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Gulf Coast Beaumont Cement Sales Co. Lucey Products Corp. Pfcden Company PRODUCTS: BAROID—Extra-Heavy Colloidal Drilling Mud AQUAGEL—Trouble-Proof Colloidal Drilling Mud LEMCO MUD SCREEN—For Removing Cuttings and Abrasive Material From Drilling Mud STABILITE—A Chemical Mud Thinner. VISCO—Petroleum Emulsion Breaker. BAROID Extra Heavy Colloidal Drilling Mud Baroid is a specially processed pulverized Barytes, manufactured and sold under U. S. Patent No. 1,575,945. 2 Specific Gravity, almost twice that of ordinary clay, and is used for controlling oil, gas and water pressures encountered during drilling.
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