I have (7) cases of (12) Liters per case oil here to sell. They are from a heated warehouse that had to sell their older stock. This price is per Liter , I would like to make a package deal if possible. The general consensus is these are well within their service life as the May 2015 date is fairly close. These will be stored as not to freeze. Call with any interest..This can be a big money saver . Call with any interest (952) 854-5 seven eight six
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Here is some info.
AeroShell Turbine Oil 750 was developed to meet the
requirements of DERD 2487 (now DEF STAN 91-98) and to
provide a high standard of lubrication in British civil gas
turbines, particularly turbo-prop engines where a good load
carrying oil was required for the propeller reduction gearbox.
· AeroShell Turbine Oil 750 is also approved by the Russian
authorities as an analogue to MN-7.5u and for those Russian
turbo-prop applications which require the use of mixtures of
mineral turbine oil and aircraft piston engine oil.
·AeroShell Turbine Oil 750 contains a synthetic ester oil and
should not be used in contact with incompatible seal materials
and it also affects some paints and plastics.
Here is some specs.
· Approved DEF STAN 91- 98 (replaces DERD 2487) (UK)
· Equivalent AIR 3517A (French)
· Analogue to TU 38.1011722- 85 Grade MN-7.5u (Russian)
· NATO Code O-149 (equivalent O -159)
· Joint Service Designation OX-38
AeroShell Turbine Oil 750 is approved for use in all models of
the following engines:
· Honeywell : Auxiliary Power Units (some models)
· Pratt & Whitney Canada : PT6 (some models)
BMW-Rolls-Royce : Dart, Tyne, Avon (some early models only),
Gnome, Pegasus, Palouste, Nimbus, Proteus, Orpheus,
Olympus 200 and 300
Sikorsky : S-61N transmissions
Soloviev : D30 engine
Turbomeca : Astazou, Bastan, Turmo, Artouste, Arriel, Malika
For a full listing of equipment approvals and recommendations,
please consult your local Shell Technical Helpdesk, or the OEM