Mineral oil based "super clean" hydraulic fluid for use with brake and hydraulic systems with synthetic rubber seals. Meets specifications MIL-PRF-5606H. Colored red.
Note: Containers are cans and are non-resealable.
For reduced pricing on large volume orders, please contact sales.
Got this to replace SeaStar steering fluid. It is better and cheaper. It was packed well and arrived quickly. It is in a sealed Tin Can. So, unless you plan to use it all at once, find a few clean bottles to put the balance into for future use.
It did the job
I bought this hudraulic fluid because of its availability. Aircraft Spruce had it in stock and shipped promptly. Works great in my Aero Commander which is all hydraulic brakes, gear, flaps, nose stearing.
Excellent service and quality product. Easy transaction with prompt delivery. Thank you
Best prices, fast shipping. Will do business again
Great online shopping. Fast delivery. Excellent communication. Price for 2 with shipping, still much better than one of the competition.
Thanks for sending the product and it arrived right on time.
Good price. I ordered two quarts. Glad I did because one quart can was punctured and caved in. Small leak all over inside of box. Salvaged about 3/4 though.
You always have what I am looking for.
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.
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.
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.
No, this material is not considered hazardous.
The Aeroshell re-test time is 3 years for the Aeroshell 41 fluid.
The H is the specification revision. H is the most current revision.
The H will mean rev. H and the A means that it has been opened and caned down to a smaller container.