Oil in Refrigeration Plants
Oil in Refrigeration Plants (1984)-Failing or insufficient lubrication is a major cause of compressor break-downs. The lubrication may fail for a number of reasons, a. o. too much superheat of the suction gas, too high discharge gas temperature from too high compression ratio, too high refrigerant content in the oil, or too high oil temperature, e.g. due to failing compressor cooling. A considerable part of all break-downs could be avoided either by selecting a more suitable oil, by small improvements in plant lay-out, or by minor changes in operating conditions. Compressor lubrication is therefore an important subject, which, so far, has not been given the attention it deserves.
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