A hot turbine engine is no place for untested oil

Choose a lubricant with high thermal stability that can help prevent coking in aeroderivative turbine engines.

When your power generation turbines are running, the temperature reaches extremely high levels. Those kinds of temperatures require a high performance capable lubricant with thermal stability. Otherwise, your aeroderivative engines can experience damaging coking, the buildup of solid residues in the engine system.

Extreme temperatures can cause coking deposits that lead to oil starvation and poor engine performance—and may require expensive repairs, part replacement, labor costs, and unplanned downtime.

The lubricant you choose can play a big role in preventing coking.

Eastman Turbo Oil 2197, for example, is high performance capable oil with the high thermal stability to resist coking. It’s the lubricant of choice for airlines all over the world. If it can perform in the extreme temperatures between ground level and 40,000 feet, you can trust it to keep your engines on the job.

You have more than one choice in lubricants. Choose to put confidence in your system with Eastman Turbo Oil 2197.

Thermal & oxidative stability deposition
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Find out if your oil has the performance capability you need to get the job done.

An engine oil analysis can determine how well your current oil is working for your system and how a high performance capable oil can help improve the reliability of your operations. Request an oil sample testing kit for a free oil analysis today.


Eastman Turbo Oil 2197

Eastman Turbo Oil 2197

With approximately 400 million hours of proven performance, Eastman Turbo Oil 2197 is by far the most widely used high performance capable (HPC) oil in the world. It is AS5780 HPC/ MIL-PRF-23699 HTS class, 5 cSt turbine oil for the most thermally demanding engine and accessory applications. Click here for product technical and safety data sheets.

Eastman Turbo Oil 2380

Eastman Turbo Oil 2380

Widely used in turbine engines around the world, Eastman Turbo Oil 2380 was one of the first turbine oils to be qualified and approved for Mil-PRF-23699 STD (Standard) class and subsequently SAE AS5780 SPC (Standard Performance Capability) class. Click here for product technical and safety data sheets.


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