How to select lubricants for refrigeration systems using natural refrigerants

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ExxonMobil has developed a technical guide that can help refrigeration, air-conditioning and heat pump (RACHP) operators select the best lubricants for use with natural refrigerants

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How to select lubricants for refrigeration systems using natural refrigerants
How to select lubricants for refrigeration systems using natural refrigerants

The refrigeration, air-conditioning and heat pump (RACHP) market is rapidly changing in response to environmental regulations aimed at reducing ozone depletion and climate change. As a result, natural refrigerants are being introduced across a wide range of systems, creating the need for effective lubricants to suit these applications.

To help the industry retain its cool during this period of change, ExxonMobil has developed a special report: “Use of Lubricants in Systems Using Natural Refrigerants”.

Written in partnership with industry expert, Ray Gluckman, the document discusses the increasing use of natural refrigerants – such as ammonia, carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrocarbons – and the unique lubrication challenges presented by each option. 

Download the whitepaper here to learn about how an informed lubricant selection can enhance the efficiency of refrigeration systems.

Posted on March 15, 2019 - (371 views)
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