AeroShell Turbine Engine Oil 560
As modern jet engines withstand tougher conditions than ever, you need a turbine engine oil to match. AeroShell Turbine Engine Oil 560 (ASTO 560) can handle the high temperatures and offer low coking and better oxidation stability.
Choosing ASTO 560 for your military or commercial aircraft will ensure engine reliability, minimise maintenance costs, and help you avoid unplanned downtime.
About AeroShell Turbine Engine Oil 560
AeroShell Turbine Engine Oil 560 is a third-generation 5-centistoke synthetic hindered ester lubricating oil, which offers reduced coking, improved wear resistance, and all-round commercially viable performance for modern jet engines.
Formulated to cope with demanding operating conditions, ASTO 560 has consistently delivered the right balance of performance and cost efficiency to the global aviation industry for the past 25 years.
AeroShell Turbine Engine Oil 560 Features and Benefits
ASTO 560 is developed based on a deep understanding of commercial aviation requirements. The result is a versatile lubricating oil proven to deliver cleaner engines, more reliable operational performance and longer maintenance cycles.
|Reduced coke formation||Coke formation and shedding can be disruptive to airline operations. Reduced coke deposits can lower maintenance costs and increase on-wing life.|
|Fully compatible with other approved oils||No engine problems such as coke shedding and oil filters blocking is experienced when changing from one approved oil to AeroShell Turbine Engine Oil 560, in accordance with the engine manufacturer recommendations.|
|No adverse effect on elastomer seals||ASTO 560 has good elastomer compatibility which reduces the possibility of oil leaks that could lead to expensive engine overhauls or even an in-flight engine shutdown.|
|Good oxidative and thermal stability||The use of ASTO 560 reduces the occurrence of oxidative and thermal degradation of the oil at high operating temperatures, which could result in high overhaul and maintenance costs due to: |
1. An increase in oil viscosity, which may result in the need for oil change;
2. An increase in acidity, which could lead to the corrosion of gears and bearings; and
3. Sludge formation in the oil system, causing the blockage of oil jets and filters.
ASTO 560 provides you the confidence you need to operate successfully in an increasingly challenging business environment. Reliable and versatile, ASTO 560 meets or exceeds the most exacting requirements of turbine oil technology standards as outlined in SAE AS 5780A.
AeroShell Turbine Engine Oil 560 specifications
- US – Approved MIL-PRF-23699G Grade HTS, Approved SAE AS5780B Grade SPC
- British – Equivalent DEFSTAN 91-101
- French – Equivalent DCSEA 299/A
- Russian – Analogue to VNII NP 50-1-4F, B3V, LZ-240, VNII NP 50-1-4U, and 36/Ku-A
- NATO Code – O-154
- Joint Service Designation – Equivalent OX-27
Find out more about AeroShell Turbine Engine Oil 560, including its properties, applications, and health and safety information by reading its Technical Data Sheet (TDS) and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).