MIL-PRF-8188D - Aircraft Turbine Engine Synthetic Base Corrosion-Preventive
We perform lubricants testing by military specification MIL-PRF-8188, which covers a corrosion-preventive oil. This military specification covers the requirements for one type of corrosion-preventive oil intended for preservation of specific models of aircraft turbine engines, helicopter transmissions, accessory and auxiliary power units, and other types of equipment which require a synthetic base oil. The corrosion-preventive oil should be capable of limited use, not to exceed 25 hours, as an aircraft engine lubricant. This oil is identified by NATO Code No. C-638.
To read or download this specification, click HERE. This specification supersedes military specification MIL-C-8188.
The following is a list of tests required by Specification MIL-PRF-8188D. Some of these tests are customized for this exact specification. Alcor Petrolab and Phoenix Chemical Laboratory specialize in unusual and custom testing, and our testing capabilities are continuing to expand; contact one of our laboratories today to discuss the exact testing you need. To see more information about one of these tests, click on the test method number.
- FTM 3013 - Particulate Contamination
- ASTM D664 - Acid Number
- ASTM D1748 - Rust Protection
- ASTM D445 - Kinematic Viscosity
- ASTM D2532 - Kinematic Viscosity
- ASTM D92 - Flash & Fire Point
- ASTM D972 - Evaporative Loss
- FTM 3213 - Foaming, Static
- FTM 5003 - Deposition Test
- FTM 5321 - Lead Corrosion
- FTM 5305 - Corrosion (Bronze, Copper & Silver)
- ASTM D4951 - Metals in Lubricating Oils by ICP
- FTM 3403 - Compatibility of Turbine Lubricating Oils
- FTM 3604 - Elastomer Compatibility
- FTM 3432 - Elastomer Compatibility
- ASTM D4636 - Corrosion & Oxidation