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Robinair Maintenance Kit: Quick Change Filter - Drier + 1 Pint Vacuum Pump Oil
Robinair Maintenance Kit: Quick Change Filter - Drier + 1 Pint Vacuum Pump Oil

Robinair Maintenance Kit: Quick Change Filter - Drier + 1 Pint Vacuum Pump Oil

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Robinair Maintenance Kit: Quick Change Filter - Drier + 1 Pint Vacuum Pump Oil
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Keep recovery and recycling units operating at peak efficiency with a convenient maintenance kit.

Features:

Contains:

  • One quick change filter-drier (ROB34724) to be used on both R-12 and R-134a stations
  • One 16 ounce (pint) bottle of Robinair's Premium High Vacuum Pump Oil (ROB13119-1).
For models using 34724 Filter-Drier (17700A, 17700-2K, 34134A, 34134-2K, 342000, 34234, 34300-2K,345002K, 34700, 34700-2K, 34800, 34800-2K, 34788, 34288, 34700Z and 34900 Series)

Recycling Filter-Driers for A/C Stations by Robinair are specially blended for maximum acid and moisture removal.

See your instruction manual if you have questions about which filter-drier to use.

Premium High Vacuum Pump Oil

The performance of your pump depends largely on the quality and purity of the vacuum pump oil. Robinair's oil is engineered to maintain maximum viscosity at high running temperatures and to improve cold weather starts.

To keep the pump operating at peak efficiency, change the oil frequently. Moisture and other contaminants can quickly deteriorate the purity of the oil, thinning the oil and reducing the pump's ability to reach deep vacuum conditions.

Thermally Stable
Laboratory tests prove that Robinair oil is more thermally stable in comparison to other leading brands, which means it resists breaking down due to heat for a longer period of time.

Lower Moisture Content
Robinair oil has lower moisture content than other oils, thanks to our special packaging and handling procedures. Moisture degrades the oil's purity, thinning it and reducing the pump's ability to reach a deep vacuum.

Change Your Vacuum Pump Oil Frequently
Clean oil is important for peak vacuum pump performance. When the oil is
contaminated, it reduces your pump's ability to remove moisture from a system.
You should change the pump oil frequently, and especially in the following
situations:

  • You have just evacuated a system that you suspect was overly moisture-laden
  • You have just evacuated a system with a compressor burnout
  • The pump oil looks cloudy or milky
  • The pump will not pull to factory specifications when blanked off to an electronic thermistor vacuum gauge
  • Every 10 hours of operation
Specifications
Manufacturer: Robinair
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