Costa Mesa, CA – ProOne, Inc. announced that several of its products have been Tested and Certified by NSF International to be acceptable for Food Grade applications.
ProOne’s Multi-Purpose EP-2 Grease and new Synthetic EP-1 Grease have been certified by NSF International as complying with the NSF registration Guidelines for proprietary substances and non-foods compounds, and are acceptable as H2 category lubricants for food processing areas. The NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, which is based on meeting regulatory requirements including FDA 21 CFR for appropriate use, ingredient and labeling review.
NSF International, a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization, is the world leader in standards development, product certification, education, and risk-management for public health and safety. Serving manufacturers operating in 80 countries, NSF was founded in 1944 and is headquartered in Ann Arbor, MI USA. The NSF Mark is recognized for its value in international trade around the world and is respected by regulatory agencies at the local, state, and federal levels.
Based in Orange County, ProOne, Inc. has developed a number of leading edge technologies with exceptional performance and at the same time offer a number of earth-friendly benefits. The product line is formulated to be as human friendly as possible and now, with the NSF Certification, can be used in food processing facilities.
ProOne, Inc. (ProOne), the operating division of ProOne Holdings, Inc., is in the business of developing and marketing high-performance, cost-effective, lubricants and fuel products for commercial, industrial and retail customers. The product family includes a new generation of advanced lubricants, greases, fuel additives, cutting oils, spray lubricants, hydraulic fluids and automotive cleaners. The products are proprietary formulations based upon metallurgical and molecular science that reduce friction substantially better than other products on the market, with over 50 times the film strength of conventional lubricants.