Something about the AHR expo that I've found amusing so far.
I got there a bit lat on Monday, so barely even walked 1/4 of the floor area, but so far I've seen at least 10 small booths from Chinese fitting and valve companies with what appear to be the EXACT SAME products, just with different names.
Most of them are just the minimum size booth, one table with some fittings and valves on it, a banner, and a person sitting/standing there patiently as the disinterested lines of people walk by, barely glancing at the items on the table.
It's kinda sad...
If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.
The Chinese company probably sent someone tothe ahr expos and took photos of the quality ones and went home and copied them.
Then come back and display them.
Now that's funny right thar.
Originally Posted by SBKold
They tried the same thing with airplanes and cars.
It's not if your doing it right it's whether your doing the right thing that is important.
Yeah, I've been to the EXPO twice and it seems as though there were dozens of those Chinese fitting companies with nobody to talk to. I think somebody like Nibco should set up next to them so the uneducated person can see the difference in quality.
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we can expect more product failures from the Chinese now
Check out the Delta Cooling Tower section around lunchtime, they had brats and beer at the Florida show a few years back.
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I thought it was weird that everything they said over the broadcast was in Chinese. What exactly are they planning that we aren't privy too...
New World Order.................
Originally Posted by ArthurHagar
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The Chinese have been quite bold about copying products and using brand names as well. Here's a past thread:
In the Chinese airplanes, the first checklist item is "all hail chairman Mao."
Originally Posted by toocoolforschool
I believe they copied a Square D breaker not many years ago, and it caused a great many problems...
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