New Interactive Website Launched
Nov 04 2016 Read 690 Times
Romil is proud to announce the launch of its new website, an easy-to-use, interactive resource for laboratory professionals requiring high purity solvents, acids, reagents and reference materials. This user-friendly, comprehensive reference site has been redesigned from the ground up and optimised for PCs, tablets and smartphones, allowing straightforward browsing of the product catalogue.
At the core of the website lies the interactive user interface, with individual pods enabling rapid, easy access to different product ranges directly from the home page. For ease of use, the product catalogue can be searched in several ways; by product name or number, alphabetical product listing or application. A drop-down menu shows product specifications, and search results can be refined and printed. To ensure using the site is as simple as possible, customers have the option to create a myROMIL account, allowing safety data sheets and certificates of analysis to be downloaded – and the download history viewed – and favourite products to be stored for quick and easy access at a later date. The website also includes a Chemical snippet of the day – highlighting fascinating facts and lesser known curiosities – as well as links to additional online resources, providing further information about each chemical and publications citing Romil, and allowing scientists to discover the varied applications of the company’s products.
Discover the world of Romil for yourself at www.romil.com
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