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Lubriplate FGL Series

 


 Return to Food Grade Lubricants Department

LUBRIPLATE FGL Greases have been formulated to meet the increased demands of the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. The trend towards NSF H-1 Registered* products to replace H-2 products has meant a great deal of research and testing to improve the capabilities of lubricants with incidental food contact. LUBRIPLATE FGL greases are the result of these new demands.

Advantages

  • Formulated with clear water-white, non-toxic, USP white oils that comply with FDA
    Regulation 21 CFR 172.878.

  • Formulated with ingredients that comply with FDA regulation 21 CFR 178.3570 for
    lubricants with incidental food contact.

  • Unique thickener combination resists oil bleed problems often encountered using conventional food grade lubricants.

  • Longer lasting film allows less lubricant usage and extended re-greasing intervals.

  • Excellent stability helps retard softening of grease during high shear mechanical action
    often experienced in high speed filling and packaging machinery.

  • High temperature stability and oxidation resistance.

  • Excellent resistance to water washout.
     

Statement of Usage:
“These compounds may be used on food, beverage and pharmaceutical processing and packaging equipment as a protective antirust film, as a release agent on gaskets or seals of tank closures and as a lubricant for machine parts and equipment in locations in which there is potential exposure of the lubricated part to food, beverage, pharmaceutical and related packaging equipment. The amount used should be the minimum required to accomplish the desired technical effect on the equipment.”