RAVENOL UTTO CVT Fluid is a combined transmission and hydraulic oil for agricultural, forestry and construction machinery. It is a special developed universal oil which can be used in combined hydraulic and transmission systems as well as in wet brakes in modern machines. High quality base oils and selected additives guarantee trouble-free operation of all aggregates at at any seasons.
RAVENOL UTTO CVT Fluid offers a wide range of applications as it meets a large number of specifications.
RAVENOL UTTO CVT Fluid was specially developed for use in CVT transmissions and therefore offers optimized friction behavior and maximum wear protection.
RAVENOL UTTO CVT Fluid is suitable for wet brakes in powershift clutches and auxiliary drives.The product is not suitable as an engine oil.
- a very high stable viscosity index for year-round use
- a very low pour point
- a high oxidation stability
- protection against corrosion and wear
- a convenient coefficient of friction during running brakes in oil bath (wet brakes) of load changecouplings and minor drives
- zincfree formulation
- very good water tolerance in the hydraulic and transmission circuit
Technical Product Data
|Density at 20 °C||kg/m³||863,3||EN ISO 12185|
|Viscosity at 100 °C||mm²/s||9,3||DIN 51562-1|
|Viscosity at 40 °C||mm²/s||56,4||DIN 51562-1|
|Viscosity Index VI||147||DIN ISO 2909|
|CCS Viscosity at -35 °C||mm²/s||5730||ASTM D5293|
|Brookfield Viscosity at -26 °C||mm²/s||6100||ASTM D2983|
|Pourpoint||°C||-42||DIN ISO 3016|
|Noack Volatility||% M/M||8,0||ASTM D5800|
|Flashpoint||°C||230||DIN EN ISO 2592|
|tbn||mg KOH/g||2,38||ASTM D2896|
|Sulphated Ash||%wt.||0,3||DIN 51575|
|VKA Four Ball Test (Wear)||mm||0,5||DIN EN ISO 20623|
|Foaming tendency (Seq. I, II, III)||---||---|
|Seq. I at 24 °C||ml/ml||10/0||ASTM D892|
|Seq. II at 93,5 °C||ml/ml||20/0||ASTM D892|
|Seq. III at 24 °C after 93,5 °C||ml/ml||10/0||ASTM D892|
|Copper Corrosion:||1b||ASTM D130|
|mm²/s||8,372||DIN EN ISO 20844|
All indicated data are approximate values and are subject to the commercial fluctuations.