SKF Introduces Food-grade Lubricants

Noria news wires

SKF recently expanded its portfolio of food-grade lubricants with a range of specially formulated solutions developed for safe use in the food and beverage industry.

The newly introduced lubricants are approved to NSF and USDA H1 standards and are intended to deliver lubrication properties to resist wear, friction, corrosion and oxidation in critical asset applications.

The lubricants can also support hazardous analysis and critical control point (HACCP) processes to contribute toward improved safety in applications plant-wide.

The expanded range of food-grade lubricants includes LGFP 2 general-purpose grease, LGFD 2 high-load grease, LGFS 00 general-purpose grease, LGFT 2 high-temperature grease, LGFC 1 low-temperature grease, LFFM 80 high-moisture chain oil, LHFP 150 general-purpose chain oil, LFFT 220 high-temperature chain oil, LDTS 1 dry-film lubricant, LFFH 46 hydraulic oil, LFFH 68 hydraulic oil, LFFG 220 gear oil and LFFG 320 gear oil.

The entire line of food-grade lubricants is designed to help equip food and beverage processors with the capabilities to enhance asset performance and achieve food safety.

SKF also offers a complete spectrum of lubrication-related products and expertise for the food and beverage industry, including manual lubrication techniques, automatic lubrication systems and relubrication-free technologies.

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