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Aeon PD 55 Gallon Synthetic Blower Oil

Item # 28G28
$4,305.71

55 Gallon Drum of AEON PD Synthetic Blower Oil. 

Aeon PD synthetic oil is industrial grade oil specifically formulated for use in PD blowers & vacuum pumps. Aeon PD Synthetic oil is the factory recommended gear and bearing lubricant for Sutorbilt, CycloBlower, Drum, HeliFlow, TriFlow, & DuroFlow units.  Extended service life; Aeon PD last up to 4 times longer than most mineral based oils which decreases servicing intervals, disposal costs & is better for the environment. Aeon PD is a synthetic hydrocarbon based oil with a custom blend of additives to increase corrosion protection and retain viscosity in the most demanding environments including high temperature applications. Aeon PD provides superior water and oil separation and contains anti-foaming additives to extend blower life. Aeon PD is the PD blower oil of choice for the most demanding applications operating environments.

55 Gal. Drum: AEON PD Synthetic Blower Oil 
55 gallons = 7040 oz.

 

*Please reference the product brochures & technical specifications for additional information.

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You should let it warm up until the rpms come down. On a typcail engine, when you first turn it on, the rpms go up to about 1200 rpms and after about 30 seconds or so it drops down to 1000 800 rpms. One of the reasons is to minimize fuel consumption. At start up, the engine is in an open loop for the fuel system which means it is running a rich fuel mixture until readings from the sensors let the computer know it is at operating temperature. If you start driving it immediately, (according to many experts that you can find online) the engine will run rich for a longer period of time and waste more fuel than if you would have just let it idle for a few seconds. Also, all of the parts are dry and it takes a few seconds for them to lubricate.

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Great Product!
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Posted by:
Sadia

You should let it warm up until the rpms come down. On a typcail engine, when you first turn it on, the rpms go up to about 1200 rpms and after about 30 seconds or so it drops down to 1000 800 rpms. One of the reasons is to minimize fuel consumption. At start up, the engine is in an open loop for the fuel system which means it is running a rich fuel mixture until readings from the sensors let the computer know it is at operating temperature. If you start driving it immediately, (according to many experts that you can find online) the engine will run rich for a longer period of time and waste more fuel than if you would have just let it idle for a few seconds. Also, all of the parts are dry and it takes a few seconds for them to lubricate.

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