Phillips 66 Food Machinery Oil 68

Phillips 66 Food Machinery Oil 68

PRICE:
$931.92
SKU:
1074053
WEIGHT:
0.00 LBS


Phillips 66 Food Machinery Oil ISO VG 68

Phillips 66 Food Machinery Oil 68 is a premium quality, ashless, food-grade lubricant specially developed for use in hydraulic systems, rotary air compressors, lightly to moderately loaded enclosed gear drives and other machinery in food processing and beverage plants. It is registered by NSF International as H1 lubricants for use where incidental food contact may occur, and also as H2 lubricants for use in applications where there is no chance for incidental food contact. Phillips 66 Food Machinery Oil 68 is certified as meeting Canadian Food Inspection Agency requirements for use in federally registered food plants, and also are certified Kosher and Pareve.

Phillips 66 Food Machinery Oil 68 Application:

  • Food processing equipment in bakeries, canneries, meat packing plants and bottling plants
  • Hydraulic systems, circulating oil systems and rotary air compressors (typically, ISO VG 68 and lighter)
  • Lightly to moderately loaded enclosed industrial gear drives that do not require a compounded or extreme-pressure (EP) gear oil (typically, ISO VG 100 and heavier)
  • Air tools and other pneumatic equipment lubricated through air line lubricators
  • Chain drives
  • Deep well water pumps
  • Equipment on offshore oil platforms

Phillips 66 Food Machinery Oil 68 meets the following specifications:

  • Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) requirements for use in federally registered food plants (incidental food contact registered)
  • FDA 21 CFR 178.3570 for incidental food contact
  • Certified Kosher and Pareve
  • NSF International H1 and former 1998 USDA H1 guidelines for incidental food contact (Registration Nos. 137567, 137568, 137569, 140092, 140093)
  • NSF International H2 and former 1998 USDA H2 guidelines for use with no chance of incidental food contact
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