Well Cements Brochure
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CEMENT CEMENT The following table summarizes the key features and benefits of the company’s products: Cement Classes Products and Solutions for the Oil and Gas Industry Class A Ordinary grade Used in shallower (No C3A specification) applications or as a base material in combination Used at 46% H2O with admixtures for more (water/cement ratio) complex applications Comparable to ASTM Type I/II Portland Quality and Consistency for over 60 years Class G Used at 44% H2O Comparable to ASTM Type II or Type V Portland Cement Thickening times controllable with additives to help prevent loss of circulation up to 120º C (250º F) Service Lafarge well cement is available in oil and gas producing areas across North America. Trained and experienced well cement sales and technical staff members are committed to providing prompt and dependable technical service. Lafarge understands the importance of on-time delivery for oil and gas field work. Orders for well cements can be placed through Lafarge Customer Value Centers which are committed to timely and accurate order fulfillment. Orders can be processed and shipped 24/7. To assist customers with supply logistics, Lafarge offers Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI). The customer’s cement storage silo is equipped with an electronic level indicator. When the level of the cement in the silo reaches a certain point, the electronic indicator sends a signal to Lafarge and a load of cement is dispatched. Used at 38% H2O Lower blaine Fluid loss control Thickening times controllable with additives to help prevent loss of circulation up to 230º C (450º F) Low viscosity to help prevent loss of circulation Low fluid loss to help minimize cracking and gas migration Low permeability for zonal isolation and low gas migration Class G & H (common to both G & H) C3S content of 48% to 65% depending on Class Excellent retarder response for higher economic benefit in mix design C3A content of 0% to 8% depending on Class Low free fluids for cement integrity and long term performance Please contact your Lafarge representative for specific product information, availability and ordering. LAKES AND SEAWAY BUSINESS UNIT Bingham Farms, Michigan Customer Value Centers 1-800-263-3561 Montreal - English 1-800-565-3921 French 1-800-631-9134 RIVER BUSINESS UNIT Lee’s Summit, Missouri Customer Value Center 1-877-748-7282 U.S. EAST BUSINESS UNIT Alpharetta, Georgia Customer Value Center 1-800-331-0022 WESTERN BUSINESS UNIT Calgary, Alberta Customer Value Centers Manitoba/Saskatchewan 1-866-523-2743 Alberta 1-866-661-1522 British Columbia 1-877-998-1122 High sulfate resistance for high durability under harsh conditions Non-settling for uniformity in the column Limited Warranty Consistent quality for slurry design portability Where indicated, Lafarge warrants that Lafarge well cements meet applicable API requirements. Lafarge makes no other warranty, whether of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose with respect to these products. Having no control over their use, Lafarge cannot guarantee finished work in which these products are used. LAFARGE NORTH AMERICA INC. LAFARGE BUILDING MATERIALS INC. 12018 Sunrise Valley Drive Suite 500 Reston, VA 20191 LAFARGE CANADA INC. 334 avenue Avro Pointe-Claire, Quebec H9R 5W5

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HT-HP “thickening time” testing is part of the Joppa Plant quality control process. Test temperatures reach as high as 315º C (600º F). Clinker quality controlled by microscopy. Ultrasonic Cement Analyzer (UCA) testing tracks compressive strength in slurry as a function of time. The Brookfield Plant, located 80 km (50 mi) from Halifax, Nova Scotia, supplies well cements for on and off-shore oil and gas sites across Atlantic Canada. The American Petroleum Institute (API) is recognized worldwide. The API Monogram denotes that the producing plant’s Quality Management System meets API Q1 and...

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HT-HP “thickening time” testing is part of the Joppa Plant quality control process. Test temperatures reach as high as 315º C (600º F). Clinker quality controlled by microscopy. Ultrasonic Cement Analyzer (UCA) testing tracks compressive strength in slurry as a function of time. The Brookfield Plant, located 80 km (50 mi) from Halifax, Nova Scotia, supplies well cements for on and off-shore oil and gas sites across Atlantic Canada. The American Petroleum Institute (API) is recognized worldwide. The API Monogram denotes that the producing plant’s Quality Management System meets API Q1 and...

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HT-HP “thickening time” testing is part of the Joppa Plant quality control process. Test temperatures reach as high as 315º C (600º F). Clinker quality controlled by microscopy. Ultrasonic Cement Analyzer (UCA) testing tracks compressive strength in slurry as a function of time. The Brookfield Plant, located 80 km (50 mi) from Halifax, Nova Scotia, supplies well cements for on and off-shore oil and gas sites across Atlantic Canada. The American Petroleum Institute (API) is recognized worldwide. The API Monogram denotes that the producing plant’s Quality Management System meets API Q1 and...

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CEMENT CEMENT The following table summarizes the key features and benefits of the company’s products: Cement Classes Products and Solutions for the Oil and Gas Industry Class A Ordinary grade Used in shallower (No C3A specification) applications or as a base material in combination Used at 46% H2O with admixtures for more (water/cement ratio) complex applications Comparable to ASTM Type I/II Portland Quality and Consistency for over 60 years Class G Used at 44% H2O Comparable to ASTM Type II or Type V Portland Cement Thickening times controllable with additives to help prevent loss of...

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CEMENT CEMENT The following table summarizes the key features and benefits of the company’s products: Cement Classes Products and Solutions for the Oil and Gas Industry Class A Ordinary grade Used in shallower (No C3A specification) applications or as a base material in combination Used at 46% H2O with admixtures for more (water/cement ratio) complex applications Comparable to ASTM Type I/II Portland Quality and Consistency for over 60 years Class G Used at 44% H2O Comparable to ASTM Type II or Type V Portland Cement Thickening times controllable with additives to help prevent loss of...

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