RAVENOL Break-In Oil SAE 20W-50
- 1 L | 1114110-001
- 4 L | 1114110-004
- 20 L | 1114110-020
- SAE 20W-50
- Motor oils for passenger cars
RAVENOL Break-In Oil SAE 20W-50 is a mineral feed oil for the start-up filling and breaking-in of repaired or
overhauled engines with special high-pressure additives that can withstand very high pressure.
RAVENOL Break-In Oil SAE 20W-50 dispenses with the use of friction coefficient improving additives (friction
modifier) to considerably shorten the break-in phase for rebuilt and modified engines. The piston rings are
rapidly seated. Due to its high content of 2.5% ZDDP (zinc dithiophosphate) (equivalent to approx. 2,500 ppm zinc), RAVENOL
Break-In Oil SAE 20W-50 is especially recommended for driving classic V8 engines with flat tappets.
RAVENOL Break-In Oil SAE 20W-50 protects the camshaft, lifter and valve train in the running-in phase of the
RAVENOL Break-In Oil SAE 20W-50 is very well suited for all high-lift and high-speed camshafts and
regulates the first run-in clearance of engine mounts.
RAVENOL Break-In Oil SAE 20W-50 is well suited for racing engines, which have hardly a warm-up phase.
RAVENOL Break-In Oil SAE 20W-50 serves as a classic break-in oil and therefore can only remain in the engine for a short time (max. 1000km). The particularly high levels of anti-wear additives offer extra protection during the critical break-in phase of rebuilt engines.
Please pay attention to the specifications of your engine reconditioners during the break-in phase. High engine loads and speeds are to be avoided.
RAVENOL Break-In Oil SAE 20W-50 offers:
- Very high levels of ZDDP
- No friction modifier
- Breaks the engine in as quickly as possible
|Density at 20°C||kg/m³||882||DIN EN 12185|
|Viscosity at 100°C||mm²/s||18,3||DIN 51562|
|Viscosity at 40°C||mm²/s||160,4||DIN 51 562|
|Viscosity index VI||127||DIN ISO 2909|
|CCS Viscosity at -15°C||mPa*s||7330||ASTM D5293|
|Pourpoint||°C||-33||DIN ISO 3016|
|Flash point (COC)||°C||242||DIN ISO 2592|
|TBN||mg KOH/g||5,0||ASTM D2896|
|Sulphated ash||%wt.||0,9||DIN 51 575|