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Aeroshell Turbine Oil 560

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AeroShell Turbine Oil 560
Third Generation synthetic turbine engine oil

AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is a third generation 'low coking' 5 centistoke synthetic hindered ester lubricating oil. It incoporates advanced additive technology and a fine balance of additives to resist the high temperatures generated by turbine engines. These carefully selected components result in a product which greatly reduces the deposits caused by high temperature conditions and improves overall engine performance. The balanced blend of additives also improves the thermal and oxidational stability. The outstanding high temperature and oxidation stability of AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is due to the natural properties of the synthetic hindered ester base fluid used. These fluids are clean running in that they tend to dissolve varnish and sludge rather than leave deposits on working surfaces. AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 was developed essentially to meet the high temperature requirements of both modern engines and future models. Higher operating temperatures and pressures, improved engine performance and lower maintenance practices have resulted in increased severity in lubricant operating conditions. Type II oils are becoming less suitable for use in modern aircraft engines. The superior load carrying qualities of AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is demonstrated by the Ryder Gear Test which compares older Type II oils and other competitive third generation oils. In standard load carrying tests AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 achieves 8% improvement over other competitive MIL-L-23699 or DERD 2499 oilon the market. Research and Development has enabled the most suitable selection of additives to be used in order to provide the superior load carrying and exceptional resistance to high temperature oxidation. AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 is also approved for use in the industrial versions of certain aero-engines listed in this leaflet.

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  • Outstanding high temperature and oxidation stability.
  • High Viscosity Index Synthetic Base Fluids maintain viscosity and protect components.
  • Qualified to MIL-L-23699D, DERD 2499 grades OX-27 & OX-28 and NATO O-156 fluid [A qualified product must be blended and packed in the plant listed on the QPL to ensure that the base oil is made in an approved refinery and that the product is blended and packed in an approved and closely monitored facility.] which provides compatibility with other similarly qualified oils.
  • Improved load bearing capacity and prolonged bearing life.
  • Reduced coking characteristics


  • Pratt & Whitney JT3D, JT8D, JT9D, PW 4000, (cleared for evaluation in PW 2000)
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D, PT6T, PW100, PW901 (PT6A & PW305 status available on request)
  • Rolls-Royce RB211 (all models), Spey, Tay, RB183
  • General Electric CF6 (all models), CF700, CJ610
  • CFM International CFM 56
  • IAE V2500
  • Avco Lycoming LTS101, LTP101 (cleared for evaluation in ALF502)
  • Allison 250 series
  • Garrett TFE 731, TPE 331-1 to -12, all APU's except TSCP700 series
  • Turbomeca Makila, Arriel, TM319, TM333, TP319, RTM322
  • Motorlet M601D, E & Z
  • IHI FJR710
  • Industrial Versions.
  • Rolls-Royce Avon & RB211
  • General Electric LM100, 250, 350, 1500 & 2500
  • Turbo Power & Marine FT8/GG8
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February 8, 2024

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March 10, 2023


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