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Limits vs. Trends – this topic is discussed in detail by our diagnostic manager John Evans in the latest issue of WearCheck’s Monitor newsletter.
You will also find news of the customer survey lucky draw winner, and stories on WearCheck’s lab opening times over the festive season, 2019 training course dates and information, insights and pics from all the latest industry expos and customer training sessions, some noteworthy achievements by the company and an introduction to some new WearCheck faces.
The children of St Vincent’s orphanage were treated once again by our kind-hearted staff to some Christmas cheer – read all about these stores and more in the latest issue of Monitor.
Click here to download http://www.wearcheck.co.za/shared/M78.pdf
Do you understand the intricacies of PQI? Did you know that the test for illuminating paraffin contamination in diesel is quick and easy? and that you can now earn CPD points with WearCheck training?
The latest issue of Monitor has more details on these topical issues, as well as plenty more - such as WearCheck’s “greening” practices, a useful lube tip, the launch of a new laboratory, news of some amazing staff achievements including 2 million samples diagnosed by one person, and 40 years at the company.
To have a read of the latest issue of Monitor – simply click on this link: http://www.wearcheck.co.za/shared/WearCheck%20Monitor%2077.pdf
We are pleased to announce the release of the 60th issue of the WearCheck Monitor - this marks the 20th year that we have been producing these informative and popular newsletters for our customers.
The latest issue features eight pages of hot news from WearCheck – brand new cutting-edge laboratory equipment that raises the bar on accuracy, an interesting customer case study from Concor, a celebration of ISO certification, snippets of WearCheck news from around the world, and some really useful technical advice in our new Technical Tip column, which summarises a popular past Technical Bulletin in each edition of Monitor from now on. And to warm your heart – some stories of WearCheck’s community upliftment initiatives.