Let's face it, as good as water softener valves have become, certain factors can affect their performance. There also are many older units out there that dealers still have to contend with. So, in an effort to help keep business flowing, as well as softened water, Water Quality Products went in search of an expert to bring you the top troubleshooting tips for valves. The search led to Jay Runkle, employed in technical services at Pentair Water Treatment.
10 need-to-know tips for dealers
Water vending provides a fantastic opportunity for existing water business operators to expand their business into areas that are too small or difficult to service profitably.
One of the hottest industry trends sparks opportunity for dealers everywhere
While consumer demand has escalated for water purifying devices, it pales in comparison to what has happened in air purifying. The indoor air purification industry still is in its infancy, yet is recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to be a market valued well into the billions.
A perfect fit for water treatment dealers
Consumers want to know if the bottled water they buy is safe. How and why bottled water is regulated is not common knowledge and can be confusing to customers. Bottlers who understand and can explain aspects of water quality, regulations and test results to their customers have a useful sales tool to promote their product.
What lab results mean and how to explain them to customers
To remain successful, the water treatment professional should take advantage of advances in in-field testing as well as advances in laboratory analyses. This article describes the shifts in analytical requirements recommended to satisfy consumer desires and promote expansion of the POU/POE water treatment industry.
In-field testing and analysis become responsibility of dealers
In this last section of a three-part series, the use of ozone, ionization, distillation and aeration is discussed in a simple fashion to help the beginner rationalize the importance for a full understanding of these technologies and the need, again, for a professional water treatment specialist.
This is the final article in a three-part series discussing water chemistry and technology basics.
Brushing up on water treatment 101, part 3
Ozolutions, Inc. has signed a letter of intent to acquire all the outstanding common and preferred shares of Specdex, Inc.
Company initiates investor relations program in Germany
BEVsystems International, Inc. was granted permission by the Deutsche Borse AG and has begun trading on the Third Market Segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The trading symbol is "BYL" and the German securities code (WKN) is 932640.
Advertising in national publications and television stations is the standard route taken by businesses, even small ones. Promotions and advertising are key to any good business. However, it is small businesses that reach out directly to their communities that gain marketshare and a solid customer base.
If you’ve seen it once, you’ve seen it a hundred times — customers who come to you looking for a home filtration system, unaware of what their specific needs are. While many consumers simply want a system that improves their water’s taste and aesthetic qualities, the majority are looking for a product that will make their water healthier. But as you know, “healthier” is a subjective term, and without knowing the issues that are present in the customer’s water, providing them with a system that fits their needs isn’t very easy to do.
How Culligan helps its dealers become better-educated consumers of drinking water