- Fuchs Cassida Chain Oils
- Fuchs Cassida Hydraulic Oils
- Fuchs Cassida Gear Oils
- Fuchs Cassida Compressor Oils
- Fuchs Cassida Direct Contact Fluid
- Fuchs Cassida Grease
- Fuchs FM Range
- Ancillary products
- Spillage Control
Registered as Class H1 with the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) for use with potential incidental contact with food and beverage products.
Approved by NSF International as Class H1.
Components approved by the US FDA for incidental contact with food.
Meets former USDA H1 requirements.
AQIS Lubricant Type A compliant.
NZ MAF classification C15 compliant.
Suitable for use in the preparation of vegetarian foods.
Not manufactured from GMOs.
Complies to EU Allergen Regulation 2003/89/EG.
First production site to be awarded the certification of ISO 21469 in March 2008.
Legislation to safeguard the food chain is making manufacturers responsible for their food quality and safety. Can you afford the detrimental brand effects of food contamination? Safeguard using food-approved lubricants such as Fuchs’ specially formulated Cassida range.
Eliminate risks with food grade NFS H1 Registered lubricants protecting your product safety and brand equity.Meeting food legislation requirements, equipment and application criteria, Fuchs Cassida food grade lubricants are non-toxic, odourless, colourless and tasteless.
Lubricant contamination is a constant threat in the food processing industry. Even trace quantities of oil can result in spoiled production and force reputation and brand-damaging product recalls.
Food and Beverage Industry
Machinery used in food and beverage processing has many moving parts requiring reliable and efficient operation. Using food grade lubricants will help protect your company & brand equity, product quality, reputation and safety, avoiding food recalls and legal action.
Animal feed production is no different, continuing legislative high standards for all consumption products.
THE FREE LCCP SURVEY
Oil and grease contamination of food and food packaging can arise from a variety of mechanical failures, incorrect applications or design faults; possible lubricant carried in compressed air, leaking gearboxes above conveyor belts and over-greasing of bearings.
It’s initially essential to take an inventory of each lubricant point where potential contamination is possible. Following an LCCP Survey, our technical team can present a preventative action plan based on a clear understanding of your processes.
The LCCP Survey can expediate your HACCP submission, verifying potential lubricant contamination risks of end products are minimised, and the appropriate food grade lubricants are used in the correct amounts.
Priceless protection of your brand and products.