ProFlow Solutions
Production Chemicals & Services

We help producers to increase and maximize production while consistently lowering costs, ProFlow Solutions offers a large range of production chemicals, maintaining a fully equipped  and technical service, also with delivery and service trucks, while providing an outstanding level of professionalism and excellent customer service.

  • demulsifiers
  • paraffin inhibitors
  • paraffin dispersants
  • defoamers
  • water clarifiers
  • scale inhibitors
  • corrosion inhibitors
  • biocides
  • surfactant
  • acids
  • oxygen scavengers
  • hydrogen sulfide scavengers
  • carbon dioxide scavengers
  • foamers
  • salt inhibitors
  • hydrate inhibitors
  • flow-enhancement products

…and many more

– or emulsion breakers, are a class of specialty chemicals used to separate emulsions, for example, water in oil. They are commonly used in the processing of crude oil, which is typically produced along with significant quantities of saline water. This water (and salt) must be removed from the crude oil prior to refining. If the majority of the water and salt are not removed, significant corrosion problems can occur in the refining process.

– a chemical injected into an oil wellbore or flowline to prevent or minimize paraffin deposition. The paraffin inhibitor’s effectiveness is dependent on the crude oil’s composition in the wellbore.

– surface-active agents that prevent paraffin deposition in oilfield systems by creating repulsion between paraffin particles as well as between paraffin particles and the pipe surface.

– or an anti-foaming agent is a chemical additive that reduces and hinders the formation of foam in industrial process liquids. The terms anti-foam agent and defoamer are often used interchangeably.

– also known as Reverse Emulsion Breakers (REB) or deoilers, are a class of chemicals used to remove oil and entrapped solids from produced water so that it can be discharged or reused.

– are a class of specialty chemicals that are used to slow or prevent scaling in water systems. Oilfield scaling is the precipitation and accumulation of insoluble crystals (salts) from a mixture of incompatible aqueous phases in oil processing systems.

– is a chemical compound that, when added to a liquid or gas, decreases the corrosion rate of a material, typically a metal or an alloy. The effectiveness of a corrosion inhibitor depends on fluid composition, quantity of water, and flow regime.

– are products that act against pests and bacteria. To have this effect, they often contain hazardous chemicals to control colonies if bacteria that are detrimental to production systems.

– are compounds that lower the surface tension (or interfacial tension) between two liquids, between a gas and a liquid, or between a liquid and a solid. Surfactants may act as detergents, wetting agents, emulsifiers, foaming agents, and dispersants.

– are a chemical substance that neutralizes alkalis, dissolves some metals, and turns litmus red; typically, a corrosive or sour-tasting liquid of this kind.

– or oxygen absorbers are added to enclosed packaging to help remove or decrease the level of oxygen in the package. They are used to help maintain product safety and extend shelf life. There are many types of oxygen absorbers available to cover a wide array of applications in oil field systems.

– are a specialized chemical or fuel additive widely used in hydrocarbon and chemical processing facilities. … When dissolved in water, H2S may be oxidized to form elemental sulfur.

– are designed to treat acid gas contamination (principally carbon dioxide,) increase the pH, and to extend the temperature stability of polymer and water-based fluids. This scavenger offers the added benefit of minimizing corrosion in pipelines, packer fluids, and water-based drilling fluids.

– and surfactants are used as a mitigation agent in mature or depleted fields to enhance production. Designed to work as dispersant, emulsifier, degreaser and cleaner, foamers and surfactants are suitable for producing wells, water supply, water handling and disposal systems.

– are known to delay nucleation and to modify the growth rate of the crystals in bulk solution, but their possible application for the prevention of salt decay in porous material is still controversial. … The results show that the effect of the inhibitor strongly depends on the type of substrate.

– chemical substances designed to control the formation of hydrates during natural gas production at an oil or gas condensate well. Hydrate inhibitors help avoid problems due to hydrate formation such as hydrate plugs and line blockages.

– are chemical additive that alters fluid rheological properties to reduce friction created within the fluid as it flows through small-diameter tubulars or similar restrictions.