While the username indicates an affiliation, he really needs to be explicit about this. Charcoal noted this and made a comment to that affect. This is the Meta.SE policy on self-promotion. Particularly the Robert Harvey response
Can it be done properly? Absolutely. The way you do it is to ask the question, "Are you talking to your audience with a clear view of their needs, or are you talking at them, with a clear view of yours?" There is a real need (within the context of a well-worded, constructive question) to plug products, if it is relevant to the question and a reasonably complete answer is provided.
How is this determined by moderators? Well, in large part, we ask: are you contributing positively to the community, or are you just here to promote your product? Boiled down to its essence, it resolves to one remarkably simple idea:
Are your answers primarily bare links to your product?
So it's not a bare link, but even if this isn't ultimately spam, I'm not sure it answers the question. We can distill the answer down to
You might have problems if you try a different model from the drain. But our universal fit works all the time! Here's a brochure about it...
Leaves a bad taste in my mouth. Might need low quality deletion.