ULTRA DR
DESCRIPTION

Ultra DR 1 and DR 2 incorporate high quality drag reducing additives suspended in low aromatic oil that yields quickly and effectively promotes laminar flow. These Ultra DR suspensions are typically added continuously during pumping operations while reducing pumping hydraulics. Depending upon the temperature and Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) level of the fracturing fluid system, the typical concentration for Ultra DR 1 is 0.060 to 0.250 gal per 1,000 gal with hydration rates from 20 to 30 seconds and Ultra DR 2 is 0.167 to 0.500 gal per 1,000 gal with hydration rates from 60 to 80 seconds. Ultra DR Suspension packaging can be customized to meet specific requirements.

FEATURES
• Promotes simple on-the-fly addition at low or high dosages
• Efficiently performs and quickly hydrates in low (DR 1) and high (DR 2) TDS waters
• Sustains drag reduction up to 10 minutes at 150,000 Re
• May be modified to meet pumping requirements and/or specific objectives
• Non-damaging to the reservoir when used with TBC-Brinadd polymer breaker additives, Breake® C, Breake RC, Breake C-L, Breake RC-L, Breake CG and Ultra Breake MG

PROPERTIES
  Ultra DR 1 Ultra DR 2
Appearance: Tan liquid Tan liquid
Charge: Anionic Anionic
TDS performance level, ppm: 0 -<1000,000 <200,000
Specific Gravity (g/mL): 1.05-1.07 0.97-0.99
Pour Point, ASTM D97: -12.0°C (10.4°F) -12.0°C (10.4°F)
Flash Point, ASTM D93 90.6°C (195°F) 93.8°C (200.9°F)

ULTRA DR 1
























 
Ultra DR 1 concentration, gal/1,000 gal 0.063 0.125 0.250
Maximum friction reduction, % 57.98 63.26 63.96
Maximum friction reduction obtained, min:sec 0:45 0:38 0:20

Testing Parameters:
• Pump rate, gal/min: 30
• Reynolds number, Re: 150,000
• Average temperature, ºC/⁰F: 21.1/70.0
• Independent laboratory: RJ Lee Group

ULTRA DR 2

 
Ultra DR 2 concentration, gal/1,000 gal 0.167 0.333 0.500
Maximum friction reduction, % 55.35 59.23 61.93
Maximum friction reduction obtained, min:sec 1:20 1:27 1:02

Testing Parameters:
• Pump rate, gal/min: 30
• Reynolds number, Re: 150,000
• Average temperature, ºC/⁰F: 21.1/70.0
• Independent laboratory: RJ Lee Group