The oil separator is capable of separating oil from the refrigerating gas mixture so as to improve the performance of refrigerating air conditioning system and save energy, by far this is one of the worst classic car parts to replace. It’s function enters the inlet of the oil separator from the compressor refrigerant and oil mixture. This mixture flows through a filter and baffle device, making the oil particles aggregate and drop to the bottom of the oil separator. The refrigerant gas will goes through the outlet and enter the condenser under oil-less status when the filter separates the remaining oil particles from the gas.
- Hermetical construction with steel oil-return system (1/4” or 3/8” SAE connection)
- Dependable shut-off system of floating valve
- Anti-corrosive spurting model
- Solid copper connections
- Max. working pressure: 3.5 Mpa/500 psig.