Need lubricant trivia for the next cookout at the neighbor’s house? Try this: What do Anheuser-Busch and Kraft Foods have in common? Answer: They both need H1 Grease in their processing facilities. H1 Lubricants are registered by NSF and based on meeting regulatory requirements including FDA 21 CFR for appropriate use, ingredient and labeling review. G-MAN™ PST-525 is classified as H1 by NSF, meaning it is acceptable as a lubricant with incidental food contact for use in and around food processing areas. H1 compounds may be used on food processing equipment as a protective anti-rust film, as a release agent on gaskets or seals of tank closures, and as a lubricant for machine parts and equipment in locations in which there is a potential exposure of the lubricated part to food. The amount used should be the minimum required to accomplish the desired technical effect on the equipment. H1 lubricant applications include: soda fountains, ice cream machines, ice machines, food belts transferring food, and electrical connections in food environments. In bars and restaurants, H1 is used as a lubricant for beer taps. So next time you have a cold beer on draft, raise a glass to the H1 lube that kept the beer tap flowing.