Schlage Lock Company of Colorado Springs, CO, has launched a website at www.schlage.com. The site will include product information, application solutions, lock history and breaking news. It will also highlight the full range of Schlage commercial products including their features and specifications.
Carolina Brush of Gastonia, NC, offers the Application Engineer On-Line to aid users in determining the correct brush for each application. The site allows engineers to view standard, special-application and OEM replacement brushes and itemizes different brush types, the flexibility of different brushes and the range of brush sizes. Carolina Brush can be found on-line at www.carolinabrush.com.
PPG Industries, Inc. of Pittsburgh, PA, has introduced a transportation resource center as part of its redesigned home page at www.ppg.com. The site features PPG products and services available to the automotive, truck, bus, marine, aircraft and railway industries.
First Systech International of Phoenix, AZ, has developed software tailored to small- and medium-sized manufacturers and distributors. According to the company, the small business system integrates all aspects of business into order entry, inventory management, accounting, manufacturing and distribution. The company says its configurator-based software also allows for orders to be placed on a companys website 24 hours a day.
G-U Hardware, Inc. of Newport News, VA, has revised its website with virtual movies of its factories, animated hardware functions, company history, technical information and pictures of its hardware system. The site, which also has music in the background, is located at www.g-u.com.
Copper Sales, Inc. of Anoka, MN, has launched a website at www.unaclad.com. The site is designed to be an interactive tool for architects, specifiers and contractors. According to the company, the site allows architects to explore a database filled with different projects that can guide them to products that fit their current needs.
Tubelite Inc. of Reed City, MI, has added CAD drawings and product details for all of its extruded architectural aluminum products to its website at www.tubeliteinc.com. The new section will allow customers to find CAD drawings and details, suggested applications, performance requirements, appropriate material specifications, hardware standards and available finishes for Tubelite products.
LCN Division of the Ingersoll-Rand Company of Princeton, IL, has released a CD-ROM that features its 1998 catalog, parts list, price list and template set. The CD-ROM, which is Windows 95 and NT compatible, allows the user to obtain complete information regarding LCNs line of door control products. The company also has a new website at www.lcnclosers.com. The site offers visitors information about the companys product lines and other company information.
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