AFO VEct

AircoFridge Optimizer is an advanced Component package specifically engineered for the severe service environments of air conditioning and refrigeration systems. By adding only 5% by volume mixture of AFO with the compressor’s refrigeration oil, operating and maintenance cost are reduced. Depending on the condition of the system, energy cost drop between 8% and 20% due to reduced compressor friction and improved unit capacity. Special anti-friction Components improve the compressor’s mechanical efficiency t reduce power consumption. In addition, the supplement contains Components that improve coil heat transfer. This improved thermal efficiency (heat duty) increases the unit’s capacity, thus allowing it to run fewer hours per day for the same amount of cooling. The reduced wear and tear that accompanies improved system operations extends equipment life and reduces overall maintenance costs.

Using AircoFridge Optimizer is a quick, simple, and cost effective way to lower air conditioning and refrigeration systems operation and maintenance cost. It is AFO technology that makes such cost savings possible. The following technical discussion describes the supplement’s ingredients and explains how they function. AircoFridge Optimizer consists of a napthenic oil base and a number of specially developed Components. A napthenic oil is used as the supplement’s foundation because of its excellent Viscosity Index qualities, and its low pour point.

A tremendous amount of research was conducted in the United States to develop the Components used in AircoFridge Optimizer. Once developed, extensive laboratory testing was performed to fine tune the precise quantities of each Component in order to maximize product performance. The result is an advanced refrigeration oil Component package that, when used as directed, significantly improves the performance of air conditioning and refrigeration systems. AFO uses 5 types of Components: anti-wear Components, oxidation inhibitors, corrosion inhibitors, surfactant agents, and conditioners. Each of these are discusses in detail.