The MIL-L-6082 specification establishes the requirements for non-dispersant, mineral lubricating oils to be used in four stroke cycle, reciprocating piston aircraft engines. This specification is canceled. Superseded by SAE-J1966.
This performance specification covers engine oils suitable for lubrication of reciprocating compression-ignition internal combustion engines and for power transmission fluid applications in combat/tactical service equipment.
This MIL-PRF-21260 performance specification covers engine oils suitable for preservation, break-in, and lubrication of reciprocating internal combustion engines of both spark-ignition and compression-ignition types, and of power transmission fluid applications in equipment used in combat/tactical service.
This specification covers three classes of gas synthetic turbine engine lubricating oils, primarily used for aircraft engines, which have a nominal viscosity of 5 centistokes at 100 Deg. C and which are typically made with neopentyl polyol ester base stocks. This MIL-PRF-23699 aircraft oil is identified by NATO Code Number 0-156.
This specification covers one type and grade of water-displacing, preservative lubricating oil, known hereinafter as “oil”, for general purpose applications at low temperatures. The oil can be applied by dipping, brushing, or by spraying from gas-pressurized cans. The oil is identified by Military Symbol PL-S and NATO Code Number O-190.
The MIL-PRF-46010 establishes the requirements for a corrosion-inhibiting, heat-cured solid film lubricant coating that is intended to reduce wear and prevent galling, corrosion, and seizure of metals.