Food Grade Grease

Typical challenges of food grade lubrication in the Food and Beverage Industry are:

  • Food grade grease need to withstand high temperatures as well as contend entry of flour dust/salt etc.
  • Processed food materials are either acidic or alkaline, lubricants need to be inert and should not affect their performance
  • As there is possibility of lubricant getting in direct contact with the food being processed, lubricants need to physiologically harmless, odourless, tasteless and colourless


  • Protects against corrosion.
  • Working temperature from – 20º to + 160º C. It can withstand temperature peaks above 200º C without losing its structure.
  • High resistance to ageing and to shearing.
  • High capacity to withstand loads and extreme pressure.
  • Sealed bearings must be filled to a maximum of half their capacity.
  • To the extent possible, avoid mixing with other types of grease.

All these requirements are met easily by SPEL Food Grade FG Grease NSF Certified Food Grade Grease

SPEL supplies food grade greases that meet NSF H1 requirements for incidental food contact. Keep your production line running at full capacity and reduce component failures with SPEL’s H-1 lubricants. Our Food grade H-1 lubricants to not only last longer in harsh environments, but to also keep equipment running in peak condition.

SPEL Food Grade greases will Increase output and longer equipment life, Prevent Bacterial Growth, Reduce Corrosion-related Failures & Protect Components from Wear.

Synthetic-based Grease for high loads and long-lasting lubrication under difficult environmental conditions. Formulated with highly-refined base oil and synthetic hydrocarbons, reinforced with additives & PTFE to improve its performance which is highly resistant to temperatures.

It is a lubricant suitable for incidental contact with food & meeting the requirements as classified as H 1 by the NSF.

Recommended for plain and ball bearings that work at medium and low speeds under difficult environmental conditions up to a speed factor of approximately 300,000

Especially appropriate for application at bottling plants, food packaging plants (cappers in the canned food industry and vegetable-fruit warehouses), pelleting machines (manual lubrication), textile finishing, purification plants, harbour equipment, ships, etc.