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Chroma Increases Warranty on Safety Test Instruments

Chroma increases its standard warranty to two (2) years on new hipot and electronic safety test instruments purchased in North America.

Chroma Systems Solutions, Inc. announces today that it has increased the standard warranty on new hipot and electronic safety test instruments (EST) purchased in North America to two (2) years. This increase in warranty assures that new Chroma EST instruments will be free from defects in workmanship for a period of up to two years from the date of shipment. This increase in warranty illustrates Chroma’s continuous commitment to quality, innovation and providing the best possible solution for your testing requirements.

The two year warranty is provided at no additional cost to the buyer. While it is not a requirement of the warranty, Chroma recommends users calibrate their instruments at the factory level to ensure their instruments are calibrated correctly. Chroma provides two service locations that perform calibrations for their customers.

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