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20 Nov 2015

Motul was the first lubricant manufacturer to use the ester technology for the formulation of its 100% synthetic car oils by capitalizing on an innovation first invented for the aviation industry. The vegetable-based esters benefit from lubricating properties, anti-shear quality and exceptional resistance to high temperatures. “300V”, Motul’s flagship range, experienced great development thanks to its presence on the most prestigious car/bike races. Motul’s research and development capacity is divided in two entities working respectively on “Automotive” (automobile, two-wheels, boat) and “Industrial” lubricants.

Motul’s product culture, deeply rooted in its history through the constant search for ever more innovative, effective and better-performing lubricants, has naturally led the company to adopt the principles of a quality management system.

The organisation set in place allows client expectations to be met and even anticipated by adopting a structured and pragmatic approach to attain maximum efficacy while meeting the requirements of internationally recognised quality benchmarks. Motul is certified to ISO 9001:2008 and TS16949:2009.

The high quality and exceptional performance of Motul products has been acknowledged for many years. This success is based on mastery of their formulation, development and also production processes.

Not only are high investments made to keep the laboratories and production plant at a high and constantly improving level of performance, but also Motul products undergo strict inspection at each stage of their life cycle, as soon as they are formulated and throughout their various production phases.

The products are therefore checked during their formulation, blending and packaging and are also regularly sampled and analysed at all the stages of their dissemination (storage, distribution, sales points).

Thousands of samples are kept of the references produced in order to follow changes in their quality over time and be able to answer possible future questions.

Such inspection ensures irreproachable quality of the products and helps permanently improve the processes and formulations. It also forms a way of taking into account changes in market constraints such as new behaviours or needs on the part of users.

Sources: Wikipedia.com, Motul.com

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