Wilcoxon Web site adds Spanish-language area

Wilcoxon Research

Meggitt, a leading supplier of quality vibration sensors and sensor networks, has added a Spanish-language page to the www.wilcoxon.com Web site, which focuses on vibration sensors for industrial machinery health monitoring.

The Spanish-language page on Wilcoxon.com features an introduction to Meggitt’s Wilcoxon Research product line of industrial accelerometers. It also features translated data sheets so that Spanish-speaking customers across the world can view specifications for the most popular Wilcoxon Research products in their own language. Ten data sheets provide detailed specifications for over 30 sensors and related products.

The Spanish-language page can be accessed by going directly to http://www.wilcoxon.com/lang_spanish.cfm or by going to http://www.wilcoxon.com/ and selecting “En Español” in the upper right corner. From there, Spanish speakers can learn about Meggitt’s Wilcoxon Research product line and open and save specifications for popular products. A broader selection of products and specifications can be found in English on the main wilcoxon.com Web site.

“Spanish is the third most common language globally and the second most common language in the U.S.,” said Tom Smith, vice president of sales and marketing for Wilcoxon Research Products. “Now this important group of customers, including many in emerging markets in South America, can connect with Meggitt in their native language on wilcoxon.com.” Meggitt also has Spanish-speaking resellers in Latin America and Spain to further meet the needs of these customers.

Meggitt’s Wilcoxon Research accelerometers for industrial machinery health monitoring are commonly used on motors, pumps, fans, compressors and turbines. They are designed for condition-based maintenance and predictive maintenance programs in industries such as oil and gas, chemical processing, power generation, petrochemical, food processing, pharmaceuticals, railways, wind power generation, steel making, water and waste water, nuclear, machine tool, and pulp and paper. 

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