Shell Refrigeration Oil S4 FR-F 68
Synthetic Cooling Compressor Oil
OLD NAME OF THE PRODUCT: Shell Clavus R
Alkyl benzene based synthetic cooling compressor oils. It is especially recommended for systems where Ammonia and HCFC are used as cooling gas.
Shell Clavus R; open, half open and
in hermetic compressors
commercial, industrial and individual use
It is suitable for. Screw and piston type
can be used in compressors. Especially
high in ammonia (R717) systems
at temperatures and below -33 ° C
even at evaporation temperatures
It gives excellent performance.
• Other than ammonia
use with gases:
Shell Clavus R halogenated gases
(CFC, HCFC), hydrocarbons (e.g.
R600a) and R402A / B.
is fully compatible.
• Fully synthetic formulation
• Excellent cleaning
• Perfect fit
• Very good wife performance
• Full Synthetic Formulation: Shell Clavus R alkyl benzene based
is a high-tech refrigeration compressor oil.
• Extraordinary Stability: Very high oxidation compared to mineral oils
and it has high temperature stability. In ammonia systems below -33 ° C
It shows very high performance even at evaporation temperatures.
• Excellent Cleaning: Especially in systems using ammonia deposit
and perfectly controls the formation of sludge.
Oil change intervals are much longer than mineral oils.
• Perfect Fit: Used in Shell Clavus R cooling systems
fully compatible with sealing elements. Also mineral oils
It also has a miscibility feature.
• Very Good Mixing Performance: CFC as cooling gas or
Clavus R mineral oils are used at low temperatures when HCFC is used.
It shows a much higher mixing performance compared to the other. So low
It provides reliable performance in applications involving temperatures.
TYPICAL PHYSICAL FEATURES
Shell Clavus R 100
ISO Viscosity Class ISO 3448 100
Cooling Oil Group DIN 51503 KAA, KC
Kinematic Viscosity ASTM D445
@ 40 ° C mm2 / s 32
100 ° C mm2 / s 6.2
Density @ 15 ° C kg / m3 ASTM D1298 871
Flash Point COC ° C DIN ISO 2592 190
Pour Point ° C DIN ISO 3016 -39
Acidity mg KOH / g DIN 51558-3 <0.04
Saponification Number mg KOH / g DIN 51559-1 <0.08
Floc Point R 12 ° C DIN 51351 <-60
DIN 51503 KAA, KC