Refrigeration Compressor Oils
Refrigeration oils play an important role in the area of lubricants and lubrication technology. The expected long life of refrigerant compressors largely depends on the quality of the refrigeration oil. we can offer you the best refrigeration compressor oil for your compressor and your specific application. Due the phase-out of CFC refrigerants, mineral oils were the primary oils used in refrigeration systems. However, mineral oils are not suitable for use with the new refrigerants. The main reason for this incompatibility is the insufficient lubricity (lubricating ability) and miscibility(mixing ability) of mineral oils. Much work has been done to find acceptable lubricants to use with the new refrigerants. Synthetic oils such as alkyl benzene and polyester appear to meet the requirements. As research into new refrigerants continues, so will the search for acceptable lubricants.
Synthetic lubricants have been used for many years in various industries. As with other oils, lubricants are blended specifically for use in refrigeration systems. Synthetic Oils were considered too expensive for general use compared with mineral oil. Oil producers and compressor manufacturers go to great lengths and expense to develop and test new lubricants. There are tests for viscosity, floc point, pour point, flash point, etc. The service engineer does not need to know the details of these oil qualities, but should understand the terms and why they are important.
Types OF Refrigeration Oils
Mineral Oils also called Petroleum Oil.
SYNTHETIC REFREGERATION OILS
Must be stored in metal containers.
ISO VG 32 ,46, 68, 100, 150.,220.
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