July 13, 2021
Tulsa, Oklahoma – July 7, 2021 – MIRATECH Corporation, a global leader in providing cost-effective, reliable and mission critical emissions and acoustics solutions, announced the simultaneous launch of its redesigned website, MIRATECHCorp.com, and its external newsletter, the Global Emissions Monitor.
“With this latest version of the MIRATECH website and external newsletter, we wanted to enhance the user experience for all of our customers, partners, and internal users,” Tim Hanson, MIRATECH’s Marketing Coordinator said. “This new website is easier to navigate from any device and has a modern, clean look to match the trends in website design and boosts our digital experience for all our visitors.”
The enhanced functionality and responsiveness of the site and newsletter are optimized for use on desktop, tablet, or mobile devices. Focus was given to clearly providing customers various ways to contact MIRATECH for quotations or general information.
Additions to the new website include new pages about MIRATECH’s core markets (Power Generation, Energy Infrastructure, Gas Turbine, Industrial, Marine, OEM and Custom Solutions), a larger focus on services, and better usage of video and images. Updates to the Global Emissions Monitor are the look and feel, the global and local content, and a focus on relevance of articles provided.
Still incorporated in the redesigned website are comprehensive information on all product offerings, access requests for the Catalyzer Silencer Sizing Tool, various regulatory resources, and general information about MIRATECH. MIRATECH’s Careers page will continue to provide all the latest information on MIRATECH employment opportunities.
To visit the new website, go to www.MIRATECHCorp.com.
MIRATECH is a Tulsa, Oklahoma, based leader in providing environmentally sound emission and acoustic solutions for global users of stationary natural gas and diesel reciprocating engines. Current products and service offering include: NSCR, SCR, and DPF catalyst systems, silencers, and exhaust piping; catalyst/DPF monitoring and control systems; heat recovery systems; training programs; project management; and technical field service.