JAX FGH AW ISO 32 (Pail)

SKU# JAX50032-005

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Food-grade Hydraulic Oil, anti-wear hydraulic fluid. ISO VG 32. H-1 rated for incidental food contact. These compounded food-grade hydraulic oils were developed to satisfy several lubrication requirements in modern food-processing environments. These oils contain an effective combination of anti-wear agents and rust inhibitors that provide performance advantages over non-compounded white oils. Will extend the life and lubrication intervals of costly equipment.

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JAX FGH-AW Series food-grade hydraulic fluids are compounded with advanced additive technologies to provide superior performance over competitive food-grade hydraulic oils. They contain proprietary, optimized combinations of anti-wear agents, rust inhibitors, and polymeric viscosity improvers that provide outstanding long-term wear advantages over other food-grade hydraulic oils, while their robust antioxidant chemistry ensures deposit-free operation.

JAX FGH-AW Series oils are shear-stable, long-life lubricants based on high quality, USP white mineral base oils. The proprietary anti-wear additive blend prevents wear in high-speed, high-pressure vane and gear pumps while meeting the lubrication requirements of axial piston pumps having bronze-on-steel metallurgy. JAX FGH-AW Series oils are designed for long life and typically reduce maintenance cost by extending drain intervals and reducing labor associated with repairs, downtime, and change-outs.

This product is acceptable as a lubricant with incidental food contact (H1) for use in and around food processing areas. Such compounds may be used on food processing equipment as a protective anti-rust film, as a release agent on gaskets or seals of tank closures, and as a lubricant for machine parts and equipment in locations in which there is a potential exposure of the lubricated part to food. The amount used should be the minimum required to accomplish the desired technical effect on the equipment. If used as an anti-rust film, the compound must be removed from the equipment surface by washing or wiping, as required to leave the surface effectively free of any substance which could be transferred to food being processed.
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