|AeroShell Grease 5 Wheel Bearing and Engine Accessory Grease combines high load-carrying ability with excellent resistance to water and high temperatures. It is inhibited against corrosion and oxidation, and has a useful temperature range of -23°C to + 177°C. Used primarily in aircraft wheel bearings and engine accessories operating at high speeds and relatively high temperatures. It is composed of a mineral oil thickened with Microgel®, possessing good load-carrying ability.|
AeroShell Grease 5 is particularly effective for use as a wheel bearing grease, especially when landing speeds are high, and is suitable for the lubrication of aircraft and engine accessories operating at high speeds and at relatively high temperatures, e.g. magnetos, generators and starters. For the lubrication of rolling bearings which are required to start at temperatures as low as –23°C an adequate period should be allowed for the grease to channel.
Happy that it was in stock
AEROSHELL 5 GREASE 6.6 LB
Received 10 Tubes and not 30 TUBES
AEROSHELL 5 GREASE CASE OF 30 14OZ TUBES
Excellent …used to lube a Pekola tailwheel on the SuperStol.
AEROSHELL 5 GREASE 14OZ TUBE
This is what you need to lube constant speed propellers.
Best grease in the business. Pricey but worth it.
Its grease. Hard to rate grease. Hope it does what grease is supposed to do likely it will.
Used this on the propeller counterweights, works great.
Excellent product. Have used Shell lube products for years.
Have used this product for wheel bearings for years without any issues!
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Shelf life is 3 years.
Date of manufacture.