Salus is taking its new mobile demonstration unit on tour.

Salus takes to the road

Published:  30 April, 2014

Salus has unveiled a new mobile demonstration unit, which will visit merchants and installers across the nation in a bid to raise awareness and promote its internet-enabled heating controls.

Offering merchants and installers the opportunity to trial the full product range on site, while receiving first-hand training from qualified Salus representatives, the unit is equipped with an LCD screen for presentations and product demonstration videos, alongside a seating and refreshment area.

Specific information and advice on the operation and installation of the latest iT500 and iT500BM internet-enabled thermostat controls will also be provided.

In addition, a competition will run for those who spot the travelling unit and there will also be entry into a prize draw for those who actually visit it. Furthermore, a certificate will be awarded to those installers who become fully product trained on the latest products.

“We appreciate that it can be difficult for busy merchants and installers to find the time to attend trade shows and find out about new products,” acknowledged Dean Jepson, Salus Controls’ European managing director.

“It is integral to Salus to build relationships with installers – and what better way to do so than to bring our products to them?”

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