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Electroless nickel suitable for food processing equipment


(1998)

I need to know if there is any literature out there, such as an article in a trade magazine, or a FDA publication, that has approvals for or at least testing of Electroless nickel in food processing equipment.

David B. McKay
- Highland Hts, Ohio


(1998)

The FDA approved the usage of HIGH phosphor EN in contact with foodstuffs.

Sara

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Sara Michaeli
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Tel-Aviv, Israel



(1998)

I am out of date on the subject, but in the past, FDA approved any EN that was not brightened with a toxic metal such as mercury, arsenic and etc.

The manufacturer of the particular EN bath should be able to provide you with a written approval.

James Watts
- Navarre, Florida



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