Product Description

White oil is refined by ultra high pressure hydrotreatment and is stabilized with a Vitamin E oxidation inhibitor. Available in four viscosity grades: 70, 90, 220, and 350.

Qualities

The regulations set by the U.S. FDA, such as 21 CFR 172.878 coincide with White Oils in order to approve the use in or on food for human consumption, as well as for the use as a component of nonfood articles intended for use in contact with food that meet the standards for human consumption, as Kosher with the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America.

The National Formulary (NF) or US Pharmacopeia (USP) consist of standards that are met by these white oils. As registered 3H and H1 lubricants, these oils are fortunately able to be utilized for direct and incidental food contact by NSF, or within food plants following the jurisdiction of the USDA.

Applications

  • Coatings
    • Fruits
    • Vegetables
    • Defoamers
    • Shell egg spray
    • Bakery pans
    • Knives
  • Prevents rust on food processing machinery
  • Used in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals
  • Textile fiber lubricant
  • Grill release agent

Product Characteristics

Test Description ASTM Test RESULTS
Kinematic Viscosity, cSt @ 40C D92 68.3
Viscosity, Saybolt Universal (sus) @ 100F D5950 353
Specific Gravity @ 25C LORM 046 .864
Density lb/gallon @ 60F D62 7.199
Flash Point, COC Deg C D156 243
Pour Point, Deg C D445 -15
Color, (Saybolt) D156 30
Readily Carbonizable Substances USP USP Current Rev. Pass
Acidity, USP USP Current Rev. Pass
Sulfur Compounds in White Oil USP USP 17 Pass
Infrared Absorption USP USP Current Rev. Pass
Neutrality of White Oil USP Current Rev. Pass
Solid Paraffins USP USP Current Rev. Pass
Odor PCM 532 Pass
Limit Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons USP Current Rev. Pass
Food Grade Mineral Oil Kosher Pass
Appearance, Clear & Bright, Visual LORM 004 Pass
FDA 21 CFR 172.878, 178.3620 (a) USP White Oil/FDA Pass

NF & USP brand white oil is stabilized with vitamin E

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