01 March 2011
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Catalogue download saves time

Although hard copy catalogues have always proved popular, these days many engineers say they find it easier to access the catalogue as a digital download from a website.

Lee Spring has responded to its customers' preferences and published its latest catalogue has in both hard copy and digital format. Interested parties can now order a printed catalogue or download the digital version online.

Downloading the complete a 12 MB catalogue file may take a few minutes so to save time, the catalogue has been split into digital sections and made searchable. This means engineers' who have an interest in a particular spring or require information on a product appearing in the catalogue for the first time, can click on the relevant heading and download only the appropriate pages in seconds.

The content of the catalogue itself offers some new additions worthy of note: new sizes of compression and wave springs, recently introduced stronger LeeP plastic composite, and Bantam compression make their first appearance in the listings. There is also an increased focus on custom spring design and manufacturing services.

Meet Lee Spring at the FAST Exhibition SOUTHWEST at the Haynes Motor Museum nr Yeovil on 12th May.

Paul Gay

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