Watts Industries UK is delighted to announce to that our revolutionary scale prevention system OneFlow® range is now fully KIWA regulation 4 (KUKreg4) certified. This rigorous testing ensures that our OneFlow® products comply with Regulation 4 of the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999.
We are delighted to be reopening our purpose-built Training Academy at our St Neots headquarters for in-person learning this April. We're beginning our new programme with free training from SOCLA's Thierry LeGros on Backflow prevention, check valves and other SOCLA products with Jonathan Price from KIWA presenting on regulation 4.
Watts Industries UK is excited to announce a new collaboration on Watts’ SOCLA valves with OWM Group in Aberdeen. OWM Group is the global authority in water management and compliance to give customers complete confidence in their water operations.  Their highly specialist services include consultancy, compliance, products, training, advice and support to the Oil and Gas and Marine sectors.
Following the successful launch of its purpose-built Training Academy in St Neots, Watts Industries UK is proud to announce the launch of its new e-learning portal, Watts Works Online. The new training courses are designed to fit into busy schedules while supporting customers to connect with Watts’ products and further their sector knowledge.
The E14 has been replaced by our updated and improved, E15 range of temperature controllers. Once the small stock of E14 controllers has been sold, all orders will be fulfilled with the E15.
Watts Industries UK is proud to announce our brand new, accredited CPD about gas safety shut-off valves. At Watts, we know that safety and reliability are important factors when it comes to any gas control products which is why we have created this new CPD to share our expertise. The two-hour CPD training session includes an introduction to safety shut-off valves, valve technology as well as energy efficiency and monitoring systems for gas safety isolation in both commercial and industrial applications. There is also an overview of the use of traditional systems versus new technology in the form of electro-hydraulic systems.