MX6 Common Questions

What does NSF approved mean?

The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) is an independent, non-profit making organisation. The NSF H1 standard is globally accepted as confirming the food grade lubricant is safe for use in applications where incidental food contact may occur.

H1 – Acceptable for use where there is incidental food contact.
H2 – Acceptable for use where there is no possibility of food contact.
H3 – Acceptable for use as a soluble oil
HT1 – Acceptable for use as a heat transfer fluid where this is possibility of incidental food contact
3H – Acceptable for use as a release agent on hard surface in direct contact with meat and poultry

Can I mix MX6 with my existing grease?

MX6 is a premium grade clay based Extreme Pressure grease. Using it with a non-clay based grease can seriously affect it’s performance. Before using INOX-mx6 grease, it is advisable to remove any other non-clay based greases by flushing or pushing out the old grease with INOX-mx6 in a grease gun.

What does no melting point mean?

INOX MX6 is a clay based grease which has no melting point. A grease’s melting point is the temperature at which the grease will melt and no longer sticks to surfaces. MX6 will always adhere to a surface no matter how hot it gets.

What is the maximum temperature that INOX is effective to?

INOX MX6 will operate non stop to 250 ºC all day with short bursts up to 300 ºC without breaking down.

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