National-Spencer Offers Online Lubrication Information

Thursday, March 08, 2001
National-Spencer, Inc. now offers expanded access to its full line of lubrication equipment through a new and improved web site. Their internet address is http://www.zeeline.com. This upgraded, interactive web site features an online database of industrial-grade transfer and storage products for use in manufacturing, automotive service, HVAC service, equipment service and plant management settings as well as others. The improved web site also features a "Quick Find" function where products can be found just by typing in the model number or product type. Detailed information is also provided for all of the products including pressure specifications, dimensions, storage capacities and recommended uses.

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