drying shaker and decanter centrifuge and vertical cuttings dryer, the solids after solidification are sufficiently high structural integrity to allow transport and /or disposal of the solid without requiring secondary containment. By using the GN drilling cuttings treatment system firstly before solidification, the purpose is to use less chemicals and less the total cost, and get better solidification performance.

drilling cuttings solidsfication unit

2 The cuttings stabilization unit can be used directly with the drilling cuttings waste increased by water based mud and oil based mud solids control system. Just sometimes in actual operation, when the fluids content is too big in the rigsite, it is not easy to get goods solidification performance, you have to use more chemicals, but chemical is a big cost for the total cost of drilling waste management. If you use too much chemicals and pay for more money on solidification process, the other drilling waste management solutions will be more effective compared with the solidification unit. So use a GN drilling waste drying equipment before cuttings solidification unit, including but not limit to hi-G dryer shaker, decanter centrifuge, vertical cuttings dryer.

3 The solidification unit can also less the cost of transportation of the drilling cuttings waste, and also make the cuttings easy to be removed without spray to the farmer’s land and increase complains concern. Some drilling companies use cuttings solidification unit to treat part of their waste at the rigsite, and transport the other part to other factory for treatment. Some clients use solidification unit with GN drilling cuttings management equipments together to have all waste treated on the rigsite, to save much money for transportation.



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