SYNDUSTRIAL® TURBINE OIL

SYNTHETIC POLYOLESTER LUBRICANT

Phillips 66® Syndustrial Turbine Oil is a premium quality synthetic lubricant developed to meet the severe lubrication requirements of aero-derivative stationary and marine gas turbines.

SYNDUSTRIAL® TURBINE OIL

Features & Benefits

  • Outstanding oxidation resistance and thermal stability at high temperatures
  • Excellent low-temperature fluidity
  • High load-carrying capacity
  • Protects against rust and corrosion
  • Natural detergency
  • High ash point for reduced re/explosion hazard
  • Extended service intervals compared with conventional mineral-oil based lubricants

Applications

  • Aero-derivative gas turbines

Technical Details

  • ISO Grade: 22/32
  • Licenses & Approvals

    Syndustrial Turbine Oil meets the requirements of the following industry and OEM specification:#Allison 501-k, 571-k#General Electric GEK 97310, LM Series 500 to 6000#Rolls-Royce RB211, Avon, Olympus, Spey and Tyne turbines#Solar Turbines ES9-224, Revision W, Class III (Synthesized Ester) Turbine Oil#U.S. Military MIL-PRF-23699F, Class STD Synthetic Turbine Oil

    Additional Details

    ISO Grade 22/32
    Specific Gravity @ 60°F 0.994
    Density, lbs/gal @ 60°F 8.28
    Color, ASTM D1500 4.0
    Flash Point (COC), °C (°F) 266 (511)
    Pour Point, °C (°F) -60 (-76)
    Viscosity
    cSt @ 40°C 25.5
    cSt @ 100°C 5.1
    SUS @ 100°F 132
    SUS @ 210°F 43
    Viscosity Index 132
    Acid Number, SAE ARP 5088, mg KOH/g 0.18
    Copper Corrosion, ASTM D130 1a
    Foam Test, ASTM D892
    Sequence I, mL 5/0
    Sequence II, mL 5/0
    Sequence III, mL 10/0
    Particle Contamination, NAS 1639, max 6
    Rust Test, ASTM D665 A&B Pass