Pfeiffer Vacuum Debuts New Internet Presence


Pfeiffer Vacuum has completely redesigned its Internet presence. The revised website features a straightforward layout that offers user-friendly operation and optimized functionalities.

Pfeiffer Vacuum Debuts New Internet Presence

New Website (Photo: Pfeiffer Vacuum)

One of the aspects that were improved was tab navigation in order to be able to directly access pages and minimize loading times. This means that users will be able to navigate more clearly, easily and faster between the individual areas of the site. It takes only a few clicks to find important information and dates. Newly integrated is a Feedback Manager that enables users to directly rate a page. To assure personal contact, the applicable points of contact will always be shown worldwide, along with their contact details.

The powerful search function with auto-completion feature simplifies the search for relevant content and automatically generates suggestions. The newly created Downloads department offers users a broad selection of technical and company information. Users will find extensive basic and background knowledge about vacuum and the products from Pfeiffer Vacuum in the Know How department.

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