Products certified for applications in the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries.
NSF (formally known as National Sanitation Foundation), founded 1944 in Michigan, Ohio is an independent, non-profit organization for product testing, inspection and certification committed to protecting human health and safety worldwide.
To address the world’s most important issues, NSF International works alongside government agencies, academic institutions, public and private organizations. The NSF certification is recognized at an international level, ensuring that the referenced products can be used safely in food process areas or in water treatment applications. Every registered product is subject to a certificate with a unique registration number and a code designating the category of the product.
- Pharmaceutical industry
- Food and beverage industry
- Commercial and Industrial kitchens
- Hotels / Catering
- Food transport, manufacture & repair
A1 - Cleaning Products - General Cleaners
For the disposal or protection of food processing operations packaging material. Rinse with drinking water. No odour nuisance and no residues
A7 - Cleaning Products - Metal Polishes – Nonfood Contact
Metal cleaners and polishes for surfaces which do not have contact with foodstuff in all zones. Adequate ventilation before feeding or packaging material is returned.
C1 - Nonprocessing Area Products - General
Universal application outside of processing areas. Use of detergents or purifying products on equipment. Rinse equipment with water before it is placed back in the food processing zone
H1 - Lubricants - General – Incidental Contact
Lubricants or release agents which may be exposed to accidental, unintentional contact with foodstuffs
K1 - Solvent Cleaners - Nonprocessing Area Products
Cleaners and degreasers for use in non-processing zones. Clean with detergent and rinse with water is necessary before putting the equipment back in the area where food is processed.
K2 - Solvent Cleaners - Electronic Instrument Cleaners
Solvents for cleaning electronic equipment. Food processing and packaging equipment must be covered or removed. Adequate ventilation before food or packaging material is returned.