Barit

BARITE

BARITE is barium sulfate (BaSO4), the most common mineral of the element Barium. The high density of barite (4.45 g / cm3), its low abrasiveness (Moh's 3-3.5), its chemical stability under high temperature and pressure, its low solubility in water and acids, its lack of magnetic properties and its availability at affordable costs are also increasingly common in various industries. It has been used in a way. Used to increase the weight of drilling fluids, barite can be used in all types of mud as a heavier