Drip Oil for Potable Water Systems Receives NSF/ANSI Standard 60 Certification

October 20, 2011

Hydrotex announces release of Ultra-Kleen Drip Oil for potable water system use

Hydrotex announced the release of Ultra-Kleen Drip Oil for potable water systems. It is formulated with pharmaceutically pure synthetic base oils with an advanced U.S. Department of Agriculture/Food and Drug Administration-authorized non-toxic anti-corrosion system.

These additives work synergistically with the base oils to provide lubrication and corrosion control for water wells, potable water systems and agricultural irrigation systems. This product is registered with NSF Intl. and meets the NSF/ANSI Standard 60 for use in potable water applications. Ultra-Kleen Drip Oil is the most recent product in the Hydrotex Lubricants for a Healthier Planet product line and helps minimize consumption and extends equipment life.

“This product is specifically designed to be environmentally sensitive; it is one of the few products of its kind to obtain the NSF 60 certification to be used in potable water applications,” said John Cummins, vice president of product technology at Hydrotex. “We are excited that it is now in the Hydrotex Lubricants for a Healthier Planet product line, which allows our customers to utilize superior products, protect the environment and implement sustainable solutions.”

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