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People Want Personalization, Not Commoditization
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Michael D. Shaw -- Expert in Health Care and Environmental Affairs Michael D. Shaw -- Expert in Health Care and Environmental Affairs
Washington , DC
Tuesday, September 04, 2018

 

Interscan Emphasizes That "One Size Fits All" Is A Non-Starter In The Gas Detection Business

Gas detection applications may have similarities, but it is rare indeed for two requirements to be exactly the same. After all, the environments might be slightly different, the personnel involved could have different levels of training, and potential measurement interferences could certainly vary. That's why Interscan encourages all who visit our website to furnish application details:

Years of experience have shown that proper applications engineering—before the sale—will result in a more satisfactory installation...and a more satisfied customer.

Grant McClure, Interscan's manager of special projects, understands how this commoditization of gas detection has taken place. "We're an industry that can trace our history back to detector tubes, canaries, and miner's safety lamps. There was not much room for individualization back then. Unfortunately, the mindset of some of our competitors has not changed with the times. "At Interscan, though, we are all about personalized service. Give us a try!"

The company invites your inquiries, and your toughest applications.

Interscan Corporation
4590 Ish Drive
Simi Valley, CA 93063-7682

Phone:    1 800 458-6153 (US and Canada)
               (818) 882-2331
FAX:       (818) 341-0642
Web:      www.gasdetection.com
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Michael D. Shaw
Executive VP/Director of Marketing
Interscan Corporation
Reston, VA
703-796-6063