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[Offer] Serbian manufacture of a device for keeping wine fresh offers licence agreement
ID:BORS20170320001 Cooperation Type:Commercial     Industry Sector: Other      Country:EU
Updated:31-05-2017     Overdue:31-05-2018     Clicks:222

Serbian company developed a device for pouring, preservation and distribution of bottled beverages, primarily wine per glass. The device has small dimensions, consisting of cork and base device, compatible with existing wine refrigerators, and can keep wine fresh for up to two months in inert gas atmosphere. The device can also handle unlimited number of opened bottles. The company is looking for license agreement with a manufacturer of the equipment for Hotels/Restaurants/Café (HoReCa).

Serbian company with strong background in engineering and development of novel devices is looking for license agreement with a manufacturer of Hotels/Restaurants/Café (HoReCa) equipment for its novel device for pouring, preservation and distribution of bottled beverages, primarily used for pouring wine per glass. Their device has a subsystem for inert gas dosing preprogrammed in a way that ensures that corresponding valves are open for as long as necessary, and during this time an amount of inert gas proportional to the programmed time is released into the bottle. The advantage of this design compared to state-of-the-art devices is reflected by the following: (1) the cork and bottle containing the wine can be detached from other device subassemblies; (2) remaining wine in the bottle is kept in the inert gas shielding atmosphere up to two months, without losing quality; (3) the subsystem used for inert gas dosing is preprogrammed in a way that ensures that a specific, predefined amount of wine can be poured; (4) according to its design, the device contains one programmable and one non-programmable button switch, and it has small dimensions, while being compatible with existing wine refrigerators. The device is aimed at catering facilities (cafes, restaurants, hotels), specialized wine stores, wineries, cruisers etc., due to the global trend of pouring wine per glass. The device can be integrated into existing refrigerators for preserving of unopened wine bottles and as an additional option offered to market. In this way, wine refrigerators would also gain the possibility of long-term storage of wine in opened bottles, whose capacity would correspond to the capacity of the refrigerator. Therefore potential partner could be either company interested to produce it as separate device or producer of wine refrigerators which would integrate it into the wine refrigerators.

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