Sale Skydrol LD-4
There is no approved reclamation system or any known ractical technology to reclaim Skydrol fluids for return to aircraft hydraulic system usage. It is therefore recommended that the waste fluid be disposed of by approved disposal methods in accordance with federal, state and local guidelines.
Presently, the most universally accepted practice is incineration. Decontamination of Skydrol fluid for use on ground equipment is sometimes practiced. Equipment is available which can effectively remove excess water, chlorinated cleaning solvents and particulates. It is noted that this procedure does not improve fluid which has become acidic or which is deficient in performance additives.
Skydrol fluids are approved by all airframe manufacturers specifying phosphate ester hydraulic fluids including:
• Airbus Industrie NSA307110
• Boeing Commercial Airplane Co. BMS3-11
• McDonnell Douglas Corp. DMS2014
• Lockheed Aircraft Corp. LAC C-34-1224
• Society of Automotive Engineers AS1241
• British Aerospace BAC M.333.B
• Bombardier BAMS 564-003
Many business aircraft manufacturers utilize one or more of these material specifications.
Business aircraft manufacturers that have designed aircraft models for use with phosphate ester fluids include:
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Product Highlight Skydrol / SkyKleen / MCS 352B
* Materials Compatibility
* Fluid In-Service Quality Limits
* Shelf Life, Storage and Handling
* Safety and Emergency Procedures
* Fluid Performance
* Permeation Testing
* Factors Affecting Glove Selection Permeation
* Heaiht & Safety
Skydrol® fire resistant hydraulic fluids may cause intense pain on exposure to the eye and its associated membranes. Despite the pain they may cause, toxicological testing and our experience both indicate that Skydrol fluids do not damage the eye.
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