We produce compressor oil, which has the advantages of extended lubricant life, easier removal, and longer maintenance intervals. Compressor oil is put through extensive testing to make sure it satisfies or surpasses our clients' expectations. Customers who use our compressor oil can reduce their compressor oil costs.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Compressor Oil?
Compressor oil is a lubricant used in many types of compressors to reduce friction and wear, improve efficiency, and help prevent premature failure. It is usually a mineral oil or synthetic oil that is specifically designed for use in compressors.
2. What is the Difference Between Compressor Oil and Engine Oil?
Compressor oil is designed to lubricate the internal components of a compressor, whereas engine oil is designed to lubricate the components of an engine. Compressor oil has a lower viscosity and higher flash point than engine oil.
3. How Often Should I Change My Compressor Oil?
It is recommended to change your compressor oil every 500 hours or every 6 months, whichever comes first. It is important to check the manufacturer recommended oil change interval in your compressor's manual to ensure that you are changing the oil at the right intervals.
4. What Type of Compressor Oil Should I Use?
The type of compressor oil you should use depends on the type and model of your compressor. It is important to consult the manual of your compressor to determine the type of oil that is recommended for your particular model.
5. How Do I Know When to Add Compressor Oil?
Most compressors have an oil sight glass that allows you to check the oil level. If the oil level drops below the minimum line, it is time to add more compressor oil.