From one brand to another. 11 drops and 18 drops with no other changes. My thoughts-11 drop soap can’t be as concentrated if it takes a larger tip to clean as well. Titrate seems to back it up. If we continually change titration kit brands we do not have a stable comparison? Just my take thats why I seek other input.
Thats why I pretty much stopped titrating. The more accurate I tried to be, the more frustrated I got. If got a different # of drops then what I was looking for I would use another bottle of titrate only to find it varied as well. I'd grab another kit from a different location and find yet a third result. You're best off to use the same kit as a reference point only. If its 'different' then normal start looking for problems.
Didja call the Blendco sales department after that? Or is that an accepted SOP for Blendco.Well Zell you opened a can of worms. As you see from the responses there just doesn’t seem to be one standard for this. I’ve dealt with many, many chem reps and most simply don’t know what they are doing. Trial and error is still a good way to test this. I once had a Blendco factory rep come to show my three techs how to titrate and set up. He spent two full days of “training” at one of my customers wash. When he left I asked the techs what he learned. He said nothing. The guy just told wash stories. The best part was when I went to that site a fee weeks later. The factory rep had sold the owner direct, cheaper than what I charged.
Oh yes did I talk to them. I had a written contract with them which said how sales would be conducted. It was a conference call with the top people at Blendco. I could almost feel them squirming in their seats. They said they would look in to it. They possess what we former military call weapons grade stupidity.Didja call the Blendco sales department after that? Or is that an accepted SOP for Blendco.