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Brunson Unveils Website and Mobile App

Published: Thursday, August 15, 2013 - 15:08

(Brunson: Kansas City, MO) -- Brunson Instrument Co. has unveiled their newly redesigned website with detailed product descriptions and photos, featured videos, company news and more. The company also rolled out their new mobile website application at m.brunson.us. The websites cater to alignment, inspection, and measurement professionals seeking products and services to support diverse applications in aerospace, automotive, science, power generation, mill processes, and more.

For more than 85 years, Brunson has designed, manufactured, and installed thousands of products in the metrology marketplace—and trained users of those products. The new websites leverage this knowledge base to help customers research and purchase standard or customized Brunson products and services.

The new home page provides optimal navigation and pull-down menus offering quick access to more than 100 products, technical services, and a valuable knowledge base. The site's intuitive main menu presents the company's two major lines of products: 3D metrology and alignment.

Under the 3D metrology menu tab, site visitors can access information about certified and serialized target holders, instrument stands and accessories, and invar and scale bars.

Under the alignment menu tab, customers can review optical tooling products, applications, case stories, and handy technical references. Also found are pages regarding Brunson's extensive lineup of customer services: training courses, calibration, design and engineering consulting and contract manufacturing.

Brunson's new mobile application automatically formats to web-enabled smartphones, and is compatible with all major mobile smartphone platforms, including iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows. Customers can browse through product categories and features, view news and events, and access exclusive Brunson sales offers. A convenient Click-to-Call feature enables users to contact Brunson with just a push of a button. Updates to the original website, including text, images and content, are automatically synced with the mobile site in real time.

"We are very proud to roll out a new website that captures our expertise," says Brunson president Deighton Brunson. "Our goal was to deliver a high-value experience for our customers and highlight the innovations we contribute to the metrology arena. The site offers an overview of 3D metrology, case stories and customer profiles, and informative news and articles. This wealth of product and application know-how will help existing and potential customers find solutions for their most pressing measurement or alignment challenge."

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Brunson Instrument Co. develops, manufactures, and provides products, solutions, training, and services to deal with 3D measurement and alignment problems faced during the building, inspecting, and maintenance of large machines (e.g., aircraft, paper mills, satellites, ships, machine tools, particle accelerators, and automobiles). Brunson is also a private-label manufacturer for other metrology companies. Its headquarters and manufacturing facility are buried 80 feet below the surface of Kansas City, Missouri, the perfect place for a world-class precision manufacturing facility.