CLP 150 gear oil

All CLP gear oils must meet the requirements of DIN 51517. The limit values are exceeded by ADDINOL. The CLP 150 gear oils from ADDINOL are also zinc-free, mineral-based and have the required additives included. Operating temperatures of 100 °C and more are mastered depending on the oil type.

Our CLP 150 gear oils

ADDINOL GEAR OIL CLP 150

Specifications / Approvals:

DIN 51517-3 (CLP), DIN 51519, ISO 3448, ISO 12925-1

ADDINOL CLP 150 MW

Specifications / Approvals:

DIN 51517-3 (CLP), ISO 12925-1, Schuler presses Lubricant table DT 55 005 (Brugger >75 N/mm²)

ADDINOL GEAR OIL 150 F

Specifications / Approvals:

DIN 51517-3 (CLP), ISO 12925-1, AGMA 9005-E02, Siemens MD (Flender Rev. 15)

ADDINOL FOODPROOF UNI 150 S

Specifications / Approvals:

NSF H1, DIN 51524-3 (HVLP), DIN 51524-2 (HLP), DIN 51517-3 (CLP), ISO 3448, DIN 51506 (VDL), ISO 6743-4 (HV), ISO 11158 (HV), FDA 21 CFR 178.3570, ISO 12925-1, ISO 11158 (HM), ISO 12925-1 (CKC), Kosher , Halal , ISO 12925-1 (CKD), ISO 12925-1 (CKE), ISO 6743-4, ISO 6743-6, ANSI/AGMA 9005-F16

ADDINOL GEAR OIL CKT 150

Specifications / Approvals:

DIN 51524-3 (HVLP), DIN 51517-3 (CLP), ISO 3448, ISO 11158 (HV), ISO 12925-1, ISO 12925-1 (CKC), ISO 12925-1 (CKD), ISO 12925-1 (CKE), ISO 6743-6

Gear oils in accordance with CLP 150 are suitable for use in gear units with circulation and splash lubrication, closed industrial gear units as well as in plain and roller bearings.

Our CLP 150 gear oils have the following properties:

  • Excellent scuffing load capacity
  • Good wear protection behaviour
  • Corrosion protection
  • Foam suppression
  • Water separation
  • Increases machine service life
  • Good ageing resistance

CLP 150 meaning

The letters CLP are derived from DIN standard 51517 for industrial gear oils. To be classified in the class, an oil must have certain properties. The 150 comes from ISO VG Class 150, which specifies the viscosity of the gear oil. ISO VG Class 150 oils have a kinematic viscosity at 40 °C in the range 135 to 165 mm²/s. The average viscosity is 150 mm²/s.

Contact

Steffen Homberg

Product Manager Special Lubricants