Lubricating hydraulic fluid
turbine engine

lubricating hydraulic fluid
lubricating hydraulic fluid
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Characteristics

Function
lubricating
Application
turbine engine

Description

The AeroShell range features products for calibration, avionics cooling and hydraulic use, together with internal and external preservatives for piston and turbine engine aircraft. AeroShell Fluid 2XN Engine Preservative Concentrate AeroShell Fluid 2XN is a corrosion preservative concentrate for protecting infrequently used engines. It uses an ashless anti-corrosion additive package and highly refined mineral base oils to protect internal engine sufaces from the Effects of humidity. It is also designed to neutralize the acidic by-products of oil oxidation and combustion. AeroShell Flud 2XN can be used neat to long-term storage, but it is typically mixed with one part AeroShell Fluid 2XN to three parts fresh AeroShell Oil 100 to create an inhibited oil. It can also be sprayed undiluted on piston-engine exhaust ports, Rocker arms and accessories to provide additional protection. Detailed instructions for inhibiting piston engines are given in specification MIL-E-6059A (inactive) and in the relevant engine manufacturer´s publication. Approvals MIL-C-6529C Type I AeroShell Hydraulic Fluids AeroShell Fluid 31 - super-clean, fire-resistant, synthetic hydrocarbon hydraulic fluid. AeroShell Fluid 41and 41 - mineral hydraulic fluids, the latter has superior cleanliness characteristics and is the more widely used grade. AeroShell Fluid 61 – a preservative, synthetic hydrocarbon hydraulic fluid AeroShell Fluid 71 – a preservative, mineral hydraulic fluid AeroShell Landing Gear Fluid - an extreme-pressure mineral hydraulic fluid AeroShell Shock Strut Fluid – a extreme-pressure, preservative mineral hydraulic fluid

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