Bentek Solar Launches CTO Solar Combiner Configurator

The Bentek Solar configure-to-order (CTO) configurator simplifies the configuration and quoting of custom CTO solar combiners.

SAN JOSE, CA ― July 2010 - Bentek Solar, a leader in manufacturing and engineering solutions for complex electro-mechanical and power distribution systems for the semiconductor and solar industries, launches the new Bentek Solar Configure-To-Order (CTO) Solar Combiner Configurator.

"The Bentek Solar CTO configurator simplifies the configuration and quoting of custom CTO solar combiners. This tool has been designed to meet the needs of the marketplace for fast, accurate response to system designs and costs for complex components, and provides quotes to our customers within 24 hours or less. It is all about the ease of doing business with Bentek Solar and yet exceeding the exacting needs of our customers," said John H. Buckley, leading sales and marketing at Bentek Solar.
For more information or to try the Bentek Solar CTO configurator, call 1-866-505-0303 or e-mail JohnB@Bentek.com. To view the Bentek Solar online data sheets, visit www.BentekSolar.com.
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About Bentek Solar
Founded in 1985, Bentek is a leader in manufacturing and engineering solutions for complex electro-mechanical and power distribution systems for the semiconductor and solar industries. Bentek has applied these extensive capabilities and knowledge into a comprehensive family of standard and configure-to-order (CTO) solar combiner products. These solar combiners provide quality, ease of installation and safety to the solar industry. For more information, contact Bentek Solar at 866-505-0303, e-mail JohnB@bentek.com or visit www.BentekSolar.com.

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