Polyalphaolefin oils are synthetic hydrocarbons which are paraffin like, but have a uniform structure. Thermal and chemical resistance is better compared to mineral oils. Owing to their good flowing properties when cold, they can be used at low temperatures. Elastomer compatibility and resistance against hydrolysis are comparable to mineral oils.
Examples of use:
Recommended for cold starts at low temperatures. For pumping air, chemically inert gases and water vapour and small quantities of refrigerant R717 (ammonia).
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