White Oil

Premium Food-Grade Mineral Oil

Phillips 66®White Oil is a highly refined, premium quality mineral oil developed for use in food processing plants, consumer products, and in other applications that require an exceptionally pure white mineral oil. It meets or exceeds the highest industry standards for purity and stability. All viscosity grades are registered by NSF International as H1 lubricants for use where incidental food contact may occur, and are certified Kosher and Pareve. They also are certified as meeting Canadian Food Inspection Agency requirements for use in federally registered food plants.

Features & Benefits

  • Colorless, odorless and tasteless
  • Excellent color stability
  • Contains Vitamin E for oxidation inhibition
  • Non-staining
  • Certified Kosher and Pareve


  • Food processing, bottling and canning equipment
  • Protective coating for raw fruits and vegetables
  • Egg shell sealant in facilities operating under the USDA voluntary shell egg grading program
  • Non-stick release agent in meat and poultry plants
  • Dust suppressant for grain or animal feed
  • Drip oil for deep well water pumps
  • Process oil or diluent in adhesives, sealants, caulks, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, rubber extender oils and plastics
  • Smoke oil for air shows
  • Textile lubricants
  • Household cleaners and polishes

Technical Details

Licenses & Approvals

White Oil meets the requirements of the following government and industry specifications:

  • Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) requirements for use in federally registered food plants (incidental food contact)
  • Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association (CTFA)
  • FDA Code of Federal Regulations:
    • 21 CFR 172.878 for direct food contact
    • 21 CFR 178.3620 for indirect food contact
  • National Formulary (NF) (Grades 50/60, 65/75, 80/90)
  • NSF International H1 and former 1998 USDA H1 guidelines for incidental food contact (Registration Nos. 137240, 137241, 137242, 137243, 137244)
  • USDA voluntary shell egg grading program, for protective coating (Grades 50/60, 65/75 and 80/90)
  • United States Pharmacopoeia (USP) (Grades 200/215, 340/365)
Additional Details
ISO Grade7/10
Specific Gravity @ 60°F0.842
Density, lbs/gal @ 60°F7.01
Color, Saybolt30
Flash Point (COC), °C (°F)174 (345)
Pour Point, °C (°F)-9 (16)
cSt @ 40°C8.3
cSt @ 100°C2.3
SUS @ 100°F55
SUS @ 210°F34
Viscosity Index83