AW-Lake Company Simplifies Product Ordering

AW-Lake Company Simplifies Product Ordering

Franksville, WI- AW-LAKE COMPANY now provides the capability to model then order flow meters online as one of the new features of its redesigned corporate website. An expanded multi-brand portfolio of flow measurement products; application capabilities in the oil/gas, processing, hydraulic and other industries; mobile compatibility; support chat and multi-language translations are among the other new features of the AW-LAKE website.

To help customers quickly order the right flow meter, the AW-Lake website provides an online part configurator tool that supports the selection of process parameters in configuring a 3D model and building a part number for ordering flow technology through the website. After a specific product such as a basic variable area flow meter is selected for purchase, the robust configurator tool built by CADENAS PARTsolutions takes the customer through a selection of options including port line size/range, material pressure rating, fluid media, port type and flow range. Based on specifications, a 3D model is generated along with a custom part number for electronic ordering of flow meters. Engineers can also download CAD drawings of generated 3D models for future reference or review prior to ordering.

As certain types of flow meters cannot be purchased online, AW-Lake offers customer support from their staff of experienced flow technology experts that can properly examine all process and fluid parameters and customer needs to recommend the best flow technology for an application. Online chat and customer support options are available.

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