SCRANTON, Pa., Aug. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Vycom today announced the development and launch of a new and improved website. The refreshed site provides added functionality, is easier to search and navigate, and features bolder graphics and images. The site is also easier to view on-the-go, with improved functionality on iPads and smart phones.
The site features higher impact visuals and up-close images of applications for its seven families of Olefin and PVC products. And, it integrates Vycom's new Designboard HDPE product line and offers new Flametec how-to videos with welding tips for clean room and semiconductor cabinetry.
When Vycom consolidated into seven product families three years ago, it made purchasing across the product families much easier. "We have a renewed mission to make the entire selection and buying process easier for our customers at every level," said Don Wharton, President. "I think our re-launched web site reflects and supports that goal."
He added, "The Vycom web site has improved functionality with a built-in a framework that is easier to search." More intuitive and visual, it's easy to move from one family to another for easier information gathering and multiple product line ordering. For example, as the user clicks on each product family, bold, detailed images show the product in use in various applications to reinforce the product descriptions.
Vycom's seven distinct product families serving a diverse mix of markets include: Playboard® sheet material for parks and recreation; Corrtec® chemical and corrosion resistant materials; Celtec® graphic display boards; Flametec® semiconductor and clean room cabinetry; Seaboard® for outdoor furniture and marine components; Sanatec® for food processing and cutting boards; and Designboard for outdoor cabinetry, store fixtures, and display materials .
Vycom, a division of CPG International, is dedicated to maintaining an environment where quality meets performance. Vycom offers the largest range of products, capabilities and inventory for all your Olefin and PVC needs. For more information, visit http://www.vycomplastics.com.