Oil type Mineral
RAVENOL Umlaufoel NB-E 100 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 100 is mineral oil based, demulsifying according to DIN 51 524-1 (HL) resp. DIN 51 517-2 (CL).
RAVENOL Umlaufoel NB-E 100 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 100 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.
- A low foaming tendency
- A good air release
- A high resistance to aging
- A good corrosion protection
- A good viscosity-temperature behavior
- A good wear protection
- A high oxidation resistance
Technical Product Data
|Density at 20 °C||875,0||kg/m³||EN ISO 12185|
|Viscosity at 100 °C||11,2||mm²/s||DIN 51562-1|
|Viscosity at 40 °C||100,2||mm²/s||DIN 51562-1|
|Viscosity Index VI||98||DIN ISO 2909|
|Pourpoint||-21||°C||DIN ISO 3016|
|Flashpoint||264||°C||DIN EN ISO 2592|