Construction - Compressor Oils A Better Class of Oil for Over 90 Years

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Construction Compressor Oils

A family owned and operated business, Penrite knows what it takes to be competitive and successful in Australia. Since 1926, we have listened and worked closely with generations of Australian businesses and construction companies to understand, not only their product requirements, but also their business needs.

We understand it's not just about quality products that meet the latest requirements of global manufacturers. We recognise the importance of inventory management, reducing maintenance requirements and downtime, increasing profitability and the service life of equipment. From these learnings, we continue to tailor the highest quality lubricants and fluids for your vehicles, equipment and machinery. Our locally produced performance products cover all your needs for your entire commercial, mining & construction equipment whether aged or modern.

Penrite is not only made in Australia, but tried and tested for the harshest and toughest conditions. That's why we understand your investment.

Compressor Oils 2KH

Indus Compressor Oil 2KH ISO 32
Indus Compressor Oil 2KH ISO 68
Indus Compressor Oil 2KH ISO 100
Indus Compressor Oils 2KH are mineral based air compressor oil designed for use in many rotary screw, reciprocating and rotary vane compressors needing an ISO 100 oil of this type, providing up to 2000 hour oil drain periods.

Compressor Oils 4KH

Indus Compressor Oil 4KH ISO 46
Indus Compressor Oil 4KH ISO 68
Indus Compressor Oil 4KH are a full synthetic, special, ashless, synthetic based oils, designed to provide extended oil drains in both oil injected and oil flooded rotary screw compressors. They contain a special shear stable synthetic base oil to help reduce deposit formation.

Penrite recommend "The Right Oil for the Right Application".

To find the right engine oil, transmission, brake, steering, suspension fluid, grease or
coolant for your vehicle, please visit the Penrite Lube Guide by clicking on the following link.
Penrite Lube Guide

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