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Food Grade Silicone Lubricant w/Detex , 16 oz. Aerosol Can
- Item # 19C657
- Mfr. Model # 01716
- UNSPSC # 15121526
- Catalog Page # 3063
- Shipping Weight 0.85 lbs.
- Item Food Grade Silicone Lubricant w/Detex(TM)
- Size 16 oz.
- Container Type Aerosol Can
- Base Liquid
- Color Clear
- Temp. Range -40 Degrees to 392 Degrees F
- Flash Point Greater Than1.4 Degrees F
- Dielectric Strength Not Specified
- VOC Content 0.96%
- Specific Gravity 0.64 to 0.66
- Metal Detectable Yes
- Application Casters, Chutes, Conveyors, Food Racks, Guards, Guide Rails, Plastic Gears, Plastic Rollers, Rings, Rubber Mountings, Seals, Slides
- Standards NSF Registered 113815, Category Code H1, FDA Regulation 21 CFR 178.3570 for Incidental Food Contact
- Net Weight 10 oz.
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - Other Regulated Material
This item is restricted for international sale.
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