2380 Turbine Oil - Quart - Eastman / Air BP
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Turbo Oil 2380 - More than 50 years of experience with more than 230 operators.
Capacity: 1 Quart (24 Quarts in a Case)
* 2380 Turbine Oil Tech Sheet
*Use as reference only. Please contact Eastman for up-to-date specifications.
The product was carefully designed to achieve an optimum balance of properties. The balance of cold ambient temperature viscosity, load-carrying capability, cleanliness, and elastomer compatibility was at the forefront of the considerations in designing Eastman Turbo Oil 2380. Today, it is still one of the most widely used turbine oils in the commercial aviation industry. Turbo Oil 2380 is among the first turbine oils to be qualified and approved for MIL-PRF-23699 STD (Standard) class and subsequently SAE AS5780 SPC (Standard Performance Capability) class.
Premier accessory performance
Turbo Oil 2380 brings you exceptional accessory performance which leads to extended on-wing accessories' lifespan and improved reliability. Also, the ability of 2380 to neutralize the effects of copper (Cu) through superior metal passivation results in reduction of oxidation and sludge formation.
In service, the metal passivation effects of Turbo Oil 2380 allow proper filtration of Cu particles resulting in diminished metal wear effects and extend on-wing life of IDGs and CSDs.
Excellent load-carrying capability
One of the competitive attributes of Turbo Oil 2380 is its load-carrying capability. This parameter is calculated via the Ryder Gear Test, that is used to determine the anti-scuffing property of a lubricant. The baseline measurement of this test is 102% of the reference oil. In the load-carrying test, Turbo Oil 2380 yielded results of 117% or 14.7% above the baseline versus the leading SPC competitive oil with a value of 108% or 5.9% above baseline. Clearly Turbo Oil 2380 offers a greater margin of performance.
Turbo Oil 2380 has demonstrated superior competitive performance in many different types of engines, but specifically in the highly demanding environment of the turbo prop engines. In particular, more than 70% of the PT6 engines are lubricated by Turbo Oil 2380.
This means that Turbo Oil 2380 can generate savings to your fleet through potentially extending the life of your gears and bearings.
Best low-temperature viscosity
Turbo Oil 2380 has demonstrated the best low-temperature viscosity performance for all 5 cSt turbine oils commercially available today. The low- temperature viscosity performance of turbine oils is determined by measuring the kinematic viscosity of the oil at colder ambient temperatures. Higher viscosities at colder temperatures can result in more difficult engine starts on cold winter days. This attribute improves the cold-soak start reliability.
Turbo Oil 2380 tops the leading STD and SPC oils today in the area of low-temperature viscosity. A test was conducted comparing a competitor's leading STD/SPC turbine oil and Turbo Oil 2380. The competition was 40% more viscous at -40 degree C (-40 degree F) and 71% at -53.4 degree C (65 degreeF). Pour point for Turbo Oil 2380 was measured at -59 degree C (-74 degree F) versus -57 degree C (-70 degreeF) for the competition. The low-temperature performance of Turbo Oil 2380 translates into improved gear and bearing reliability in cold soak condition due to better lubrication at start-up. In addition, high oil pressure events during start-up on cold days may be reduced significantly.