Q8Oils, a leading provider of lubricants for engineering and industrial purposes, has announced the launch of The Challenge, which marks its latest initiative aimed at operators and owners of machine shops.
Under the terms of this project, potential new customers will be given the chance to test Q8 neat and soluble lubricants for metal working using the machinery at their own plants.
Jeremy Dineen, the direct sales manager for Q8Oils, stated that:
“We have launched The Challenge because we are so confident that customers will find a Q8Oils metal working fluid that is ideal for their processes and applications, and saves them money.”
The company is at the forefront of the oil industry when it comes to machinery lubricants, thanks to highly flexible oils like Q8 Dynobear 32, and has among the most wide-ranging soluble and neat cutting fluid portfolios of any oil manufacturer.
There is clearly a strong belief within the company that The Challenge is the best way to demonstrate the advantages of its lubricants to British manufacturers.
Once mutually agreed and clearly understood aims are established, a trial will be organised by Q8Oils. The company will also conduct ongoing monitoring of lubricant performance, guaranteeing that both the fluid and the machinery are running at peak levels.
Comprehensive results are to be produced throughout this trial and when The Challenge comes to an end, customers will be given the lubricants used free of charge. This will also be the case if the customer determines the product does not suit its machinery.