McGlaughlin Oil Co Petrol-Gel NSF Food Safe Lubricant – 4 oz tube

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McGlaughlin Oil Co Petrol-Gel NSF Food Safe Lubricant – 4 oz tube

Made of USP mineral oil and other USP ingredients, Petrol-Gel is a quality, tasteless, and odorless lubricant for your replacement gaskets. Use what the 1st-line repair professionals use!

This lubrication is specially formulated for high-temperature applications as found on espresso machines.

This Petrol-Gel food grade lubricant is perfect for a wide range of food service applications, from coffee shops and bakeries to breweries and restaurants. Not only does it keep equipment working properly, but this lubricant gel also can help cut down on service and maintenance costs.

This lubricant gel has a high melting point, is impervious to water, and will not contaminate food products when it comes in contact with them. Petrol-Gel sanitary lube gel is ideally used for valves, pistons, gaskets, sanitary pumps, guides & slide mechanisms. NSF approved for food grade use.

To learn more about using Petrol-Gel for maintenance if your espresso machine has an E61 grouphead, check out 1st-line’s Espresso Blog on this topic!

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      Is this OK to use with silicone gaskets (as opposed to rubber gaskets, which I assume it is OK to use)?
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      Q Is this OK to use with silicone gaskets (as opposed to rubber gaskets, which I assume it is OK to...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Joe Pasquale on July 2, 2019 7:23 pm
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      Yes, just do not use with paper gaskets.

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