Posted 6th February

Aqualisa brings back mixer shower training sessions

By KBBDaily on 6th February 2019 - 10:32am
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Westerham, Kent-based shower manufacturer Aqualisa has brought back its mixer shower training sessions due to installer demand, with the company noting that bar mixer sales account for 40% of the overall shower market.

The course will take place at Aqualisa’s Kent head office as well as in Leeds and Nottingham. It will cover an introduction to the brand, an overview of Aqualisa’s Bi-Metallic range and Wax-Stat ‘bar’ and concentric range, and a guide on Aqualisa’s electric showers.

“Aqualisa has a rich history in mixer technology; inventors of the UK’s first bi-metallic thermal coil, the company has redefined the way mixer showers work and the way people shower,” said Aqualisa channel marketing manager Vicky Daniels.

“40 years later, Aqualisa are still industry leaders in mixer technology and are delighted to re-launch its mixer training sessions throughout the UK. Installers play a central role in product specification and as such it’s important that they are aware of the latest innovations in mixer technology.”

Daniels added: “The new mixer sessions introduce installers to the full range of Aqualisa mixer and electric showers available and provides them with hands on installation practice to make fitting on site just that little bit simpler.”


Book your place:

aqualisa.co.uk/training


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