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ClassOne Equipment, a leading supplier of high quality, reconditioned semiconductor and nanotechnology equipment, announced this week the launch of its new website.
ClassOne Equipment Launches New Web Site
Decatur, GA | Posted on January 3rd, 2007
The new website features a completely new look and feel, more intuitive navigation to specific equipment categories and listings, and several sections with new content about the company's reconditioning process, installation & training process, warranty terms, and more.
One of the site's most useful sections is the new Reconditioning Process Page. This new section outlines ClassOne's specific refurbishing processes for its primary areas of focus and expertise: Karl Suss Mask Aligners, Wet Process Benches, Lapping & Polishing Systems, Nanospec Series Thin Film Measurement Systems, Semitool & Verteq Spin Rinse Dryers, with more sections to be added soon. This section documents the level of detail that each system goes through to ensure it meets or exceeds all OEM specifications prior to shipment.
With release of the new and improved web site, ClassOne's goal is to make the user's experience on its website informative, logical, intuitive and enjoyable. We also seek to answer many of the questions and address many of the concerns that customers have about the process of buying reconditioned equipment from ClassOne Equipment; from the time the order is placed until the product is received at the customer's door. As customers will see, it is the process, detail and care that sets ClassOne Equipment apart from the rest of its competitors.
For more information or to visit our web site, go to: http://www.ClassOneEquipment.com
About ClassOne Equipment, Inc.
ClassOne Equipment is a leading supplier of high quality reconditioned semiconductor equipment, offering a wide range of wafer process and metrology equipment including wet benches, mask aligners, photoresist coat & develop systems, etchers, polishers, dicing saws, microscopes, and more. ClassOne’s equipment is fully reconditioned to meet or exceed factory specifications. All equipment is sold with a 3-month warranty and full specifications guarantee. ClassOne also purchases surplus equipment.
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