Ariston has been shortlisted in two categories at the H&V News Awards 2017. The company’s Ariston NET system is competing for the title of ‘Domestic Heating Product of the Year’, while the Ariston Academy is vying to be named ‘Training Initiative of the Year’. Winners will be announced at the awards dinner, which takes place at London’s Grosvenor Hotel on 20 April 2017.
Mustafa Findik, Managing Director at Ariston, said: “We are delighted to have been shortlisted in two categories at the H&V News Awards, which are recognised for acknowledging innovation and quality throughout the industry. Being nominated for Domestic Heating Product of the Year is testament to Ariston’s commitment to energy efficient heating technologies, while recognition in the Training Initiative of the Year category illustrates our dedication and investment in supporting our customers.”
Compatible with Ariston’s range of evo boilers, Ariston NET utilises all the features and benefits of the company’s Sensys system, allowing end users to remotely control their boiler at any time, from any location, via a tablet or smartphone app. The app also boasts a number of operational modes and programs, as well as a series of energy recommendations and management tips. Plus, Ariston NET also has remote diagnostic capabilities, enabling the monitoring of boilers in real time.
Furthermore, the Ariston Academy training initiative has seen the company introduce 16 new training facilities nationwide, providing courses on ‘boiler installation and service including fault finding’ and also ‘remote diagnostics’. This was further supported by Ariston introducing new training literature and installer packs, as well as a complete rebrand and overhaul of its specialist display and training vehicle (DTV).