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Phoenix upgrades brake systems website

Posted on May 28, 2014

Phoenix Systems LLC announced it has launched a major update to its website, www.brakebleeder.com, to give customers better access to the company's brake bleeding and testing products and information.

Through the newly launched site, customers can purchase BrakeStrips, the company's signature brake fluid testing system, brake bleeders, and the specialty tools and accessories needed to use these products. Customers can also access interactive videos, training material and other resources to help them maximize the use of these products.

"Our customers have long trusted Phoenix Systems for their brake testing needs, but we wanted to make our products easy to find, and even easier to implement. Through the new website, our customers can easily find what they need, and the information they need to use it well. We've even included interactive videos to make our products as user-friendly as possible," said Ben Martinsen, vice president of Marketing and Operations.

The company says one of the more popular products on BrakeBleeder.com is the V12 Reverse Brake Bleeder Kit. This product is designed for professionals who need an entry-level brake bleeder but have a tight budget.

Phoenix Systems' BrakeStrips are also available through the new site. BrakeStrips offer a 60-second test that shows serious brake system problems before they occur, allowing technicians to attend to the necessary repairs before serious problems occur.

Related Topics: Ben Martinsen, brake fluid testing, BrakeStrips, Phoenix Systems LLC, Reverse Brake Bleeder Kit

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