Oil IPM-10

Oil IPM-10 (TU 38.101299-90) is a synthetic hydrocarbon oil with a complex of highly effective additives. It is capable of operating within a temperature range of -50 to +200°C.

IPM-10 is used in high-temperature gas turbine engines of civil aviation with oil temperatures at the engine outlet of up to 200°C (civil aviation planes IL-62, IL-86, Tu-134, Tu-154, Yak-42, An-12, An-24, An-26, An-30), in air power plants (APP) TA-6(A), TA-8, TA-12, TA-8B, turbo refrigerators (THR), as well as in gas pumping units driven by an aviation engine, as a standardized oil grade, and in other units, including gas pumping units driven by an aviation engine. It can also be used for short-term preservation.

Technical specifications for aviation oil IMP-10

Parameter Standard
Kinematic viscosity, mm2/s (cSt):
at 100°C, not less than 3.0
at minus 40°C, not more than 3000
Flash point, determined in an open crucible, °C, not less than 190
Pour point, °C, not more than -50
Thermo-oxidative stability at 200°C for 50 hours and air flow rate of 3 dm3/hour:
a) Mass fraction of insoluble sediment in iso-octane, %, not more than 0.35
b) Acid number after oxidation, mg KOH/g of oil, not more than 8
c) Kinematic viscosity after oxidation:
at minus 40°C, mm2/s (cSt), not more than 5000
at 100°C, mm2/s (cSt), not more than 5.0
d) Weight corrosion index after oxidation, mg/cm2, on plates made of:
AK4 aluminum alloy (GOST 4784-74), not more than none
M1 or M2 copper (GOST 859-78), not more than 0.2
Steel grade SHX-15 (GOST 801-78) none
Guaranteed storage life 5 years