Corrosion Inhibitors

Protect Casing, Tubing, and Downhole Tools with CORXMI Products

All acids are corrosive to steel, including your tubing, casing, downhole tools, and more. As the temperature in the wellbore increases, the corrosion rate also increases, sometimes dramatically, depending on the acid strength and system used in the application. For this reason, protecting against acid corrosion is a growing challenge among operators. A host of environmental and operational circumstances and formation traits contribute to acidizing. The acid corrosion inhibitors offered by Al Moghera are the product of extensive research and years of development, specially formulated to meet the rigorous demands of operators and environmental agencies.

Target Corrosion Challenges under Difficult Conditions

Mitigating acid corrosion requires effective corrosion inhibitors. You need corrosion inhibitors that can protect a range of steels (including low carbon alloy steels and high chrome steels) as they encounter both high reservoir temperatures and high acid concentrations. Al Moghera’s corrosion inhibitors seek to deliver successful acid treatments—including matrix acidizing and acid fracturing—that are effective for diverse metal types and across a variety of circumstances:

  • Variable Acid Concentrations
  • Adverse Conditions
  • A Range of Temperatures

Corrosive Fluid Environment Stimulations

Engineered as fluid additives, Al Moghera’s corrosion inhibitors comingle with oil and gas acidizing fluids and work to decrease the rate of reaction of acid upon steel. By coating the surfaces of your downhole equipment and tubulars, these corrosion inhibitors create a protective barrier on them that does not otherwise interfere with acid behavior. Al Moghera’s corrosion inhibitors work well in a range of temperatures with the following acid types:

  • Soil Acid
  • Hydrochloric Acid
  • Acid Micelles
  • Emulsified Acid
  • And More

Application Methods

Al Moghera’s corrosion inhibitors can be applied in one of two ways:

  • Acid corrosion inhibitors are directly added to water during the loading operation and then mixed with concentrated acid.
  • The corrosion inhibitors can be directly mixed to diluted or concentrated acid, using a concentration of 0.5 - 3.0% (V).

Although CORXMI products are compatible with most acid well stimulation additives including surfactant, demusifiers, and mutual solvent, care should be taken when designing acid treatments.

Benefits of Al Moghera Corrosion Inhibitors

With Al Moghera’s corrosion inhibitors, you can tackle the acid corrosion that impacts your casing, tubing, and downhole tools. Al Moghera’s corrosion inhibitors work to extend the life of your assets and to reduce failure rates, which makes for increased profits. Experience the following features of Al Moghera corrosion inhibitors:

  • High-Temperature Performance
  • Enhanced High-Temperature Performance with CORXMI-240 & CORXMI-250
  • Effective Across a Variety of Acid Concentrations
  • Compatible with Refinery Catalyst
  • Disperses Easily in Both Acid and Water
  • Eliminates Sulfide Scaling and Hydrogen Embrittlement

Acid Corrosion Inhibitors Offerings

  • CROXMI-2104 High Temp (contains Propargyl)
  • CORXMI-600 High Temp Non-Acetylenic
  • CORXMI-450 Moderate Temperature Inhibitor
  • CORXMI-440 Low Temperature Inhibitor
  • CORXMI-240 High Temperature Inhibitor Intensifiers
  • CORXMI-250 High Temperature Inhibitor Intensifiers

Regions of Commercial Availability

Al Moghera’s corrosion inhibitors and well acidizing additives can be purchased either directly from our manufacturing plant or through one of our distributors. Location and purchase volume determine the best means of purchasing our products and the fastest and most cost-effective way to receive Al Moghera corrosion inhibitors.

Distributor Locations
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Sultanate of Oman
  • Kuwait
  • Saudi Arabia


High-Performance and Value for Over 32 Years
Al Moghera was established in 1986 as a wholesale supplier of specialty chemicals to oilfield service companies.

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