The Fel-Pro CounterPro training program for automotive parts counterpeople and other automotive professionals who sell or install gaskets is now available on-line Accessible through the www.federal-mogul.com website, The Fel-Pro CounterPro training program offers in-depth technical information covering gasket design and performance for a full range of popular applications, selling tips to help counter professionals better serve their customers while being more profitable, and catalog reference tips to enable the user to faster and more efficiently find the right answers and the right parts. The program also helps users identify the best solution for virtually any difficult sealing problem; this exclusive problem-solving approach has been a trademark of the Fel-Pro brand for more than 80 years. “CounterPro is the standard by which all other gasket training tools are measured,” said Raymond King, director of marketing, Sealing Systems, for Federal-Mogul. “Thousands of counter sales professionals have relied on this vital resource to keep in step with the sealing demands of today’s automotive and high-performance engines. Now an even wider audience of professionals — including engine builders — can become certified engine sealing experts by using our interactive online version.” The online version enables users to review all technical information, sales tips, catalog skills items and other content offered in the historically print-based version, then to complete an interactive exam to achieve CounterPro certification. Once the user is certified, he or she can print out a personalized full-color “Certificate of Sealing Expertise” for display. CounterPro offers a wealth of information designed to help counter professionals and their customers obtain a superior seal on every job. This technical information covers the latest trends in cylinder head, valve cover, oil pan and intake manifold gaskets, as well as valve stem and rear main bearing seals. The extensive “Problem Solvers” section details exclusive Fel- Pro solutions for applications with historically high incidences of gasket- related comebacks.