Compressor Food Grade Oil For Ammoniac Cooling Units is specially food grade oil designed as a cooler for the lubrication of reciprocating air compressors and screw type compressors working with ammoniac. In particular, it is suitable for compressors that have previously worked with mineral oil.
• Thanks to its additives properties of rapidly transforming into gas, the viscosity remains stable for a long time. Oil changes can be avoided at this point.
• Is not expected to leak, being neutral against many artificial rubber seals in cooling installations.
• Hydrogenated base oil provides high chemical stability, especially against ammoniac.
• Typical naphthenic-based mineral oils can be avoided from breaking or cooling cycles, and the oil change intervals can be extended significantly.
Field Of Use
Food grade oil specially developed for lubricating and cooling all type of reciprocating air compressors and screw type compressors. Compatible with sealing components used in compressors.
36 months shelf life recommended, as it is stored properly in its original, sealed container.
|Base Oil||Paraffinic Mineral + SHC||Paraffinic Mineral + SHC||Paraffinic Mineral + SHC||Paraffinic Mineral + SHC|
|Color – Appearance||Light Yellow / Clear||Light Yellow / Clear||Light Yellow / Clear||Light Yellow / Clear|
|Density, DIN 51757, [g/cm3], 20°C||0,860||0,860||0,860||0,860|
|Kinematic Viscosity (ASTM D445 – 100 °C)||5,8||7,3||9,8||13,1|
|Kinematic Viscosity (ASTM D445 – 40 °C)||32||46||68||100|
|Viscosity Index, DIN ISO 2909||≥ 115||≥ 115||≥ 115||≥ 115|
|Freezing Point DIN ISO 3016, [°C]||≤ -30||≤ -30||≤ -28||≤ -25|
|Flash Point, DIN EN ISO 2592, [°C]||≥ 230||≥ 240||≥ 240||≥ 240|
|Copper Corrosion, ASTM D130 (3h – 100°C)||1 A||1 A||1 A||1 A|
|Foaming Tendency, seq. I, II, III, ASTM-D 892, [ml]||< 50/50/50||< 50/50/50||< 50/50/50||< 50/50/50|
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