Schönox to introduce training initiative at TISE

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SchönoxLas Vegas, Nev.— Schönox said it will provide attendees at the upcoming Surfaces event with a first look at the company’s new Hands ÖN training platform and a deep dive into its technologies.

Live demonstrations in the booth will present cementitious, synthetic and hybrid series technologies, equipping attendees with a strong understanding of how to leverage each for outstanding project success in all subfloor situations, according to the Schönox. Attendees to Schönox’s booth 3573 can get Hands ÖN at the demonstration table or watch others on the TV tower at the booth.

“Our dedicated sales and technical team members are in the field daily with flooring professionals, assisting with their project plans and execution while seeing the challenges they face firsthand with tight project timeframes, limited skilled labor and quite varied subfloor conditions,” said Thomas Trissl, principal, Schönox HPS North America. “Training and advanced technologies are the very best tools we can provide the flooring community, helping to pave the way to success project by project.”

The company’s new Hands ÖN training platform elevates the opportunities, content and quantity of training in the field, virtually and at the Schönox Support Center, according to the company. More flooring professionals than ever will have the chance to learn, experiment and incorporate Schönox solutions into their workflows. The company said training is a critical focus for the company, helping installers and contractors to maximize Schönox technologies in every circumstance.

“Schönox innovation and training equips flooring professionals with the tools to do more subfloor tasks with less subfloor products, providing solutions to the many real-world issues our customers see,” said Doug Young, executive vice president, Schönox HPS North America. “We are excited about the upcoming Surfaces show and would not have missed it—come see us!”

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