British shower manufacturer Triton has backed the launch of Amdea’s Register My Appliance initiative.
The new Amdea (Association of Manufacturers of Domestic Appliances) scheme aims to create a list of domestic appliances installed throughout the UK from more than 60 leading brands and allow manufacturers quick access to owner details should remedial action be required.
In order to do this, consumers are asked to visit registermyappliance.org.uk to provide information about any newly purchased products. It is also possible to register older appliances up to 12 years.
Triton said that having immediate access to this information will help improve household safety by being able to quickly locate the appliance’s details, informing the owners about the safety of their product, and arranging the required service or aftercare.
David Tutton (pictured), managing director at Triton Showers, commented: “As the UK’s leading shower manufacturer for more than 40 years, we are fully supportive of the new Register My Appliance initiative from Amdea. Speed and efficiency are key when it comes to the safety, so we will be encouraging our customers – from installers, merchants, retailers and the homeowners themselves – to get on board with the scheme and help to populate this crucial database.”