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Dayco adds 360 degree images to website

Posted on July 31, 2014

Dayco Products LLC has added high-resolution, 360 degree images of its automatic belt tensioner products to its website and electronic catalog.

The 360 degree images are viewable on desktop and laptop computers, as well as smartphones and tablets.

“This new feature gives our customers the ability to view all sides and angles of the product prior to purchasing, ensuring they have selected the appropriate part for their application,” says Robert Christy, director of marketing for Dayco.

The company says users may zoom in on the 360 degree images to view intricate details of Dayco’s automatic belt tensioners. This feature gives users the ability to view the design and elements of Dayco’s premium line of automotive aftermarket products.

“This is the most life-like way to view products online, and we know many consumers do research online prior to making a purchase,” says Sherry Mathis, manager of sales and Marketing Technology.

“Dayco will continue to explore innovative technologies in order to enhance the delivery of product application information to the end-user.”

Dayco will continue to add this feature to other product lines in the future. To view an example of Dayco’s 360 degree image technology, click here

Dayco Products researches, designs, manufacturs and distributes belts, tensioners, hose, pulleys and hydraulics equipment for the automotive, trucking, construction, agricultural, ATV, snowmobile and industrial markets.

Related Topics: Dayco Products LLC, Robert Christy

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