Industry2Industry.com Rolls Out Online Calculator Program

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In an additional effort to support the industrial community Industry2Industry has rolled out a new online calculator program and is looking to add to the new calculator section with more industry-specific calculators.

Industry2Industry.com, an industry-specific search engine, accepts free listings from companies that offer industrial goods and services that would be purchased by industrial purchasing executives. Industry2Industry.com is unique because associations, other directories, and sites that do not sell directly to the industrial buyer are not included in their search results.

“We’re a major search engine with an industrial filter that only serves up company web sites that offer the appropriate commodity items,” explains Mary Wells, managing editor of Industry2Industry. “Site owners that fit this description are encouraged to submit their sites. Site submissions that do not fit our criteria are not accepted.”

In an additional effort to support the industrial community Industry2Industry has rolled out a new online calculator program and is looking to add to the new calculator section with more industry-specific calculators. The section currently boasts three calculators: Calculating BTU for process liquid chillers, Sizing Actuators for Damper Applications, and Temperature Conversion. Visitors can request a calculator that they would find useful by simply completing the online calculator request form. There is no charge for requesting a specific calculator.

Companies who would like to sponsor a calculator can do so by completing the same calculator request form and entering the additional information required. A company sponsoring a calculator receives a link to their website and a brief description of their company’s offerings. The fee to sponsor a calculator is a one-time $100U.S. – the sponsorship is then for the life of the calculator page.

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