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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 wide spread 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 dive 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.
Item #: 46090 -
This pressure activated switch (6,000 psi) can be used to control the shutoff (or startup) pressure of most compressors. The device can be adjusted to select the desired cutoff point and must be wired into compressors electrical control circuitry.