Ingersoll Rand (www.ingersollrand.com) launched a new Fluid Technologies Web site (fluids.ingersollrand.com), featuring ARO diaphragm and piston pumps, fluid power, lubrication equipment, and Ingersoll Rand dispensing systems.
The new site provides information on more than 6,400 products, including detailed performance specifications, product images, materials of construction data, and optional accessories specifically matched to each model. Operator manuals and product brochures are also available for download.
The Web site also contains interactive features and tools for locating relevant industries and applications, product features, model numbers, and competitive information. A new model search function enables users to search with complete or partial model numbers for an Ingersoll Rand or ARO product, providing instant access to operator manuals and data sheets in multiple languages.The site”s Productivity Park feature offers an interactive 3D tour of markets and industries where Ingersoll Rand Fluid Technologies products are utilized. Visitors can click on their particular industry for application-specific information and product recommendations. The interactive tours that introduce visitors to the technology
behind specific ARO diaphragm and piston-pump models, as well as Ingersoll Rand dispense systems and lubrication equipment.
Also new to the site is the ARO Pump Selector software that allows visitors to customize a diaphragm pump to match application demands and parameters. The software features built-in head pressure calculator and similar tools.
The site”s QuickCross service allows vistors to enter a competitive model number and complete an online form to receive information on the proper solution to replace their competitive unit.
Ingersoll Rand Launches Fluid Tech Web Site
Ingersoll Rand (www.ingersollrand.com) launched a new Fluid Technologies Web site (fluids.ingersollrand.com), featuring ARO diaphragm and piston pumps, fluid power, lubrication equipment, and Ingersoll Rand dispensing systems. The new
Nov 9th, 2007