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Watlow PM Controllers
What is the difference between a Watlow PM6C1CA-AAAABAA and Watlow PM6C1CA-AAAAAAA
Both controllers have the same form, fit, function. The only difference are the program menu options. The PM6C1CA-AAAABAA comes with an EXPRESS program menu for thermal control and the PM6C1CA-AAAAAAA comes with an EXTENSIVE program menu for various control functions including thermal control, motor control, pump control, compressor control, valve control, ETC,ETC,ETC

What is the difference between model numbers beginning with a B after the first dash and those with an A after the first dash
The 1/16th DIN Watlow EZ-Zone PM controllers beginning with a B after the first dash have blue tooth communication capability. The blue tooth is user selected either on or off and there is no extra charge for this feature. Blue tooth allows viewing or programing the controller via a smart phone or blue tooth enabled pad using Watlow's EZ-Link software available free from Apple's app/store or Google/play store.

Is the yellow pedestal fan 30" round, adjustable height, yellow and pull chain?
This comes with a 2-speed pull chain switch.

Is a higher CFM or lower CFM more energy efficient?
The CFM is determined by the size and shape of the fan blade in conjunction with the RPM of the motor.  That being said, the actual energy efficiency would be determined by dividing the CFM by the energy being used to produce the CFM.

I am comparing a fan with a 1/2-HP motor producing 6700/cfm @ 1115/rpm and 9250/cfm @ 780/rpm with your Airmaster DJ-PF30-2SPJ-DC. Which is the more efficient?
The Airmaster DJ-PF30-2SPJ-DC uses a 1/3-HP motor and produces 6915/cfm @ 1115/rpm and 5000/cfm @ 780/rpm.  Based on the lower HP consuming 310-watts the 5000/cfm equates to 16.13/cfm per watt consumed. the fan with the 1/2-HP motor consumption is in the vicinity of 1130-watts, therefore the 9250/cfm equates to 8.19/cfm per watt consumed.  Obviously the more CFM per watt consumed is the more efficient, illustrating the Airmaster is the more efficient.

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Slide mold cleaners
What does NSF stand for?
National Sanitation Foundation (NSF International). A non-profit organization assisting in developing public health standards and providing a certification registration program for non-food compounds with  to provide the benefit of an independent third party review that validates the safety and non-toxic properties of manufacturers formulations as safe chemical products for use in food and beverage processing facilities.

What is category NSF P1?
NSF P1 is a joint NSF/USDA classification that meets the regulatory requirements FDA 21 CFR in the ingredients for it's appropriate use and labeling. NSF P1 products have passed a thorough toxicology assessment and are registered in the NSF White Book

What mold cleaner is registered as NSF P1 category?
Slide 47212 Isopropyl alchohol cleaner
Slide 44212 On/Cycle mold cleaner
Slide 46410 Nexgen mold cleaner
Slide 46910 Mold cleaner 4

Slide mold release agents
What is NSF category M1?
NSF M1 is a classification of registered mold release agents that have passed a thorough toxicology assessment and are considered safe for use on molds without adhering to the finished products that will come in contact with food.

What mold release agents are registered as NSF category M1?
Slide 41612N EconoMIST food-grade lubricant
Slide 42112N silicone spray lube food approved

What is NSF category H1?
Lubricants that are registered as acceptable for use in and around food processing areas.
The lubricant is formulated for incidental food contact and can be used as a protective anti-rust film, a mold release agent or for lubricating machine parts or equipment that have the potential exposure to food.