Buy AeroShell Grease 33
For many years aircraft operators have been seeking to rationalise the greases used on aircraft and to reduce the number of different greases in their inventories. Recently Boeing began research on a new, general purpose, corrosion-inhibiting grease. The aim was for a non-clay based grease that would provide longer life for components and mechanisms and possess improved wear and corrosion resistance. This led to the introduction of the new Boeing Specification BMS 3-33.
Owing to the wide range of operating temperatures, loads and other environmental conditions required for various aircraft components, several different types of grease with different desirable properties are used during routine lubrication of aircraft components. Boeing, in developing their BMS 3-33 specification, took account of the properties of the different grease types used on aircraft and wrote a specification for a grease which would provide improved performance and which could be used in the widest possible range of grease applications.
AeroShell Grease 33 is approved to BMS 3-33A and offers the improved performance properties required by this specification.
AeroShell Grease 33 can be used for routine lubrication on Boeing aircraft where MIL-PRF-23827C or BMS 3-24 is specified. AeroShell Grease 33 can also be used in some applications on Boeing aircraft which require use of MIL-G-21164. Other applications on Boeing aircraft which require use of MIL-G-21164 and other greases are being reviewed and in due course Boeing will issue details of the full range of applications. For the current status, refer to the latest issue of Boeing Service Letter "BMS 3-33 General Purpose Aircraft Grease".
AeroShell Grease 33 can be used for routine lubrication in applications where MIL-PRF-23827C is specified on aircraft manufactured by McDonnell Douglas, Airbus, BAe Regional Aircraft, Canadair, Lockheed, Embraer, Fokker and Gulfstream (except for wheel bearings, applications above 121°C and sliding applications requiring molybdenum disulphide).
Other aircraft manufacturers are evaluating AeroShell Grease 33 with the aim of approving it for use on their aircraft. Operators should regularly check with these manufacturers for the latest status.
Use of AeroShell Grease 33 can provide operators with the following benefits:
• Reduced inventories
• Easier maintainability (one major grease for most applications)
• Reduced maintenance labour costs
• Less chance of product mis-application
AeroShell Grease 33 contains a synthetic oil and must not be used with incompatible seal materials. Refer to the General Notes at the front of this section for further information.
U.S. Approved MIL-PRF-23827C (Type I)
NATO Code G-354
Joint Service Designation –
Boeing Approved BMS 3-33A
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HIGH PERFORMANCE GREASES AND HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
BMS 3-33 Approved
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AEROSHELL Grease 33 is our newest generation multi-purpose synthetic grease. It is specifically designed to lubricate a wide range of applications and operating conditions on commercial aircraft. It is approved for Boeing’s BMS 3-33 specification and it covers the operating temperature range between –73 °C and +121 °C.
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