Eni has developed a new lubricants “food grade” line that meets the needs of food, pharmaceutical, cosmetics and pet food industry.
The utilization of Eni lubricants "food grade" allows to:
- minimize the food contamination risk in all stages of production, as required by HACCP protocol (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point),
- meet the lubrication requirements for any machinery utilized during production processes,
- guarantee high quality standards level of products,
- maximize the productivity.
Eni food grade lubricant line is formulated only with raw materials included in FDA Group 21 CFR 178.3570 *, approved and registered by NSF ** such as H1, or "Authorized for applications where is possible the accidental contact with food".
The NSF Mark is the guarantee that one of most respected, independent certification organizations approves the product. The NSF Mark is recognized by consumers, producers, retailers and worldwide regulatory agencies.
Eni food grade lubricants line produced in a plant certified according to ISO 21469.
This International Standard specification, is the guide line for hygiene requirements necessary to develop, produce, utilize and handle the H1 lubricants. These lubricants may get accidentally in contact with products and packaging utilized for food for animal, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and human food production.
*F.D.A. (Food and Drug Administration) is a US governmental agency. The purpose of F.D.A. is the regulation of food and pharmaceutical products, protection of public health through regulations and the control of the products placed on the market.
**N.S.F (National Sanitation Foundation) is an American institution, founded in 1944, which deals of registration and verification of suitable lubricants in the food industry.
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