Buy Aviation 2197 Turbine Oil - 1 Quart - Eastman / Air BP

Eastman 2197QT
Manufacturer: Eastman
Part Number: 2197QT
Condition: New

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The world’s leading high-performance turbo oil.

Capacity: 1 Quart (24 Quarts in a Case)
Type: 2197QT
* 2197 Turbine Oil Tech Sheet
*Use as reference only. Please contact Eastman for up-to-date specifications.

Built on more than 50 years of experience with industry-leading products, Eastman Turbo Oil 2197 is designed to exceed the demands of current and future jet engines. Turbo Oil 2197 is the oil of choice for airlines choosing to operate their fleets on High-Performance Capable (HPC) oils, with more than 300 million engine/accessory hours of proven and trusted performance. It was the first oil approved to AS5780A specification and exceeds all the requirements of AS5780 HPC Class.

Approved by all leading engine manufacturers, Turbo Oil 2197 is qualified to MIL-PRF-23699 High Thermal Stability (HTS) class and is by far the most widely used HTS fleet oil in the world.

Turbo Oil 2197 is manufactured in Eastman's own facility ensuring worldwide quality and consistency of this globally available product.

Improved reliability

Turbo Oil 2197 brings you exceptional performance which leads to extended on-wing engine life and improved reliability. The ability of Turbo Oil 2197 to maintain very low levels of deposition under severe thermal stress leads to significant improvements in engine cleanliness compared with all other commercially available oils. Turbo Oil 2197 is recognized as a problem solver for high-severity engines, i.e., PW JT8D-200, Trent 700, and V2500.

This demonstrated increased cleanliness can be seen in exacting laboratory testing and is reflected in significantly improved engine bearing compartment cleanliness, particularly in modern high-temperature, high-bypass turbofan powerplants. Benefits of this are virtually eliminating oil coking and plugged filters, and hence oil coking-related delays, fewer diverted flights, and ultimately fewer in-flight shutdowns (IFSDs).

Your engines spend more time in the air and less time on the ground. Improved reliability also means less resources are required to resolve preventable unplanned maintenance. The end result? Less disruption for you and your customers.