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We attempted to duplicate the results of our test with PAG 100 refrigerant oil and water. It's clear to see that there is a difference in refrigerant oils!
We shook the sample for 30 seconds attempting to duplicate the results of our test with PAG 100 refrigerant oil. As shown in the photo on the right... the Polymax2 refrigerant oil starts to separate from the water as soon as it's allowed to stand. (This photo was taken immediately after the mixture was allowed to stand).
Within 30 seconds of letting the water (red) and Polymax2 refrigerant oil sample stand, you can clearly see how the two separate.
At about 60 seconds after allowing the mixture to sit, the Polymax2 oil clearly shows that it will not absorb the water like the sample of PAG 100 did.
90 seconds after letting the mixture sit, the water and oil continue to separate. We could go further with this and continue to take photos... but we think you get the picture.

Unlike PAG, the Polymax2 refrigerant oil just did not absorb or mix with the water.

So why would you use a refrigerant oil that absorbs moisture and can easily contaminate your auto A/C system?

We thought so... you can order Polymax2 refrigerant oil from this page... just scroll down!

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