Sea Tech, Caframo redesign Web sites

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Sea Tech revamped its Web site to make finding products easier and quicker.

The new detailed product pages include photos, descriptions and literature links. 

The new Web site also provides downloadable literature, including specification sheets, installation instructions and sales brochures.

Sea Tech, a division of Watts Water Technologies, is based in Wilmington, N.C. The company provides solutions for plumbing connection needs and offers a range of quick-connect fittings, valves and manifolds.

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Canadian fan manufacturer Caframo launched a new Web site with expanded content to serve the needs of boaters, builders and dealers around the world.

For boaters, the site features a new worldwide where-to-buy directory, online product warranty registration, and downloadable product user manuals. Dealers now have access to a worldwide list of Caframo distributors, full product specifications and downloadable product images and diagrams for marketing and customer service purposes.

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