Applications focus makes it easy for customers to find the right products
Toms River, NJ (November 7, 2013) – Perma Pure’s website at (www.permapure.com) has been re-designed, making it easier for customers to find the right product for their application. As the company supplies gas sample conditioning products for a broad array of industries and requirements, the new website highlights its three major business segments: OEM Medical Devices and Equipment; OEM Gas Analyzers and Analytical Devices; and Gas Sample Conditioning Systems for Emissions and Process Monitoring.
Perma Pure is an FDA registered Medical Device Manufacturer with ISO 13485 certification. The new website allows customers to size Medical Breath Dryers for critical applications such as breath analysis and patient monitoring. It also highlights the company’s specialization in high volume Medical Sample Lines.
Many companies use Perma Pure Gas Sample Dryers as components in a wide range of gas analyzers and scientific analysis equipment and the new website offers more selection tools. Special sections are also included for its Gas Humidifiers, used as Fuel Cell Humidifiers, as well as in incubators and test chambers for environmental control.
New industrial end user applications pages focus on how Perma Pure’s patented Nafion®-based Gas Sample Conditioning Systems solve many problems measuring SOx and NOx emissions for the CEMS and Process Monitoring markets. The sections on Baldwin Sample Gas Coolers, Gas Sample Probes and Sample Gas Conditioning Systems provide many more product details.
“We spent a lot of time learning how our customers are using our products. This better understanding of their needs helped us create better tools for them to select the right products,” explained Matt Powers, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Perma Pure. “We think customers will be better able to see the unique benefits of our products and technology and apply them to their technical challenges, and we look forward to helping them continue to grow their businesses.”