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Hybrid Nano-composite coatings are a high toughness, durable Nano-composite coating that is molecularly bonded to the surface of steel. The coating combines the properties and reliability of …

Hybrid Nano-composite coatings are a high toughness, durable Nano-composite coating that is molecularly bonded to the surface of steel. The coating combines the properties and reliability of extremely tough, durable, and corrosion resistant engineering thermoplastics, with the abrasion resistance and durability of glass-ceramics. Using proprietary chemistries, this hybrid Nano-composite is applied and molecularly bonded to the surface of steel, forming a permanent, durable, abrasion and corrosion resistant coating.

• True molecular, covalent bonding to the steel surface using advanced coating chemistries and steel surface treatments to produce a true molecular bond that will not fail in service. No undercutting or attach through defects are possible, since the coating is permanently adhered to the surface.

• Extreme toughness and flexibility. By hybridizing the ceramic-like high durability, molecular bonded phase with engineering thermoplastic materials at the Nano-scale, a material with higher ductility than steel, but hardness similar to glass and ceramic materials is created. The unique fusion of high hardness, and durability/resiliency creates an extremely abrasion resistant, yet amazingly resilient surface.

• High hardness and abrasion resistance. Because of the ceramic network of the hybrid Nano-composite coatings, the coatings are nearly as hard as glass, and are largely ceramic. This hardness is combined with the toughness derived from the engineering thermoplastic interpenetrating network and this combination of hardness and toughness is what makes hybrid Nano-composites more abrasion resistant than any other low cost coating solution.

• High temperature stability. Hybrid Nano-composite coatings have been tested in air environments up to temperature extremes of 800F and higher. Long term durability at 400F has been demonstrated in hydroclave testing with our high toughness pipe ID Nano-composite coatings.

• Cost-effective. Because the hybrid Nano-composites are applied and heat-cured similar to fusion bond epoxy coatings, costs are lower than for any similar performing coating system.

• Hydrophobic and omniphobic properties. Base materials are hydrophobic, shedding water and providing very low frictional flow resistance, which can increase flow. Advanced versions in development using high surface energy additives can be made omniphobic, shedding both oil and water fluids.

• Low surface energy and flow resistance: Hybrid Nano-composite coatings fill and smooth surface defects, providing a Nano-smooth surface like glass. This, combined with their extremely low surface energy create a very low flow resistance, reducing pumping losses in long drill strings and production tubing.

Call us for a complimentary consultation at: 405.509.9291 or Email us at: info@ener-corr.com

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  • 1. NanoTech HPC Nano Technology Hybrid Pipe Coating Corrosion & Abrasion Solutions
  • 2. • Hybrid Nano composite coatings are a high toughness, durable Nano composite coating that is molecularly bonded to the surface of steel. • The coating combines the properties and reliability of extremely tough, durable, and corrosion resistant engineering thermoplastics, with the abrasion resistance and durability of glass-ceramics. • Using proprietary chemistries, this hybrid Nano composite is applied and molecularly bonded to the surface of steel, forming a permanent, durable, abrasion and corrosion resistant coating. NANO TECHNOLOGY… The Next Frontier in Science and Technology
  • 3. • True molecular, covalent bonding to the steel surface using advanced coating chemistries and steel surface treatments to produce a true molecular bond that will not fail in service. • No undercutting or attach through defects are possible, since the coating is permanently adhered to the surface. NanoTech HPC Hybrid Pipe Coating Economical Environmentally Friendly Superior Corrosion Solution!
  • 4. Coating Properties • The temperature rating is 800F and higher • The penetrant does not change the drift • Will not cut the coating by running wire lines & fishing tools • Long term durability at 400F • Resistance to High CO2 and H2S • Hydrophobic and Omni- phobic properties Extended Run Time • High temperature stability. Hybrid Nano composite coatings have been tested in air environments up to temperature extremes of 800F and higher. Long term durability at 400F has been demonstrated in hydroclave testing with our high toughness pipe ID Nano composite coatings. Disposal Wells Injection Wells Severe Corrosion ID Drill Pipe 3 Mil Mild Corrosion Mild Abrasion 2 Mil Coat 1 Mil Coat Low Corrosion Low Abrasion 0.5 Mil Coat
  • 5. Cost Effective • Add all these benefits to the reduced process costs resulting from less process steps and you have a corrosion control coating that will meet your needs for environmentally friendliness, improved product performance and excellent functional substrate protection. • All-in-all NanoTech HPC is a superior technology solution that delivers a better protective Nano composite coating. 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 Life of Untreated Drill Pipe Disposal Well w/ NanoTech HPC Injection Well w/ NanoTech HPC NanoTech HPC Coated Drill Pipe Corrosion Abrasion Temp
  • 6. Our Strengths: → Enhanced corrosion resistance → Additional hardness for high abrasive conditions → Extreme high heat applications → Reduced coefficient of friction TempTemp ToleranceTolerance 400F 400F 400F 400F Up to Up to 800F 800F AbrasionAbrasion ResistanceResistance 9h9h 8h8h 7h7h 6h6h 5h5h HighHigh ResistanceResistance H2S H2S CO2CO2 HCL HCL
  • 7. NanoTech HPC Properties: • True molecular, covalent bonding to the steel surface using advanced coating chemistries and surface treatments to produce a true molecular bond that won’t fail in service. The coating is permanently adhered to the surface. • Extreme toughness and flexibility. By hybridizing the ceramic-like high durability, molecular bonded phase with engineering thermoplastic materials at the Nano- scale, a material with higher ductility than steel, but hardness similar to glass and ceramic materials is created. • Exceptional scratch and abrasion resistance. • High temperature stability. Temperature extremes of 800F and higher have been tested. Long term durability at 400F has been demonstrated in hydroclave testing with our high toughness pipe ID Nano-composite coatings. • Cost-effective solution, increase drill pipe life from 3X to 8X it’s normal life span. • Low VOC emissions (Volatile Organic Compounds). • Maximum protection against salt water, H2S, CO2. • No negative impact on environment/ecology. • Hydrophobic and omniphobic properties. Base materials are hydrophobic, shedding water and providing very low frictional flow resistance, which can increase flow. • Low surface energy and flow resistance: Fills and smooths surface defects, providing a Nano-smooth surface like glass. This, combined with extremely low surface energy it creates a very low flow resistance, reducing pumping losses in long drill strings and production tubing.
  • 8. To appreciate the need for this service one must first understand that typical untreated pipe costs less than half that of lined pipe, and lined pipe is also prone to failure. The other issue which makes treated unlined pipe of a specific diameter pipe more attractive than lined is the amount of Cubic feet per minute that can flow. Lined pipe of the same dimension always has a smaller internal diameter as opposed to untreated pipe, resulting in the lined pipe producing lower flow rates. As untreated pipe corrodes the internal diameter diminishes thus restricting flow. In the industry this is what contributes to a mechanical depletion curve. Untreated pipes coming out of the original test field sometimes have internal diameters as small as a pencil. By protecting non lined pipe an operator gets higher flow rates and saves on having to frequently replace pipe. For a Complimentary Consultation: Ardie Rah, E.S.P.E., President 405-509-9291 or Email us at ardierah@ener-corr.com