MS-8p Aviation Oil
MS-8p Aviation Oil Prices
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The petroleum-based MS-8p aircraft oil with a highly efficient additives package is a blend of Siberian and Uralian oils. This oil substituted the formerly used MK-8 and MK-8p oils and by far surpasses them with regard to a number of performance criteria, particularly, with regard to viscosity at low temperatures, thermal-oxidative stability and service life.
The MS-8p aircraft oil is used in gas-turbine engines of subsonic and supersonic aircraft (Il-62, Il-76, Il-86, Tu-134, Tu-154 and Yak-40 civil aviation aircraft, MiG-21, Su-15 and Su-25 military aircraft and Mi-6 and Mi-7 helicopters), whose oil temperature at the engine outlet does not exceed 150°C.
MS-8p is also used in compound oil mixtures for turbo-propeller engines (An-12, An-30, An-32 and Il-18 aircraft), and as a conserving agent for the aircraft engine oiling systems. Besides, MS-8p is used in marine (ship), gas-compressor plant and power plant gas-turbine engines.
Packaging of MS-8p
MP-8p oil is supplied to consumers in cans with a capacity of 18 liters, 15.0 kg net each. By agreement with the consumer, it is possible to use other containers of different capacities, including steel drums.
The guaranteed shelf life of MS-8p oil is 5 years from the date of manufacture.
Specifications MS-8p Aviation Oil
|Kinematic viscosity, mm2/с (cSt):|
|at 50°С, min.||8,0|
|at minus 40°С, max.||4000|
|Closed flash point, °C, min.||145|
|Pour point, °C, max.||-55|
|Thermal-oxidative stability at 150°C within 50 hours:|
|a) kinematic viscosity at 50°C after oxidation cSt, max.||10|
|b) kinematic viscosity at minus 40°C after oxidation cSt, max.||5500|
|c) acid number after oxidation, mg KOH per 1 g of oil, max.||0,7|
|d) mass content of residue after oxidation, %, max.||0,15|
|e) corrosion on plates after oxidation, mg/cm2, max.:|
|- SHH-15 steel in accordance with GOST 801-60||Absent|
|- M1 or M2 copper in accordance with GOST 859-66||±0,2|
|- AK-4 alluminum alloy in accordance with GOST 4784-74||Absent|