Is a manufacturing certificate of conformance (C of C) available for this Aersohell 41 Hydraulic Fluid?
No, there is no C of C available. The only certification that is available is the manufacturers Certificate of Analysis (C of A). It must be requested at the time of order via the "Special Instructions" box.
Would it be possible for you to issue COC if we pay the charge?
There is NO Certificate of Conformance available for this product. Only Certificate of Analysis can be obtained and must be requested at time of order.
Can this be used as brake fluid on an FAA certified aircraft or an experimental? It looks like transmission oil in the reservoir now. I was told by one A&P that it is hydraulic oil. Not brake fluid as in DOT 3, 4, or 5 in a car.
This is Aeroshell 41 fluid, and meets Mil-5606H requirements, which is the most commonly used hydraulic fluid used in GA brake systems. Refer to your aircraft maintenance manual to verify the fluid the OEM recommends.
Is Aeroshell 41 Hydraulic Fluid considered Hazmat for shipping?
No, this material is not considered hazardous.