Fluid Metrics, LLC
4514 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd. #252
Dunwoody , GA 30338
Phone: (770) 393-8636
Fax: (770) 393-8631
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Advanced PAG/POE Formulation
Formulated by the same Lubricant Chemist responsible for
IR’s Ultra Coolant™
2 Years or
Did You Know?
Compressor OEMs began using synthetic fluids more than 30 years ago. Despite major advances in lubricant technologies, OEMs continue to supply outdated formulations that need to be changed once a year, or every 8,000 hrs.
(Typical Test Results)
OEM compressor fluids have exorbitant mark-ups, often selling to customers at more than 400% over their cost.
OEM fluid sales and profits account for the largest portion of their highly profitable “consumable” parts business.
Compressor OEMs and their distributors are highly motivated to maximize their customers’ fluid purchases.
Compressor OEMs and their distributors are known to withhold new technologies that save their customers money by increasing oil life and reducing fluid purchases.
The compressor OEMs’ recommendation for “time-based” fluid changes (8,000 hrs. or once a year), is a costly and wasteful practice designed to maximize lucrative oil sales.
Each year more than 5 million gallons of compressor fluid, costing users more than $300,000,000 annually, is needlessly replaced as a result of routine, “time-based” oil changes.
Oil condition monitoring with routine oil analysis is the only way to determine a fluid’s actual in-service condition, and whether or not the fluid needs to be replaced.
Compressor fluids are fortified with essential additives that naturally deplete while in service. Compressor OEMs could easily offer additive supplements to restore fluid performance, but they would rather sell you more oil.
Compressor fluids don’t wear out, and if properly maintained, can remain in service indefinitely.
A comprehensive strategy that includes state-of-the-art fluid chemistry, contaminant controls, and fluid conditioning technologies, combined with regular oil analysis, is proven to dramatically increase oil service life and minimize compressor maintenance costs.
Compressor Maintenance Cost
OEM Fluid with COP
$ / Gallon / Year
Compressor Maintenance System