This commercial item description (CID) covers the requirements for ethylene glycol-based and propylene glycol-based automotive engine antifreeze. This commercial antifreeze is to be suitable for use in all administrative vehicles, construction and materiel handling vehicles and equipment, and military ground combat and tactical vehicles and equipment.
This MIL-A-46153 specification covers one type of heavy duty inhibited ethylene glycol antifreeze compound for use in the cooling system of liquid-cooled internal combustion engines other than aircraft for protection against freezing in ambient temperatures as low as -51 deg. C. This specification is canceled. Superseded by A-A-52624 commercial/military antifreeze.
The MIL-L-17331 covers a single classification of steam turbine and industrial gear lubricant oil, moderate service, for use in main and auxiliary turbines and gears, air compressors, and certain hydraulic equipment, as well as for general mechanical lubrication.
This MIL-L-22851 specification establishes the requirements for lubricating oils containing ashless dispersant additives to be used in four stroke cycle, reciprocating piston aircraft engines. This specification is canceled. Superseded by SAE-J1899.
This MIL-L-23398 specification establishes the requirements for two types of air-cured solid film lubricant (identified by NATO code number S-749) intended to reduce wear and prevent seizing, corrosion and galling, the lubricant can be applied by dipping, brushing or spraying.
This MIL-L-46000 specification covers a semi-fluid lubricant for automatic weapons operating within a temperature range of -54 degrees to +127 degrees C (-65 degrees to +260 F degrees ). The lubricant is identified by Military Symbol LSA and NATO Code Number 0-158.