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LECO Launches Redesigned Website

Published: Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, September 17, 2013
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New website help customers to find products and application notes easily.

LECO Corporation has introduced a new and improved website (located at www.leco.com) aimed at helping customers more easily find products, application notes, and other resources related to their market areas of interest, such as food, life sciences, energy and fuels, mined materials and metals, and environment and agriculture.

The new site is home to hundreds of application notes, journal articles, and more utilizing LECO products for analytical, separation, and metallographic science.

Information is also available to help customers make the most of their instrumentation, including training opportunities, customer support, and material safety data sheets (MSDS).

New content is added frequently, and visitors are encouraged to check the site often to view the most recent LECO news and events, and to register to receive updates from LECO via email.


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