Site Information

 Loading... Please wait...

AeroShell Fluid 41 | 1 Gallon Can

/ 550043667R

5 Stars Write a review 2 product reviews

9.00 LBS
View Additional Sizes


Product Description

AeroShell Fluid 41, 1 Gallon Can, is a mineral oil-based aircraft hydraulic oil with excellent low temperature characteristics that is capable of operating over a wide range of temperatures. This fluid is oxidation inhibited, and contains a special anti-wear additive. This product is dyed red for identification and leak detection purposes. It also has the following benefits:

  • Meets the MIL-PRF-5606H cleanliness requirements for aviation hydraulic oils
  • Superior low temperature properties
  • Compatibility with synthetic rubber components
  • Dyed red for easy identification
  • Good anti-wear properties


  • Aircraft applications where a MIL-PRF-5606H fluid is specified or recommended
  • Hydraulic oil systems, particularly those that are subject to a wide variation in ambient operating temperatures
  • In winter service for bucket trucks and other portable equipment subject to severe low temperature operation

Meets MIL-PRF-5606H specification requirements.

Product Reviews

Write Review

Showing reviews 1-1 of 2 | Next

  1. 5 Star Review Great for Seastar Hydraulic Boat Steering Systems

    Posted by on

    I bought this to fill a Seastar hydraulic steering system on my boat. A gallon of AeroShell Fluid 41 was within a couple of dollars of the the same price as one quart of the Seastar brand hydraulic steering fluid.

    The packing was superb and the can arrived without a dent. The only negative I can think of is that the can is not resealable (possibly out of concerns relating to moisture contamination). So have CLEAN, resealable containers to transfer the fluid to. I recommend something around a quart size for ease of handling and pouring.

    Note: Seastar previously specified MIL-PRF-5606H as an acceptable fluid for their steering but now specifies only their fluid ($28/quart at a national chain boating store). According to people who should know, the fluids are the same, save for the red dye that's added to the MIL-PRF-5606H fluids.

Showing reviews 1-1 of 2 | Next