AEROSHELL Oil W 15W-50 – 12/1 Quart Case
AEROSHELL Oil W 15W-50 is a unique blend of high quality mineral oil and over 50% synthetic hydrocarbon base stocks, plus AeroShell W ashless dispersant additive system. This semi-synthetic blend offers high performance in a wide variety of applications and conditions. The synthetic base stock performance provides for better cold temperature pumping and protection than single grade oils. In addition, the blend of synthetic and high quality mineral base stocks provide high temperature performance superior to that of other fully approved aircraft piston engine oils. The mineral base stock help disperse lead by-products of combustion, thereby keeping engine free of ?grey paint? or lead sludge that can be a problem with some fully synthetic oils.
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Intended for use in certified four-stroke cycle aircraft piston engines.
Anti-corrosion additive package helps protect low usage engines and engines in high humidity climates against rust and corrosion of critical engine parts such as camshafts and lifters.
When used with proper maintenance procedures, this oil provides maximum protection and improves the likelihood that aircraft engines with reach TBO.
Provides outstanding high temperature oxidation protection for hot running engines.
Designed to keep engines cleaner with less sludge and varnish build-up in critical ring belt and other areas.
Helps reduce oil consumption by up to 50% and provides superior oil flow at low temperatures.
Reduces fuel consumption by up to 5% over single grades.
Contains an anti-wear additive equivalent to the Lycoming additive LW 16702; thus it already complies with FAA Airworthiness Directive 80-04-03. DO NOT need to add the Lycoming additive to the oil.
Not recommended for automotive engines.
Specifications, Approvals & Recommendations:
U.S.: Approved SAE J-1899 (replaces MIL-L-22851)
British: Approve SAE J-1899
NATO Code: O-162 (obsolete)
Joint Service Designation: OMD-162
Textron Lycoming: 301F; Service Bulletin 446C, 471, Service Instruction 14909A
Continental: MHS 24A, SI 99-2
FAA: Airworthiness Directive 80-04-03 R2
Pratt & Whitney: Service Bulletin 1183-S