Helac Corp. Launches Website for Rotary Actuator Parts

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Helac Corporation, provider of helical, hydraulic rotary actuators and construction attachments, launched a new e-commerce website.  The new site (www.helac.com/store) allows customers to buy seals, bearings and valves online for Helac Corporation's standard Rotary Actuator product lines, including L10, L20, L30, HP and T20 Series. Customers are able to search by product model, part number and serial number. 

 
“Our goal is to be easy to do business with and the e-commerce site is a step in the right direction.  In the future, we will be expanding our product offerings on this site.” said Paul Swann, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Helac Corporation.
 

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