Qingdao Futai, Air Compressor Filter Manufacturer in China.
|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Brand Name:||QINGDAO FUTAI|
|Model Number:||Roto Z Fluid 2908850101|
|Packaging Details:||Carton, Wooden cases, Plastic bag, etc, make the package as your requirement.|
|Product Name:||Air Compressor Lubricating Oil||Part Number:||Roto Z Fluid 2908850101|
|Application:||Air Compressor||Oil Type:||Mineral Based Oil With Tailored Additive Pack|
|Service Intervals:||8000 Hours||Appearance:||Light Brown|
|Environment:||Ambient Temperature Range At 0°C To 50°C||General Composition:||BASE Oil|
FUTAI Roto Z Fluid Air Compressor Lubricating Oil,
2908850101 Oil-Free screw air compressor oil,
2908850101 ISO 9001 Air Compressor Lubricating Oil
Roto Z Fluid 2908850101 Air Compressor Lubricating Oil
When choosing the right air compressor lubricant, environmental factors, the application and the required maintenance intervals themselves are all deciding factors. All types of lubricants have advantages and disadvantages. This makes maintenance professionals or operations managers responsible for choosing the best solution based on the application and environment. It is the responsibility of technicians in the petroleum industry or maintenance industry to recommend suitable lubricants for the job, which is why all these options are readily available. When the technician takes into account the air quality, humidity, inlet temperature and expected working time between maintenance intervals, they can determine the lubricant that is suitable for the task.
The importance of choosing the right lubricant based on the application should not be underestimated to ensure efficient operation of the air compressor while avoiding problems.
Roto Z Fluid 2908850101 Air Compressor Lubricating Oil , its special formulation yields top performance and maximum lifetime of all moving parts.
Reliability is safeguardedand equipment availability.
|Viscosity at 40°C||ASTM D 445||mm²/s||46|
|Density 20℃||ASTM D 941||g/ml||0.849|
|Foam stability||ASTM D 892||ml/ml||5/0|
|Total acid number||ASTM D 974||mg KOH/g||0.15|
|Demulsification 54℃(40-40-0)||ASTM D 1404||Min||10|
|Pour point||ASTM D 97||℃||-54|
Suggestion: It is suitable for oil-free air compressor
Lubricating oil reduces friction between the motor, gearbox and moving parts of the bearing. It also reduces heat generated in the compression chamber, fills gaps to form an airtight seal, and removes particles and contaminants from moving parts. All these activities gradually destroy the viscosity and other properties of the oil, thus reducing its effectiveness. As mentioned above, the filter oil can extend its production life. There are other techniques that can help the lubricant do its job, but ultimately it needs to be changed. Until then, however, follow these tips to keep your lubricants working at their best:
Choose the right oil - refer to the air compressor manufacturer's guide to choose the right oil for your industrial air compressor. High quality products and long service life can only be guaranteed by using the oils listed with due regard to specific application conditions. Lubricate according to plan - once again follow the manufacturer's advice and calculate the air compressor service time, motor speed and other operating conditions to determine the lubrication system frequency. This could be every two months to once a year.
Use the right amount -- a small amount of oil is discharged through the air compressor's automatic drainage system, or escapes through the air inlet. Between oil changes, you need to replenish the supply to compensate for the loss of lubricant. Check the oil level daily with an air compressor ruler or observation mirror before starting the air compressor.
Watch out for too much oil use - if you find yourself refueling more frequently than is reasonable, it may be a sign of trouble - inadequate operating/ambient temperature, shortened cycle time, or oil leakage. Running air compressors with little or no lubricant is a reliable method of premature combustion of worn and non-worn components. On the other hand, overfilling can lead to maintenance problems as well as excessive wear/damage to rotating components. Drain the excess oil before starting the equipment.
Contact Person: Sophia Song