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LUBRIPLATE Bio-Based Series Hydraulic Oils & LUBRIPLATE Biodegradable Penetrating Oil were recently renewed as USDA Certified Biobased.
SYNXTREME FRH1-46 is an FM Approved, high performance hydraulic fluid designed for demanding industrial and food processing applications requiring fire resistance, and excellent anti-wear properties over wide temperature ranges. This product complies with CFR 21, section 178.3570.
LUBRIPLATE Clearplex is a Zinc-Free, Aluminum Complex thickened, USP White Oil-based, food grade grease manufactured for use on O-Rings, Gaskets and Assembly Pre-Lube for Food Processing Machinery.
An Environmentally Acceptable Lubricant (EAL) designed to protect your vessel, your equipment and the environment..
Lubriplate Lubricants Co. is now GHS compliant....
Food Grade Lubricants have been a part of industrial lubrication since the early 1960s. They were first introduced and used in the United States market. Since their initial development, there have been great high technological advancements with research, development, introduction and use of food grade lubricants.
The food industry is one of the largest and most diverse industries in the world and is the best example of industry globalization. Major factors influencing this trend are....
LUBRIPLATE NSF/H-1 Registered Food Machinery Lubricants Achieve ISO 21469 Certification
When you are looking for a NSF/H-1 Registered(pending), 100% Synthetic Polyglycolester (PGE) Biodegradable Air Compressor Fluid...
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100% ester based synthetic fluids specifically designed for use on oven chains in food manufacturing operations where incidental food contact is a possibility...