ExxonMobil has designed a synthetic lubricant which works effectively even in extreme temperatures and can be used to produce products free of nut, wheat and gluten in addition to being compliant with Kosher and Halal dietary regulations.
The Mobil SHC Cibus series of food-safe lubricants has been engineered with advanced synthetic base stocks. The low internal friction even helps to reduce energy costs according to worm gear bench tests in which Mobil SHC Cibus demonstrated up to 3% efficiency improvement when compared with mineral oils.
ExxonMobil also says that Mobil SHC Cibus 46 can last up to twice as long as conventional non-NSF H1 registered mineral-based hydraulic oils, while maintaining a high degree of cleanliness. Long life and clean systems can reduce the costs and risks associated with frequent oil changes, component failures and unplanned downtime.
"Today, food and beverage processors are constantly challenged to find ways to boost productivity while also maintaining strict food safety standards" explains Peter Bird, Food Industry Advisor at ExxonMobil Lubricants and Petroleum Specialties Company. "We engineered the new Mobil SHC Cibus Series by leveraging our vast application expertise to formulate a premium lubricant solution that can help provide food and beverage manufacturers with a competitive advantage."
For information on Mobil SHC lubricants from WP Industrial, please contact the Sales Team or call us on 0800 980 6172.
The WP Group, headquartered near Southampton in Hampshire, is a leading independent distributor of fuels and lubricants, with a £160m annual turnover and employing 70 people.
Based at Wessex House, Cadland Road, Hardley, Hythe, WP offers a complete portfolio of products and bespoke service solutions across each of its eight trading divisions - Industrial, Aviation, Agricultural, Heating, Automotive, Commercial, Motorsport and Marine.
WP, located by Fawley Oil Refinery, has a 50-year heritage and is the supplier and support specialist of choice to thousands of businesses.
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