RAVENOL Umlaufoel NB-E 46

CategoryIndustrial oil

Item number1333005

Viscosity 46

Specification DIN 51506 VBL, VCL, DIN 51517-2, DIN 51524-1

Oil type Mineral

Application Industry

RAVENOL Umlaufoel NB-E 46

is a hydraulic and lubricating oil (machine oil) based on select base oils with active agents to improve the ageing behaviour and corrosion protection.

RAVENOL Umlaufoel NB-E 46

is mineral oil based, demulsifying according to DIN 51 524-1 (HL) andDIN 51 517-2 (CL).

Application Note

RAVENOL Umlaufoel NB-E 4

is a demulsifying lubricating oil for circulatory and bearing lubrication. It is an excellent fluid medium for all applications in mobile and stationary hydraulic systems where the use of a hydraulic oil according to DIN 51 524-1 (HL) is recommended.

RAVENOL Umlaufoel NB-E 4

is excellent for operating conditions including high temperatures encountered e.g. in calenders and lubricating systems on rolling stands. Also proven excellent for vacuum pumps.DIN 51 524-1 HL: Hydraulic oils for hydraulic systems with primarily hydrostatic drive, with high thermal stress and/or where corrosion is to be expected e.g. due to ingress of water. Also use in hydraulic systems with hydrodynamic drive, provided they meet the requirements of these drives.DIN 51 517-2 CL: For circulatory lubrication requiring high age durability and/or anti-corrosion. Also suitable as hydraulic oils and general lubricating or machine oils. Recommended where e.g. corrosion may occur due to water or for higher lubricating oil temperatures.  DIN 51 506 VBL: For air compressors and compressors, incl. Reservoir and pipeline systems activating brake, tipping, signal or conveyor systems by compressed air, stationary and on vehicles with discharge temperatures up to 140°C.

Technical Product Data

Colour hellgelb VISUELL
Viscosity at 100 °C mm²/s 7,2 DIN 51562-1
Viscosity at 40 °C mm²/s 47,0 DIN 51562-1
Viscosity Index VI 113 DIN ISO 2909
Density at 20 °C kg/m³ 871,5 EN ISO 12185
Flashpoint °C 238 DIN EN ISO 2592
Pourpoint °C -27 DIN ISO 3016

All indicated data are approximate values and are subject to the commercial fluctuations.

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