Aeroshell Grease 7

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14 oz Tube6.6 lb Can Case of 30 - 14 ouncesCase of 4 - 6.6 lb Cans17kg - 5 Gallon


AeroShell Grease 7 is an advanced multi-purpose airframe grease, composed of a synthetic diester oil thickened with Microgel®, possessing good load carrying ability over a wide temperature range. It is inhibited against corrosion and has excellent resistance to water.

The useful operating temperature range is –73°C to +149°C.
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AeroShell Grease 7 satisfies nearly all the airframe grease requirements of turbine engined aircraft and also those of piston engined aircraft provided that seal incompatibility does not occur. Most civil aircraft manufacturers approve AeroShell Grease 7 as a general purpose grease either by brand name or by specification. It is recommended for lubricating highly loaded gears, actuator screw mechanisms, etc., also for instrument and general airframe lubrication within the temperature range of –73°C to +149°C.AeroShell Grease 7 contains a synthetic ester oil and should not be used in contact with incompatible seal materials. Refer to the General Notes at the front of this section.AeroShell Grease 7 is a clay-based grease approved to MIL-PRF-23827C Type II; it should not be mixed with soap-based greases approved to MIL-PRF-23827C Type I.


  • U.S.: Approved MIL-PRF-23827C (Type II)
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Q: Where can I find the expiry date on the grease tube?

There is a DOM printed on the tube usually near the barcode. The grease is good for 3 years from that date. Keep in mind, per Aeroshell, this grease does not expire in 3 years, but the manufacturer recommends a re-test from 3 years of manufacture date.

Q: Who is the MFR on this?

This is manufactured by Aeroshell.