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Triark Pumps launches new website

As part of its ongoing development Triark Pumps, the distributor of diaphragm pumps and spares has launched a new website at www.tri-ark.com.

As part of its ongoing development Triark Pumps, the distributor of diaphragm pumps and spares has launched a new website at www.tri-ark.com.

The new site has been configured to complement a number of its existing online resources and provide customers with a ‘one-stop shop’ for all of their AODD pump requirements.

Clearly signposted, the site will allow users to quickly find a solution to any diaphragm pump related problem, be it repair, replace or renew. Searchable by brand, application or industry sector, the site has been designed with the user in mind and offers a range of helpful features.

A selection of real-life case studies, provide examples of how products have been applied and how solutions have been undertaken, across a range of industrial environments. The FAQ section will readily assist in the placement of online enquiries, to which an immediate response is assured.

Whether searching for new pumps, spare parts or repairs, the ease of use and intuitive nature of the search parameters, allows product selection to be a quick and easy task.

Managing director David Rozee (pictured) said: “Over the years, Triark has successfully maintained a range of online provisions to support its business activities, but we have been mindful for some time of the need to create a more centralised online resource. I believe our new website does exactly that, and will hopefully provide our customers, old and new, with an important and helpful appraisal of all that we are now able to offer”. 

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