Ravenol biodegradable lubricants
RAVENOL BIO-Abschmierfett 2 is a natural colored lubricating grease, based on a calcium saponified biodegradable ester synthetic base oil.
RAVENOL BIO-Abschmierfett 2 data sheet
RAVENOL BIO-Hydraulikoel HEES 46 is based on synthetic, easily biodegradable ester and a powerful, environmentally friendly combination of additives which gives the product excellent properties regarding oxidation stability, corrosion, low temperatures as well as EP behaviour.
RAVENOL BIO-Hydraulikoel HEES 46 data sheet
With Ravenol’s USVO oils, RAVENOL now offers “state of the art” products that are second to none. Motorsport lubricant technology is now also available for the street!
Why does RAVENOL offers two quality grades with similar or comparable approvals/ specifications?
Manufacturer specifications such as VW 504 00 / 507 00 cover a variety of aggregates in many different vehicle types, such as a 1.4L TDI in the Volkswagen Polo V, a 3.0L TDI in the Audi Q7 through to the Audi RS6 5.0 TFSI quattro.
The manufacturer specifications can only ever cover a minimum requirement for average use, but not different driving styles and areas of usage and the resulting strains. An AUDI RS6 with over 500 hp is generally driven in a different way to a Volkswagen 1.4L Polo. The lubricants used in such vehicles are therefore also subject to greater levels of strain, for example as a result of shear forces and higher operating temperatures.
In order to offer both groups of customers a product which is tailored to their requirements, RAVENOL offers OEM-grade and USVO-grade products and the latter significantly exceed manufacturer specifications. Ravenol customers now have the choice of which technology to choose.
The special feature of the new RAVENOL USVO® oils is that they have almost no shear losses due to their special formulation of selected base oils and additives.
The Geneva International Motor Show was recently held for the 86th time. With an exposition area of more than 100,000 square metres, world-famous car manufacturers showcased their latest creations, rarities and fancy concept prototypes. Continue reading “RAVENOL with the new Opel Astra TCR”
In 2016, ‘Ravensberger Schmierstoffvertrieb GmbH’ with their trademark RAVENOL are celebrating a big anniversary. Continue reading “Ravenol 70´s anniversary”
RAVENOL has been an official partner of the FIA Formula 3 European Championship since 2014. This partnership will be extended for the upcoming season.. Henceforth, the lubricant manufacturer from Eastern-Westfalia may refer to itself as the ‘Official Lubricant and Car Care Product Partner’ of the FIA Formula 3 European Championship. Continue reading “FIA Formula 3 European Championship 2016”
Did you know that your vehicle’s owner manual has strict guidelines about what oils you can use in your car and also how often you should change your oil? Some cars may need an oil change once a year or every 7500km – 15000km and others can have an extended drain and only need to be serviced every 2 years or 25 000km.
Continue reading “Do you know your vehicles oil requirements?”
Today was a big day for us, with our first shipment of stock from Germany, arriving first thing this Saturday morning. Continue reading “First shipment of stock arrives”
RAVENOL has announced RAVENOL Racing Brake Fluid R325+, a new, heavy duty break fluid optimised for racing’s extreme conditions. It has a very high thermal resistance at the very highest DOT 4 level. Continue reading “New high performance racing brake fluid”
RAVENOL is the first company in the world to release an engine oil with the API-SN specification and a viscosity SAE 0W-16, with the release of their engine oil RAVENOL EFE “Extra Fuel Economy” SAE 0W-16. Continue reading “Leading the way”
We are excited to announce that Ravenol has partnered with Opel Motorsport and from today, Ravenol’s logo will adorn the ADAM Cup vehicles in the ADAC Opel Rallye Cup. Continue reading “Ravenol partners with Opel Motor Sport”
Welcome to the world of RAVENOL high performance lubricants. Continue reading “Introducing Ravenol”