I changed the oil in a couple of Copeland hermetic compressors, these had mineral oil in as the system runs R22, I put POE oil in so that the systems are one step nearer being able to run on a R22 replacement should they leak after the ban on use.
I also replaced a leaking oil sight glass and replaced a fusible plug.

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20 thoughts on “Copeland Compressor Oil Change

  1. Jim Pettinato says:

    I wish our Copeland semi hermetics had sight glasses, to change oil I have to cut the suction and discharge lines, tip the compressor over, measure then refill the compressor then braze the lines. The oil collects the impurities like waxes, acids, and carbonization. I highly recommend adding "Supco oil additive", it lines all the metal parts and makes them more slippery, improving lubrication on a rough running compressor. It also dissolves carbonization build up in TXV strainer screens, they can go years partially plugged up.

  2. C K says:

    Please advise – we have a R22 compressor but we needed a R410 Compressor. it is not available locally.
    can we just change the compressor oil from a r22 oil to a r410 oil and recharge r410 freon in it. will it work??

  3. Z Ack says:

    How the hell did anybody hear this shy cat? Here I am full chooch with a 1000watt amp and a full range speaker setup from an 18" powered sub to horns that both range from 20hz to mosquito… And all I heard was a Britishesque mumble. Anybody remember that Seinfeld episode? Hot damn jonny dough, speak up.. That dog fukn blew my left testicle though from how loud I had it cranked to hear sir mumblebee tuna.. My cats fart would overpower mr voice box over here.. 'twas but a shaky quiff with various vowels and the sound of a distant microphone somewhere at an audio store sharting on a mute Fran dresher. And the world was at peace.. I might as well go look at asmr now and listen to the weird fucks chew something..

  4. Generation X Nation says:

    Sorry this is 4 years late but that oil didnt look bad for how old it was…
    Hey your vids are so much more than the u.s does it….no sight glass really…no oil changes…no real service or p.m's just break it and replace it…that sucks…all my systems are at least 20 years old and there kicking ass still

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