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New Mock Up of Commercial Device
  This is the latest style that we are shooting for with our Wine Aging Device.  The power supply and controller will be in a brushed aluminum tube and look much like the mock-up shown at the left.  We have sized the power supply such that an 8-bit computer controller (PIC) should fit into the can along with the battery.  The battery pack will load from the top and be held in by a screw cap.  The approximate size (not counting the stopper and electrodes) will be 1.25... Read more...
Wine Ager Demo Success
On August 16, 2015, Ron Stites demonstrated the Electrochemical Wine Aging Device (see Published Patent Application by clicking here) at the Cedar City, Utah, Wine Club.  Ron used three of the 5-position demo units to demonstrate the device (pictured below) to 25 wine aficionados living in southern Utah.  It was a great time.  This particular group is especially dedicated to promoting the cultural appreciation of wine.  As you might imagine, this can be a challenge in a venue suc Read more...
Wine Aging Device Patent Applications Publish
The US and International Patent Applications for the Wine Aging Device invented by Ron Stites, Erik Stites, David Gill, Andrew Benwell and Stephen Stites has recently published in the US, Africa, Europe and Eurasia.  To view these publications see: US20150184117   or  WO2015103168 We are pursuing commercialization through two different organizations.  One will be focused on the in-home market while the other will be more focused on higher volume, flow-through applications. &nbs Read more...
Update on Accelerated Wine Aging Device:
This Blog Posting was first posted on the Tek-Dev Technology Blog on 3/23/2014. As reported last month, Stites & Associates, LLC, (SALLC) has patented an electrochemical device for accelerated aging of wine.  Since our last report there have been several developments.  These are reported here: New Prototypes Built: Five new prototypes have been constructed and tested.  These were all of the bottle variety.  One of them has already been extensively taste tested in home settings, in Read more...
Partners Wanted – Accelerated Wine Aging Device:
This Blog Posting was first posted on the Tek-Dev Technology Blog on 1/5/2014. Stites & Associates, LLC, (SALLC) has patented an electrochemical device for accelerated aging of wine.  It mimics the natural aging process, but accomplishes in minutes what can take years in a bottle.  Because it mimics the natural process, it is applicable to the wines that are normally amenable to aging – essentially “young” red wines.  SALLC has constructed a bottle-sized proto Read more...