AeroShell™ Oil 100 SAE Grade 50 Mineral Aircraft Piston Engine Oil - Quart (946 mL) Bottle

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Manufacture Part #: 550050799Q
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AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are straight mineral oils blended from selected high viscosity index base oils. These oils do not contain any additives except for very small amounts of pour point depressant (which aids to improve fluidity at very low temperatures) and an anti-oxidant.

AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are approved for all aviation piston engines of civil aircraft when the use of an oil not containing a dispersant additive is required; however, they should also be used during the break-in of a new aviation piston engine or those recently overhauled.

The specially blended High Viscosity Index base oils in AeroShell Oil 65, 80, 100 and 120 have been designed to provide effective protection to engine components compared to conventional mineral oils. This ensures complete confidence and peace of mind knowing that your aircraft will perform reliably in between scheduled overhauls.

AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are produced to meet fully the SAE specification J-1966 (Grades SAE 30, 40, 50 and 60 respectively). Furthermore, they all have military qualification approval and are listed on the Qualified Products List (QPL) issued by the US Navy and on the Technically Acceptable Products List (TAPL) issued by the UK Ministry of Defense.

Product Attributes

Country of Origin
United States
Size
Quart
Shipping Weight
1.94 pounds
ECCN
EAR99
Manufacturer P/N
AEROSHELL OIL 100
Pack Quantity
1
Ship Dimensions
4 x 2 x 9 inches
Size
Quart (948 mL)

Other Part Numbers

Alternate PN#s
001A0070

Features

  • Four-stroke cycle certificated aircraft reciprocating piston engines when use of an ashless dispersant (AD) oil is not required
  • Used for break-in of most certificated four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication for break-in vary, so aircraft owners should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Antique aircraft, which operate with very low oil temperatures or in aircraft that, have previously been run exclusively on mineral oil for an extend period of time Typical Properties Aeroshell 100 Mineral

  • SAE viscosity grade: 50
  • Colour ASTM: 5.0
  • Density @ 15°C kg/l: 0.896
    Kinematic viscosity mm2/s
  • @ 100°C: 19.7
  • @ 40°C: 230
  • Viscosity Index: Above 94
  • Pourpoint °C: Below –17
  • Flashpoint Cleveland Open Cup °C: Above 250
  • Carbon residue % m: 0.4
  • Total acidity mgKOH/g: <0.1
  • Sulphur % m: 0.13
  • Copper corrosion @ 100°C: 1
  • Ash content % m: 0.006

    The U.S. Specification SAE J-1966 replaces MIL-L-6082E.

    Although it was planned to replace the British Specification DERD 2472 with a DEF STAN specification this has now been put into abeyance and instead the SAE specification has been adopted.

  • U.S. Approved J-1966 Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • British Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • French (AIR 3560/D Grade SAE 50)
  • Russian MS-20
  • NATO Code O-117 Obsolete
  • Joint Service Designation OM-270

    Applications

    AeroShell Oils are available in four different viscosity grades:

  • AeroShell Oil 65
  • AeroShell Oil 80
  • AeroShell Oil 100
  • AeroShell Oil 120

    The suffix for each grade corresponds to the viscosity of the oil at 210°F in Saybolt Universal Seconds.

    The appropriate grades of these AeroShell Oils are approved for use in four-stroke cycle certified aircraft reciprocating piston engines (except Porsche) and other aircraft radial engines which use oil to specification SAE J-1966 (MIL-L-6082) and which do not require use of an oil containing a dispersant additive. AeroShell Oils are used primarily during break-in of most new or recently overhauled four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication recommendations for break-in vary, so operators should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Description

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are straight mineral oils blended from selected high viscosity index base oils. These oils do not contain any additives except for very small amounts of pour point depressant (which aids to improve fluidity at very low temperatures) and an anti-oxidant.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are approved for all aviation piston engines of civil aircraft when the use of an oil not containing a dispersant additive is required; however, they should also be used during the break-in of a new aviation piston engine or those recently overhauled.

    The specially blended High Viscosity Index base oils in AeroShell Oil 65, 80, 100 and 120 have been designed to provide effective protection to engine components compared to conventional mineral oils. This ensures complete confidence and peace of mind knowing that your aircraft will perform reliably in between scheduled overhauls.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are produced to meet fully the SAE specification J-1966 (Grades SAE 30, 40, 50 and 60 respectively). Furthermore, they all have military qualification approval and are listed on the Qualified Products List (QPL) issued by the US Navy and on the Technically Acceptable Products List (TAPL) issued by the UK Ministry of Defense.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Quart
    Shipping Weight
    1.94 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Manufacturer P/N
    AEROSHELL OIL 100
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 2 x 9 inches
    Size
    Quart (948 mL)

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    001A0070

    Features

  • Four-stroke cycle certificated aircraft reciprocating piston engines when use of an ashless dispersant (AD) oil is not required
  • Used for break-in of most certificated four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication for break-in vary, so aircraft owners should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Antique aircraft, which operate with very low oil temperatures or in aircraft that, have previously been run exclusively on mineral oil for an extend period of time Typical Properties Aeroshell 100 Mineral

  • SAE viscosity grade: 50
  • Colour ASTM: 5.0
  • Density @ 15°C kg/l: 0.896
    Kinematic viscosity mm2/s
  • @ 100°C: 19.7
  • @ 40°C: 230
  • Viscosity Index: Above 94
  • Pourpoint °C: Below –17
  • Flashpoint Cleveland Open Cup °C: Above 250
  • Carbon residue % m: 0.4
  • Total acidity mgKOH/g: <0.1
  • Sulphur % m: 0.13
  • Copper corrosion @ 100°C: 1
  • Ash content % m: 0.006

    The U.S. Specification SAE J-1966 replaces MIL-L-6082E.

    Although it was planned to replace the British Specification DERD 2472 with a DEF STAN specification this has now been put into abeyance and instead the SAE specification has been adopted.

  • U.S. Approved J-1966 Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • British Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • French (AIR 3560/D Grade SAE 50)
  • Russian MS-20
  • NATO Code O-117 Obsolete
  • Joint Service Designation OM-270

    Applications

    AeroShell Oils are available in four different viscosity grades:

  • AeroShell Oil 65
  • AeroShell Oil 80
  • AeroShell Oil 100
  • AeroShell Oil 120

    The suffix for each grade corresponds to the viscosity of the oil at 210°F in Saybolt Universal Seconds.

    The appropriate grades of these AeroShell Oils are approved for use in four-stroke cycle certified aircraft reciprocating piston engines (except Porsche) and other aircraft radial engines which use oil to specification SAE J-1966 (MIL-L-6082) and which do not require use of an oil containing a dispersant additive. AeroShell Oils are used primarily during break-in of most new or recently overhauled four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication recommendations for break-in vary, so operators should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Product Details

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are straight mineral oils blended from selected high viscosity index base oils. These oils do not contain any additives except for very small amounts of pour point depressant (which aids to improve fluidity at very low temperatures) and an anti-oxidant.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are approved for all aviation piston engines of civil aircraft when the use of an oil not containing a dispersant additive is required; however, they should also be used during the break-in of a new aviation piston engine or those recently overhauled.

    The specially blended High Viscosity Index base oils in AeroShell Oil 65, 80, 100 and 120 have been designed to provide effective protection to engine components compared to conventional mineral oils. This ensures complete confidence and peace of mind knowing that your aircraft will perform reliably in between scheduled overhauls.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are produced to meet fully the SAE specification J-1966 (Grades SAE 30, 40, 50 and 60 respectively). Furthermore, they all have military qualification approval and are listed on the Qualified Products List (QPL) issued by the US Navy and on the Technically Acceptable Products List (TAPL) issued by the UK Ministry of Defense.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Quart
    Shipping Weight
    1.94 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Manufacturer P/N
    AEROSHELL OIL 100
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 2 x 9 inches
    Size
    Quart (948 mL)

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    001A0070

    Features

  • Four-stroke cycle certificated aircraft reciprocating piston engines when use of an ashless dispersant (AD) oil is not required
  • Used for break-in of most certificated four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication for break-in vary, so aircraft owners should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Antique aircraft, which operate with very low oil temperatures or in aircraft that, have previously been run exclusively on mineral oil for an extend period of time Typical Properties Aeroshell 100 Mineral

  • SAE viscosity grade: 50
  • Colour ASTM: 5.0
  • Density @ 15°C kg/l: 0.896
    Kinematic viscosity mm2/s
  • @ 100°C: 19.7
  • @ 40°C: 230
  • Viscosity Index: Above 94
  • Pourpoint °C: Below –17
  • Flashpoint Cleveland Open Cup °C: Above 250
  • Carbon residue % m: 0.4
  • Total acidity mgKOH/g: <0.1
  • Sulphur % m: 0.13
  • Copper corrosion @ 100°C: 1
  • Ash content % m: 0.006

    The U.S. Specification SAE J-1966 replaces MIL-L-6082E.

    Although it was planned to replace the British Specification DERD 2472 with a DEF STAN specification this has now been put into abeyance and instead the SAE specification has been adopted.

  • U.S. Approved J-1966 Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • British Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • French (AIR 3560/D Grade SAE 50)
  • Russian MS-20
  • NATO Code O-117 Obsolete
  • Joint Service Designation OM-270

    Applications

    AeroShell Oils are available in four different viscosity grades:

  • AeroShell Oil 65
  • AeroShell Oil 80
  • AeroShell Oil 100
  • AeroShell Oil 120

    The suffix for each grade corresponds to the viscosity of the oil at 210°F in Saybolt Universal Seconds.

    The appropriate grades of these AeroShell Oils are approved for use in four-stroke cycle certified aircraft reciprocating piston engines (except Porsche) and other aircraft radial engines which use oil to specification SAE J-1966 (MIL-L-6082) and which do not require use of an oil containing a dispersant additive. AeroShell Oils are used primarily during break-in of most new or recently overhauled four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication recommendations for break-in vary, so operators should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Downloads

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are straight mineral oils blended from selected high viscosity index base oils. These oils do not contain any additives except for very small amounts of pour point depressant (which aids to improve fluidity at very low temperatures) and an anti-oxidant.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are approved for all aviation piston engines of civil aircraft when the use of an oil not containing a dispersant additive is required; however, they should also be used during the break-in of a new aviation piston engine or those recently overhauled.

    The specially blended High Viscosity Index base oils in AeroShell Oil 65, 80, 100 and 120 have been designed to provide effective protection to engine components compared to conventional mineral oils. This ensures complete confidence and peace of mind knowing that your aircraft will perform reliably in between scheduled overhauls.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are produced to meet fully the SAE specification J-1966 (Grades SAE 30, 40, 50 and 60 respectively). Furthermore, they all have military qualification approval and are listed on the Qualified Products List (QPL) issued by the US Navy and on the Technically Acceptable Products List (TAPL) issued by the UK Ministry of Defense.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Quart
    Shipping Weight
    1.94 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Manufacturer P/N
    AEROSHELL OIL 100
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 2 x 9 inches
    Size
    Quart (948 mL)

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    001A0070

    Features

  • Four-stroke cycle certificated aircraft reciprocating piston engines when use of an ashless dispersant (AD) oil is not required
  • Used for break-in of most certificated four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication for break-in vary, so aircraft owners should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Antique aircraft, which operate with very low oil temperatures or in aircraft that, have previously been run exclusively on mineral oil for an extend period of time Typical Properties Aeroshell 100 Mineral

  • SAE viscosity grade: 50
  • Colour ASTM: 5.0
  • Density @ 15°C kg/l: 0.896
    Kinematic viscosity mm2/s
  • @ 100°C: 19.7
  • @ 40°C: 230
  • Viscosity Index: Above 94
  • Pourpoint °C: Below –17
  • Flashpoint Cleveland Open Cup °C: Above 250
  • Carbon residue % m: 0.4
  • Total acidity mgKOH/g: <0.1
  • Sulphur % m: 0.13
  • Copper corrosion @ 100°C: 1
  • Ash content % m: 0.006

    The U.S. Specification SAE J-1966 replaces MIL-L-6082E.

    Although it was planned to replace the British Specification DERD 2472 with a DEF STAN specification this has now been put into abeyance and instead the SAE specification has been adopted.

  • U.S. Approved J-1966 Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • British Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • French (AIR 3560/D Grade SAE 50)
  • Russian MS-20
  • NATO Code O-117 Obsolete
  • Joint Service Designation OM-270

    Applications

    AeroShell Oils are available in four different viscosity grades:

  • AeroShell Oil 65
  • AeroShell Oil 80
  • AeroShell Oil 100
  • AeroShell Oil 120

    The suffix for each grade corresponds to the viscosity of the oil at 210°F in Saybolt Universal Seconds.

    The appropriate grades of these AeroShell Oils are approved for use in four-stroke cycle certified aircraft reciprocating piston engines (except Porsche) and other aircraft radial engines which use oil to specification SAE J-1966 (MIL-L-6082) and which do not require use of an oil containing a dispersant additive. AeroShell Oils are used primarily during break-in of most new or recently overhauled four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication recommendations for break-in vary, so operators should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are straight mineral oils blended from selected high viscosity index base oils. These oils do not contain any additives except for very small amounts of pour point depressant (which aids to improve fluidity at very low temperatures) and an anti-oxidant.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are approved for all aviation piston engines of civil aircraft when the use of an oil not containing a dispersant additive is required; however, they should also be used during the break-in of a new aviation piston engine or those recently overhauled.

    The specially blended High Viscosity Index base oils in AeroShell Oil 65, 80, 100 and 120 have been designed to provide effective protection to engine components compared to conventional mineral oils. This ensures complete confidence and peace of mind knowing that your aircraft will perform reliably in between scheduled overhauls.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are produced to meet fully the SAE specification J-1966 (Grades SAE 30, 40, 50 and 60 respectively). Furthermore, they all have military qualification approval and are listed on the Qualified Products List (QPL) issued by the US Navy and on the Technically Acceptable Products List (TAPL) issued by the UK Ministry of Defense.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Quart
    Shipping Weight
    1.94 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Manufacturer P/N
    AEROSHELL OIL 100
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 2 x 9 inches
    Size
    Quart (948 mL)

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    001A0070

    Features

  • Four-stroke cycle certificated aircraft reciprocating piston engines when use of an ashless dispersant (AD) oil is not required
  • Used for break-in of most certificated four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication for break-in vary, so aircraft owners should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Antique aircraft, which operate with very low oil temperatures or in aircraft that, have previously been run exclusively on mineral oil for an extend period of time Typical Properties Aeroshell 100 Mineral

  • SAE viscosity grade: 50
  • Colour ASTM: 5.0
  • Density @ 15°C kg/l: 0.896
    Kinematic viscosity mm2/s
  • @ 100°C: 19.7
  • @ 40°C: 230
  • Viscosity Index: Above 94
  • Pourpoint °C: Below –17
  • Flashpoint Cleveland Open Cup °C: Above 250
  • Carbon residue % m: 0.4
  • Total acidity mgKOH/g: <0.1
  • Sulphur % m: 0.13
  • Copper corrosion @ 100°C: 1
  • Ash content % m: 0.006

    The U.S. Specification SAE J-1966 replaces MIL-L-6082E.

    Although it was planned to replace the British Specification DERD 2472 with a DEF STAN specification this has now been put into abeyance and instead the SAE specification has been adopted.

  • U.S. Approved J-1966 Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • British Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • French (AIR 3560/D Grade SAE 50)
  • Russian MS-20
  • NATO Code O-117 Obsolete
  • Joint Service Designation OM-270

    Applications

    AeroShell Oils are available in four different viscosity grades:

  • AeroShell Oil 65
  • AeroShell Oil 80
  • AeroShell Oil 100
  • AeroShell Oil 120

    The suffix for each grade corresponds to the viscosity of the oil at 210°F in Saybolt Universal Seconds.

    The appropriate grades of these AeroShell Oils are approved for use in four-stroke cycle certified aircraft reciprocating piston engines (except Porsche) and other aircraft radial engines which use oil to specification SAE J-1966 (MIL-L-6082) and which do not require use of an oil containing a dispersant additive. AeroShell Oils are used primarily during break-in of most new or recently overhauled four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication recommendations for break-in vary, so operators should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Description

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are straight mineral oils blended from selected high viscosity index base oils. These oils do not contain any additives except for very small amounts of pour point depressant (which aids to improve fluidity at very low temperatures) and an anti-oxidant.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are approved for all aviation piston engines of civil aircraft when the use of an oil not containing a dispersant additive is required; however, they should also be used during the break-in of a new aviation piston engine or those recently overhauled.

    The specially blended High Viscosity Index base oils in AeroShell Oil 65, 80, 100 and 120 have been designed to provide effective protection to engine components compared to conventional mineral oils. This ensures complete confidence and peace of mind knowing that your aircraft will perform reliably in between scheduled overhauls.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are produced to meet fully the SAE specification J-1966 (Grades SAE 30, 40, 50 and 60 respectively). Furthermore, they all have military qualification approval and are listed on the Qualified Products List (QPL) issued by the US Navy and on the Technically Acceptable Products List (TAPL) issued by the UK Ministry of Defense.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Quart
    Shipping Weight
    1.94 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Manufacturer P/N
    AEROSHELL OIL 100
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 2 x 9 inches
    Size
    Quart (948 mL)

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    001A0070

    Features

  • Four-stroke cycle certificated aircraft reciprocating piston engines when use of an ashless dispersant (AD) oil is not required
  • Used for break-in of most certificated four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication for break-in vary, so aircraft owners should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Antique aircraft, which operate with very low oil temperatures or in aircraft that, have previously been run exclusively on mineral oil for an extend period of time Typical Properties Aeroshell 100 Mineral

  • SAE viscosity grade: 50
  • Colour ASTM: 5.0
  • Density @ 15°C kg/l: 0.896
    Kinematic viscosity mm2/s
  • @ 100°C: 19.7
  • @ 40°C: 230
  • Viscosity Index: Above 94
  • Pourpoint °C: Below –17
  • Flashpoint Cleveland Open Cup °C: Above 250
  • Carbon residue % m: 0.4
  • Total acidity mgKOH/g: <0.1
  • Sulphur % m: 0.13
  • Copper corrosion @ 100°C: 1
  • Ash content % m: 0.006

    The U.S. Specification SAE J-1966 replaces MIL-L-6082E.

    Although it was planned to replace the British Specification DERD 2472 with a DEF STAN specification this has now been put into abeyance and instead the SAE specification has been adopted.

  • U.S. Approved J-1966 Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • British Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • French (AIR 3560/D Grade SAE 50)
  • Russian MS-20
  • NATO Code O-117 Obsolete
  • Joint Service Designation OM-270

    Applications

    AeroShell Oils are available in four different viscosity grades:

  • AeroShell Oil 65
  • AeroShell Oil 80
  • AeroShell Oil 100
  • AeroShell Oil 120

    The suffix for each grade corresponds to the viscosity of the oil at 210°F in Saybolt Universal Seconds.

    The appropriate grades of these AeroShell Oils are approved for use in four-stroke cycle certified aircraft reciprocating piston engines (except Porsche) and other aircraft radial engines which use oil to specification SAE J-1966 (MIL-L-6082) and which do not require use of an oil containing a dispersant additive. AeroShell Oils are used primarily during break-in of most new or recently overhauled four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication recommendations for break-in vary, so operators should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Product Details

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are straight mineral oils blended from selected high viscosity index base oils. These oils do not contain any additives except for very small amounts of pour point depressant (which aids to improve fluidity at very low temperatures) and an anti-oxidant.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are approved for all aviation piston engines of civil aircraft when the use of an oil not containing a dispersant additive is required; however, they should also be used during the break-in of a new aviation piston engine or those recently overhauled.

    The specially blended High Viscosity Index base oils in AeroShell Oil 65, 80, 100 and 120 have been designed to provide effective protection to engine components compared to conventional mineral oils. This ensures complete confidence and peace of mind knowing that your aircraft will perform reliably in between scheduled overhauls.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are produced to meet fully the SAE specification J-1966 (Grades SAE 30, 40, 50 and 60 respectively). Furthermore, they all have military qualification approval and are listed on the Qualified Products List (QPL) issued by the US Navy and on the Technically Acceptable Products List (TAPL) issued by the UK Ministry of Defense.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Quart
    Shipping Weight
    1.94 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Manufacturer P/N
    AEROSHELL OIL 100
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 2 x 9 inches
    Size
    Quart (948 mL)

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    001A0070

    Features

  • Four-stroke cycle certificated aircraft reciprocating piston engines when use of an ashless dispersant (AD) oil is not required
  • Used for break-in of most certificated four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication for break-in vary, so aircraft owners should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Antique aircraft, which operate with very low oil temperatures or in aircraft that, have previously been run exclusively on mineral oil for an extend period of time Typical Properties Aeroshell 100 Mineral

  • SAE viscosity grade: 50
  • Colour ASTM: 5.0
  • Density @ 15°C kg/l: 0.896
    Kinematic viscosity mm2/s
  • @ 100°C: 19.7
  • @ 40°C: 230
  • Viscosity Index: Above 94
  • Pourpoint °C: Below –17
  • Flashpoint Cleveland Open Cup °C: Above 250
  • Carbon residue % m: 0.4
  • Total acidity mgKOH/g: <0.1
  • Sulphur % m: 0.13
  • Copper corrosion @ 100°C: 1
  • Ash content % m: 0.006

    The U.S. Specification SAE J-1966 replaces MIL-L-6082E.

    Although it was planned to replace the British Specification DERD 2472 with a DEF STAN specification this has now been put into abeyance and instead the SAE specification has been adopted.

  • U.S. Approved J-1966 Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • British Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • French (AIR 3560/D Grade SAE 50)
  • Russian MS-20
  • NATO Code O-117 Obsolete
  • Joint Service Designation OM-270

    Applications

    AeroShell Oils are available in four different viscosity grades:

  • AeroShell Oil 65
  • AeroShell Oil 80
  • AeroShell Oil 100
  • AeroShell Oil 120

    The suffix for each grade corresponds to the viscosity of the oil at 210°F in Saybolt Universal Seconds.

    The appropriate grades of these AeroShell Oils are approved for use in four-stroke cycle certified aircraft reciprocating piston engines (except Porsche) and other aircraft radial engines which use oil to specification SAE J-1966 (MIL-L-6082) and which do not require use of an oil containing a dispersant additive. AeroShell Oils are used primarily during break-in of most new or recently overhauled four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication recommendations for break-in vary, so operators should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Downloads

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are straight mineral oils blended from selected high viscosity index base oils. These oils do not contain any additives except for very small amounts of pour point depressant (which aids to improve fluidity at very low temperatures) and an anti-oxidant.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are approved for all aviation piston engines of civil aircraft when the use of an oil not containing a dispersant additive is required; however, they should also be used during the break-in of a new aviation piston engine or those recently overhauled.

    The specially blended High Viscosity Index base oils in AeroShell Oil 65, 80, 100 and 120 have been designed to provide effective protection to engine components compared to conventional mineral oils. This ensures complete confidence and peace of mind knowing that your aircraft will perform reliably in between scheduled overhauls.

    AeroShell Oils 65, 80, 100 and 120 are produced to meet fully the SAE specification J-1966 (Grades SAE 30, 40, 50 and 60 respectively). Furthermore, they all have military qualification approval and are listed on the Qualified Products List (QPL) issued by the US Navy and on the Technically Acceptable Products List (TAPL) issued by the UK Ministry of Defense.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Quart
    Shipping Weight
    1.94 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Manufacturer P/N
    AEROSHELL OIL 100
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 2 x 9 inches
    Size
    Quart (948 mL)

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    001A0070

    Features

  • Four-stroke cycle certificated aircraft reciprocating piston engines when use of an ashless dispersant (AD) oil is not required
  • Used for break-in of most certificated four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication for break-in vary, so aircraft owners should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.
  • Antique aircraft, which operate with very low oil temperatures or in aircraft that, have previously been run exclusively on mineral oil for an extend period of time Typical Properties Aeroshell 100 Mineral

  • SAE viscosity grade: 50
  • Colour ASTM: 5.0
  • Density @ 15°C kg/l: 0.896
    Kinematic viscosity mm2/s
  • @ 100°C: 19.7
  • @ 40°C: 230
  • Viscosity Index: Above 94
  • Pourpoint °C: Below –17
  • Flashpoint Cleveland Open Cup °C: Above 250
  • Carbon residue % m: 0.4
  • Total acidity mgKOH/g: <0.1
  • Sulphur % m: 0.13
  • Copper corrosion @ 100°C: 1
  • Ash content % m: 0.006

    The U.S. Specification SAE J-1966 replaces MIL-L-6082E.

    Although it was planned to replace the British Specification DERD 2472 with a DEF STAN specification this has now been put into abeyance and instead the SAE specification has been adopted.

  • U.S. Approved J-1966 Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • British Approved J-1966 SAE Grade 50
  • French (AIR 3560/D Grade SAE 50)
  • Russian MS-20
  • NATO Code O-117 Obsolete
  • Joint Service Designation OM-270

    Applications

    AeroShell Oils are available in four different viscosity grades:

  • AeroShell Oil 65
  • AeroShell Oil 80
  • AeroShell Oil 100
  • AeroShell Oil 120

    The suffix for each grade corresponds to the viscosity of the oil at 210°F in Saybolt Universal Seconds.

    The appropriate grades of these AeroShell Oils are approved for use in four-stroke cycle certified aircraft reciprocating piston engines (except Porsche) and other aircraft radial engines which use oil to specification SAE J-1966 (MIL-L-6082) and which do not require use of an oil containing a dispersant additive. AeroShell Oils are used primarily during break-in of most new or recently overhauled four-stroke cycle aviation piston engines. The duration and lubrication recommendations for break-in vary, so operators should refer to the original engine manufacturer and/or overhaul facility for specific recommendations.