RAVENOL Oldtimer Regular SAE 40 API SA
- 1 L | 1118104-001
- 5 L | 1118104-005
- 60 L | 1118104-060
- API SA
- Oldtimer Classic
With their unique formulation, RAVENOL Classic 1 Engine Oils extend the service life of engines in older vehicles by offering protection against sludge formation and wear and tear. By minimising friction, fuel consumption is also reduced.
RAVENOL Oldtimer Regular SAE 40 API SA is a non-alloyed single grade engine oil for use in classic vehicles without an oil filter. It is manufactured using carefully selected pure mineral raffinates. It provides oxidation stability, it is non-foaming and also has excellent viscosity-temperature characteristics. Thanks to its low setting point, this oil can be used in both low and high temperatures and guarantees perfect lubrication. It is suitable for use in most petrol engines / classic vehicles built before 1930.
RAVENOL Oldtimer Regular SAE 40 API SA is especially recommended for old pre-war engines, where sludge should settle in the oil pan as there is no oil filter. The oil does not contain any active ingredients which can remove the sludge or deposits and keep them in suspension. Using this oil in modern engines can lead to defective performance or cause damage.
RAVENOL Oldtimer Regular SAE 40 API SA is designed for use in the engines of vehicles which were built prior to 1930, where the API specification SA is required.
Adhere to oil change intervals specified in the manufacturer's instructions.
RAVENOL Oldtimer Regular SAE 40 API SA offers:
- Power stability at any operating temperature
- Neutrality against sealing materials
- Protection against corrosion
- A stable lubrication film even in hot oil and high loads
- Good shear stability and oxidation stability
- Good settling of sludge in the oil pan as there is no oil filter
|Density at 20°C||kg/m³||882,0||EN ISO 12185|
|Viscosity at 100°C||mm²/s||13,8||DIN 51 562|
|Viscosity at 40°C||mm²/s||141,2||DIN 51 562|
|Viscosity index VI||93||DIN ISO 2909|
|Pourpoint||°C||-12||DIN ISO 3016|
|Flash point (COC)||°C||274||DIN ISO 2592|