JET-LUBE 21® is a double duty, tool joint compound formulated to provide a superior level of performance for the increasing demands of today’s oilfield market. The lead free formulation contains copper flake as the only metallic component and is fortified by a unique blend of natural, inorganic extreme pressure and anti-wear additives. Yet with all its superior abilities, ‘21’ remains a medium priced product.

‘21’ can be used throughout the entire drill string “from the kelly to the bit” on drill collars, tool joints and all subsurface drilling tools

 

BENEFITS:
  • Not classified as a marine pollutant
  • Lead, zinc and PTFE free
  • Rust & corrosion inhibited formula
  • Excellent resistance to make up down-hole
  • Sticks to wet joints
  • Conforms to the API RP7G make-up charts
  • High temp Complex grease base
  • High dropping point >232°C
  • Friction factor 1.15

21® - Oilfield

Double Duty Drill Collar & Tool Joint Compound

Jet-Lube #21

Description

The lead-free formulation contains copper flake as the only metallic component and is fortified by a unique blend of natural, inorganic, extreme-pressure, and anti-wear additives. For invert or high-pH muds, a special base grease is available.

 

21® has been designed to utilize the makeup charts in API RP7G. In the more severe drilling situations such as higher speeds, higher penetration rates, deviated holes, or harder formations, drill collars and other rotary shouldered connections should be made up at least 15% over the listed RP7G values.

 

Applications

21® is recommended for the entire drill string in most drilling conditions. Typical applications would include geothermal wells, high angle holes, problem holes involving high temperature, whip stocks, and horizontal drilling applications. 21® prevents high stress in drill pipe connections which shortens their useful life.

 

Not recommended for oxygen service.

 

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Service Rating
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JA11023
JA11012
JA11093
JA11029
4 kg pail
12.5 kg pail
20 kg metal pail
204.5 kg drum
-18°C to 232°C
0°F to 450°F
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