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Non-Toxic, Food Grade, NSF-H1 Registered, Dry PTFE Spray

December, 2012

Non-Toxic, Food Grade, NSF-H1 Registered,
New Multi-Purpose Dry Film Lubricant Approved for Use in “Clean Industry” Applications; Meets FDA Requirements for Incidental Food Contact

 Bel-Ray No-Tox Food Grade Dry PTFE Spray — a new multi-purpose, dry film lubricant in a convenient aerosol form — has been NSF-H1 approved for use in “clean industry” applications.

Bel-Ray No-Tox Food Grade Dry PTFE Spray

            This new No-Tox Food Grade Dry PTFE Spray is fortified with Polytetrafluoroethylene, a synthetic fluoropolymer of tetrafluoroethylene, which offers one of the lowest coefficients of friction against a solid surface. It is designed for “incidental contact” lubrication applications in the following industries:

  • Food processing
  • Food preparation
  • Pharmaceutical processing
  • Personal care processing
  • Other industries requiring “clean” applications.

The user-friendly formula does not affect plastic or painted surfaces, while also being non-toxic, non-corrosive and non-irritating. It offers superior dry film lubrication that remains water-resistant after application. Uses include lubrication of bearings, slide ways, conveyors, cams, hinges and other locations where a clean, durable, long-lasting film is required.

            Safe for industries where molybdenum and graphite are not allowed, No-Tox Food Grade Dry PTFE Spray meets NSF-H1 and FDA requirements for incidental food contact. It is recognized as compliant under the Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) criteria established in California’s Consumer Products Regulation by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the proposed VOC limits by the Ozone Transport Commission (OTC) for lubricants classified as “Dry Lubricant”.

            “We’re pleased to add this product to our portfolio of food grade lubricants,” said Jennifer Liquori, Chief Operating Officer at Bel-Ray. “This new No-Tox Food Grade Dry PTFE Spray will not only reduce friction and wear in ‘clean industry’ machinery, but will also help to decrease the energy consumption of this same equipment.”