PAG Air Conditioning Oil 46 R-1234 YF

Articlenumber: 20735
For air conditioning systems filled with R1234yf and R134a. For lubricating, sealing and cooling sliding and rotating parts in the refrigerant circuit. Note the vehicle or compressor manufacturer’s instructions.
H412, May cause an allergic skin reaction


Fully synthetic oil based on polyalkylene glycol (PAG). For lubricating, sealing and cooling refrigerant compressors and refrigerant circuits in passenger and commercial vehicle air conditioning systems. The formulation mixes very well with refrigerants of type R1234yf and type R134a. Is hygroscopic and absorbs moisture from the ambient air, which is why it is filled under nitrogen. Meets the requirements of standard refrigerant compressor and refrigeration system manufacturers. The fluorescent color allows leaks to be located quickly using a UV lamp.

Additional Information

Content 250 ml
Oil Type Fully synthetic
Application When wetting the seals during assembly, apply the oil with a brush to ensure that the system is well sealed. To top up or replace the refrigerant oil in passenger or commercial vehicle air conditioning systems, pour into the special filling cylinder and then add to the refrigerant circuit via the air conditioning system filling device. If there are leaks in the refrigerant circuit, examine the refrigerant lines of the vehicle using a UV lamp in a dark room. The UV light will render the yellow fluorescent color in the PAG oil escaping at the leak visible. Note: Always seal the oil container after use, as it absorbs moisture from the ambient air. PAG air conditioning oils must not be mixed or disposed of with waste oil of known origin, e.g. motor and transmission oils. PAG air conditioning oils must be collected separately and disposed of in accordance with the waste code (see safety data sheet).
Package Unit 6
Pallet Unit 960

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