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2/11/2013

Lubricant Meets Laboratory Certification

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Unist, Inc. says its Coolube 2210 and Coolube 2210EP lubricant’s bio-based content has received independent laboratory.

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Unist, Inc. says its Coolube 2210 and Coolube 2210EP lubricant’s bio-based content has received independent laboratory. Coolube 2210 was certified with a bio-based content of 93 percent and Coolube 2210EP was certified with a bio-based content of 92 percent. These ratings far exceed the USDA Bio-Based Product minimum content requirements of 25 percent. The company plans to begin labeling both products with the USDA Certified Bio-Based Product label this year.

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