What to look for when purchasing an EMF pipe and cable locator (Part 2)


Aside from considering the type of function the equipment will have, the next thing to take note of is the training that the newly purchased equipment will require. Although training is highly imperative for the less experienced operator, even the most experienced operators will benefit greatly from undergoing training with a knowledgeable salesperson so you can get the most out of your new instrument. The extensive training programs offered by NULCA can educate new and old operators alike, but getting training directly from manufacturers and suppliers of each locator you purchase can show you the specific benefits of your equipment.
Lastly, it’s just as important to think about the available after sales service for your equipment as the actual purchase of the equipment itself. The existence of a full-service center that’s locally accessible can play a huge part in making repairs and replacement possible without too much hassle. Other things to check is their turnaround time for repairs (if they’re done locally or have to be sent overseas) and if they have a loan/rent system available to avoid lengthy downtimes if your locator is in repair for weeks. To read the full article, click here

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