Company Opens 'One-Stop' Online Shop for Gas Detection Goods

Pittsburgh-based Industrial Scientific Corp. redesigned its corporate Web site, www.indsci.com, as an online resource center for all things related to gas detection. With operations across the planet, the company employs more than 800 people who design, manufacture, sell, and service gas monitoring instruments, systems, and related products, all of which are now easily searchable and navigable through menus, icons, and tabs in the new site's hundreds of Web pages.

The site's content is presented so that users can easily skim for basic product features, before accessing more detailed information. Each product page includes a comprehensive summary about the instrument’s capabilities along with tabs for easy access to product literature, specifications, features and benefits, and ordering information. In addition to products, the site offers detailed technical information and online training.

The company describes the site as "a one-stop shop for all topics related to gas detection" and says the idea behind the redesign was to communicate a vision and offer solutions for monitoring, maintaining, and managing gas detection equipment for companies of all sizes and world locations.

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