FMP 143-1063 Food Grade Grease
The FMP 143-1063 Food Grade Grease is an essential lubricant for food processing and foodservice equipment. This high-quality, NSF-certified grease is designed to provide excellent lubrication and protection against wear and tear in food-grade equipment, such as mixers, slicers, and other machinery. The grease is made with a high-quality synthetic base oil that is resistant to oxidation, thermal breakdown, and water washout, providing long-lasting protection against friction and wear.
One of the key benefits of the FMP 143-1063 Food Grade Grease is its ability to maintain its performance under high pressure and extreme temperatures. This makes it ideal for use in demanding food processing environments, where equipment is subjected to heavy loads and extreme conditions. Additionally, the grease is safe to use with most plastics and rubbers commonly used in food processing equipment, ensuring compatibility and preventing damage to seals and gaskets.
The FMP 143-1063 Food Grade Grease is also easy to apply and clean, thanks to its smooth and clean texture. This helps to prevent contamination of food products and ensures that equipment stays clean and hygienic. It is also non-toxic, odorless, and tasteless, making it safe for use in food processing and foodservice applications.
Investing in the FMP 143-1063 Food Grade Grease ensures the longevity and reliability of food processing equipment, as well as maintaining the safety and quality of the food produced. It is a cost-effective solution that provides excellent lubrication and protection against wear and tear, while also ensuring that the equipment and food remain safe and hygienic.
- Food Grade Grease
- Petrol Gel
- Used in the dairy industry and soft serve machines
- It extends equipment life and cut maintenance costs
- Ideal for Food Service Equipment
- Odorless, tasteless and non-toxic
- Impervious to water
- Will not taint
- USDA rated H-1
- -15° to 210°F
- Certification: FDA
- Capacity: 4 oz.
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