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MODUK - DEF STAN 05-50: PART 61

Methods for Testing Fuels, Lubricants and Associated Products Part 61: Methods for Testing Gas Turbine Engine Synthetic Lubricants

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Organization: MODUK
Publication Date: 25 April 2003
Status: active
Page Count: 77
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This method describes a procedure for the determination of the confined heat stability of synthetic gas turbine lubricants in terms of volatilisation loss, viscosity, acidity and insolubles increase brought about by a period of heating in a stainless steel, vented, vessel. This method is based on Rolls Royce lubricant approval methodology.

Document History

DEF STAN 05-50: PART 61
April 25, 2003
Methods for Testing Fuels, Lubricants and Associated Products Part 61: Methods for Testing Gas Turbine Engine Synthetic Lubricants
This method describes a procedure for the determination of the confined heat stability of synthetic gas turbine lubricants in terms of volatilisation loss, viscosity, acidity and insolubles increase...
April 25, 2003
Methods for Testing Fuels, Lubricants and Associated Products Part 61: Methods for Testing Gas Turbine Engine Synthetic Lubricants
This method describes a procedure for the determination of the confined heat stability of synthetic gas turbine lubricants in terms of volatilisation loss, viscosity, acidity and insolubles increase...
June 26, 1998
Methods for Testing Fuels, Lubricants and Associated Products Part 61: Methods for Testing Gas Turbine Engine Synthetic Lubricants
This method describes a procedure for the determination of the confined heat stability of synthetic gas turbine lubricants in terms of volatilisation loss, viscosity, acidity and insoluble increase...

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