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Phillips 66 Products

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A ConocoPhillips Lubricants brand, Phillips 66 serves automotive, aviation, agriculture, construction, snowmobile, and motorcycle, marine and industrial segments. The brand's product line offers premium engine oils and greases, air and oil filters, antifreeze and coolants.

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Injex 2-Cycle Oil

Product Line Selection
  • Qualified and tested to meet or exceed all warranty requirements.
  • Can be mixed to a 100:1 Fuel/Oil Ratio. Contains a totally ashless additive package. May be used in most applications which call for TC-W/BIA, TC-WII or regular Outboard Motor Oil. Exceeds TC-W and TC-WII in engine performance.
Application and Description
    Premium quality 2-cycle motor oil fully approved by the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) recertified TC-W3 service. Meets NMMA (formerly BIA) warranty requirements of all outboard motors of major manufacturers, including highest horsepower units. Recommended for use in all other outboard motors and other small 2-cycle engines (snowmobiles, chain saws, lawn care equipment, certain motorbikes, etc.) requiring TC-W3. Combination of high VI base oils, totally ashless additives and carefully selected high flash diluent. Dyed PURPLE for easy identification. Will perform equal to or better than any OEM brands. Outperformed a leading OEM reference oil in field testing. Designed especially for use in all types and models of oil injection systems. Use in the same ratio as recommended for the OEM brand. Insistence of an OEM or its representatives requiring the use of private label TC-W3 oils for warranty purposes may violate a federal law. Contact Phillips 66 technical support section (1-800-766-0050) for further information.
Typical Properties:
Values are representitive of current production
Product Code = 54140
API Gravity = 32
Flash Point, COC, C (F) = 102 (215)
Pour Point, C (F) = -40 (-40)
SUS @ 210 F (99 C) = 51.3
cSt @ 40 C (104 F) = 37.0
cSt @ 100 C (212 F) = 6.7
Viscosity Index = 141
Ash Content, % = Nil
Color = Purple





X/C® Aviation Multiviscosity Oils

Proven Performance
  • More than 20 years of outstanding field performance used by flight schools, charter and cargo airlines, airshow performers, aerial spray applicators and race planes.
  • Lowers oil consumption in most engines.
  • Outperforms any single grade oil under all weather conditions.
  • Offers all the performance of other multiviscosity oils on the market at significantly lower cost.
  • X/C 20W-50 has an attractive & convenient long neck quart bottle for easier pouring and resealable cap.
  • Available throughout the U.S. Exported to other countries throughout the world.
X/C 20W-50
X/C 20W-50 provides opposed piston engines improved performance than single grade oils. X/C is an ashless dispersant mineral base oil that can be used during the break-in period and then as an operational oil to TBO. X/C should be used year round to take advantage of all the performance benefits this multiviscosity aviation oil has to offer.

X/C 25W-60
X/C 25W-60 has much to offer the radial engines and other aviation piston engines originally designed to run on heavier grade oils. Pilots and mechanics will notice benefits immediately with 25W-60 over the traditional heavier single grade aviation oils. Benefits such as improved oil flow at start up, quicker warm up time, cooler operating temperatures and a cleaner operating engine. X/C 25W-60 like the 20W-50 should be used year round, during break-in and on to TBO.

Application and Description
  • First approved multiviscosity grade, mineral base, ashless dispersant aviation piston engine oil.
  • Contains an ashless dispersant package for cleaner engine operation.
  • Use year round for easier start up and quicker flow of oil to engine parts.
  • Provides a full bodied oil film strength even under high load conditions, such as take-off and elevated operating temperatures.
  • Recommended for break-in. Provides a cleaner and quicker break-in than the traditional all mineral single grade oils.
  • X/C 20W-50 is designed for opposed piston engines. 20W-50 grade oil replaces three military viscosity grades 65, 80 and 100 with no sacrifice of performance.
  • X/C 25W-60 is designed for radial engines or other piston aviation engines that were originally recommended to operate on a heavier single grade oil. 25W-60 is the only Pratt & Whitney approved multiviscosity oil for the 120 grade.
  • For Technical Assistance or for product availability call 1-800-766-0050.
Phillips Meets Industry Standards
  • Meets FAA requirements
  • Meets these engine manufacturers requirements:
    • Avco Lycoming Material Specification No. 301G
    • Pratt & Whitney Bulletin #1183 "U"
    • Teledyne Continental Material Specification MHS-24B
  • Passes major aircraft engine manufacturers 150 hour type tests
  • Meets military specification MIL-22851-D for additive treatments (X/C and Type A)
  • QPL-J1899
    • DO7L1 - 50 (Type A)
    • DO7L1 - 20W-50 (X/C)
    • DO7L1 - 25W-60 (X/C)
Typical Properties:
Values are representitive of current production

Stock Number 48250 --------------- 48260
SAE Grade 20W-50 ---------- 25W-60
API Gravity 29.7 --------------- 28.7
Flash point, COC, C (F) 245 (473) ---------- 260 (500)
Pour point, C (F) -34 (-29) ---------- -29 (-20)
Foam Test Pass --------------- Pass
Neutralization Number 0.15 --------------- 0.15
Copper Corrosion Pass --------------- Pass
cP @ -15 C (cold crank) 5372---------- 8018(-10C)
cSt @ 40 C 161 --------------- 245
cSt @ 100 C 19.5 --------------- 24.3
Viscosity Index 142 --------------- 125
Color 2.5 --------------- 3.5
Ash Nil --------------- Nil






Aviation Antirust Oil (SAE 20W-50)

Application and Description
  • Phillips 66 Antirust oil is used in preserving aircraft engines. Has been used by airframe manufacturers for many years as a "Fly Away Oil" for new or rebuilt aircraft engines expected to sit idle for extended periods.
  • Operational hours should not exceed 25.
  • May be used as a "break-in" oil if desired. We recommend only 10 hours operational time when used this way.
  • Approvals: MIL-C-6529C, MIL-L-6082E (Base Oil), SAE J1966
Typical Properties:
Values are representitive of current production

Product Code 62830
SAE Grade 20W-50
API Gravity 28.9
Flash Point, COC, C (F) 226 (439)
Pour Point, C (F) -26 (-15)
Viscosities  
cSt @ 40 C (104 F) 176.6
cSt @ 100 C (212 F) 19.3
cp @ -10 C (cold crank) 3,960
Viscosity Index 125






Aviation Piston Engine Oil, Type M (20W-50)

Application and Description
  • Petroleum non-additive (straight mineral) oils intended for use in aircraft piston engines where operator prefers continued use of all mineral oil.
  • This oil offers improved cold temperature starting, quick lubrication plus a full body oil for high temperature, high load operation.
  • Base Oil is of the MIL-L-6082 type and contains a very shear stable viscosity index improver.
  • Recommended as the break-in oil for newly overhauled aircraft engines (normally accomplished in 25 to 50 hours of operation.
  • Is compatible with all other mineral and ashless dispersant petroleum base oils approved for piston aircraft.
Phillips Meets Industry Standards
  • Meets FAA requirements for MIL 6082 aviation oil
  • Passes major aircraft engine manufacturers 150 hour type tests
  • QPL-J1966-1
  • NO6L1-20W-50 (Type M)
Typical Properties:
Values are representitive of current production

Product Code 48780
PI Gravity 29.7
Flash Point, COC, C (F) 245 (473)
Pour Point, C (F) -34 (-29)
Foam Test Pass
Neutralization Number 0.15
Copper Corrosion Pass
cP @ -10C (+14F) (cold crank) 3000
cSt @ 40 C 161
cSt @ 100 C 19.5
Viscosity Index 142
Color 2.5
Ash Nil






Baltic Oils

Application and Description
Baltics are high quality, severely hydrotreated naphthenic pale oils, which have low carbon residues and low pour points. Because of their low pour points, they are particularly suited for low ambient temperature applications. Recommended for use in industrial refrigeration compressors handling ammonia or carbon dioxide. The use of Baltic in this application has been quite extensive both at the present and past throughout the industry. Baltic Oils are treated with Rust and Oxidation inhibitors to provide superior protection for R&O.

Recommended in the ISO 68 viscosity grade as a "smoke oil" for exhibition flying in all kinds of aircraft.

Typical Properties:
Values are representitive of current production

ISO Grade 32..............................68
Product Code(s) 81530................81550
Appearance Light Pale.................--
Gravity, API 23.6.......................21.1
Flash, COC F 320.........................350
Pour Pt., F (max) -30...........................-21
Visc., cSt at 40 C 32-35..............62.5-70
cSt at 100 C  
SUS at 100 F 150-165...........290-325
SUS at 210 F  
Viscosity Index 40..............................43
Carbon Residue, % 2.0............................3.0
Color  






Type A 100AD Piston Engine Aricraft Oil (Grade 50)

Application and Description
  • Type A 100AD & 120AD are premium single grade ashless dispersant oils for opposed piston aircraft engines.
  • Can be used in aircraft requiring SAE 50 (Commercial Grade 100) or SAE 60 (Commercial Grade 120) respectively.
  • Same superior additive chemistry used in X/C Aviation Oil.
  • Formulated with an ashless dispersant for cleaner engine operation.
  • High quality base oil for superior film strength.
  • Premium oil for pilots and rebuilders preferring a single grade oil.
  • Provides a clean and quick break-in.
  • Phillips Meets Industry Standards
Meets FAA requirements
  • Meets these engine manufacturers requirements:
    • Avco Lycoming Material Specification No. 301G
    • Pratt & Whitney Bulletin #1183 "U"
    • Teledyne Continental Material Specification MHS-24B
  • Passes major aircraft engine manufacturers 150 hour type tests
  • Meets military specification MIL-L-22851-D for additive treatments (X/C and Type A)
  • QPL-J1899
    • D07L1 - 50 (Type A)
    • D07L1 - 20W-50 (X/C)
    • DO7L1 - 25W-60 (X/C)
Typical Properties:
Values are representitive of current production

Product Code 48270
SAE Grade 50
API Gravity 28.8
Flash Point, COC, C (F) 260 (500)
Fire Point, C (F) 285 (545)
Pour Point, C (F) -30 (-22)
cSt @40 C 200.2
cSt @ 100 C 20
Viscosity Index 115
Trace Ash, % Nil
Neutralization Number 0.15
Foam Test Pass
Copper Corrosion Pass






Type A 120AD Piston Engine Aricraft Oil (Grade 60)

Application and Description
  • Type A 100AD & 120AD are premium single grade ashless dispersant oils for opposed piston aircraft engines.
  • Can be used in aircraft requiring SAE 50 (Commercial Grade 100) or SAE
  • 60 (Commercial Grade 120) respectively.
  • Same superior additive chemistry used in X/C Aviation Oil.
  • Formulated with an ashless dispersant for cleaner engine operation.
  • High quality base oil for superior film strength.
  • Premium oil for pilots and rebuilders preferring a single grade oil.
  • Provides a clean and quick break-in.
Phillips Meets Industry Standards
  • Meets FAA requirements
  • Meets these engine manufacturers requirements:
    • Avco Lycoming Material Specification No. 301G
    • Pratt & Whitney Bulletin #1183 "U"
  • Teledyne Continental Material Specification MHS-24B
  • Passes major aircraft engine manufacturers 150 hour type tests
  • Meets military specification MIL-L-22851-D (obsolete) for additive treatments (X/C and Type A)
  • QPL-J1899
    • DO7L1 - 50 (Type A)
    • DO7L1 - 60 (Type A)
    • D07L1 - 20W-50 (X/C)
    • D07L1 - 25W-60 (X/C)
Typical Properties:
Values are representitive of current production

Product Code 48070
SAE Grade 60
API Gravity 28.4
Flash Point, COC, C (F) 264 (507)
Fire Point, C (F) 289 (552)
Pour Point, C (F) -30 (-22)
cSt @40 C 249
cSt @ 100 C 23.07
Viscosity Index 114
Trace Ash, % Nil
Neutralization Number <0.05
Foam Test Pass
Copper Corrosion Pass