Question about Robinair 13204 Premium High Vacuum Pump Oil - 4 Gallons

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Vacuum pump oil

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my question if i can use any other oil type rather than specific vacuum pump oil.

Actually i am short of specific oil and it is urget.

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  • aouate_chris Mar 26, 2009

    what weight can the oil be, or density, i know it comes in different types, i have 2 robinair vacuum pumps and they are out of oil

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If you are using 6CFM vacuum pump then it's need 16 OZ.of oil & you should change every 10 Hrs of vacuuming.You can use Yello jacket vacuum pump oil also.

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Yes you can use air tool oil. thanks for useing fixya rate me

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