Oils with high-performance additives for reliable lubrication
Oils dissipate heat well from the lubricating point. In addition, they have a notedly good creep and wetting behaviour. Therefore oil lubrication is often used at high temperatures or high speeds of rotation. Typical fields of application are gears, chains, friction bearings, hydraulics and compressors.
|Viscosity||DIN 51561||Dimension for the inner friction of liquids|
|ISO VG||DIN 51519||Classification of oils into viscosity classes based on DIN 51561|
|Operating temperature||Temperature range of the optimal performance|
|Flashing point||DIN ISO 2592||Lowest temperature at which the vapour-air mixture catches fire through extraneous ignition|
|Setting point||DIN ISO 3016||The lowest temperature at which the oil is still just capable of flowing|