Turbine Oils
Regal® SGT 22
Turbine Oils
Regal® SGT 22

Regal® SGT 22 is designed for use in modified aviation type gas turbines in non-aviation stationary applications such as industrial power generation and marine service. Regal SGT 22 is formulated with synthetic polyol ester base fluids in combination with an advanced additive design offering high temperature system protection and oxidation resistance.

Typical Characteristics
Acid No., mg KOH/g
Pour Point, °C
Flash point COC, °C
Kinematic viscosity at -40°C, mm²/s
Kinematic viscosity at 40°C, mm²/s
Kinematic viscosity at 100°C, mm²/s
Recommended Uses

Regal SGT 22 is recommended for aero derivative gas turbines exposed to severe operating environments in non-aviation applications such as industrial power generation, gas transmission and marine propulsion.

Regal® SGT 22 Is Approved For:

U.S. Military Specification MIL-PRF-23699G, Class STD

General Electric LM Series Aeroderivitive Turbines

Siemens (Allison) 501K

Siemens (Rolls Royce) Avon, Olympus, Tyne and Spey models

Siemens (Rolls Royce) RB 211 Gas Turbines

Regal® SGT 22 Is Recommended For Use In:

Turbomeca Makila TL

Performance Benefits

1. Long Service Life

Good oxidation and thermal stability of the synthetic ester base fluid and special additive system helps resist oil breakdown under severe high temperature and high load conditions. The low volatility of the synthetic polyolester helps minimize evaporative losses.

2. Minimal Maintenance and Downtime

Minimal coking tendency of the synthetic ester base fluid and additive system helps minimize deposit formation on bearings and other areas exposed to the heat of the hot gases. High load carrying capacity helps ensure protection against wear. The oil is compatible with normal engine and accessory metallic construction materials and elastomeric sealing compounds.

3. All-Temperature Performance

Viscosity-temperature characteristics of the synthetic ester help promote low temperature fluidity to facilitate starting at low temperatures, while helping to ensure that an effective lubricant film is available under the most severe, high temperature conditions to protect.