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Tony Spinetta

Tony Spinetta says that working with the Electrocoup F3010 allows his workers to make better pruning decisions.

Miguel Reyes – Keeping the Best Crew with Electrocoup (Espanol)

Miguel Reyes of Cardella Wines talks about how the Electrocoup pruning shears have improved their pruning season.

Miguel Reyes de Cardella Bodega Habla de cómo la Electrocoup ha mejorado su temporada de poda.

SITEVI, World Viti-Vini expo in France

INFACO France were showing once again their latest range at the SITEVI Show in Montpellier (France) where they won the Gold Award for best innovation 27 years ago. Beyond showing their new products INFACO served 200 meals with wine to their loyal customer every day.

Vineyard Tying with the A3M

Infaco's A3M electronic tying machine

Infaco’s vineyard tying machine – the A3M – makes vine tying easy. For single or double “Guyot” (cane) training, this machine is highly versatile. A soft steel wire is used for greater flexibility.  It’s strong enough to hold until harvesting and it self-destructs easily after a year, at pruning time.

Here, one of our clients is using our electric tying machine to attach vines to their overhead trellis system.

More info about the A3M…

Maple Vineyards Testimonial

We have been personally pruning 25 acres of head-trained, spur-pruned zinfandel vines with battery-power shears since 1993.  We currently have 4 sets of Electrocoup shears from INFACO-usa.com that are indispensable to our continued operation.  We have used or tried both the Felcotronic and Pellenc brands in past years and find the Electrocoup far superior in performance and ease of handling.  Of particular importance to us is the recent opening of an INFACO sales and service facility in Northern CA, and of the availability of numerous other implements that work off the same battery packs (we are buying a reciprocating saw and a hedger).  Very highly recommended!

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— Tom & Tina Maple, Maple Vineyards, Healdsburg, CA

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