Air Power Inc. is your premium supplier of high-performance aviation oil for engines and motors. Why is the quality of aviation motor oil so important to general aviation pilots and mechanics? Aircraft engine oil has more stringent requirements than ground fuels and contains additives that can enhance fuel performance and handling. When you shop airplane engine oil from Air Power Inc., you get quality products from manufacturers you know and trust. Whether you're looking for 20W50M Phillips 66 Type M Oil, 15W50 AeroshellAviation Oil, W100 Aeroshell Aviation Oil or others, Air Power Inc. delivers the prices and quality you want and need. Shop our entire selection of oil for airplanes below.
Aeroshell W100 is an ashless, SAE 50 dispersant oil that provides excellent service in all four cycle aircraft piston engines. We understand your desire for low-cost, dependable flight. You can rely on AeroShell products to help protect your engine, reduce its maintenance costs and improve its efficiency. Whether you fly for pleasure or your business depends on flight, AeroShell products are designed to help lift your performance. Single Grade Ashless Dispersant Oils AeroShell Oils W80, W100 and W120 are ashless dispersant oils specifically developed for aviation piston engines. They combine non-metallic additives with selected high viscosity index base oils to give exceptional stability, dispersancy and anti-foaming performance. No general rule exists for every engine type when choosing the correct grade of oil; however, based on the average ambient outside temperature at engine start-up the most common grades are SAE 40, SAE 50 and SAE 60, which equates to AeroShell Oil W80, W100 and W120 respectively. Traditionally, the choice is associated with climatic zones - AeroShell W80 for cold climate regions (-17 - 21°C), AeroShell Oil W100 for temperate regions (15 - 30°C) and AeroShell Oil W120 for warmer climates (above 26°C). AeroShell Oils W80, W100 and W120 are produced to meet fully the SAE specification J-1899 (Grades SAE 30, 40, 50 and 60 respectively). Furthermore, they all have military qualification approval and are listed on the Qualified Products List (QPL) issued by the US Navy and on the Technically Acceptable Products List (TAPL) issued by the UK Ministry of Defence. The blending plants employed to manufacture these oils also hold the approval of the specification authorities and this ensures that the high quality standard is always maintained.