Customer Demonstration and Training Room

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You may or may not be aware but we’re building a new customer demonstration and training area at SEP HQ. This is the first time we’ve had space to do this, so we’re quite excited!

We’re designing it to be a fully comprehensive facility for our products and our intention is to eventually be able to demonstrate almost everything we sell: air compressors, Zone Guardian, priority demand valves, monitored ball valves, both sprinkler and wet riser pump initiation boards, alarm valve booster pumps, flow and pressure switches, Grundfos FireSAFE+, possibly even a monitoring system.

We’re aiming to have an initial setup complete during October (tradespeople permitting!) and will have the facility to carry out practical demonstrations, provide installation and troubleshooting tips, and where possible provide customer-requested training. Recent example requests have asked us to
cover Zone Guardian, compressors, and specifically Bailey & Mackey 1381 pressure switches.

Our new facilities will include the bespoke ‘demo room’ in which we aim to accommodate 6-10 people at any one time, plus a good-sized meeting room for further discussion and refreshments, all in close proximity to our refurbished kitchen and comfort facilities.

All attendees to courses will be issued with SEP-specific certificates to demonstrate professional development – something that is becoming ever more important.

Our offices are just 5 minutes from Stockport and the south M60, and just 3 miles from Stockport train station, making access easy. However if you can’t come to us, then we are already able to provide certain specific bespoke sessions at your own premises by arrangement.

Please drop us a line if you have any questions or would like to book some training for your team.









The photos above show (on the left) where we were after the previous occupier’s double-glazed window display was removed, and (on the right) after studwork and plastering had been completed. At the time of writing, most of the decorating is complete and the flooring is about to go down.

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