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NDC Unveils New Web Site, Brochure
February 19, 2013
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NDC Infrared Engineering, a specialist in industrial moisture measurements for minerals and bulk materials, has completely redesigned its Web site, www.ndc.com/minerals, and published a new, industry–specific brochure.
The new site provides enhanced navigation to allow visitors to find information on on-line and at-line moisture measurement systems for powders, granules, pastes, and slurries for real-time process control.
The simplified approach to navigation makes it easy for visitors to identify their market and application area and makes extensive use of intuitive or “friendly” URLs such as www.ndc.com/ceramics, etc. This industry-driven approach makes it easy to identify the most appropriate product or system for the application.
The new site offers the benefit of providing easily accessible basic information, with further information such as application notes available following registration. All registrations from NDC’s previous site will be carried over, so there will be no need to re-register. The site also makes it easy to identify the local market-relevant NDC contact anywhere in the world.
In addition, a new, industry-focused brochure is available for immediate download. This describes moisture measurement for powders and granules, flakes and slurries, and covers applications in ceramics and clay products, fibers and polymers, nitrocellulose, mineral powders and ores, sand, cement meal, aggregates, gypsum, industrial textiles, wood and cellulose products, biofuels, organic waste, and biomass.
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