Pionetics Signs on a New Dealer in San Diego
Pionetics Corporation announces a new partnership that will transform the mornings of thousands of San Diegans by signing a new Pionetics Dealer, Terry Yarwick, President of Fresh Cup Coffee & Water Systems in El Cajon, CA. Fresh Cup Coffee is a vending, coffee & water service company that has been in business for 22 years. They specialize in installations and services of coffee equipment and water filtration systems in offices, hotels, hospitals, restaurants, and other businesses in Southern California.
Yarwick was actually asked by one of his clients to find a drinking water system that delivered RO quality water for his eight coffee units without all of the water waste that ROs are known for. “When my client said he was concerned about his RO System water waste, he asked me for a water saving solution. I started searching for a water saving solution and discovered LINX technology from an article in Water Conditioning and Purification magazine.” Yarwick ordered and installed the LINX systems for his client. “The systems were easy to install and worked flawlessly; delivering healthy, great tasting water with a fraction of the water waste of a standard RO filter system,” said Yarwick.
Yarwick continues, “Great-tasting coffee is dependent upon its water. You simply cannot have great coffee from San Diego’s tap water. The LINX system is better than RO because it allows me to set the mineral content higher which is ideal for coffee brewing, and my clients can enjoy quality filtered water without contributing to our state’s water shortage.” Yarwick was so impressed by the LINX systems’ features, cost-effectiveness, and water savings that he signed on to be a Dealer of LINX Drinking Water Systems.
“We’re thrilled to be building partnerships with individuals and businesses who understand the importance of water conservation,” comments H. Martin Jessen, Vice President of Pionetics Corporation. “Very few RO system owners realize that if just one (1) gallon of water is used a day with an RO, up to 10,000 gallons of water could be wasted in just one (1) year, depending on water feed water pressure, temperature, and quality. In a commercial setting, the waste can be astronomical.” In sharp contrast, a LINX drinking water system uses up to 66 times less water than RO, depending on feedwater conditions – or roughly only 110 gallons of water a year to produce the same 1 gallon per day of drinking water.
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