A/C system fluids 9891 PAG 46 Refrigerant oil

Product Features

Viscosity & Performance Grade

PAG Oil Recommendations for Various Compressors
Cooling System Type
Calsonic CR14 PAG 46
Calsonic CWV6 PAG 46
Calsonic V6 PAG 46
Chrysler A590 PAG 46
Chrysler C171 PAG 46
Denso 10P PAG 46
Denso 10S PAG 46
Denso 6C PAG 46
Denso 6CA PAG 46
Denso 6E PAG 46
Denso 6P PAG 46
Denso 6SB PAG 46
Denso 7SB PAG 46
Denso SC08 PAG 46
Ford FS10 PAG 46
Ford FS6 PAG 46
Ford VF2 PAG 46
Hadsys HS-090L PAG 46
Hadsys RC17 PAG 46
Hitachi (all models) PAG 46
Matsushita (all models) PAG 46
Mitsubishi (all models) PAG 46
Panasonic (all models) PAG 46
Sanden SD7 (splined shaft) PAG 46
Sanden SD7V PAG 46
Sanden TR PAG 46
Sanden TRF PAG 46
Sanden TRS PAG 46
Zexel DCW PAG 46
Zexel DKS PAG 46
Zexel TM PAG 46
Bosch Axial PAG 100
Calsonic DKV PAG 100
Chrysler RV2 PAG 100
Denso 2C PAG 100
Denso TV PAG 100
Keihin (all models) PAG 100
Nihon DKV PAG 100
Nihon NVR PAG 100
Sanden SD5 PAG 100
Sanden SD7 PAG 100
Seiko-Seiki (all models) PAG 100
Tecumseh (all models) PAG 100
York (all models) PAG 100
Zexel DCV PAG 100
Zexel DKP PAG 100
Zexel DKV PAG 100
Calsonic V5 PAG 150
GM A6 PAG 150
GM R4 PAG 150
GM V5 PAG 150
GM V7 PAG 150
Denso 10SRE18 PAG ND-8
Visteon RS-18 PAG VC-46
Sanden Electric SE-10Y

Product Info

Fully synthetic oil which is used for lubrication, sealing and cooling of refrigerant compressors or refrigerant circuits in passenger or commercial vehicles’ air conditioning systems. Miscible with type R134a fluids. Complies with the requirements of standard refrigerant compressors and refrigeration system manufacturers.

Wet the seals with a brush during assembly. To top up or replace the refrigerant oil use a special filling cylinder and an air conditioning system filling device. Always reseal the package after use to prevent the oil from absorbing moisture from the air.

Automotive air conditioning compressors require specific types of lubricants. Most 1996 and newer A/C systems use the R134a refrigerant and require some type of PAG (polyalkylene glycol) oil for the compressor. If the wrong type of compressor oil or the wrong viscosity compressor oil is used, it may damage the compressor. In fact, the main reason for a newly installed A/C compressor to fail is using the wrong type of compressor oil.


PAG oils should NEVER be used in hybrid vehicles because they are electrically conductive. POE (polyol ester) oils are usually specified for hybrid cars that have electrically driven A/C compressors because they are non-conductive. Using the wrong oil may allow current to short circuit back through the A/C compressor, creating a shock hazard.
Mineral oils should only be used in older R-12 A/C compressors because R-12 will not mix with the R134a refrigerant.
”Universal” A/C compressor oils are often PAO-based and do not have the same viscosity as the PAG oils recommended for a specific type of compressor. This can lead to poor lubrication and premature compressor failure.
PAO (Polyalphaolefin) oil can sometimes be used as a substitute for certain PAG oils if the compressor manufacturer approves it.
Newer vehicles with R-1234yf A/C systems require a special 1234yf compressor oil specified by the vehicle manufacturer. General Motors recommends GM lubricants only (PAG-PSD1 #19260643 for 2013/14 Cadillac XTS, and PAG-ND12 #19299051 for 2013 Cadillac ATS). Universal compressor oils should NOT be used in R-1234yf applications.

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