Smoke meter 'scrappage'

Firm extends trade-in offer on anylisers

Published:  12 September, 2011

Diagnostic and MOT equipment maker Crypton has announced that it will be extending it's 'scrappage' scheme for gas analysers and smoke machines.

The marketing ploy means that participants could trade in their old device and get up to £2000 off the list price for a new combined gas and smoke machine until the end of September.

Additionally, the firm is also offering a lease deal which can be taken with an insurance package that includes regular calibrations and MOT annual updates.

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