New website features

Posted on Thursday, 23 August 2018 at 11:20

Today, Rhosonics introduces a new version of the corporate website. Several changes were made to the previous lay-out, including a new full-width adaptive template for a better user experience on different devices. Also some additional features have been added, such as video integration, a special page for case studies and landing pages in different languages.

One of the new features is that website visitors can now learn about the company in the world's major languages such as Spanish, Chinese and French. On these new language pages, visitors can read the full company description and watch a subtitled version of the new corporate video of Rhosonics. Additionally, contact details of local Rhosonics representatives are shown at the bottom of these pages. The additional languages are available on the website as a service for Rhosonics customers who are not familiar with the English language. The different language pages can be found by clicking on the flag icons in the top right corner of the website.

Another change is that the website is more focused on customer cases. You can find case studies about installations by clicking on the new menu item "Cases". These case studies are describing the project and specific application for our measuring instruments.

Currently two case studies are displayed on the Cases page, both about the non-nuclear SDM Slurry Density Meter. These cases describe the applications of density measurement in the thickener underflow of the Poderosa mineral processing plant in Peru and density measurement during dredging operations by Beens Dredging in the Netherlands. In the future more cases will be added to this page.

The website is created and hosted by the Dutch advertising agency Het Ontwerp Departement.

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