Designer and Contemporary faucets for reverse osmosis and water treatment systems are available in 10 designer finishes to match virtually any décor. These finishes include polished chrome, satin nickel, white, biscuit, polished brass, antique bronze, black, bright nickel, venetian bronze and brushed stainless. Made of high-quality, lead-free brass, these upscale faucets complement today’s high-end kitchens.
HFSLT and HFSFT faucets can be ordered with SteriTouch technology to inhibit bacteria growth. An ionic silver-based compound manufactured into the product, the technology uses several modes of action to attack microbes and reduce growth on a surface. The faucets are self-closing and designed for use where a fast flow and compact unit are required.
The AMB-9S is a 9- by 2-in.-diameter filter candle with greater than 99% reduction capacity for chloramines and lead. It also reduces various other undesirable contaminants often found in drinking water applications. The filter is nominally rated at 2-µ filtration efficiency with flow rates up to 1 gpm.
Twelve dealerships win a four-day trip as part of the company’s Foundation Fiesta 2 contest
Foundation Finance awarded 12 dealerships with a four-day trip to St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands as winners of its Foundation Fiesta 2 contest. The competition, which ran from Feb. 1 to April 30, offered dealers several ways to qualify to win: overall funded volume, funding percentage and random chance based on earning entries for each loan funded.
One benefit to water treatment dealers who belong to dealer networks is the ability to network with and learn from their peers. 3M recently formed a Dealer Advisory Council (DAC) to maximize these efforts. Water Quality Products Managing Editor Kate Cline recently spoke with Mark Howlett of 3M and Chuck Minott of Chuck the Water Man, both members of the DAC, about the council and how it will help dealers.
Kate Cline: What is the structure and function of the DAC?
Insight on 3M’s new Dealer Advisory Council
First, a little history lesson: When the Web got rolling back in the ’90s, websites were extremely basic collections of interrelated documents.
Knowing your mobile Web options is key to crafting an online strategy
Make no mistake about it — in good economic times or bad, many homeowners do not place water treatment at the top of their priorities list. This makes it even tougher to run your own business, and it takes a lot of work to have a successful organization.
Utilizing continuing education & dealer networks for business success
True or false: Making more money is not as important as making the most of the money you have. The answer is true! If you are not profitable, making more money does not mean that you will become profitable; it means you are making more work — or, to look at it another way: You are buying yourself more work.
How do you make the most out of the revenue you are already generating? The simple answer is costs and expenses. Knowing your actual costs and reviewing your expenses weekly is the place to start.
Using proper pricing techniques to ensure profitability
We all have heard the saying “men are from Mars, women are from Venus,” made famous as the title of John Gray’s 1992 book. The differences between men and women can affect not only our personal lives, but our professional lives as well. In a predominately male industry like water quality, these differences can result in little things that can cost big sales. In Part 1 of this three-part series (“What Women Want,” February 2014), we discussed how to prepare for your sales appointment.
Tips on conducting sales appointments with female customers
Quality customer service, an eye toward innovation and opportunities, and the drive to improve knowledge of water quality and treatment technologies — over the years, we have seen that these are all ingredients in the recipe for success as a water treatment dealer.
WQP’s 2013 Dealer of the Year award winner