The result? Multiple parts within the aircrafts move at high speeds, forcing the pistons to travel up and down 30 to 40 times per second. This generates extremely high temperatures inside the cylinders, putting extreme pressure on the piston engine oil.

For Vic Norman, the Founder of AeroSuperBatics, safety has always been at the heart of his business.

“AeroSuperBatics is all about staying safe and being as careful as possible – it is for that reason we chose Shell. Shell is a best-in-class brand that has the heritage, the technical ability, safety and reliability that gives us absolute confidence in our aircraft and our engines.

"Even when our planes have run for 1,300 hours and are near the end of their lives, our engineers are surprised at the excellent conditions our engines are in – this is good news for us as it ends up costing less on our overhauls.”

Watch the video below to find out how AeroShell lubricants help look after their aircrafts’ engines all year round and why they rely on their protection and performance.

Notes To Editors

About Shell Aviation

  • Shell Aviation is a leading global supplier of aviation fuels and lubricants with a heritage of over 100 years. We supply fuel at around 900 airports in 36 countries. Each year more than 2million aircraft are fuelled by Shell.
  • Our customers are airports and airlines, big and small, plus private customers such as corporate jet operators and flying clubs. We are active across the full value chain. We produce fuels and lubricants (in a range of grades); market, sell and distribute them; and offer further services that help our customers operate as efficiently as possible. 
  • For further information go to www.shell.com/flyabovetherest
  • AeroSuperBatics Wingalking Team www.aerosuperbatics.com

Enquiries

Alexandra Blomley, Global External Communications Adviser, Shell Aviation;

+44 207 934 1468 Alexandra.blomley@shell.com

Shawn Trahan, External Communications Manager, US Downstream;

+1 832-477 0465 Anissa.Trahan@shell.com

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