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I would contact Compair for the manual as John suggested. Do you have any oil analysis data or is this a time based change? Are there any indications of varnishing? If so you might want to do a flush before the change. If it is an older machine off warranty you can save yourself many $$$$ by going to an aftermarket lubricant. All of the compressor OEMs sell a very expensive "special" lubricant for their machines. Most often they buy a PAG or some other oil in bulk, repackage it, slap their sticker on it and raise the price by double. I've had good experience with going from the synthetic to a dino oil formulated specifically for screw compressors. The additive packages are more robust.
RM

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