Consolidated Sterilizers Launches New, User-focused Website

Arthur Trapotsis
Written by: Arthur Trapotsis

MS Biochemical Engineering, MBA, Consultant

BOSTON, MA, AUGUST 13, 2012 – Consolidated Sterilizer Systems today announced the launch of their new, customer-focused website at has been an online repository for information on Consolidated’s products, company news, and latest releases for the past several years. However, CEO Arthur Trapotsis decided it was time for a facelift as more customers are looking online for sterilizer information and product resources.

According to Arthur Trapotsis, “Consolidated Sterilizers’ website is not only a portrayal of our brand, but also a chance to interact with our customers. They can find resources on our products, new design innovations, and important information about the company all in one, convenient online location.”

The new website launch has updated Consolidated’s presence stylistically, but includes important customer-focused features as well. Streamlined site navigation makes it easier to find the products customers are searching for, while the “Smart Options” page can help readers choose add-on features to enhance the performance of their units. An online resource library contains downloadable specification sheets, helpful How-To Videos, and technical articles to help readers learn more about maximizing the benefits of their sterilizers.

“We wanted to include features on our site that not only improved the ‘look and feel’ of the online experience, but had additional functionality as well.” says Trapotsis. “That’s why we developed the Architect Resource Center and added Social Media links throughout the site. . We want our customers to be as connected to us as possible.”

Consolidated Sterilizer Systems is an industry leader in development and manufacturing of gravity and pre-vacuum steam sterilizers with advanced programmable logic controllers configured for clinical, academic, life science, pharmaceutical and industrial applications. Consolidated products are 100% made in the U.S.A. and built with non-proprietary parts to assure local service efficiencies for maximum uptime. For information visit


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