Watts Announces Opening of Learning Center

April 21, 2016
Facility will offer hands-on experience with company's technologies

Watts Water Technologies Inc. announced the grand opening of the Watts Works Learning Center, a facility where customers, distributors, sales representatives and others can obtain hands-on experience with the company's plumbing, HVAC, and water quality products and technologies. The 12,000-sq-ft facility includes configurable classrooms, demonstration labs, and working mechanical rooms that showcase Watts products in action.

Based at Watts headquarters in North Andover, Mass., the Watts Works Learning Center is the company's flagship facility in an enhanced learning program that includes venues at other Watts Americas locations. Through the program, courses in four categories will be offered: pressure regulation & control, HVAC (hydronic and electric), cross-connection control and temperature regulation & control.

"Our world-class learning facility is just one component in our ongoing investment in our customers," said Robert J Pagano, Jr., chief executive officer for Watts Water Technologies. "Through the Watts Works learning program, we are providing customers the opportunity to enhance their skills and knowledge of a broad range of plumbing, HVAC and water quality products. In our comprehensive classes led by professional instructors and in hands-on demonstration labs, customers will be able to enrich their professional skills."

The grand opening was celebrated with a tour of the new facility by more than 450 guests, including customers, sales representatives, associates, and invited guests.

Source: Watts Water Technologies Inc.

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