IPM-10 oil (TU 38.101299-90) — synthetic hydrocarbonic with a complex of highly effective additives. It is efficient in the range of temperatures from-50 to +200 °C.
It is applied in heat-stressed gas-turbine engines of military and civil aviation with an oil temperature at the exit from the engine to 200 °C, and also in aviation turbo-refrigerators as the unified grade of oil and in other units, in particular, in gas-distributing units with the drive from the aviation engine. It is possible to use for incontinuous preservation.
IPM-10 is applied in heat-stressed gas-turbine engines of military and civil aviation with an oil temperature at the exit from the engine to 200 °C (planes of civil aviation Il-62, SILT-86, Tu-134, Tu-154, YAK-42, An-12 of AN-24, AN-26, An-30), in the TA-6 air power plants (APP) (A), TA-8, TA-12, TA-8V, turbo-refrigerators (THU), and also in gas-distributing units with the drive from the aviation engine.
|Name of an indicator||Norm|
|Viscosity is kinematic, mm2 / with (cSt):|
|at 100 °C, not less||3,0|
|at minus 40 °C, no more||3000|
|The flash temperature determined in an open crucible, °C, not below||190|
|Temperature of hardening, °C, not above||- 50|
|Thermooxidizing stability at 200 °C within 50 hours and races -
dm3/hour air 3 course:
|a) a mass fraction of a deposit insoluble in an isooctane, %, no more||0,35|
|b) acid number after oxidation, mg an oil GAME/g, no more||8|
|c) kinematic viscosity after oxidation:|
|at minus 40 °C, mm2 / with (cSt), no more||5000|
|at 100 °C, mm2 / with (cSt), no more||5,0|
|d) a weight indicator of corrosion after oxidation, mg/cm2, on plates from:|
|alloy aluminum deformed the AK4 brands (State standard specifications 4784-74), no more||absence|
|copper of the M1 brand or M2(GOST 859-78), no more||0,2|
|there were ShH-15 brands (State standard specifications 801-78)||absence|
|Warranty period of storage||5 years|