Baker Hughes provides a wide portfolio of optimal spacer systems to ensure that the wellbore is free of drilling mud and other debris. An optimal spacer system also serves to separate noncompatible fluids and ensure that the cement won’t get contaminated with drilling fluid, and water wets the casing string and formation rock for reliable cement bonding.
A well-designed spacer system is a critical component in achieving long-term wellbore integrity and reliable zonal isolation. Baker Hughes spacer systems can be used in both primary and remedial cementing operations, as well as temporary zonal isolation situations. We work with you to choose the system that best fits your wellbore conditions, whether you are dealing with water-based, oil-based, or synthetic-based mud, to help you achieve your goals.
Contact your local Baker Hughes representative today to determine which spacer system is right for prime cement placement.