Considering the power situation in the country, Ariston, an operator in the thermal comfort industry, has introduced new water heater technologies that can save about 75 per cent energy cost, into the Nigerian market.
The Director, Central Africa, Ariston Group, Richmond Aguiar, during a media session held in Lagos, said the company was committed to providing sustainable comfort for its customers by making available quality and energy-efficient products or solutions.
Aguiar said that considering the energy transition agenda globally and in Nigeria in particular, the company has introduced new renewable innovations which enables its water heaters rely on solar energy and thereby offers about 75 per cent energy cost savings.
According to him, other fossil fuel products also save about 30 per cent energy costs. Aguiar noted that the company has consistently invested in research and development, leading to multiple advanced products with unique offerings.
According to him, each product features heat pumps for heating and solar efficient hybrid systems tailored to customer needs.
He disclosed that the Ariston range of products comes in water heating or heating form, including hybrid, powerflex and demand-response, adding that the products are designed to make users enjoy complete comfort and ease in their daily life.
“We want everyone to feel comfortable and at ease in their daily life. To make this possible, we help families, and our professional partners find the best solution,” he said.
He explained that the company boasts of requisite expertise that can deliver after-sale services in Nigeria of the highest professional standards, guaranteeing customers built-to-last high performance solutions.
Also speaking, the Head of Marketing, Ariston Group, Habeeb Somoye, noted that the company takes pride in its ability to deliver quality and reliable products and solutions.
“We firmly believe in the dependability of our products and solutions. This comes from our commitment to use the best components and materials available and to certify the quality of each product through checks and tests completed before, during and after production.
“Our products are tested and have gone through a check to the extent that it requires no technical interventions in their first five years of service. We also get extra quality assurance certifications issued by reliable third-party organisations across the entire supply chain sector,” Somoye said.
He described the Ariston brand as one that has continued to live true to its heritage as comfort and care remain the driving force that has kept it entrenched in customers’ minds in all the markets where it operates.
Sales Manager, Central Africa, Ariston, Solomon Umoh, said, “bringing comfort and caring for the home are in our DNA. This is reflected in our ability to face all challenges with optimism, confidence, and genuine warmth and elegance”.
He said the company has delivered so much in its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), as it donated over 600 litres of water heaters to the Lagos State government to fight COVID-19, while it also donates several products to orphanages.