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May 22, 2003
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BREA, Calif. — Fieldpiece Instruments Inc., manufacturer of HVACR test instruments for field service, announced that its Web site (www.fieldpiece.com) has been newly updated. The Web site update provides service technicians with a state-of-the-art resource for information about the company and its products, says the company.

The new Web site has a smaller, fixed format home page and easily-navigated menu structure along the top so that information is easier to find and quicker to load, the company says. More product information is also available including product brochures, product manuals, software downloads, and representative/distributor lists, says the manufacturer.

The theme of the Web site is “Modular Expandability.” The home page illustrates how Fieldpiece products work together for testing different parameters with a minimal amount of hardware.

“The new Web site is a great improvement with a lot of additional information added for our customers. Our technical articles and manuals make it a great technical resource for anyone using our products,” said Rey Harju, president of Fieldpiece Instruments.

For more information, contact Pat Clausen at 714-257-9060 or e-mail fpinfo@fieldpiece.com.

Publication date: 05/26/2003

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