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Compressor oil is specially designed for use in air service related parts such as vacuum pumps. They also help condition seals and lubricate bearings in reciprocating compression units all while minimizing the interaction between lubricant and the processed gas.
In addition, they possess higher film strength than most traditional lubricants, helping to protect against corrosion in flooded rotary screw and vane-type compressors that process natural gas, carbon dioxide or other hydrocarbon gases.
These types of oils offer an extensive list of benefits: operate over wide temperature ranges; are anti-wear; reduce fuel consumption; minimize deposit formation; are oxidation resistant; and have a long service life which can save you money.
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