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New Bal Seal website designed to help designers find solutions fast

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Bal Seal Engineering, Inc., has announced the launch of its new website at The mobile-friendly site, which features streamlined product performance data, real-world application examples, and an expanded technical library, is available in 11 languages.

According to Global Sales and Marketing Vice President Gary Stoffer, the new site gives visitors faster access to information about the company’s Bal Seal® spring-energised seals, Bal Spring® canted coil springs, and Bal Contact® electrical contacts. The underlying philosophy of its design, he says, is to “make every click count.”

“For engineers who want to take their designs to the next level, the journey has never been easier,” says Stoffer. “As part of this process, we re-examined the way we categorise and present the valuable materials we’ve developed over the past 60 years. Our goal was to put every relevant asset we had about an industry or product in one place, and get visitors there fast.”

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