Andy/qwert999 is a Kinetico salesman.
>>Thank you Gary. I never present myself in my line of work but you manage to do that for me. On the other hand, you often shine your own apple and elicit business from forums (most of which is a real no-no). I am not motivated to seek customers as you are and find no advantage in attacking others. Sorry you feel compelled to behave in such a way.
To learn how to do all those things he says is difficult with a regular softener etc.,
>>‚Ä¶difficult to do with a regular softener!? Who knows what that means? What is it he believes I am telling others that is difficult. And if it is not understood, why has no one asked me to explain myself? Sounds very strange.
‚Ä¶do a google etc. search for "softener sizing chart" and find one that mentions the SFR of softeners. You'll learn exactly what you need to know to correctly size a softener.
>>Gary‚Äôs web site uses these specific words, phrase and acronyms numerous times so when he asks you to search for them on Google.com‚Ä¶Boom, you go right to his site. Very subtle and also one of the reasons (others were abuse of forum members) he has been banned from other web forums, including gardenweb.com, plbg.com and doityourself.com. Fortunately, Bob Vila is very relaxed and he finds it profitable that at least one forum doesn‚Äôt slap his wrist.
Whenever he is banned from a forum, he loses a customer base and then wants to nlame others for his troubles. below is an example of how patient a forum can be.
Also, twin tank type softeners are not more efficient than a regular softener using the same size resin tank and volume of the same type of resin; which is the norm.
>>There he goes again‚Ä¶regular softener? Well, this not true because there are so many softeners that are no longer available in California simply because they are so inefficient. Nearly all softeners have different efficiency ratings. Kind of a reckless statement from someone calling himself a professional.
Sending you to his web site and proclaiming a specific product is simply using this forum as a soapbox to slam competition in one breath and promote personal business interest in another.
Yes, the Clack valve is a fine product and I have never put it down. We sell them, but not like he does. But we also install them, repair them, replace them, and provide other related personal services to our customers in their homes including salt deliveries, water analyses, emergency calls and filter changes.
Please Gary, just try to help people who have questions here and stop wasting your, and everyone's, time with demeaning statements, falsehoods and provocative statements.
It doesn't put you n a good light and causes others to respond in kind.