While Q20 is best known for its multi-purpose use, on some occasions, you made need a more specialist formula, and that’s where Q10, Q8, Q5 and Q30 serve the market.
However, if you’re not familiar with the above-mentioned product range, there’s a good chance you may have missed them on the shelf. With this in mind, Q20 has now rebranded these specialist products for better clarity, application selection, and a more distinguishable appearance. Starting with…
Previously branded as Q10 and first invented in 1967, the newly labeled Q-PENETRATING OIL is purposefully formulated for hard to reach places. Thanks to its quick-acting formula, thin viscosity, and rust-solvent properties, Q-PENETRATING OIL is ideally suited as a release agent for stubborn nuts, bolts and pipe fittings.
Previously branded as Q8 and first invented in 1973, the newly labeled Q-SILICONE SPRAY is an anti-static lubricant that’s perfect for waterproofing jobs, insulation, rust prevention, and the protection of rubber and plastic components. What’s more, thanks to its anti-static properties, it’s well suited to dusty conditions where it serves to repel dust, rather than attract it like other oils tend to do.
Previously branded as Q5 and first invented in 1970, the newly labeled Q-GRAPHITE SPRAY is specially formulated as a penetrating oil. However, because graphite is a dry lubricant, it doesn’t attract dirt and dust. Q-GRAPHITE SPRAY works by penetrating hinges, locks and other hard-to-reach fittings with a thin, solvent-based solution that then evaporates, leaving a layer of dry graphite lubricant. These qualities make Q-GRAPHITE SPRAY ideal in intricate components that don’t function well with a build up of dust and oil residue.
Previously branded as Q30, the newly labeled Q-PROTECTIVE FILM is a super protective coating that gives long-lasting protection against corrosion and water ingress. Once applied, the solution solidifies into a completely transparent and highly stretchable coating that can be peeled off later on. Q-PROTECTIVE FILM can be sprayed onto any
exposed metal surface, and thanks to its extremely high electrical tolerance (up to 1000V), it’s perfect for the protection of electrical circuit boards, too.