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  • Shell Aeroshell Turbine Oil 2

    Aeroshell Turbine Oil 2

    Mineral Turbine oil for jet engines

    Application Aeroshell Turbine Oil 2

    AeroShell Turbine Oil 2 is widely used for inhibiting fuel systems and fuel system components during storage. AeroShell Turbine Oil 2 is an analogue to the Russian Grade MK-8 and can therefore be used in engines which require the use of MK-8.

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    Starting at: Excl. Tax: £200.41 Incl. Tax: £242.50

  • Shell Aeroshell Turbine Oil 500

    Aeroshell Turbine Oil 500

    Synthetic lubricating oil for aircraft turbine engines

    Application Aeroshell Turbine Oil 500

    AeroShell Turbine Oil 500 was developed essentially to meet the requirements of Pratt & Whitney 521 Type II and MIL-L-23699 specifications and is entirely suitable for most civil and military engines requiring this class of lubricant. AeroShell Turbine Oil 500 is approved for use in a wide range of turbine engines as well as the majority of accessories. · With the advent of the new civil turbine oil specification, SAE AS5780, which has more stringent requirements than the military specification MIL-PRF-23699, AeroShell Turbine Oil 500 was approved as a SPC (Standard Performance Capability) oil. AeroShell Turbine Oil 500 contains a synthetic ester oil and should not be used in contact with incompatible seal materials and it also affects some paints and plastics

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    Starting at: Excl. Tax: £333.02 Incl. Tax: £402.95

  • Shell Aeroshell Turbine Oil 560

    Aeroshell Turbine Oil 560

    Synthetic lubricating oil for aircraft turbine engines

    Application Aeroshell Turbine Oil 560

    Changes which have taken place over the last twenty years in engine performance (in terms of improved fuel consumption, higher operating temperatures and pressures) and maintenance practices have resulted in increased severity in lubricant operating conditions. AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 was developed to withstand the hostile environments of today’s high powered, high compression engines in which the older generation of oils can be stressed up to and beyond their thermal limits, as evidenced by oil coking in the high temperature bearing areas. By overcoming the problems associated with using old technology oils in new technology engines, AeroShell Turbine Oil 560: maintains a cleaner engine; provides improved load carrying capacity; reduces maintenance costs; prolongs bearing life in both new and existing engines. In order for military authorities to take advantage of this better performance in military engines the specification MIL-PRF-23699 was re-written to include a "High Thermal Stability" (HTS) grade as well as the Standard (STD) and Corrosion Inhibited (C/I) grades. AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is fully approved as an HTS oil. With the advent of the new civil turbine oil specification, SAE AS5780, which has more stringent requirements than the military specification, AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 was approved as a SPC (Standard Performance Capability) oil. With effect from January 1st 2002, AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 has been manufactured with an improved formulation to further enhance its anti-coking performance. AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 contains a synthetic ester oil and should not be used in contact with incompatible seal materials and it also affects some paints and plastics.

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    Starting at: Excl. Tax: £346.60 Incl. Tax: £419.39

  • Shell Aeroshell Turbine Oil 390

    Aeroshell Turbine Oil 390

    AeroShell Turbine Oil 390 is a 3 mm2 /s synthetic diester oil incorporating a carefully selected and balanced combination of additives to improve thermal and oxidation stability and to increase the load carrying ability of the base oil.

    Application Aeroshell Turbine Oil 390

    AeroShell Turbine Oil 390 was developed primarily as an improved 3 mm2 /s oil for British turbo-jet engines. AeroShell Turbine Oil 390 is fully approved for a wide range of turbine engines. · More recently, because of the low temperature characteristics of AeroShell Turbine Oil 390, there is interest in using this oil in auxiliary power units (APU) in order to overcome the effects of cold soak. Normal practice is to shut down the APU during cruise, the APU then experiences cold soak, often prolonged, and when the unit is started there is considerable difficulty resulting in the unit not coming up to speed in the given time, thus causing a hung start. In such cases where the APU is subject to a long cold soak the viscosity of standard 5 mm2 /s oils used in the APU will increase from 5 mm2 /s at 100°C to typically 10,000 mm2 /s at –40°C . At this much higher viscosity the oil cannot flow easily leading to a large viscous drag within the APU, thereby contributing to the difficulty in starting. AeroShell Turbine Oil 390 on the other hand experiences a much smaller viscosity increase (typically 2000 mm2 /s at –40°C ) with a reduction in viscous drag which is often sufficient to overcome hung start problems. All experience to date shows a considerable improvement in cold reliability of the APU when AeroShell Turbine Oil 390 is used.

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    Starting at: Excl. Tax: £441.00 Incl. Tax: £533.61

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