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Cortec laboratories introduces food grade lubricant for food manufacturers

FBR Staff Writer Published 03 May 2013

Anticorrosion products manufacturer Cortec laboratories has introduced CorrLube Food Grade Penetrant, a non-toxic, lubricating oil, which can be used on equipment where incidental contact with food may occur.

According to the company, CorrLube Food Grade Penetrant has a low surface tension on the water-oil-metal-air interfaces, which provides complete surface coverage and water displacement.

It contains contains an H-1 approved bacteriostatic preservative, which slows down the growth of bacteria mostly present in conventional lubricants used in food and beverage processing plants.

The product penetrates quickly to free rusted or corroded fasteners and facilitates easy operation of air-actuated pins and guides as well as serves as an anti-corrosion film on equipment during idle periods.

CorrLube Food Grade Penetrant can be applied on machinery where contact with food can occur as well as federally inspected meat and poultry plants, beverage, and other food processing facilities.