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Sloan: Company Launches New Website and Expansive Project Portfolio
Franklin Park, Ill. — Jan. 20, 2016 — Sloan, the global leader in commercial plumbing systems, launched a dynamic new website that will provide architects, design professionals, engineers, contractors, and facility owners with a comprehensive, easy-to- navigate resource that showcases the company’s products and expertise.
The new site uses vibrant photography, mobile responsive design, and user-friendly tools to help site users access information quickly.
Parthiv Amin, vice president of marketing, Sloan, said the new site "showcases products, and, more important, project case studies that help illustrate to architects, designers, and engineering professionals how our expertlydesigned products are built not only to perform at the highest level but also to complement and enhance their designs.”
The website’s enhanced look and feel adds to a more in-depth user experience. A Design section has been added that is dedicated to providing architects and design professionals with both inspiration and product innovations they can draw from for their next projects.
Other features include a project photo gallery, vertical market focus, and case studies with beautiful architectural photography by world-renowned Hedrich Blessing Photography.
For audiences interested in Sloan’s array of products including flush valves, faucets, water closets, urinals, sinks, and soap dispensers, the company has simplified the Products section and provides detailed specification sheets, BIM models, and CAD drawings to help with the specification process.
The Resources section enables users to search and filter all technical documents for downloading including spec sheets, installation instructions, repair and maintenance guides, brochures, and price sheets.
For more information on the new website, visit www.sloanvalve.com.
Sloan manufactures commercial plumbing systems and is based in Franklin Park, Ill.
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