Rainsoft System....Is it worth it? ** NO **
in the know wrote:
Sine the acquisition, Aquion Water Treatment Products, LLC has strengthened within all of the companies: RainSoft, ProSystems, Erie Water Treatment Controls, ClearWater Tech.
The company's ISO processes and new A.C.E. manufacturing systems and procedures are state of the art. If you attend the WQA show in March, I would encourage you to stop by the AWTP booth and see what the future of the industry looks like.
Who are these customers from all over the world you speak about? What are their numbers? Sound like you have an axe to grind (and from what I hear, you do.)
Tell us what you know about the technology behind the Airmaster, how it works, what contaimnant reduction claims it makes...and how in your professional opinion you deem it a "joke".
It's facts that help people on this board when they look to make an eduacted, informed decision. Let's get in the spirit of that kind of thinking.
Why don't you introduce yourself to us?
Have you read any of the RainSoft related post on this forum?
Is RainSoft going to stay in the water business, soap business or are they going to stray into the air filtration business?
Does RainSoft actually produce any of the goods it puts it's name on yet?
How is the AirMaster technology going to help any of the folks that own defective RainSoft water treatment equipment?
I am currently helping a California client that was sold a new RainSoft valve built by ERIE that does not work, neither the selling dealer
nor the factory can fix it... I have 3 clients in Russia with defective Gold and Silver series valves that can't get any help from RainSoft.
Is this the future you are speaking of?
Do you really want to attack me personally ~ ?
I am here to help people - why are you here?