ExxonMobil Aviation Oil Elite 20w-50 | 12/1 Quart Case
Mobil / 105349
ExxonMobil Aviation Oil Elite 20W-50, 12/1 Qt. bottles, is a premium quality, semi-synthetic, ashless-dispersant aviation piston engine oil. It is formulated from select, highly refined mineral base oils, a polyalphaolefin synthetic base oil, and ashless performance additives providing outstanding engine cleanliness, wear protection, and corrosion protection. It also has the following benefits:
High level of rust and corrosion protection:Extends the life of critical engine parts
Excellent wear protection:Long engine life
High oxidation and thermal stability:Minimizes deposits and extends engine life
Powerful dispersancy:Keeps engine parts, turbocharger bearings, propeller hub and dome, etc. clean of harmful sludge and varnish deposits
High Viscosity Index:Provides easy starting and fast lubrication of critical engine parts under low temperature conditions as well as high lubricant film strength and low wear under high temperature operating conditions
20W-50 Multi-grade:Year-round lubricant for most climates
Compatible with all commercial aviation piston engine oils-both non-dispersant and ashless dispersant type
Flexibility in use
Contains the Lycoming anti-wear/anti-scuffing additive:Compliance with FAA airworthiness directive AD 80-04-03-R2 par.b.1
This oil is U.S. Military approved under SAE J1899, which replaced MIL-L-22851D and is listed in the U.S. Military Qualified Products List QPL-1899. It is approved by and included in the Qualified Products Lists of Teledyne Continental, and Textron Lycoming and it is designed to satisfy the requirements of all opposed piston engine manufacturers. It provides an alternate means of compliance with FAA AD 80-04-03-R2 par.b.1.
This product is compatible with non-dispersant mineral oils as well as other ashless-dispersant oils that meet the requirements of MIL-L-22851D/SAE J1899. It can also be used in high-time engines that have previously used a straight mineral oil. In this case it is advisable to carry out the oil-screen inspection recommended by the engine manufacturer.