Hydac launches e-commerce store
Visitors to the site can purchase products without needing to have a Hydac account, and simply pay by Visa, Mastercard or PayPal at the checkout.
For Hydac customers there is also the MY HYDAC portal that will replace the current HYSPEED program.
Students can now also enrol and pay for Hydac courses online. This function is available on both websites, Australia and New Zealand. Students can also purchase the textbook and order the National Recognised certificate.
Technical podcasts are also available on Podbean, HYDAC Tools, Google Podcast, Spotify and the Hydac website. New content will be shared weekly with topics related to hydraulics and automation and control.
For those needing support, a live chat service will be available during Melbourne business hours (8.30 am to 5.00 pm AEST, Monday to Friday), and Hydac’s customer service team will be available to help with any enquires.
Besides the things mentioned above, the new website has some other updated features, such as:
- A smart search feature
- Product attributes selection in the Electronics and Hydraulic Filters section, enabling the ability to (for example) select a sensor that has a specific mechanical or electrical connection
- A News section filter to select news by industry and by post type; for instance, users can choose to see only case studies related to the power generation industry
- 3D drawings for many of Hydac’s part numbers
- Updated product images.
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