Oil and Greases

Rivandell Aviation offers premium class aviation lubricants for high-performance of your fleet from the world leading manufacturers – Exxon Mobil, Aeroshell, British Petroleum. All products are supplied with the associated documentation.
Our logistics team will work out the best delivery solution to any destination.
*Engine oils  *Hydarulic fluids  *Greases  *Sealants  *Cleaning compounds  *Anti-seize compounds, etc.


Generic brand name for mineral or synthetic oil designed for piston and gas-turbine engines powering aircraft, naval vessels and ground-based power generation.
TURBONYCOIL 98 (equivalent of B3-V)
TURBONYCOIL 210A (equivalent of IPM-10)
TURBONYCOIL 306 (equivalent of SM-4.5)
TURBONYCOIL 329 (equivalent of TS-GIP)
TURBONYCOIL 308 (equivalent of MS-20)
TURBONYCOIL 321 (equivalent of MS-8P)
HYDRAUNYCOIL FH-51 (equivalent of AMG-10

The British Petroleum Company is the parent company of one of the world’s largest oil resource groups. Air BP is the specialist organization within the BP Group which markets on a world-wide basis, a comprehensive range of high quality Aviation Fuels, Aviation Engine Oils and Hydraulic Fluid.
BPTO 2380  BPTO 2389  BPTO 25  BPTO 2197  BPTO 274

Shell has been committed to aviation from the very beginning of flight. synonymous with quality and performance in aviation. Shell has provided fuels and lubricants to the entire aviation community, from the first pioneering flights to the current day.
Shell is part of the aviation community and has contributed to aviation’s rich heritage.
AeroShell Oil 100 / W100 / 120 / W120 / 390 / 500 / 555 / 560 / 750
AeroShell Fluid 41 / 12 / 3
AeroShell Grease 33 / 22 / 14 / 7 / 5

Ideas for advancing aviation lubricant technology have continued to evolve far more than a century at Exxon Mobil.
You can be sure this innovative spirit will continue as high-performance and fuel-efficient aircraft technology appear on the horizon.
Mobil Jet Oil II / 254

By the time commercial aviation entered the jet age in the late 1950s, ExxonMobil’s synthetic oils were leading the way, lubricating the engines and accessories of military aircraft and the first passenger jets.
Today’s modern jet engines require lubricants that can handle extreme speed, temperature and otherstress without breaking down or forming deposits.


Skydrol fluids are approved by all airframe manufacturers specifying phosphate ester hydraulic fluids, including the following material specifications:-
Airbus Industrie NSA 3017.110
boeing Commercial Airplane Co. BMS 3-11
British Aerospace BAC M.333.B
Lockheed Aircraft Corp. LAC C34-1224
McDonnell Douglas Corp. DMS 2014
Skydrol-ld4, skydrol-500B