CIDE 5225 is a rapid acting dispersant and biocide for the control of bacteria growth in production injection water. It also has ability to assist in the corrosion control of the injection pipework and facilities.
CIDE 5225 has good penetrating properties and will disperse sludge. CIDE 5225 contains a quaternary ammonium compound which has been shown to be generally effective against sulphate reducing bacteria.
Appearance: Pale Yellow liquid.
Specific Gravity at 20° C: 0.97 to 1.1 gr/cm3
PH: 5 to 6
Flash Point: Greater than 150° F
Viscosity at 20° C: Less than 50 CPs
CIDE 5225 is effective in brines up to 25,000 mg per litre as sodium chloride.
It can be injection on continuous basis, at 15 to 30 ppm, but I is recommended to be injected on a slug basis, as this has been found to be more consistently effective.
The dosage for a slug treatment is to inject between 50 to 25 ppm based upon total daily fluids, and this injection to be added over a period of 6 hours.
Protect eyes from splashes of neat product. In the case of eye contact, hold the eyelids open and flush the eyes for at least 15 minutes with clean fresh water.
In the case of skin contact, remove all contaminated clothing and wash the affected area with soap and water.
All contaminated clothing should be laundered before reuse. Do not take internally.
CIDE 5225 has not been shown to be a skin irritant or sensitiser.
CIDE 5225 is packaged in US gallon drums.