Clariant, Reliant Introduce New Range Of Metal-Free Anodizing Dyes Approved By NSF For Food Zone

Colors contain no heavy metals and offer distinct environmental advantages for aluminum anodizers.


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Clariant Corporation and Reliant Aluminum Products have introduced a new line of ultra-pure Sanodye P Dyes especially suited for use in food zone applications. These colors contain no heavy metals and offer distinct environmental advantages for aluminum anodizers.


The full range of Sanodye P Dyes is certified by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) International and approved by The Public Health and Safety Organization under NSF/ANSI 51: Food Equipment Materials. This standard establishes public health and sanitation requirements for materials and finishes used in the manufacture of commercial foodservice equipment and its components.
The eight new Sanodye P Dyes are:

  • Sanodye Red P-BR
  • Sanodye Red P-RL*
  • Sanodye Orange P-5B
  • Sanodye Gold P-3N
  • Sanodye Yellow P-8G
  • Sanodye Blue P-4R
  • Sanodye Blue P-NB
  • Sanodye Black P-2R*

* NSF Certified for Food Zone Non-Contact

For more information about Sanodye P Dyes, please contact Reliant Aluminum Products at 866-574-0790  or visit http://reliantaluminumproducts.com/index.php/our-products/food-zone-colors


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