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Frequently asked questions of MX3FG

What does NSF approved mean?

The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) is an independent, non-profit making organisation. The NSF H1 standard is globally accepted as confirming the food grade lubricant is safe for use in applications where incidental food contact may occur.

H1 – Acceptable for use where there is incidental food contact.

H2 – Acceptable for use where there is no possibility of food contact.

H3 – Acceptable for use as a soluble oil

HT1 – Acceptable for use as a heat transfer fluid where this is possibility of incidental food contact

3H – Acceptable for use as a release agent on hard surface in direct contact with meat and poultry

Can INOX-MX3FG come in contact with Food?

Yes, the NSF H1 approval allows “incidental contact with food”.

Is the INOX-MX3FG the same as the original formula?

No, the formula is similar but needs to be different to comply with the NSF guideline’s.