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Find original spare parts using the new SmartCatalog

Our new SmartCatalog* app makes it possible to find and order original Plasser & Theurer spare parts easier, faster and safer.

In addition to the usual spare parts catalogues, the new SmartCatalog app is a modern option to identify and order original Plasser & Theurer spare parts. The app runs on all smartphones and tablets with iOS or Android operating systems. It contains the relevant information also provided by the printed spare parts catalogues. 

Convenient search function for quick results

The new app is structured similar to a printed catalogue. Therefore, you can search for spare parts as usual. However, it provides a convenient search function. Enter the part number, IT number, title or spare parts sheet number and the system will automatically show the required parts.

Safely identify more than 40,000 parts 

In addition, the app shows more than 40,000 spare parts photos. This makes it easier to safely identify the required parts.

Direct inquiry via integrated inquiry list 

An integrated function enables the inquiry of required parts. This prevents mistakes that can occur when copying the information from the printed catalogue. The inquiry can either be sent directly to your service partner at Plasser & Theurer or to the procurement department at your company. 

Available online and off-line

The SmartCatalog app is tailored to your individual needs. This is why you will exclusively receive data relevant to your machine fleet. This data is loaded to your smartphone or tablet where it will also be available off-line. If the catalogue is amended, an updated version will automatically be made available for download.

For standard machines built as of 2006

Like the printed catalogue, the app is, of course, available in several languages. Upon request, app content is available for standard machines built as of 2006. For more detailed information on the new SmartCatalog app visit our stand at iaf 2017 or send an email to: 

* This offer is currently only available in Europe.