Millers Oils wins MIA award for Nanodrive

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Millers won the award for its Nanodrive range of oils

Millers Oils is celebrating after winning the Motorsport Industry Association’s Business Excellence Award for Technology and Innovation.

The company won the prestigious award for its Nanodrive oil, which it says has revolutionized lubrication within the automotive industry with unprecedented levels of friction.

Technical Director for the company Martyn Mann said: “This award is an important milestone for Millers Oils, as it reflects the motorsport industry’s drive for innovation in all areas.

“All of the research and development of our Nanodrive oils has been carried out at our new state-of-the-art facilities in Yorkshire. The product has put Millers Oils a step above our competitors, we are no ordinary oil company.”

Millers’ Nanodrive oil was originally developed for gear oil in 2009, and the same nanotechnology has been used to create a  whole range of motor oils which the company says can reduce frictional losses, improve fuel consumption, increase power output and reduce component wear.

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