Modern seaming machines are designed to achieve high production speeds in order to meet the requirements of the leading beverage companies. However, increased mechanical stresses and the effects of different beverages on components can compromise the performance and the lifetime of mechanical parts.
High-performance seaming oils are required to ensure the lowest maintenance efforts and achieve maximum machine reliability at your production site. Based on a modern base oil concept and a highly efficient additive package, Klüberfood NH1 M 4 N oils show reduced formation of residues and sludge. Thus they support you as an operating company in improving the efficiency of your production process.
Water, beverages and foodstuffs can contaminate the oil circulation system, which is why the lubricating fluid needs to be regularly circulated through a filter. The formulation of Klüberfood NH1 M 4 .. N enables the oil to perform its critical function of creating a lubricating film on the component surfaces even in the presence of water or beverages.
The product is designed to quickly separate from contaminants in the oil reservoir so they can be more easily removed.
Klüberfood NH1 M 4-100, -150, -220 N oils are NSF H1 registered and therefore comply with FDA 21 CFR § 178.3570. The lubricants were developed for incidental contact with products and packaging materials in the food-processing, cosmetics, pharmaceutical or animal feed industries. The use of Klüberfood NH1 M 4-100, -150, -220 N oils can contribute to increase the reliability of your production processes. Nevertheless we recommend conducting an additional risk analysis, e.g. HACCP.
Benefits for your application
Compliance with the highest food safety standards due to NSF H1 registration
Reduced formation of sludge and increased oil lifetime due to excellent oxidation stability and modern oil technology
Increased component lifetime due to good corrosion protection also in corrosive media
Excellent wear protection
Efficient and quick separation from water and beverages in the oil reservoir