VESCONITE UNVEILS REDESIGNED WEBSITE

Vesconite Website

Apr 24, 2017

Vesconite, the global leader in engineered bearing polymers, unveiled its new website. The South African manufacturer supplies a wide range of industries, including marine, agriculture, mining, hydroelectric and pump.

Optimized for mobile, the information-rich website is easily navigated by industry-specific application or polymer type. Its knowledge library includes calculators, design manuals, technical data and case studies. The components work cohesively to provide the visitor an online experience that’s as deep as it is broad. Its URL is www.vesconite.com.

“We wanted our new website to not only reflect the up-to-the-minute technology our polymers are known for, but to give the visitor a taste of who we are as a company,” said Dr. Jean-Patrick Leger, Vesconite CEO. A video gives a glimpse into the company’s involvement in its community and the rich culture and surroundings of South Africa.

Vesconite and VesconiteHilube are internally-lubricated polymers that machine to +/-0.001″. They have high load strengths and dimensional stability, no stick-slip and deliver a wear life 10 times that of bronze. Orders of hollow bar, solid rod and plate shapes are shipped within one working day.

Contact Vesconite, PO Box 40647, Cleveland, Johannesburg 2022, South Africa. US toll-free: 866-635-7596; Fax: 212-937-3184. vesconite@vesconite.com; www.vesconite.com.

 

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