Our Complete range of products are Royco Lubricants, Pro Lube II lubricating oil, Exxon HyJet IV-A plus fluid, Synthetic Extreme Low-Temp Oil and RECTORSEAL sealant.
ADVANCED SYNTHETIC TURBINE LUBRICANT CORROSION INHIBITED GENERAL INFORMATION: ROYCO 899 is an advanced synthetic turbine engine oil designed for use in aircraft and stationary industrial gas turbine engines operating under severe conditions. This product is a 5 centistoke lubricant using state of the art additive technology and hindered polyol ester base oils resulting in a technologically superior gas turbine lubricant that combines excellent thermal - oxidative and hydrolytic stability, anti-wear protection, and above all, rust and corrosion inhibition.
MIL-PRF-32033 covers one type and grade of water-displacing, preservative lubricating oil, known hereinafter as "oil", for general purpose applications at low temperatures. The oil can be applied by dipping, brushing, or by spraying from gas-pressurized cans. This lubricating oil, Pro Lube, is a general purpose, preservative, is intended for lubrication and protecting against corrosion of certain small arms and automatic weapons and whenever a general purpose, water-displacing, low-temperature lubricating oil is required. This oil becomes very viscous at low temperatures so that its use at temperatures below -40This lubricating oil, Pro Lube, is a general purpose, preservative, is intended for lubrication and protecting against corrosion of certain small arms and automatic weapons and whenever a general purpose, water-displacing, low-temperature lubricating oil is required. This oil becomes very viscous at low temperatures so that its use at temperatures below -40°C is limited by a number of machine design factors and should be proved for any specific item application by test before adoption. The availability of this material in gas-pressurized containers will prove to be beneficial for use in areas difficult to preserve by existing procedures. This preservative oil should not be used to protect the fuel system and combustion chamber of engines which are preserved in accordance with standard procedures. This material contains a carboxylic acid which could react with certain metals present in the fuel system, forming soaps which could contribute to fuel filter plugging.
Exxon HyJet IV-A plus is a fire-resistant phosphate ester hydraulic fluid designed for use in commercial aircraft. It is the best-performing Type IV fluid and approaches to a great extent many of the performance capabilities of Type V fluids, including high temperature stability, long fluid life, low density, and rust protection. Exxon HyJet IV-A plus meets the specifications of all major aircraft manufacturers and SAE AS1241
ANDEROL® 465 as an ISO Grade 68 (nominal), synthetic diester-based lubricant that is formulated to offer extended lubrication over a wide temperature range, resist gumming and speed fluctuations, and minimize wear.
RECTORSEAL® NO. 5® has withstood the test of time in a variety of uses and is widely known as the "standard of the industry." RECTORSEAL® NO. 5® is a soft setting, slow drying thread sealant made from special inert fillers dispersed in an oleonresinous base to faciilitate its applk:ation to threaded pipe connections. RECTORSEAL® NO. 5® is a unique, versatile and reliable sealant that is non-toxic in acconlance with NSF Standard 61. In addition, it is Underwriters Ubomtories Inc. (UL) classified, listed under the Uniform plumbing code Code (IAPMO) Fill: No. 1282, and it is approved and listed with the Canadian Standllllls Association (CSA).
AEROSHELL Grease 33 is our newest generation multi-purpose synthetic grease. AeroShell Grease 33 is specifically designed to lubricate a wide range of applications and operating conditions on commercial aircraft. AeroShell Grease 33 is approved for Boeing’s BMS 3-33 specification and it covers the operating temperature range between –73 °C and +121 °C. AeroShell Grease 33 Meets MIL-SPEC:MIL-PRF-23827 TY I
ROYCO LGF is a mineral oil based hydraulic fluid designed specifically for use in aircraft landing gear systems shock struts and other fluid dampening systems. Modern additive technology for greatly improved lubricity and extreme pressure antiwear performance is used to provide the performance levels required by today’s wide body aircraft.
WRO-EP is recommended for the general maintenance of wire rope. It provides corrosion protection and lubrication for standing and running rigging, drag lines a corrosion protection and lubrication for standing and running rigging, drag lines and bridge cable. The high tackiness of WRO-EP minimizes throw-off on higher speed running rigging and provides higher resistance to water abrasion and washout when used in tidal areas. Extreme pressure properties provide excellent lubrication for both wire rope and open gear applications. Rusty wire rope and cable should be first treated with FLUID FILM® Liquid A to attain maximum penetration. Where a low viscosity material is desired for a slushing compound, the use of FLUID FILM® Gel WRL is recommended. This product also has extreme pressure properties. WRO-EP Wire Rope Lubricant may be applied using a leather or lamb's wool glove. When a considerable length of wire is to be coated, it may be advantageous to apply as follows: Form a cone of leather, about two feet long and six inches in diameter at the base. Both base and apex are left open with the wire rope passing through the apex. The apex is tightly lashed around the wire with marlin for about six inches. WRO-EP is applied to the wire with a rag, then the leather cone is dragged along the wire (or vice versa) so that the excess is scraped off into the cone, the remainder being well worked into the rope crevices. The amount of material left on the wire can be regulated by adjusting the marlin lashing. Too heavy an application not only wastes material but also can result in throw-off, particularly in running cable.