Phillips 66 X/C 5606H and X/C 5606A Aviation Hydraulic Fluids are mineral oil-based, high viscosity index, ashless (zinc-free) antiwear hydraulic fluids designed to meet the severe demands of aerospace and industrial applications. They have excellent oxidation resistance and outstanding low-temperature properties for use over a wide temperature range. They provide excellent wear protection for hydraulic pumps and motors, protect hydraulic system components against rust and corrosion, and are resistant to excessive foam buildup that can cause poor or sluggish hydraulic system response.
X/C 5606H Aviation Hydraulic Fluid meets the cleanliness requirements for “super clean” hydraulic fluid for use in modern aircraft hydraulic systems. X/C 5606A Aviation Hydraulic Fluid is recommended for use in hydraulic systems that do not require a “super clean” fluid. Both fluids are dyed red for identification and leak detection purposes.
This quart size is the best. I use this product and it is a great way to dispense 5606
Yep, the can looks and feels like MIL H 5606 hydraulic fluid
Good deal! All around... Love old school cans!
Meets the specifications I needed,fast shipping. Will do business again
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Exact product I needed and USPS shipping got it here in 2 days.
This is the best stuff to use for SeaStar marine hydraulic steering systems. One-fourth the cost of the SeaStar fluid, and with its anti-wear additives, much better, IMO! It's also approved by SeaStar.
1 Star withheld for lack of contemporary packaging. i repackage into squeeze bottles. I dont really see how you can get the product into a brake reservoir from this container and the container isnt resealable. But, still the best value available that Ive found, even considering it needs to be repackaged for storage and use.
The cans are sealed with no screw on cap.
On quart is approximately 0.946 Liters. Each case has 24 quarts. So the approximate liters in a case is 22.27 liters.
No, this is not considered hazardous material.
We have no documentation showing these two fluids are compatible. We recommend only using the fluid the brake manufacturer has called out to be used with their system.
There is no application chart available. This product is 5606 which is commonly used in most general aviation aircraft.
We do not have a set shelf life on our Aviation Oils. This is because there is simply no way for us to control how it is stored once it leaves our warehouse. If it is stored indoors under controlled conditions (i.e., not exposed to weather, direct sunlight, excessive heat or dust) then it can remain a high quality product for many years. A good guideline is: Once it is more than 5 years old, a sample of the product should be tested to verify quality. We have tested sealed containers much older than this and found them to be in great condition.
Please note that some militaries require retesting on their own schedule. We also encourage you to verify any FAA requirements with an FAA inspector (not an internet chat-room) and follow that person’s guidance.