Thursday, April 26, 2012

Distribution area increased!

Fluke has announced an agreement with test equipment sourcing specialist, Livingston, adding new territories. This will see rental support in Britain and Ireland complementing the Fluke support services Livingston already offers across Germany and Benelux. It will cover Fluke’s entire industrial products portfolio, including power quality and energy monitoring, vibration testing and thermal imaging.

Fluke 810 Vibration Tester from Livingston!
Commenting on the new agreement, Mel Porter, Livingston’s CEO, stated, “Fluke is one of the world’s most recognised test equipment brands. All of us at Livingston are very pleased to see the relationship we have built with Fluke progress further, to include both British and Irish markets. This deal will allow potential Fluke customers to fully realise the benefits of equipment rental, giving them the option to easily upgrade their equipment as new technologies develop, as well as offering rapid access to more items of equipment if there is a sudden surge in test activity. Other operational costs and concerns that normally have to be factored in, such as insurance, calibration, maintenance, down time cover, etc, are negated, as they are all covered by our service.”

Steve Taylor, Fluke IG Regional Sales Manager – Britain & Ireland, added, “We are delighted to expand our partnership with Livingston. Among our latest products available for rent for industrial maintenance from Livingston in these countries are the handheld Fluke 810 Vibration Tester, designed and programmed to diagnose the most common mechanical problems of imbalance, looseness, misalignment and bearing failures in a wide variety of mechanical equipment; the latest, rugged Fluke Ti100, Ti110 and Ti125 Thermal Imagers, designed for plant technicians, HVAC/R professionals and electricians who need to maintain and inspect electrical and mechanical equipment and components; and the new Fluke 430 Series II three-phase Power Quality Analysers, the first tools to use a patented algorithm to measure electrical energy waste and quantify its cost.

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