AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 Synthetic Turbine Engine Oil - 24 Quart/Case

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Approvals and Conformities

Approvals and Conformities

MIL-SPEC#
MIL-L-23699 MIL-PRF-23699
Alternate PN#s
00-13298-01BR

Product Attributes

Country of Origin
United States
Size
24 Quart Case
Shipping Weight
60 pounds
ECCN
EAR99
Manufacturer P/N
550050223
Schedule B Code
2710.19.3020
Pack Quantity
1
Size
24 Quart (946 mL)
AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is a third generation, high performance, low coking 5 mm/s synthetic hindered ester oil incorporating a carefully selected and finely balanced combination of additives to improve thermal and oxidation stability.

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.

    Approvals/References/Specification

  • British Specification: Equivalent DEF STAN 91-101
  • French Specification: Equivalent DCSEA 299/A
  • General Electric Specification: D-50 TF 1
  • Joint Service Designation Specification: Equivalent OX-27
  • NATO Specification: O-154
  • Pratt & Whitney Specification: 521C Type II
  • Rolls-Royce Allison Specification: EMS-53
  • Russian Specification: Analogue to VNII NP 50-1-4F, B3V, LZ-240, VNII NP 50-1-4U and 36/Ku-A
  • US Military Specification: MIL-L-23699
  • US Military Specification: MIL-PRF-23699
  • US Military Specification: MIL-PRF-23699 HTS
  • Features

    AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is approved for use in all models of the following engines:
    • Honeywell TPE 331, APUs (majority of models), LTS 101, LTP 101, ALF 502, LF 507, AS907, AS977, GTCP 30, 36, 85, 331, 660, RE220

    • Allison Rolls-Royce 250 Series

    • BMW-Rolls-Royce BR710, BR715

    • CFM International CFM 56 (all models)

    • CFE CFE 738

    • Engine Alliance GP7200

    • GE GE 90, CF6 (all models) CJ610, CF700, CT34, GEnX

    • IAE V2500 Series

    • IHI FJR 710

    • Hamilton Sundstrand APS 500, 1000, 2000, 3000

    • Pratt & Whitney JT3D, JT8D, JT9D, PW4000 Series (cleared for flight evaluation in PW2000 engines)

    • Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T, PT6A (some models only), PW120,121 Series, JT15D, PW200 Series, PW300 Series, PW500 Series, PW901A APU

    • Rolls-Royce Spey, Tay RB183, Adour, RB199

    • Turbomeca Ardiden, Arriel, Arrius, Arrius 1D, AST 600, Astazou XVI, Makila, TM333. Approved with restrictions: Artouste, AST 950, Bastan, Turmo

  • Oil Type: Synthetic ester
    Kinematic Viscosity mm 2/s
  • @ 100°C: 5.24
  • @ 40°C: 26.71
  • @ –40°C: 11000
  • Flashpoint, Cleveland Open Cup °C: 268
  • Pourpoint °C: –60
  • Total Acidity mgKOH/g: 0.14
  • Evaporation Loss 6.5 hrs @ 204°C %m: 2.0
  • Foaming: Passes
  • Swelling of Standard Synthetic Rubber
  • SAE-AMS 3217/1, 72 hrs @ 70°C swell %: 12.9
  • SAE-AMS 3217/4, 72 hrs @ 204°C swell %: 12.9
  • Standard silicone rubber 90 hrs @ 121°C: 8.9
    Thermal Stability/Corrosivity 96 hrs @ 274°C
  • Metal weight change mg/cm2: 0.23
  • Viscosity change @ 37.8°C %: 0.3
  • Total Acid Number Change mgKOH/g: 1.5
    Corrosion & Oxidation Stability
  • 72 hrs @ 175°C: Passes
  • 72 hrs @ 204°C: Passes
  • 72 hrs @ 218°C: Passes
  • Ryder Gear Test, Relative Rating Hercolube A %: 126
    Bearing Test Rig (200 hrs) Type 1-1/2 conditions
  • Overall deposit demerit rating: 26
  • Viscosity change @ 40°C %: 30.8
  • Total Acid Number change mgKOH/g: 0.98
  • Filter deposits g: 0.55
    Sonic shear stability
  • Viscosity change @ 40°C %: NIL
  • Trace metal content: Passes
  • Product Attributes

    Approvals and Conformities

    MIL-SPEC#
    MIL-L-23699 MIL-PRF-23699
    Alternate PN#s
    00-13298-01BR

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    24 Quart Case
    Shipping Weight
    60 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Manufacturer P/N
    550050223
    Schedule B Code
    2710.19.3020
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Size
    24 Quart (946 mL)
    AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is a third generation, high performance, low coking 5 mm/s synthetic hindered ester oil incorporating a carefully selected and finely balanced combination of additives to improve thermal and oxidation stability.

    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.

    Approvals/References/Specification

  • British Specification: Equivalent DEF STAN 91-101
  • French Specification: Equivalent DCSEA 299/A
  • General Electric Specification: D-50 TF 1
  • Joint Service Designation Specification: Equivalent OX-27
  • NATO Specification: O-154
  • Pratt & Whitney Specification: 521C Type II
  • Rolls-Royce Allison Specification: EMS-53
  • Russian Specification: Analogue to VNII NP 50-1-4F, B3V, LZ-240, VNII NP 50-1-4U and 36/Ku-A
  • US Military Specification: MIL-L-23699
  • US Military Specification: MIL-PRF-23699
  • US Military Specification: MIL-PRF-23699 HTS
  • Features

    AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is approved for use in all models of the following engines:
    • Honeywell TPE 331, APUs (majority of models), LTS 101, LTP 101, ALF 502, LF 507, AS907, AS977, GTCP 30, 36, 85, 331, 660, RE220

    • Allison Rolls-Royce 250 Series

    • BMW-Rolls-Royce BR710, BR715

    • CFM International CFM 56 (all models)

    • CFE CFE 738

    • Engine Alliance GP7200

    • GE GE 90, CF6 (all models) CJ610, CF700, CT34, GEnX

    • IAE V2500 Series

    • IHI FJR 710

    • Hamilton Sundstrand APS 500, 1000, 2000, 3000

    • Pratt & Whitney JT3D, JT8D, JT9D, PW4000 Series (cleared for flight evaluation in PW2000 engines)

    • Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T, PT6A (some models only), PW120,121 Series, JT15D, PW200 Series, PW300 Series, PW500 Series, PW901A APU

    • Rolls-Royce Spey, Tay RB183, Adour, RB199

    • Turbomeca Ardiden, Arriel, Arrius, Arrius 1D, AST 600, Astazou XVI, Makila, TM333. Approved with restrictions: Artouste, AST 950, Bastan, Turmo

  • Oil Type: Synthetic ester
    Kinematic Viscosity mm 2/s
  • @ 100°C: 5.24
  • @ 40°C: 26.71
  • @ –40°C: 11000
  • Flashpoint, Cleveland Open Cup °C: 268
  • Pourpoint °C: –60
  • Total Acidity mgKOH/g: 0.14
  • Evaporation Loss 6.5 hrs @ 204°C %m: 2.0
  • Foaming: Passes
  • Swelling of Standard Synthetic Rubber
  • SAE-AMS 3217/1, 72 hrs @ 70°C swell %: 12.9
  • SAE-AMS 3217/4, 72 hrs @ 204°C swell %: 12.9
  • Standard silicone rubber 90 hrs @ 121°C: 8.9
    Thermal Stability/Corrosivity 96 hrs @ 274°C
  • Metal weight change mg/cm2: 0.23
  • Viscosity change @ 37.8°C %: 0.3
  • Total Acid Number Change mgKOH/g: 1.5
    Corrosion & Oxidation Stability
  • 72 hrs @ 175°C: Passes
  • 72 hrs @ 204°C: Passes
  • 72 hrs @ 218°C: Passes
  • Ryder Gear Test, Relative Rating Hercolube A %: 126
    Bearing Test Rig (200 hrs) Type 1-1/2 conditions
  • Overall deposit demerit rating: 26
  • Viscosity change @ 40°C %: 30.8
  • Total Acid Number change mgKOH/g: 0.98
  • Filter deposits g: 0.55
    Sonic shear stability
  • Viscosity change @ 40°C %: NIL
  • Trace metal content: Passes
  • Description

    Approvals and Conformities

    MIL-SPEC#
    MIL-L-23699 MIL-PRF-23699
    Alternate PN#s
    00-13298-01BR

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    24 Quart Case
    Shipping Weight
    60 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Manufacturer P/N
    550050223
    Schedule B Code
    2710.19.3020
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Size
    24 Quart (946 mL)
    AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is a third generation, high performance, low coking 5 mm/s synthetic hindered ester oil incorporating a carefully selected and finely balanced combination of additives to improve thermal and oxidation stability.

    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.

    Approvals/References/Specification

  • British Specification: Equivalent DEF STAN 91-101
  • French Specification: Equivalent DCSEA 299/A
  • General Electric Specification: D-50 TF 1
  • Joint Service Designation Specification: Equivalent OX-27
  • NATO Specification: O-154
  • Pratt & Whitney Specification: 521C Type II
  • Rolls-Royce Allison Specification: EMS-53
  • Russian Specification: Analogue to VNII NP 50-1-4F, B3V, LZ-240, VNII NP 50-1-4U and 36/Ku-A
  • US Military Specification: MIL-L-23699
  • US Military Specification: MIL-PRF-23699
  • US Military Specification: MIL-PRF-23699 HTS
  • Features

    AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is approved for use in all models of the following engines:
    • Honeywell TPE 331, APUs (majority of models), LTS 101, LTP 101, ALF 502, LF 507, AS907, AS977, GTCP 30, 36, 85, 331, 660, RE220

    • Allison Rolls-Royce 250 Series

    • BMW-Rolls-Royce BR710, BR715

    • CFM International CFM 56 (all models)

    • CFE CFE 738

    • Engine Alliance GP7200

    • GE GE 90, CF6 (all models) CJ610, CF700, CT34, GEnX

    • IAE V2500 Series

    • IHI FJR 710

    • Hamilton Sundstrand APS 500, 1000, 2000, 3000

    • Pratt & Whitney JT3D, JT8D, JT9D, PW4000 Series (cleared for flight evaluation in PW2000 engines)

    • Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T, PT6A (some models only), PW120,121 Series, JT15D, PW200 Series, PW300 Series, PW500 Series, PW901A APU

    • Rolls-Royce Spey, Tay RB183, Adour, RB199

    • Turbomeca Ardiden, Arriel, Arrius, Arrius 1D, AST 600, Astazou XVI, Makila, TM333. Approved with restrictions: Artouste, AST 950, Bastan, Turmo

  • Oil Type: Synthetic ester
    Kinematic Viscosity mm 2/s
  • @ 100°C: 5.24
  • @ 40°C: 26.71
  • @ –40°C: 11000
  • Flashpoint, Cleveland Open Cup °C: 268
  • Pourpoint °C: –60
  • Total Acidity mgKOH/g: 0.14
  • Evaporation Loss 6.5 hrs @ 204°C %m: 2.0
  • Foaming: Passes
  • Swelling of Standard Synthetic Rubber
  • SAE-AMS 3217/1, 72 hrs @ 70°C swell %: 12.9
  • SAE-AMS 3217/4, 72 hrs @ 204°C swell %: 12.9
  • Standard silicone rubber 90 hrs @ 121°C: 8.9
    Thermal Stability/Corrosivity 96 hrs @ 274°C
  • Metal weight change mg/cm2: 0.23
  • Viscosity change @ 37.8°C %: 0.3
  • Total Acid Number Change mgKOH/g: 1.5
    Corrosion & Oxidation Stability
  • 72 hrs @ 175°C: Passes
  • 72 hrs @ 204°C: Passes
  • 72 hrs @ 218°C: Passes
  • Ryder Gear Test, Relative Rating Hercolube A %: 126
    Bearing Test Rig (200 hrs) Type 1-1/2 conditions
  • Overall deposit demerit rating: 26
  • Viscosity change @ 40°C %: 30.8
  • Total Acid Number change mgKOH/g: 0.98
  • Filter deposits g: 0.55
    Sonic shear stability
  • Viscosity change @ 40°C %: NIL
  • Trace metal content: Passes
  • Approvals and Conformities

    Approvals and Conformities

    MIL-SPEC#
    MIL-L-23699 MIL-PRF-23699
    Alternate PN#s
    00-13298-01BR

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    24 Quart Case
    Shipping Weight
    60 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Manufacturer P/N
    550050223
    Schedule B Code
    2710.19.3020
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Size
    24 Quart (946 mL)
    AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is a third generation, high performance, low coking 5 mm/s synthetic hindered ester oil incorporating a carefully selected and finely balanced combination of additives to improve thermal and oxidation stability.

    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.

    Approvals/References/Specification

  • British Specification: Equivalent DEF STAN 91-101
  • French Specification: Equivalent DCSEA 299/A
  • General Electric Specification: D-50 TF 1
  • Joint Service Designation Specification: Equivalent OX-27
  • NATO Specification: O-154
  • Pratt & Whitney Specification: 521C Type II
  • Rolls-Royce Allison Specification: EMS-53
  • Russian Specification: Analogue to VNII NP 50-1-4F, B3V, LZ-240, VNII NP 50-1-4U and 36/Ku-A
  • US Military Specification: MIL-L-23699
  • US Military Specification: MIL-PRF-23699
  • US Military Specification: MIL-PRF-23699 HTS
  • Features

    AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is approved for use in all models of the following engines:
    • Honeywell TPE 331, APUs (majority of models), LTS 101, LTP 101, ALF 502, LF 507, AS907, AS977, GTCP 30, 36, 85, 331, 660, RE220

    • Allison Rolls-Royce 250 Series

    • BMW-Rolls-Royce BR710, BR715

    • CFM International CFM 56 (all models)

    • CFE CFE 738

    • Engine Alliance GP7200

    • GE GE 90, CF6 (all models) CJ610, CF700, CT34, GEnX

    • IAE V2500 Series

    • IHI FJR 710

    • Hamilton Sundstrand APS 500, 1000, 2000, 3000

    • Pratt & Whitney JT3D, JT8D, JT9D, PW4000 Series (cleared for flight evaluation in PW2000 engines)

    • Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T, PT6A (some models only), PW120,121 Series, JT15D, PW200 Series, PW300 Series, PW500 Series, PW901A APU

    • Rolls-Royce Spey, Tay RB183, Adour, RB199

    • Turbomeca Ardiden, Arriel, Arrius, Arrius 1D, AST 600, Astazou XVI, Makila, TM333. Approved with restrictions: Artouste, AST 950, Bastan, Turmo

  • Oil Type: Synthetic ester
    Kinematic Viscosity mm 2/s
  • @ 100°C: 5.24
  • @ 40°C: 26.71
  • @ –40°C: 11000
  • Flashpoint, Cleveland Open Cup °C: 268
  • Pourpoint °C: –60
  • Total Acidity mgKOH/g: 0.14
  • Evaporation Loss 6.5 hrs @ 204°C %m: 2.0
  • Foaming: Passes
  • Swelling of Standard Synthetic Rubber
  • SAE-AMS 3217/1, 72 hrs @ 70°C swell %: 12.9
  • SAE-AMS 3217/4, 72 hrs @ 204°C swell %: 12.9
  • Standard silicone rubber 90 hrs @ 121°C: 8.9
    Thermal Stability/Corrosivity 96 hrs @ 274°C
  • Metal weight change mg/cm2: 0.23
  • Viscosity change @ 37.8°C %: 0.3
  • Total Acid Number Change mgKOH/g: 1.5
    Corrosion & Oxidation Stability
  • 72 hrs @ 175°C: Passes
  • 72 hrs @ 204°C: Passes
  • 72 hrs @ 218°C: Passes
  • Ryder Gear Test, Relative Rating Hercolube A %: 126
    Bearing Test Rig (200 hrs) Type 1-1/2 conditions
  • Overall deposit demerit rating: 26
  • Viscosity change @ 40°C %: 30.8
  • Total Acid Number change mgKOH/g: 0.98
  • Filter deposits g: 0.55
    Sonic shear stability
  • Viscosity change @ 40°C %: NIL
  • Trace metal content: Passes
  • Product Attributes

    Approvals and Conformities

    MIL-SPEC#
    MIL-L-23699 MIL-PRF-23699
    Alternate PN#s
    00-13298-01BR

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    24 Quart Case
    Shipping Weight
    60 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Manufacturer P/N
    550050223
    Schedule B Code
    2710.19.3020
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Size
    24 Quart (946 mL)
    AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is a third generation, high performance, low coking 5 mm/s synthetic hindered ester oil incorporating a carefully selected and finely balanced combination of additives to improve thermal and oxidation stability.

    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.

    Approvals/References/Specification

  • British Specification: Equivalent DEF STAN 91-101
  • French Specification: Equivalent DCSEA 299/A
  • General Electric Specification: D-50 TF 1
  • Joint Service Designation Specification: Equivalent OX-27
  • NATO Specification: O-154
  • Pratt & Whitney Specification: 521C Type II
  • Rolls-Royce Allison Specification: EMS-53
  • Russian Specification: Analogue to VNII NP 50-1-4F, B3V, LZ-240, VNII NP 50-1-4U and 36/Ku-A
  • US Military Specification: MIL-L-23699
  • US Military Specification: MIL-PRF-23699
  • US Military Specification: MIL-PRF-23699 HTS
  • Features

    AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is approved for use in all models of the following engines:
    • Honeywell TPE 331, APUs (majority of models), LTS 101, LTP 101, ALF 502, LF 507, AS907, AS977, GTCP 30, 36, 85, 331, 660, RE220

    • Allison Rolls-Royce 250 Series

    • BMW-Rolls-Royce BR710, BR715

    • CFM International CFM 56 (all models)

    • CFE CFE 738

    • Engine Alliance GP7200

    • GE GE 90, CF6 (all models) CJ610, CF700, CT34, GEnX

    • IAE V2500 Series

    • IHI FJR 710

    • Hamilton Sundstrand APS 500, 1000, 2000, 3000

    • Pratt & Whitney JT3D, JT8D, JT9D, PW4000 Series (cleared for flight evaluation in PW2000 engines)

    • Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T, PT6A (some models only), PW120,121 Series, JT15D, PW200 Series, PW300 Series, PW500 Series, PW901A APU

    • Rolls-Royce Spey, Tay RB183, Adour, RB199

    • Turbomeca Ardiden, Arriel, Arrius, Arrius 1D, AST 600, Astazou XVI, Makila, TM333. Approved with restrictions: Artouste, AST 950, Bastan, Turmo

  • Oil Type: Synthetic ester
    Kinematic Viscosity mm 2/s
  • @ 100°C: 5.24
  • @ 40°C: 26.71
  • @ –40°C: 11000
  • Flashpoint, Cleveland Open Cup °C: 268
  • Pourpoint °C: –60
  • Total Acidity mgKOH/g: 0.14
  • Evaporation Loss 6.5 hrs @ 204°C %m: 2.0
  • Foaming: Passes
  • Swelling of Standard Synthetic Rubber
  • SAE-AMS 3217/1, 72 hrs @ 70°C swell %: 12.9
  • SAE-AMS 3217/4, 72 hrs @ 204°C swell %: 12.9
  • Standard silicone rubber 90 hrs @ 121°C: 8.9
    Thermal Stability/Corrosivity 96 hrs @ 274°C
  • Metal weight change mg/cm2: 0.23
  • Viscosity change @ 37.8°C %: 0.3
  • Total Acid Number Change mgKOH/g: 1.5
    Corrosion & Oxidation Stability
  • 72 hrs @ 175°C: Passes
  • 72 hrs @ 204°C: Passes
  • 72 hrs @ 218°C: Passes
  • Ryder Gear Test, Relative Rating Hercolube A %: 126
    Bearing Test Rig (200 hrs) Type 1-1/2 conditions
  • Overall deposit demerit rating: 26
  • Viscosity change @ 40°C %: 30.8
  • Total Acid Number change mgKOH/g: 0.98
  • Filter deposits g: 0.55
    Sonic shear stability
  • Viscosity change @ 40°C %: NIL
  • Trace metal content: Passes
  • Description

    Approvals and Conformities

    MIL-SPEC#
    MIL-L-23699 MIL-PRF-23699
    Alternate PN#s
    00-13298-01BR

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    24 Quart Case
    Shipping Weight
    60 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Manufacturer P/N
    550050223
    Schedule B Code
    2710.19.3020
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Size
    24 Quart (946 mL)
    AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is a third generation, high performance, low coking 5 mm/s synthetic hindered ester oil incorporating a carefully selected and finely balanced combination of additives to improve thermal and oxidation stability.

    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.

    Approvals/References/Specification

  • British Specification: Equivalent DEF STAN 91-101
  • French Specification: Equivalent DCSEA 299/A
  • General Electric Specification: D-50 TF 1
  • Joint Service Designation Specification: Equivalent OX-27
  • NATO Specification: O-154
  • Pratt & Whitney Specification: 521C Type II
  • Rolls-Royce Allison Specification: EMS-53
  • Russian Specification: Analogue to VNII NP 50-1-4F, B3V, LZ-240, VNII NP 50-1-4U and 36/Ku-A
  • US Military Specification: MIL-L-23699
  • US Military Specification: MIL-PRF-23699
  • US Military Specification: MIL-PRF-23699 HTS
  • Features

    AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is approved for use in all models of the following engines:
    • Honeywell TPE 331, APUs (majority of models), LTS 101, LTP 101, ALF 502, LF 507, AS907, AS977, GTCP 30, 36, 85, 331, 660, RE220

    • Allison Rolls-Royce 250 Series

    • BMW-Rolls-Royce BR710, BR715

    • CFM International CFM 56 (all models)

    • CFE CFE 738

    • Engine Alliance GP7200

    • GE GE 90, CF6 (all models) CJ610, CF700, CT34, GEnX

    • IAE V2500 Series

    • IHI FJR 710

    • Hamilton Sundstrand APS 500, 1000, 2000, 3000

    • Pratt & Whitney JT3D, JT8D, JT9D, PW4000 Series (cleared for flight evaluation in PW2000 engines)

    • Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T, PT6A (some models only), PW120,121 Series, JT15D, PW200 Series, PW300 Series, PW500 Series, PW901A APU

    • Rolls-Royce Spey, Tay RB183, Adour, RB199

    • Turbomeca Ardiden, Arriel, Arrius, Arrius 1D, AST 600, Astazou XVI, Makila, TM333. Approved with restrictions: Artouste, AST 950, Bastan, Turmo

  • Oil Type: Synthetic ester
    Kinematic Viscosity mm 2/s
  • @ 100°C: 5.24
  • @ 40°C: 26.71
  • @ –40°C: 11000
  • Flashpoint, Cleveland Open Cup °C: 268
  • Pourpoint °C: –60
  • Total Acidity mgKOH/g: 0.14
  • Evaporation Loss 6.5 hrs @ 204°C %m: 2.0
  • Foaming: Passes
  • Swelling of Standard Synthetic Rubber
  • SAE-AMS 3217/1, 72 hrs @ 70°C swell %: 12.9
  • SAE-AMS 3217/4, 72 hrs @ 204°C swell %: 12.9
  • Standard silicone rubber 90 hrs @ 121°C: 8.9
    Thermal Stability/Corrosivity 96 hrs @ 274°C
  • Metal weight change mg/cm2: 0.23
  • Viscosity change @ 37.8°C %: 0.3
  • Total Acid Number Change mgKOH/g: 1.5
    Corrosion & Oxidation Stability
  • 72 hrs @ 175°C: Passes
  • 72 hrs @ 204°C: Passes
  • 72 hrs @ 218°C: Passes
  • Ryder Gear Test, Relative Rating Hercolube A %: 126
    Bearing Test Rig (200 hrs) Type 1-1/2 conditions
  • Overall deposit demerit rating: 26
  • Viscosity change @ 40°C %: 30.8
  • Total Acid Number change mgKOH/g: 0.98
  • Filter deposits g: 0.55
    Sonic shear stability
  • Viscosity change @ 40°C %: NIL
  • Trace metal content: Passes