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Old 10-14-2013, 09:36 PM   #21
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Well, I got two mails from the OP the last days which I’m not going to reply.

I am the owner of InoxEcu, got to this thread because once a week I go through what is new and interesting here in HBT and a post from Ecuador takes my attention.

To the OP: I’m not willing to share blueprints or whatever, to develop brewing machines which are a more than just home brewing rigs takes a lot of time and efforts. If you want our technology and live in ECU buy a machine, nothing in this life is free.

I also don’t plan to export in this moment; we have enough to do in Ecuador.

We HAVE international competition !!! which forces us to develop our machines to the best quality we can deliver (and that never ends), the reason why our machines are relative cheap (looking at them as professional, automatic tools for restaurants, bars and micro brewers) is that we have a relative low workman’s wage in ECU. Each machine comes with a two days personal introduction, training and unlimited support - that has some weight.
Most of our parts we buy in USA, like march pumps, plate wort chillers, burners and so on.

We are not just a machine shop, we own a commercial distillery producing whiskey, rum and brew beer, that means that we know what are the requirements to make a functional brewery with continuous quality.

But again, I’m not willing to share any blueprints or manuals to copy our products, the opposite is the case, we are patent pending in many products.

That said you will see that the OP isn’t a spammer but might be a little wrong to think that a company shares in public what they’ve developed. We have many US-Americans and German clients living here in ECU which are happy with what they got for their money, after sale service included.

And one more word, in small fermenters Blichmann offers a much better quality that we can deliver, we don’t have (yet) the machines that they have to make them that shinny and sanitary.
So if you are un US ground you do better to buy a sweat Blichmann model, the shipping would be a killer.

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Yeah I doubt they will release their design, I know I wouldn't, that is if I was in the business to make money.
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Old 10-14-2013, 09:38 PM   #22
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Sorry for the double post

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Old 10-15-2013, 12:24 AM   #23
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...Well that's what they told me at least, after they said that I should expect an envelope with the gas and wort line blue prints in the mail pretty soon.
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Well, I got two mails from the OP the last days which I’m not going to reply.

I am the owner of InoxEcu, ...
How did the OP get so confused that he is expecting an envelope of drawings when the comapny has aparantly never answered his question?
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OP must be enjoying a little too much Homebrew.
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This whole thing reads like a homebrew novel. I'm loving it!

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To good to be true. Is Bonanza for real? Seems supper-spoofy-awesome

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I could post the emails with headers and everything, but what is the point...
I have said what I wanted to say about these systems and I will leave it at that.

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It's a conspiracy man!

It's the Ecuadorans. They're the ones who bring about the end of civilization.

And they do it so innocuously through reasonably priced 15 gallon home-brew rigs.

We never even saw it comin'...

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Oh this is getting good...
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