Triton's YouTube channel.

Triton launches YouTube channel

Published:  22 October, 2009

NUNEATON: Triton has launched its own information channel on YouTube, featuring its training material and handy step-by-step ‘how to fit’ guides.

Allowing installers’ instant access to DVD footage of the installation of showers such as its Sirona Satellites mixer shower and T300si wireless electric showers, the channel also features at-a-glance static descriptions and image of how to install popular products like the T80Z Z Uni-Fit kit and easy-fit bar mixer brackets – making it an ideal, instant research tool.

Lorna Fellowes, managing director at Triton, commented: “The internet has become invaluable when it comes to researching and selecting products. Being able to display training DVD’s and fitting guides online now means that installers are able to brush up on vital installation techniques anytime – from the comfort of their home or even out on a job.”

The introduction of the YouTube channel adds to Triton’s already strong online presence. The recently launched new look website has a ‘register only’ section that also allows access to an ‘installer forum’ – where installers can talk to others online about ideal products, find valuable solutions to specific issues, and discuss shower installation experiences with those in the field.

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