Bubbletight’s DCM™ degradable composite metal frac balls are produced through powder-metallurgy – thereby exhibiting strength and degradation characteristics far superior to a ball made from alloy.
Our patent-pending fresh-water degradable elastomeric polymer is the only elastomer on the market that can degrade in low-temperature wells: the ideal material choice for sealing elements in downhole applications.
In pellet form, our low-temperature degradable diverter polymer is used in mid-stage and re-frac completion jobs. DDP™ is also used in our 8ths Balls™ degradable diverter balls and Monofil™ degradable monofilament.
Molded from our exclusive patent-pending DDP™ polymer, our degradable diverter balls are available in 1/8” size increments. These 8ths Balls™ are tested to withstand pressures exceeding 10,000 psi and degrade into a liquid.
LEGAL NOTICE: The patent infringement litigation pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas between Baker Hughes Oilfield Operations LLC and Bubbletight, LLC was dismissed by agreement of the parties on September 28, 2017. Click here for a copy of the Court’s order.