Food-Grade Lubricants suit food processing machinery.

Press Release Summary:

Nevastane® EP extreme pressure oils are offered with viscosities of 100, 150, 220, 320, 460, and 1,000. White oil based lubricants provide oxidation and rust protection as well as water separation. Non-toxic oils resist food acids and alkalis and are NSF H-1 Registered as part of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point System. Lubricants are used in gear reducers, worm gears, bearings, and air compressors.

Original Press Release:

Keystone Lubricants Introduces New Nevastane Food-Grade Lubricants for Gears, Bearings, Compressors

Linden, NJ, ( August 29, 2003): The higher load protection required for today's food processing machinery is provided by Keystone Lubricants' Nevastane® EP "extreme pressure" lubricants, now offered in more viscosities. These white oil based lubricants are used in gear reducers, worm gears and bearings in all types of equipment found in food processing plants. They also are highly effective for reciprocating air compressors and other machinery, including Angelus sanitary can closing machines.

In addition to extreme pressure protection, these clear, water white Nevastane EP oils provide oxidation and rust protection along with excellent water separation. Non-toxic, they resist food acids and alkalis.

Nevastane EP Oils are NSF H-1 Registered as part of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point System (HACCP). On the Keystone web site can be found detailed property tables, including NSF registration codes, for all Nevastane Food-Grade Lubricants, along with MSDS sheets.

Nevastane EP Oils are now offered in viscosities of 100, 150, 220,320, 460 and 1000, and are available in 5-gallon pails, 55-gallon drums, and totes.

For nearest distributors, worldwide, or for a material safety data sheet, log onto or phone Keystone Lubricants, 800-344-2241, extension 3166 for sales or distributor inquiries, or extension 3172 for technical support. The Keystone staff can advise on product application questions and cross references.

Also included on the web site is a self-training module covering the technology of petroleum lubrication.

Since 1884, Keystone Lubricants has been a major developer and producer of industrial, food-grade, air compressor, metalworking and specialty lubricants. In recent years, they introduced the revolutionary SafeGard(TM) spray lubricants, the first industrial aerosol lubricant that requires no propellant gases.

The parent company of Keystone Lubricants is Total (formerly TOTAL FINA ELF), one of the largest petroleum products producers in the world. Total is a certified ISO 9001:2000 company. Keystone is a member of The Food Processing Machinery & Supplies Association and other groups related to the food processing industry. Keystone Lubricants' headquarters and plant is located at 5 North Stiles St., Linden, NJ 07036.


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