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Old 04-14-2009, 08:43 PM   #1
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Where can I purchase NEO 22 refrigerant oil or oil that is compatiable with the new R410A refrigerant use in ductless airconditioning?

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HVAC supply house.

How do you know how much oil to add?

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I am not adding it. I want it to put on yellow jacket flaring tool, to flare line sets for ductless air. I tried HVAC supply houses, none have it.
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Just ask them for POE oil.
They may not carry that specific brand/viscosity.

You can always go to a refrigeration supply house.
Refrigeration has been using POE oil longer then A/C units.
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you don't need oil on a flaring tool tip if it is soft copper after the cut justreem the inside out to clear the burrs out so you get a good flare.drop of 3 in 1 oil on your finger and run it around the point of the flare cone will help and not contaminate the system.
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Just ask them for POE oil.
They may not carry that specific brand/viscosity.

You can always go to a refrigeration supply house.
Refrigeration has been using POE oil longer then A/C units.
Thanks for your help. I got the POE oil.
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