Aviation Oil


Aviation oil

As its name suggests, these types of lubricants are for the aviation industry and are produced and marketed with very reliable technology.

  Aviation oils are used for all types of jet turbines, high pressure hydraulic systems, and most of them are made of high quality additives because the slightest problem of aviation oil and their lubrication will cause the risk of falls and so on.

They are designed and manufactured to operate in a wide range of operating temperatures of moving engine and turbine components, bearings, gears, camshafts, rock arms, and pressure bars.

The goals of lubrication are to improve energy efficiency, reduce friction, improve equipment life and reduce moving parts.

Aircraft oils come in five forms:


1-Aviation turbine oil




Through years of development and research, working alongside leading turbine engine manufacturers, have  created the Aero Turbine Engine Oil range – ideal to meet the needs of all sorts of turbine aero-engines.

We offer a complete range of turbine engine oil types, from mineral oil, which are widely used for fuel system inhibition during storage; to low viscosity 3 centistoke oil in APU to overcome cold soak; to 5 centistoke standard and high performance capability oil for aircraft engines.


Turbine engine oils are used to lubricate aircraft turbine engines and jet engines to ensure excellent performance and to help them last longer.Generally synthetic turbine oils in one viscosity group are compatible and miscible with all other synthetic oils in the same viscosity group (and in many cases other viscosity groups as well).


However, in changing from one synthetic turbine oil to another, an operator must follow the engine manufacturers’ recommendations. Change by top-off (mixing) allows the changeover to take place slowly and there is increasing evidence that this is less of a shock to the engine and engine oil system.


While most engine manufacturers allow change by top-off (mixing), other engine manufacturers do not and only allow changeover by either drain and refill, or drain, flush and refill.


2-Aircraft ( piston engine)oil



Aircraft engine to Oil  to grade W 15 W 50 is a premium semi-synthetic multigrade ashless dispersant oil specifically developed for aviation piston engines. Aircraft engine  Oil W 15 W 50 is a special blend of a high quality mineral oil and synthetic hydrocarbons with an advanced additive package that has been specifically formulated for multigrade applications.

The combination of non-metallic anti-wear additives and selected high viscosity index mineral and synthetic base oils, give exceptional stability, dispersancy and anti-foaming performance. The advanced additive package in Aircraft W 15 W 50 provides excellent protection to engines operating at extreme ambient temperatures. The ashless anti-wear additive package provides exceptional wear protection for camshafts and lifters and other wearing surfaces.

Aircraft engine oil W 15 W 50 has become very popular amongst engine manufacturers and operators alike. In order to cater for those aircraft  engines that need improved load carrying, the  antiwear additive has been incorporated into the formulation thus eliminating the need for supplemental additive addition

3-Aircraft gear oil



some aviation gear oils are a supreme performance gear and bearing oil designed to provide outstanding service in terms of equipment protection, oil life and problem-free operation helping to enable increased customer productivity in civilian and military helicopter transmissions.


This scientifically engineered oil is formulated from base fluids with an inherently high viscosity index and a unique, proprietary, additive system which enables this product to provide outstanding performance in extreme service applications at high and low temperatures, well beyond the capabilities of mineral oils. This product is resistant to mechanical shear, even in heavily loaded gear and high shear bearing applications.

many aviation gear oils have a low traction coefficient, which derives from the molecular structure of the base stock used. This results in low fluid friction in the load zone of non-conforming surfaces such as gears and rolling contact bearings. Low fluid friction produces lower operating temperatures and improved gear efficiency, which translates into reduced power consumption. It also results in extended parts life and allows for more economical equipment design


4-Aircraft greases


Not all aviation greases are alike. At some greases have specially formulated best greases to protect against wear and corrosion, endure adverse weather conditions and provide excellent performance in extreme temperatures.

And with the aviation industry’s longest shelf life, some  greases are designed to help aircraft operators minimize waste and reduce inventory carrying costs.

For more than a century, some greases has been a trusted, proven partner for the aviation industry. With  complete line of multipurpose airframe and wheel bearing greases, we can be your partner for all your aviation grease needs. Explore the content below to discover what makes our greases different.

5-Helicopter oil



We understand the need for helicopter lubricants with proven performance. Any failure of an aircraft’s power plant, transmission or hydraulic system is unacceptable.

As helicopters often operate in confined, challenging and hostile environments, failure can be catastrophic. That is why we have developed a comprehensive range of high-performance products for helicopters.


While lubrication is an engine internal procedure, cooling and oil supply require more or less design activity on the aircraft side of the engine/airframe interface for proper engine function, depending on the engine type.
The necessity for engine cooling and oil supply provisions on the airframe can lead to interface problems because the helicopter manufacturer can influence engine related functions due to the design of corresponding oil system components.


This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) deals with integration of engine oil systems with the airframe and gives information for both helicopter and engine manufacturers for a better understanding of interface requirements.