Simplifying Complex Product Configurations With Online Selectors

By: | August 28th, 2013

It is often a time consuming challenge to find valves and configure complex assemblies. You may feel compelled to call a supplier directly in order to confirm they have the exact valves to meet your needs. This can be frustrating when you need the answer immediately but can’t get it, or if your requirement includes many different valve types and configurations.

Comprehensive Online Search Catalogs Save Time and Money

Imagine having an experienced valve product representative at your beck and call.  One who will walk you through the entire selection process, step-by-step until you have identified the exact valves you need. Recognizing just how mission-critical the Internet has become as a customer interaction tool, is precisely what the rules-based eConfigurator Haskel has developed for its customers and prospects — anyone looking for high pressure valves, fittings and tubing — delivers.

The intuitive online tool provides drop-down menus displaying relevant options, graphical assembly aids, and other guidance tools, including the ability to view “apples to apples” comparison of valves and fittings. Complex, predicate-calculus-based decision making drives every step, assuring the end-result complies with your requirements and keeping you from having to figure out complex part numbers. An added bonus is that you can access this from your desktop or mobile device, 24/7.

Haskel International Online Product Selectors

Haskel has created two intuitive programs, for their BuTech line of valves, fittings and tubing, a parametrically-searchable eCatalog, and a rules-based eConfigurator through their “BuTech eCatalog“, and more recently introduced, the parametrically-searchable eCatalog, through their “Liquid Pump Selector“.

Haskel has offices in the United States, EuropeSingaporeFranceSpainChina and the Middle East.

David Russell Schilling

David enjoys writing about high technology and its potential to make life better for all who inhabit planet earth.

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