oils

Oils are used to reduce friction between moving parts, prolong their service life and save energy. They dissipate heat well from the lubricating point and have a notedly good creep and wetting behaviour. Therefore, oil lubrication is often used... Read more Read more

Product Brand Volume (ml) Packaging Density (20°C) Viscosity (40°C) Min temperature (°C) Max temperature (°C) Salt spray test (h) Viscosity (25°C) Four-ball test rig (welding load) (N)
Maintenance Oil Spray 400ml...
+2 days
OKS 400 Spray can 0.82 3 -30 60 100 - -
Synthetic Oil Spray for...
+2 days
OKS 100 Spray can 0.84 - -50 100 - 17.5 -
Corrosion Protection Oil...
+2 days
OKS 5000 - 0.81 21.5 -40 80 100 - -
Synthetic Adhesive...
+2 days
OKS 400 - 0.85 100 -35 180 - - 3000
High-temperature...
+2 days
OKS 1000 - 1.01 108 - 200 - - 2800
High-temperature Adhesive...
+2 days
OKS 400 Spray can 0.91 4000 -10 250 - - 2200
Gear Oil for Food...
+2 days
OKS 5000 - 0.85 320 -30 120 - - -
Multipurpose Oil Food...
+2 days
OKS 120 - 0.84 100 -35 135 - - -
Hydraulic Oil Food...
+2 days
OKS 5000 - 0.83 66 -40 135 - - -
BIOlogic Multi-oil...
+2 days
OKS 300 - 0.92 - -5 160 - 40 -
Silicone Oil 1L OKS 1010/2
+2 days
OKS 1000 - 0.97 - -50 200 - 1000 -
Silicone Oil 1L OKS 1050/1
+2 days
OKS 1000 - 0.97 - -50 200 - 500 -
Special Oil for Pneumatic...
+2 days
Tameson 5000 - - - -35 85 - - -
Special Oil for High...
+2 days
Tameson 20000 - - - -35 85 - - -
Silicone Oil 1L OKS 1010/1
+2 days
OKS 1000 - 0.97 - -50 200 - 100 -
oils

oils

Oils are used to reduce friction between moving parts, prolong their service life and save energy. They dissipate heat well from the lubricating point and have a notedly good creep and wetting behaviour. Therefore, oil lubrication is often used at high temperatures or high speeds of rotation. A few common applications include gears, chains, bearings, hydraulics, and compressors.

Characteristics of oils:

  • Viscosity - Dimension for the inner friction of liquids. Choosing the viscosity of an oil depends on the area in which it is to be used. The following basically applies: Low viscosity for low pressure stress and high sliding speeds, high viscosity for high pressure stress, low sliding speeds and high temperatures.
  • Operating temperature - Temperature range of the optimal performance. The viscosity of an oil depends on the temperature, the pressure and shear stress as well as the time in which it happens. The temperature has the greatest impact. As the temperature increases, the viscosity decreases and vice versa, depending on the type of oil.
  • Flashing point - Lowest temperature at which the vapour-air mixture catches fire through extraneous ignition.
  • Setting point - The lowest temperature at which the oil is still capable of flowing.
  • Base oil - Plays a decisive role in the selection of a lubricating oil. Mineral oils, synthetic hydrocarbons, ester, polyglycols and silicone oils differ notably in their physical properties and chemical behaviour.