Supplier's Corner

The Right White Oil

November 14, 2005

Chevron Superla white oils are versatile enough for the food processing, cosmetic, plastic, pharmaceutical and textile industries, according to company executives. Superla white oils are colorless, odorless and tasteless, are nearly chemically inert and are virtually free of nitrogen, sulfur, oxygen and aromatic hydrocarbons.
They also contain vitamin E, a natural antioxidant, to protect quality during handling and storage.
Applications include:
• where direct food contact may occur;
• where prolonged contact with human skin is necessary;
• where odor and staining must be minimized and
• where outstanding long service under adverse conditions is required.
More info: (800) 533-6571.

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