New Locator Finds Buried Electric

XTpc+  XTpc+

Kearneysville, WV, March 20, 2015 – Schonstedt Instrument Company has introduced the XTpc+, the latest addition to their family of Pipe & Cable Locators. The “Plus” is the multi-frequency version of the Schonstedt XTpc, the most portable underground locator on the market today.

The cost of hitting buried electric utilities, in both time and resources, can bring your project to a dead stop, often costing hundreds if not thousands to fix. The Schonstedt XTpc+ Multi-Frequency Pipe & Cable Locator should have a place in every electrical contractor’s toolkit, and can pay for itself in just a few uses. A first of its kind, this newest member of the Schonstedt XTpc family features a lightweight, compact receiver coupled with a powerful 5-watt transmitter for accuracy and versatility. The  XTpc+ is simple, effective, affordable, and carries a 3-year warranty.

Schonstedt LogoContact: Bob Ebberson
Call: 1-800-999-8280
Click: www.Schonstedt.com
Schonstedt Instrument Company
100 Edmond Road , Kearneysville, WV  25430  USA

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