QC Lubricants
7360 Milnor St. Philadelphia, PA 19136
(215) 333-4187 Direct Line

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With Extension (800) 887-2436
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Dial Extension 203 for Stan Jakubowski
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Dial Extension 211 for Lu Ann Quinn or 224 for Lindsay Romero
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We actively supply a comprehensive line of MIL-SPEC  and commercial lubricants.


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aeroshell oils
Aeroshell Oils

AEROSHELL OILS 80, 100 and 120

AeroShell straight mineral oils are blended from selected high viscosity index base stocks.

Aeroshell Oils do not contain additives except for a small quantity of pour point depressant (which is added when improved fluidity at very low temperature is required) and an anti-oxidant.

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 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.

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 210F 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.

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.