Epoxytec (Hollywood, Florida, USA), a specialty protective coatings manufacturer, has announced the launch of its new and improved website,www.epoxytec.com. The company believes this and other recent changes should position the group for a successful 2023.
Since Epoxytec’s acquisition into the Tnemec Company’s coatings family in late 2021, the manufacturer says it has been pursuing an evolution in the business. In addition to a complete web site revamp, the company also restructured its Epoxytec Certified Applicator Network (ECAN) program and added the inclusion of system specifications download library.
The web site now features a user-friendly experience in the water and wastewater coatings world, allowing owners, engineers, and contractors to research and select the best interior coatings for their projects.
Epoxytec’s “Repair. Protect. Enhance.” mantra helps customers navigate the technology behind the group’s meticulously created coatings, all while providing an opportunity to view products. The site also offers a convenient space to connect with the manufacturer’s support team and coating experts.
“The new Epoxytec web site has been a long time coming, and we’re excited to finally share it with the public,” said Michael Caputi, vice president of Epoxytec and the MCOR division. “Our customers can expect a premium experience when selecting Epoxytec’s coatings and linings for their next big job.”
Epoxytec’s ECAN registration and training process now begins within the web site, as well. This dedicated ECAN section makes training more streamlined and accessible to water and wastewater applicators, allowing them to quickly begin the steps to certification, according to the company.
One of the best features of the new website is the functionality for users—particularly engineers—to download CSI-formatted system specifications that are specific to their project needs. This portion of the site allows for swift navigation through Epoxytec’s products and technologies to find the appropriate specifications based on application and structure type.
Source: Epoxytec, www.epoxytec.com.