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Replacement Turbine Control Parts Easier to Find on Didriksons Redesigned Website

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New replacement parts website minimizes time needed to find correct parts for any job.

Lufkin, TX, United States of America – March 12, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Didrikson Associates Inc proudly announces the launch of their completely redesigned website, a website which now makes it easier to locate needed replacement parts quickly. “Thanks to the new site design, customers quickly locate replacement parts right from the menu. For those in need of their repair services, this information is also prominently displayed at the top of the home page, reducing the time clients spend on the website, increasing their company productivity,” Rhon Didrikson explains.

As the website explains, clients have three choices. One may opt to have their current electrical or electronic control parts repaired, the client may choose to replace them or they may opt to use the supply available through Didrikson Associates Inc. “Each client comes with his or her particular needs and the company understands this. Various GE Mark cards continue to be popular with clients, along with flame detectors and Woodward controls and valves. These are just a few of the products offered through the newly redesigned website,” Didrikson states.

Turbine controls for both steam and gas machines are made to utilize the maximum available energy to ensure the unit operates at optimum performance. When controls fail to function as designed, companies experience downtime and a loss of productivity. To ensure system integrity, replacement parts need to meet design specs at all times. According to Didrikson, a variety of components are offered to ensure the client’s system functions as designed at all times.

To validate the correct specifications are present for parts purchased through Didrikson Associates Inc, the company provides Test Certifications and Genuine GE Repairs straight from the OEM. “This sets the company apart from many others, and clients appreciate having this information on hand to ensure their equipment meets performance expectations,” Didrikson continues.

Didrikson Associates Inc offers competitive prices which meet or beat the majority of third party repair companies. The website lists a wide array of parts for turbines, and clients who are unable to locate the necessary piece may contact the company to determine if the required part may be obtained. “Didrikson Associates strives to keep costs low as we wish to be a client’s first choice for control parts and service. We understand the need for cost containment and work closely with clients to keep prices down wherever possible,” Didrikson declares.

About Didrikson Associates Inc:
Didrikson Associates Inc, a major control card supplier for steam and gas suppliers for more than two decades, offers critical control system parts. The company website and the many services offered by Didrikson Associates ensure clients obtain a cost-effective alternative to turbine replacement parts for both steam and gas machines. Didrikson Associates Inc handles all details of electronic control and electrical repairs, doing so to minimize the work loads of their clients.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.didrikson.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Paul Didrikson
Email: sales@didrikson.com
Phone: (936) 632-7861
Organization: Didrikson Associates Inc

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