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Motorol Refrin 68 Refrigeration Compressor Oil

Refrin 68
High-Performance Refrigeration Compressor Oil
- Excellent Low-Temperature Properties
- Non-hygroscopic
- Good Oxidation, thermal and chemical stability

MOTOROL Vacuum Pump Oil

Motorol Vacuum Pump Oil delivers a blend of high-quality white oil with low volatility characteristics, specifically developed for the lubrication of vacuum pumps. It features a high degree of chemical stability to resist oxidation, sludge, and deposits, and helps to provide long service life with maintained viscosity. It also offers good demulsibility to separate readily from water, promoting water removal and preventing rust and corrosion. Use in vacuum pumps that require a high vacuum.


High-Performance Refrigeration Compressor Oil
  Provide superior A/C cooling performance, smoother A/C compressor operation and help reduce moisture contamination in all auto A/C systems The only auto A/C compressor oil that provides real protection for your auto A/C compressor! Automotive Air Conditioning Auto A/C Synthetic Compressor oil for cooler Auto Air! Use as per the compressor manufacturer’s guidelines
    • Viscosity @ 40º C 46 cSt – ISO VG 46 Synthetic Compressor Oil
    • Motorol Refrin 134A is specifically formulated for automotive or light truck A/C systems
    • Manufactured from virgin base oil
    • Made in UAE


High Performance Refrigeration Compressor Oil Product Specification
  • Available in 1GL and 1L
  • Essentially wax-free & excellent low-temperature properties
  • Excellent thermal, chemical & oxidation properties
  • Recommended in systems using R12, R22, R401, R402, R502, Ammonia, etc. as refrigerants
  • Viscosity @ 40º C ISO VG 46
  • Manufactured from virgin base oil
  • Made in UAE

MOTOROL Refrin 3GS Lubricant

High Performance Refrigeration Compressor Oil Product Specification
  • Essentially wax-free & excellent low-temperature properties
  • Excellent thermal, chemical & oxidation properties
  • Recommended in systems using R12, R22, R401, R402, R502, Ammonia, etc. as refrigerants
  • Viscosity grade ISO VG 32
  • Manufactured from virgin base oil
  • Made in UAE

AC Coil Cleaner WESTRON Com Koil

AC Coil Cleaner - Condenser Coil Cleaner External Condenser – Coil Cleaner & Brightener Acid WESTRON Com Koil cleans and brightens condenser coils fast by removing dirt, oxides, corrosion and other contaminants.

High-Quality Lubricants Supplier in UAE

Any air conditioning system that employs a compressor in its compression system requires compressor oil. The oil serves three primary functions. They are utilized for lubrication, heat removal, and sealing. As the piston compresses the refrigerant gas, lubrication cooling is required in reciprocating compressors. The sealing of the piston in the cylinder must also be cooled.

Similarly, lubrication is required for the contact between the cylinder and the motor’s rotor in a rotary compressor. During operation, the lubricant must remove superheat from the screw compressor.

Lubricants and Compressor System

Lubricants have numerous roles in a compressor system. They must, of course, be able to oil the machine. In some systems, the lubricant must both function as a cooling fluid and a sealant. This is why it’s critical to choose the right lubricant for your compressor. If in doubt, consult the manufacturer about the proper oil for the system.

Compressor lubricants are frequently a customized combination of additives and base oils that offer the necessary lubrication while being compatible with the refrigerant. Any conflict between the base oil and the refrigerant might be catastrophic for the device.

Compressor Oil and Refrigerants

Mineral and synthetic oils are the two types of lubricants frequently utilized in compressors. Naphthenic mineral oil (MO) is a popular form of MO.

For a long time, synthetic oils such as glycols, esters, and alkylbenzenes (AB) have been utilized in refrigeration applications without incident.

Mineral oil or alkylbenzene is used as lubricants in CFC refrigerants such as R12, R13, R113, R114, and R115. These lubricants are also used in the design of HCFC refrigerants such as R22, R123, R401A, and R409A.

Because of their ozone-depleting qualities, CFC and HCFC refrigerants have been phased out in recent years. New HFC refrigerants such as R23, R32, R134a, R407A, R407C, and R410A are increasingly being used in HVAC equipment. Polyol esters or POE are used as lubricants in these novel refrigerants.

One disadvantage of POE is that it absorbs moisture several times more than mineral-based oils. As a result, specific procedures must be followed when handling this oil in order to limit its interaction with the environment. To prevent moisture from entering the containers, metal containers are utilized instead of plastic containers.

Common Lubricant Problems

Lubricant issues are widespread in all systems. To prevent problems with the gases being compressed, just eliminate the lubricant from the equation. This is becoming more common as “dry” compressors become increasingly popular. The term “dry” refers to the absence of oil in the compression chamber.

If the lubricant is not present in the compression chamber, it is far less likely to mix with the refrigerant and create issues. In wet or flooded compressors. However, the oil is present in the compression chamber and closely combines with the refrigerant. The compatibility of the lubricant with the refrigerant is critical in these systems.

4 Correct Practices for Keeping Low Moisture Content in POE Oil

  • Avoid exposing POE oil to air for any period of time that is unnecessary. When not in use, keep containers of POE oils firmly closed.
  • Keep the refrigeration system closed while doing maintenance on the equipment.
  • Always store POE oil in its original containers.
  • When installing or maintaining refrigerated equipment, use a correctly sized filter drier.