Compressors are very sensitive components that must be properly lubricated in order for them to achieve a long service life. The lubricant not only must be able to lubricate all the parts inside the compressor but also handle the refrigerant with which it is in contact (in the case of refrigeration and air-conditioning compressors). Some lubricants work better with certain refrigerants, and this must be balanced with the needs of the compressor in order to select the proper base oil and additive properties. By understanding how lubricants flow with refrigerants, as well as the requirements of the lubricant, you can ensure your compressors will run as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Generally, the refrigerant or the required volume of cooling capacity will determine the kind of compressor that is needed. There are three main types of compressors used with refrigerants: reciprocating, rotary and centrifugal.
Express grade :
Express Refricool Oil 32 / 46 /68
Wax free oil reciprocating and Rotary refrigeration compressors with low pour point and Freon floc point.
Performance meet : IS 4578
Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Litre