Shale Inhibitor | Endura CS™

SACHEM’s Endura CS™ and Endura CSG™ shale inhibitors for drilling fluids are engineered compounds to help  improve borehole stability.  For drilling fluids, shale inhibitors stabilize reactive Shale inhibitorclay(s) encountered during drilling to help reduce or prevent bit balling, washouts and borehole instability.  They prevent hydrated reactive clay form sticking to the surface of the bit and creating a bit balling problem that may significantly decrease rate of penetration.  In addition, drilling through water sensitive formations needs an inhibitive drilling fluid system to maintain borehole stability and to prevent washouts.

SACHEM’s shale inhibitors offer high performance, significant cost savings and excellent product quality control

  • The liquids are easy to mix on site which also enables the desired dosage in the fracturing fluid.
  • No field mixing or filtering equipment is needed, resulting in a smaller footprint for mixing and storage, and lower potential loss associated from bags or bag disposal.

Different formations behave differently and one should choose the best product for the reservoir/formation and fluid formulation and drilling bore hole and environment.

Shale Inhibitors

Endura CS™ 7813
Tetramethylammonium Chloride (TMACl) 50% AQ
CAS# 75-57-0
SDS | [sachem_forms:F61] | Sample Request | Quote Request
Endura CSG™ 7820
Proprietary Blend (Non D.O.T. Hazardous)
[sachem_forms:F60] | Sample Request | Quote Request
Endura CSG™ 7930
Proprietary Blend (Outperforms Most Clay Stabilizers)
[sachem_forms:930-USA] | Sample Request | Quote Request

SACHEM has been a leading supplier of products used in fracturing applications for more than 20 years. Our product precision expertise enables the design of molecules to achieve specific goals. With SACHEM’s Endura CS™ and CSG™ class we want to help our customers achieve increasingly better quality, performance and safety standards. Contact us for the following test results, Capillary Suction Test (CST), Linear Swelling Meter (LSM), and Visual Swelling Test (VST). We love to talk chemistry!