Engine oil and other operating fluids for motor vehicles

Öle und Betriebsstoffe für KFZ


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Whether car or truck – our vehicles are becoming ever more efficient and environmentally friendly. At the same time, the complexity also increases due to the cross-module control and automation. Higher power densities with reduced consumption require constantly evolved materials and manufacturing processes. This also does not stop at the used consumables. Oils and operating fluids, as well as radiator antifreeze have evolved from universal to specialty products that are tailored to individual applications. Like mechanical components, lubricants and operating fluids are considered an important design element – but not always treated as such.

In this seminar you learn ...

  • How to choose the right oil or fuel for your car
  • How to sensibly monitor oils and antifreeze
  • What impact fuel type and fuel quality have on your engine life
  • How to take meaningful lubricant samples
  • How to recognize unusual wear and disturbances at early stages
  • How to judge analytical results from the laboratory
  • How to determine the causes of damage after failures
  • How to set limit values ??to assess powertrain and coolant circuit damage

Target group

  • Engineers and technicians from the fields of development and design of vehicle manufacturers and OEM's
  • Specialists in workshops, engine repair and service companies
  • Sales engineers and sellers of oil companies and their trading partners
  • Car experts
  • Technically interested employees and individuals who want to expand their knowledge in lubrication technology and tribology

How a lubricant works

  • Lubrication and film formation
  • Hydrodynamic and hydrostatic lubrication
  • Meaning of viscosity and temperature
  • Wear mechanisms and their causes

Focus on modern lubricants

  • Mineral oils, partially synthetic and synthetic oils in comparison
  • Properties and applications of mineral oils, hydrocracking, PAO, ester oils and polyglycols
  • Miscibility and compatibility of different oil types
  • Types, mode of action and use of lubricant additives
  • Construction of greases

Lubricants in vehicles

Engine oils

  • Requirements and properties
  • Differences between the individual lubricant types
  • Diesel vs. Gasoline engines - what is the difference for the lubricant
  • Special features regarding the use of biogenic fuels incl. Gas
  • Types of motor oils and their applications
  • Stricter environmental requirements: low SAPS, additives, ash content and alkalinity
  • Specifications and OEM approvals

Gear oils

  • Lubricating oils for manual, semi-automatic and fully automatic manual transmissions, axle drives
  • Types, properties, specifications and OEM approvals

Other lubricants

  • Greases for drive and cardan shafts and wheel bearings
  • Door hinges / sliding roofs
  • Electric actuators

Operational aging processes in lubricants

  • Application-specific stress and oil aging
  • Oil oxidation, nitration, sulphation and cracking
  • Degradation of alkaline reserve, antioxidants and other additives
  • Contaminants: water, dust, soot, mud, fuel
  • Combustion residues and their effects
  • Mixing of different engine oils
  • Oil affected by glycol (cooling water), biogenic fuels
  • Visible changes: turbidity, deposits, phase separation

Lubricant analysis

  • Fuel analysis: Why, when, how often?
  • Methods and Aids for Sampling
  • Necessary information, sample accompanying certificate, customer portal
  • Analytical methods: areas of application and informative value
  • Determination of wear characteristics
  • Characteristic values ??for the oil condition impurities
  • Evaluation of laboratory analyzes
  • Typical warning and limits
  • Characteristics of classic oil types
  • Evaluation of laboratory reports from practice

Influence of biogenic fuels

  • Special features of biogenic fuels
  • RME / biodiesel, vegetable oils: characteristics and special features
  • Bio-ethanol

Effects on engine operation and engine oil compared to conventional fuels

  • Basics of the antifreeze coolant (KFSM)
  • Different KFSM types and their structure
  • mechanisms of action
  • Mixing different KFSM

Damage in the cooling system

  • Antifreeze analyzes
  • Aging of KFSM in operation
  • Recognize mixtures
  • Detect changeover times

5% discount for more than 3 registrations

Services included:

  • Participation in training
  • Hot lunch on all days
  • Coffee/tea and snacks during breaks
  • Non-alcoholic beverages during training
  • Detailed training material, printed and on USB Memory stick
  • Certificate of participation
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