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Food safe chain oils for increased OEE

02 March 2018

METALUBE has launched its next generation food safe NSF registered high performance chain oils. The new products are designed to increase overall equipment effectiveness (OEE). 

The ranges promises higher thermal stability, reduced carbon and varnish deposits and optimised performance enhancing additives. The range has been formulated using the latest generation of synthetic base oils, anti-oxidants and anti-wear additives to meet the increasing demands of chains in all food production environments.

The Metachain Food Grade range comprises:

FG-30, an NSF-H1 registered food safe ester based chain oil capable of operating from -30°C to +300°C. Next generation oils designed for travelling bakery ovens, rolling hotplates etc. At 220cst it is well suited to automated lubrication systems.

FG-35, also NSF-H1 registered food safe ester based chain oil capable of operating from -30°C to +300°C. 390cst for application where thicker viscosity oil is required.

FG-40, an NSF-H2 registered food safe ester based chain oil capable of operating from -30°C to +300°C. 100cst for where food contact does not occur.

FG-45, an NSF-H2 registered food safe ester based chain oil capable of operating from -30°C to +300°C. 280cst for larger pitch chains where food contact does not occur e.g. Hydrostats and large conveyors.

www.metalube.co.uk


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