ExxonMobil breaks new ground with food grade lube

By Rod Addy

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ExxonMobil breaks new ground with food grade lubricants
ExxonMobil has expanded the range of its food grade lubricants that have won ISO 22000 accreditation.

ExxonMobil Fuels, Lubricants & Specialities Marketing Company, which is based in Virginia and a division of Exxon Mobil Corporation, said the products offered exceptional equipment protection even under demanding operating conditions.

The factory obtaining the accreditation makes National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) H1-registered lubes.

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They include Mobil DTE FM Series Mobil DTE FM Series high-performance hydraulic gear and bearing lubricants, Mobil SHC Polyrex Series synthetic greases and Mobilgrease FM Series multi-purpose greases.

The firm claims that the accreditation breaks new ground. “We are thrilled to be the only lubricant manufacturer to have NSF H1-registered lubricants produced in ISO 22000 certified facilities,”​ said Yan Cote, global business development advisor for ExxonMobil Fuels & Lubricants.

‘Supporting food safety assurance objectives’

“This certification demonstrates our ongoing commitment to supporting our customers’ food safety assurance objectives,” ​he added.

Last year, facilities manufacturing the company’s Mobil SHC Cibus Series family of hydraulic, gear and air compressor lubricants with energy efficiency benefits – suitable for Kosher and Halal applications - also won ISO 22000 accreditation.

These lubes are suitable for use in applications associated with meat, dairy, baked goods, beverage, brewery, pet food, sugar, pharmaceutical and grain processing.

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