| Numbered according to the lSO 3448 viscosity ln line with the DIN 51506 specification, these
classification the Castrol Aircol PD air compressor grades are recommended for air compressors with
lubricants are produced from high quality base oils air discharge temperatures up to 220°C In fact,
ensuring a good natural resistance to oxidation. They these oils have given excellent results in
contain antioxidants, which further resist oxidation, compressors in which much higher air discharge
and protection against rusting is afforded by the temperatures have been recorded.
inclusion of selected corrosion inhibitors.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
The Castrol Aircol PD range is approved by leading v Excellent resistance to oxidation.
compressor manufacturers, and can be confidently v Minimum carbonisation and fire and explosion
recommended to promote efficient, economical and risks.
safe operation in air compressors of all types. v Longer maintenance and overhaul intervals.
v Reduced valve replacement and delivery
The following characteristics of Aircol PD oils Pipework cleaning.
contribute to their high performance: - v Minimum down time of compressors. Lower oil
v Extended oil drain intervals.
v Superior protection against rusting and
v Easy low temperature starting.
T E C H N I C A L D A T
PD 32 PD 68 PD 100 PD 150
Density @ 15°C, kg/ltr 0.873 0.878 0.8785 0.893
Viscosity @ 40°C, cSt 32 68 100 150
Viscosity @ 100°C, cSt 5.57 8.57 11.4 15.0
Viscosity Index 110 96 100 100
Flash Point, °C 216 222 243 246
Pour Point, °C -27 -15 -12 -12
VD-L Grade Number (DIN 51506) 32 68 100 150
Conradson Carbon Residue after
Pneurop oxidation, % 2.3 2.8 3.0 3.7
Oxidation, IP 280
Sludge, % 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1
TOP, % 0.3 0.4 0.4 0.4