IntegraBond™ SALT

Achieving zonal isolation in salt zones with fit-for-purpose cement slurries

IntegraBond SALT cement slurries are designed to provide cement bond integrity across salt formations. Due to the mobility and solubility of salt formations, the most common risks during cementing are dissolution of salt into the cement spacer and cement slurry, washouts, poor bonding and inadequate zonal isolation or dissolution of salt into the cement slurry causing changes in the slurry viscosity, thickening time and compressive strength development. 

Specially engineered to ensure minimal salt dissolution, IntegraBond SALT cement systems are formulated with 3% to 5% potassium chloride (KCL) or 10% to 37.2% sodium chloride (NaCl) and special salt tolerant additives and bonding agents. 

Special slurry testing protocols and job design criteria are recommended to verify suitable cement properties and ensure proper cement placement. 

Technical Data

Typical Properties

Typical Density Range

11 to 20 ppg

Typical Temperature Range  

80°F (27°C) to 400°F (204°C)


  • Primary cementing operations in salt formations
  • Cementing gas storage wells
  • Vertical, deviated and horizontal wells

Features and Benefits

  • Enables effective cementing of salt formations
  • Ensures proper cement placement
  • Controls the dissolution of material from salt formations
  • Provides required development of compressive strength
  • Slurries are formulated with a range of salt tolerant additives
  • Improves cement bond and zonal isolation
  • Predictable response of cement additives
  • Can be formulated to control gas migration