Lubrication Engineers Inc
When it comes to food, beverage and pharmaceutical applications, Lubrication Engineers food grade oil and food grade grease can play a significant role in preventing costly damage brought on by severe operating conditions. There high-performance food grade greases and oils are registered NSF H1 for incidental food contact, certified Kosher Pareve, and certified Halal by IFANCA – making them suitable for use in food manufacturing plants.
Regardless of load, temperature, environment and speed, LE has a suitable food machinery lubricant solution for your facility. Some of LE’s food machinery lubricants are additive-free USP-grade white mineral oils, while others contain our exclusive additive Quinplex that imparts various qualities to our food machinery lubricants, including impact resistance, wear reduction, and increased oil film strength.
There formulation of food grade greases and oils have been used in food manufacturing operations for years to provide dependable reliable operation. Typical applications where our customers have used LE’s food grade lubricants include blenders, bottle washers, cams, conveyors, gearboxes, slides, conveyer chains, cookers, bottling machines, packaging equipment, valves, hydraulics, canning machines, bushings and more.
H1 Quinplex® White Oil
NSF H1 certified for food processing equipment. Nonfoaming. For use where incidental food contact may occur or a clean, nonstaining lubricant is required
H1 Quinplex® Penetrating Oil
Food grade penetrating oil quickly dissolves rust and frees frozen parts. Penetrates and leaves heavy film for lubrication and corrosion protection. NSF H1 certified for food processing equipment. Certified Kosher-Pareve. Contains Quinplex.
H1 Quinplex® White Gear oil
Recommended for a variety of gearboxes and other critical applications in food and beverage manufacturing facilities.
H1 White Utility Oil
Food and USP grade white mineral oil containing no addictives. NSF H1 certified for general lubrication where incidental food contract may occur.