The 75th World Food Day is being marked on 16 October with events taking place across the globe with the theme “Grow, nourish, sustain. Together, our actions are our future”.
With many years’ experience providing food grade lubricants and cleaning products to food manufacturers across the UK, it’s an industry we know well. That level of understanding enables us to deliver products and services that go above and beyond for our customers.
Our aim is simple. We want to help our clients reduce production downtime, avoid costly product recalls and support audit compliance. And we do thus in three ways:
A high performance product range
Our FOODLUBE range is one of the widest portfolios of food grade products on the market, providing technically advanced lubricants for all sectors within the food and beverage industries. And there’s no one size fits all approach at ROCOL. Our chemists and engineers have developed products that meet the specific needs and demands of niche food and drink sectors, including brewing, bakery, meat, dairy and confectionery – among others. FOODLUBE products such as PRECISION SILICONE Spray hold ISO 21469 certification, Halal, Kosher and NSF H1 approvals and accreditations.
As well as the FOODLUBE range, we have a range of NSF registered cleaners and lubricants, all of which meet food industry requirements.
Technical support from an experienced team
To further help keep your food production facility running smoothly, we offer a full technical support package that is tailored to your site. This includes a full site survey that informs the creation of a bespoke lubrication and maintenance schedule, supporting audit compliance and helping you make sure you are using the correct products in the current quantities for maximum efficiency. Once set up, our expert team offers training to make sure your onsite maintenance engineers and operators are adopting lubrication best practice across the site at all times.
Getting it right
Different machinery and production environments have different maintenance requirements. Selecting the right NSF registered product for the right application is essential, and our technical team has put together a guide outlining the various NSF classifications and relevant applications.
For help and advice on getting your machine maintenance regime right across your food production site, feel free to get in touch.