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Item #: 44085 -
Within the class of diester-based lubricants, this broad-spectrum product is a field-proven, equivalent substitute for such oils as the original Anderol 500 & 750, Chemlube 501 & 751, and other popular oils for breathing air compressors. Diester oils are so stable and oxidation-resistant that once-a-year oil changes have become commonplace. Carbon residues from these lubes are minimal and are easily removed. Their high flash point (around 500* F) prevents explosive accidents. Because of its...
Item #: 44095 -
A fairly new lubricant in the diving world, this polyalphaolefin-based oil has become very popular for Nitrox production because of its high resistance to oxidative breakdown. Synthesized with food-grade components complying with FDA H-1 specifications, this translucent fluid has very low volatility, high hydrolytic resistance, no toxicity, and a high flash point. It has seen widespread use in modern compressors, especially for Nitrox continuous blending operations. Like most synthetics, it...
Item #: 44080 -
As in the automotive industry, blended oils are now impacting the diving industry. A step up from pure petroleum lubes, this product has a high viscosity index and flash point, low carbon formation, and high lubricity. An improved oil for older compressors unsuited to full synthetics. Also a fine break-in oil. Gallon bottle.
Item #: 44100 -
The latest state-of-the-art product, this triester-based oil was developed specifically for the severe, high temperature conditions commonly endured by breathing air compressors. This product incorporates all the great features of diester-based oils, as well as the highest flash point, thermal resistance, and self-cooling characteristics available. Recommended wherever severe operating conditions are encountered. Gallon bottle.