Brennan Industries Launches New Website

Press Release
Friday, October 05, 2012

Brennan Industries, Inc., a international supplier of hydraulic fittings and adapters, has launched a new website at with its online parts catalog, configurator and a free CAD download solution.

The user-friendly website allows designers to conduct a search of available parts, view the parts in 3-D, and then download the CAD model that can be included directly in customers’ design or specification documents. More than 8,000 individual hydraulic fittings and adapters are available in 3-D CAD models. Designers can select two types of CAD models (with or without threads) that supply lightweight or heavyweight models, depending on the users’ needs.

“Product selection and buying has changed, and now customers commonly research and select products online,” said David M. Carr, president, Brennan Industries. “Our website now incorporates a searchable product catalog, including product comparison and customer attribute selection from a table, so it’s easy to find and select the right product. Downloadable CAD models are available to save customers time as they specify products into their designs.”


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