Exxon HyJet IV-Aplus 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,fluid life, low density, and rust protection. It is superior to all other Type IV fluids in these respects. Exxon HyJet IV-A plus meets the specifications of all major aircraft manufacturers and SAE AS1241. ..
Exxon HyJet V is a Type V fire-resistant phosphate ester hydraulic fluid, which is superior in thermal and hydrolytic stability to commercially available Type IV hydraulic fluids. Better stability means the extent of fluid degradation in aircraft systems will be less than Type IV fluids, in-service fluid life will be longer, and aircraft operator maintenance costs will be lower. ..
Product Description Introduced in 1996, Skydrol 5 was the first Type V fluid qualified under the Boeing BMS 3-11 specification. ..
Skydrol LD-4 was also introduced in 1978, and is today the largest selling aviation phosphate ester fluid in the world. At the time of its introduction it was a breakthrough product, solving problems of valve erosion and thermal stability common in earlier fluids. Its excellent thermal stability under real world conditions has given it a reputation as the gold standard among Type IV fluids. ..
The Skydrol 500 series of fluids has the longest service history among phosphate ester products. The first version, Skydrol 500, was introduced in 1952. Steady improvements to the formulation led in 1978 to the current version, Skydrol 500B-4. Skydrol 500B-4 is the most worker friendly of the aviation phosphate esters; it is least irritating to skin and less prone to form mists which can be irritating to the respiratory tract . This has given the product enormous popularity for use in work shops and indoor... ..
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