Wetroom workshop held by Schlanduuml;ter-Systems at Wembley arena

  • 12 Jan 2015

The workshop was attended by 30 tilers who worked in teams to install wetrooms and underfloor heating systems with Schluter-System’s products

Schlanduuml;ter-Systems recently hosted an interactive training workshop for 30 tiling professionals at Wembely Stadium.

Organised to enhance the knowledge of tilers, the workshop saw professionals from across London and the South of England attempt to assemble an entire wetroom and underfloor heating area.

By using products from Schlanduuml;ter’s range – such as its underfloor heating system DITRA-HEAT-E, its linear drain channel system KERDI-LINE and its KERDI-SHOWER, as well as KERDI-BOARD, its universal substrate preparation board – the event was also used to familiarise existing and potential customers with its new and updated products.

After an introduction, Schlanduuml;ter’s Technical and Training Services team delivered a live demonstration of the wetroom and underfloor heating’s installation before the attendees were encouraged to do the same.

Schluter-Systems
Units 3-5 Bardon 22
Beveridge Lane
Coalville
Leicestershire
LE67 1TE
UK

01530 813396

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