Maurice, LA, July 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Crown Oilfield Instrumentation is excited to announce that the latest version of http://www.drillinginstruments.com is now live, with the highest level of device compatibility available to date. Crown’s new website performs seamlessly from tablets, to mobile phones, to desktops, giving the user more opportunities to order products, not only at the office but in the field, as well. Along with a better user experience, the website now provides a new feature: the EnGauge Blog, a resource for all things instrumentation. And, that’s only the beginning.
Crown’s new website will continue to provide the same level of performance you have come to expect, both in Spanish and English. Additionally, the new design will help users find what they are looking faster. In the coming months, the website will also offer customers the ability to find products, part numbers, and descriptions, an improved “request a quote” feature for online ordering, and new products, as they are rolled out. All new features are being added to provide customers a faster, more efficient way to order instruments and get the job rolling again and back on schedule.
Crown’s new website provides a comprehensive list of products, the benefits of each and the features specific to each gauge, anchor, sensor, and system. Each product page provides users with order specifications as well as data sheets that they can download to help with the ordering process. The new EnGauge blog will provide helpful information about each product as well as tips for using these products in the field.
Crown Oilfield Instrumentation has been serving the oil and gas industry for nearly 40 years, providing the highest quality instrumentation in the industry. Known for their durability and reliability Crown gauges are built to last and stand up to the harshest industrial conditions. Crown’s customers span the globe, and the company’s commitment to providing the best possible product and the best customer service has garnered customer loyalty. When the pressure is on, Crown gauges measure up.