Shell Spirax S6 AXME 80W-140 Synthetic, Multipurpose Gear Lubricant - 5 Gallon
Featuring high film and shear strength, Shell Spirax S6 AXME 80W-140 is a fully synthetic, multipurpose gear lubricant formulated for API GL-G type heavy duty differentials. Ideal for fleets commonly operating in extreme weather, the Shell axle, 5 gallon, lubricant's synthetic formula provides maximum protection in a wide range of temperatures, and its low temperature properties provide oil fluidity, even at sub-zero conditions. The Shell Spirax Synthetic 80W-140 lubricant also separates easily from water and is compatible with other MIL-L-2105D or MIL- PRF-2105E lubricants. Synthetic formula provides maximum protection over a wide range of temperatures. Separates readily from water.
Outstanding thermal stability especially in applications where heat, wear and extended drain intervals contribute to severe service. High film strength and excellent shear stability. Excellent low temperature properties promote oil flow to help protect gears and bearings even at sub-zero temperatures. Synthetic formula provides maximum protection over a wide range of temperatures. Separates readily from water. Compatible with other MIL-L-2105D or MIL- PRF-2105E quality gear lubricants.
Shell Spirax S6 AXME 80W-140 is a fully synthetic, multipurpose, heavy-duty gear lubricant specifically designed for heavy duty differentials that call for an API GL-5 type
Main Applications Heavy duty differentials.
All applications normally lubricated by automotive gear oil such as rear wheel bearings, manual steering gears and universal joints calling for an SAE 80W-140 grade.
Transfer cases for automobiles, light and heavy-duty trucks, farm equipment and heavy construction equipment calling for SAE 80W-140 or 85W-140 grades.
Industrial gear applications where extreme pressure oils with excellent low and high temperature properties are required.
Differentials used in conjunction with Eaton and Meritor extended warranties calling for an SAE 80W-140 grade.
Manual transmissions where the manufacturer specifies a GL-5 oil of SAE 80W-140 or 85W-140 grades.
- Dana Specification SHAES 429 Rev. A
- Mack GO-J ArvinMeritor Specification O76-B (standard drain), O76-Q and R (extended drain)
- SAE J2360
- Harnischfeger (P&H) 474
- International Truck and Engine TMS 6816
- API Classifications GL-5 and MT-1
- General Electric D50E9C
- US Military MIL-PRF-2105E
- U.S. Steel Specification 224
- American Gear Manufacturers (AGMA) Standard 250.03
For a full listing of equipment approvals and recommendations, please consult your local Shell Technical Helpdesk, or the OEM Approvals website.