Food Grade Epoxy Resists High Temperatures Meets FDA CFR 175.30 Jun 6, 2011
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Master Bond is introducing EP42HT-2FG, a food grade epoxy. EP42HT-2FG has been independently tested and certified by a national laboratory to meet the stringent requirements of FDA CFR 175.300.
It also was toxicologically evaluated to meet the NSF/ANSI 51.4.1 (2009) standard for food equipment materials.
Food grade certified epoxy EP42HT-2FG may be used across a wide variety of applications in the food industry, such as bonding and sealing metals, plastics, rubbers and other substrates, commonly found on food service equipment. Featuring high resistance to chemicals and many solvents, along with boiling water, fats and oils, it may be readily used as a coating for storage tanks, bins, hoppers, and other containment vessels. Capable of withstanding extreme conditions over the wide service temperature range of -60°F to +450°F (FDA certification done at the temperatures specified in the test protocol), EP42HT-2FG resists steam, radiation and frozen storage conditions.
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