Interlube Corporation offers both mineral oil and synthetic based refrigeration lubricants for compressors in industrial refrigeration systems. Always refer to the equipment manufacturer’s manual for specifications and compatibility of fluids.
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Refrigeration Oil 155 and Refrigeration Oil 300 are premium quality refrigeration fluids, specially refined from carefully selected base stocks to give long, trouble free service. They are designed to lubricate ammonia refrigeration compressors under the severe demands of industrial refrigeration systems and have the chemical and thermal stability to assure years of uninterrupted service, reducing maintenance costs and downtime. Their high viscosity index and low pour point (-44°F) ensures proper lubrication over a wide temperature range. Refrigeration Oil 155 and 300 are used in industrial operations such as: food and drink processing plants, pharmaceutical plants, ice arenas, etc. They are USDA approved as H2, meaning they can be used in food processing facilities without any possibility of contact with food or food products.
Synthetic Refrigeration Compressor Oil 150 and Synthetic Refrigeration Compressor Oil 300 are totally synthetic, food grade, refrigeration fluids designed to replace mineral oil based refrigeration oils in compressors using ammonia, R-12, R-22 and R114. Because of their totally synthetic nature they have no wax content and no real flock point. They have a very low pour point (-54°F), low volatility and a very high viscosity index, ensuring proper lubrication over a very wide range of temperatures. They are specially designed for industrial and marine use and are more chemically and thermally stable than their mineral oil counterparts. This added stability means less sludge and acid formation, which is a significant advantage for these products. They are USDA H1 approved, meaning they can be used in food processing plants with incidental food contact.