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New Watts® Works(SM) Learning Center Opens in Ft. Worth, TX.

The latest of the Watts Works Learning Centers, now with 200+ employees, has opened in Ft. Worth, TX. The 250,000 s.f. facility – customized for broad training purposes, administration, and manufacturing – joins several other Watts Works Learning Centers across North America.

In addition to a working mechanical room with pressurized water lab, the facility includes a 3,600 s.f. Learning Center, office areas and a wide range of product manufacturing and assembly, including robotic welding and cutting, metal passivation, sheet metal rolling, precision laser metal cutting, CNC machining, and ASME testing.

At the facility, employees produce PVI water heaters, BLÜCHER stainless-steel trench and HygienicPro® drains, and Ames and Watts in-building risers. The products that are manufactured in Ft. Worth, TX are used worldwide in various commercial applications. Many Watts technologies play a role in supporting energy efficiency, safety and regulation, and water conservation.

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Through innovative training, the Watts’ training offerings help customers and employees improve their knowledge of Watts products, services, and solutions to enhance their professional skills.

Other North American-based Watts Works Learning Centers are located at North Andover, MA; Blauvelt, NY; St. Pauls, NC; Burlington, Ontario; and Woodland, CA.

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About Watts –Founded in 1874, Watts designs, manufactures, and sells an extensive line of flow control, water safety, water filtration & treatment, radiant heating, and drainage products for the commercial, residential, and institutional markets. Watts is committed to helping its customers optimize system performance, improve reliability, and conserve critical resources. For more information, visit




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