With the exception of multigrade hydraulic oils, specifi ed in DIN 51524-3, the multigrade characteristic is of secondary importance in the field of industry not least because industrial machines are operated at a constant temperature. FAQs ��w3���o�\©�b�[\ڇ��ȴ�Ʒ��6�����Q��������f%֌UFWY�,Q6��bb���>� �s���� ٳ��^n8u���B�M����$�lp��M�TK������sq����͈Q����?|�v����� ����y��sEp�����ńװ���i��rHK��Sh9b��XV�#�:*�� �o�����������H�A�`S�+zd�D��p��'�\�4/�I*z Used as a cleaner and solvent for inks in fine art printmaking as well as in oil painting, though turpentine is more often used. 0000007386 00000 n %���� Nearly all physical media and foodstuffs have a specific viscosity. The oil can become extremely thin. However, gear oils that are suitable for use at low temperatures are also denoted with a W. The table for gear oils wasn’t updated until the end of 2005 with classes SAE 110 and SAE 190. 0000001471 00000 n Used in small quantities (2–3 drops daily) to clean ears. 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They consist of mineral, semi- or fully synthetic base oil (base stocks) plus a varying number and amount of additives. Mineral Oil Light Viscosity 309 0 obj <> endobj xref In order to design bearings, lubrication holes, pump pressures or tooth widths, for example, they often need the actual dynamic viscosity at precisely defined upper and lower threshold temperatures. In the case of dynamic or “true” viscosity, flow resistance within a liquid is measured. It became necessary to do so on account of the broad viscosity range of the “old” SAE 90 (18.5 cSt up to <24 cSt at 100° C) and the old SAE 140 (24 cSt up to < 41 cSt at 100° C). 0000001116 00000 n 0000102559 00000 n With these calculations, it is important to note that, prior to this, the density, which is usually indicated at 15°C for lubricants, must be converted for a density at 40°C or 100°C or the operating temperature (xx) according to the formula In metrological terms, the viscosity of a lubricating oil, which has been changed on account of high pressure, is very difficult to determine. 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In this paper, for calculation of numerical values of dynamic viscosity, at specific temperature, Vogel equation is used. When the solidifying point is eventually reached, the oil will become so thick that it can no longer move at all. Even oils with the same viscosity at, for example, 40°C can behave totally differently at 0°C or 100°C. Thin lubricating oils are mostly deemed to have low viscosity and thick lubricating oils are deemed to have high viscosity. That’s the only way that conclusions can be drawn on the causes of viscosity changes with sufficient accuracy. 0000122304 00000 n Viscosity-pressure behaviour is also a lubricantspecific parameter which can however, for the most part, be neglected since, at pressures below 400 bar, it is virtually insignificant. The viscosity of an oil can change for reasons other than just temperature and pressure. The system was cleaned with a thin flushing oil prior to being filled. Using the mathematical conversion (double logarithmical calculation), VT behaviour can be approximated to such a degree using a straight line through two points (usually at 40°C und 100°C), that viscosity at all other temperatures can be read from the diagram. Oxidation inhibitors, ageing-delaying additives have decomposed. Used as an ingredient in baby lotions, cold creams, ointments and other pharmaceuticals and low-grade cosmetics. The viscosity of this paste was, however, altered in Roman times, for example with honey. They take exact doses of less than 1 ml of oil per capillary and do this for over 1,000 samples a day. mineral oil hydrocarbon solvent (petroleum). There is the positive effect that, with traditional lubricating oils, the viscosity in the lubricating film is increased to such an extent on account of the prevailing pressure on it that the surfaces are kept apart. ��LiԄ����6Ƣ?A: �����*)Y-�_ٴ�a&��3U�����g-[h�� During operations, the oil has absorbed oxygen on account of the temperature and has therefore been oxidised. These ISL Houillon viscometers have been retrofi tted with synchronous robots. Viscosity: dynamic and kinematic In physical terms, viscosity reflects the internal friction which ensues when neighbouring liquid layers are displaced. HLVP oil with a higher viscosity index can, for example, cover a broader temperature range. For every oil sample, OELCHECK assesses viscosity at 40°C and 100°C and calculates the viscosity index from that. If an oil is used as a hydraulic fluid, it must in turn demonstrate particular fluid behaviours in order to enable the desired power transmission. The system covers 18 viscosity ranges. 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