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Lube-Tips - How to monitor compressor oil condition

03 Jun 2018
how to monitor compressor oil condition

As many compressors run in severe environments, here are some point that you might use to monitor your compressor oil condition so that can extend the life of the oil.
 
Total Acid Number (TAN)
The oxidative life of fluid is determined by total acid number (TAN). The weak organic acid that produce as oil oxidize is measured by titration of potassium hydroxide (KOH) that neutralize one gram of oil. The new oil acid number is compared to the used oil acid number to determine the degree of oxidation.
 
Viscosity
Viscosity changes are also monitored to indicate oxidation problems and also the introduction of a heavier or lighter contaminant fluid.
 
pH
Some air compressor operate in corrosive air environment. Thus, pH is good indicator to the acid gases and the depletion of corrosion inhibitors.


Product Link:-
Fuchs Cassida Food Grade Compressor Oil (Germany)
 
Nynas Ammonia Refrigerant Compressor Oil (Sweden)
 
Fuchs Mineral Air Compressor Oil (Germany)
 
LUBTEX Synthetic Compressor Oil (UK)
 
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