How do you use Nylog?
Where do you put Nylog?
So all I do is just get a little dropping dialog right at the end of the applicator. Put that on there and then just walk that around. That's the only place I'm concerned.
How do you use Nylog red?
Nylog Red is fully miscible and compatible with mineral oil refrigerants and oils.
- Turn off or disconnect all power.
- Apply Nylog to gaskets, threads, or use as an assembly lube.
- Tighten connections.
- All Done!
Which Nylog for r134a?
Rt201b (blue label) is the stuff to use with r134a / PAG oil systems.
Can you use Nylog on flares?
A small amount of refrigerant oil or Nylog Blue (which is compatible with all refrigerants) should be applied to the flare face before tightening the connection. Make sure that oil or Nylog does not get onto the threads of the flare as this will act like a lubricant.
Can you use Nylog blue on gas lines?
Nylog Blue is an elastic fluid made from synthetic refrigeration grade compressor oil. Nylog Blue is fully miscible and compatible with all system refrigerants and oils. Gaskets coated with Nylog will never dry or become heat fixed to the surface.
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How do you use a leak lock?
Leak Lock should be applied to clean joint surfaces, either with the applicator brush or any convenient spatula. Apply Leak Lock to both mating surfaces. Tack should be allowed to develop before joints are assembled.
What is the difference between Nylog red and blue?
NYLOG RED Is based on Mineral Oil and used on Ammonia, Propane, CFC or HCFC systems. NYLOG BLUE is synthetic ester oils fully compatible with all systems including those based on PVE oil, HFO refrigerants and CO2.
How do you clean up Nylog?
It is oil based. As a solvent, try WD-40 first, then POE oil. If that doesn’t work then move to something more aggressive like lacquer thinner or goof off.
What is refrigerant oil?
Refrigerant oil is a special high-temperature formulation designed for use in cooling systems, so it is important to use the recommended lubricant for the equipment. Oil that is too heavy will not flow smoothly to all working parts. Oil that is too light will not adhere properly, causing inadequate lubrication.