Royco® 560

Product Description: An advance, high performance, 5 cSt synthetic based turbine engine oil that is engineered for engine cleanliness while providing for excellent thermal and oxidative stability performance.

Specification: MIL – PRF – 23699 HTS

NATO Specification: O-156

Joint Service Designation: OX-27

MIL-SPEC Scope: This specification covers three classes of gas turbine engine lubricating oils, primarily used for aircraft engines, which have a nominal viscosity of 5 centistokes at 100 ⁰C and which are typically made with neopentyl polyol ester base stocks. This oil is identified by NATO Code Number 0-156.

Shelf Life:

  • US Military       3 Years
  • Commercial     4 Years
  • NATO                4 Years

Tariff Code:  3403.99.0000

Material: Synthetic Turbine Oils
Acrylonitrile Poor to Good
Acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber (Perbunan®) Poor to Good
Butyl rubber Poor to Fair
Flurocarbon (Viton®) Very Good
Methacrylate Poor to Fair
Natural rubber/latex Poor
Poly (ethylene) Good
Polyamine (Nylon) Poor
Polychloroprene (Neoprene® ) Poor
Polyester Good
PTFE (Teflon® ) Very Good
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) Poor
Silicone Poor to Fair
Styrene-butadiene or styene-butadiene rubber (SBR) or Buna S Poor

National Stock Number Grade Amount Container
9150-01-439-0764 Class HTS 8 fl oz. Can
9150-01-439-0756 Class HTS 1 quart Can
9150-01-439-2070 Class HTS 55 gal. Drum

Synthetic Ester Based GreaseRefined Gydrocarbons, Preservative Lubricating Oil, Purpose Lubricant