Don't wait until you're in the air to learn just how fire-resistant your hydraulic fluid is. With Skydrol 500B-4 Fire-Resistant Hydraulic Fluid from SkyGeek, you'll know you're safe. Eastman Skydrol 500B-4 Fire-Resistant Hydraulic Fluid is designed to deliver superior performance along with topnotch safety. Skydrol has been testing their flame-resistant hydraulic fluid for decades, and they're experts in the field, so you can order with confidence. Skydrol 500B-4 Hydraulic Fluid is tested as a high-pressure spray, which is the most flammable form. Through rigorous testing, the company is able to accurately predict how the fluid will react when it comes in contact with a fire source or hot manifold. Skydrol 500B-4 Hydraulic Fluid has the longest history in the brand's line of products, enduring thorough testing and experiencing periodic refinements. It is now the industry standard for phosphate ester fluids.
Skydrol 500B-4 Fire-Resistant Hydraulic Fluid from SkyGeek is made with safety in mind. It is recommended for all types of ground equipment, even the type that is used for heavy lifting. The unique formula is not only resistant to fire and other stresses, it's also less irritating to the skin, so it's safer for workers to be around. Skydrol 500B-4 is the smart choice when you need high performance along with a great degree of safety. The hydraulic fluid is sold by SkyGeek and comes in a wide range of container sizes, so you can order a little bit or a lot and enjoy the comfort of knowing your aircraft and maintenance equipment will be safe in virtually any conditions. Add a manufacturer's certification to your order for a small additional cost and have the proper paperwork on hand for inspections and compliance. For questions about this product or any of the other aviation parts and consumables we carry, feel free to reach out to our team of Geeks and they'll be happy to help.
- Recommended by manufacturer for ground equipment without weight and lift considerations
- More worker-friendly that other products - less irritating to skin and respiratory system if spray becomes airborne
- Contains anti-erosion additive and acid scavenger
- Frequently used in workshops and other indoor environments
- Skydrol 500 series first introduced in 1952