Naptech Shakes up Test Equipment Repair Market

LOWER LAKE, CA -- Naptech Test Equipment Inc. announced today that beginning April 1st the company will include five years of annual free NIST traceable calibration with every repair. Naptech CEO Roger Briggs said, "As one of the country's premier test equipment providers, Naptech once again leads the way in industry innovation. In celebration of our company's twenty-third anniversary we now offer five years of free calibration with every repair."

There are no gimmicks, hidden fees, or short cuts. Simply ship any test equipment repaired by the company back to Naptech once a year for five years and Naptech will perform a complete, NIST traceable calibration and ship the unit back to you at no charge. It's really that simple.

Coupled with Naptech's six-month guarantee on every repair, and the company's exclusive "option two" program—which gives customers the option of paying a flat-rate, all-inclusive, guaranteed price for every repair—"there is simply no reason to send your test equipment anywhere else for repair" said Briggs.

With its state-of-the-art calibration lab and staff of Agilent-trained repair and calibration technicians, Naptech has the capability of repairing almost any piece of test equipment, including legacy units, from HP/Agilent, Tektronix, Rohde & Schwarz, Fluke, Anritsu/Wiltron, and all other leading test equipment manufacturers.

Contact:

Naptech Test Equipment Inc.
Email: [email protected]
(800)336 7723
(707) 995 7145
http://www.naptech.com

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