Chinook Coffee Roasting Systems Pty Ltd
380 Botany Road
Alexandria (Sydney) NSW 2015
Ph: +61 8599 1595

Our name, Chinook, is suggested by the many ways it relates to the Sivetz Air Roasting method – follow our logic…

The Air Roasting patent holder, Mike Sizetz, lived in Corvallis Oregon, USA

Chinook Indian tribes live in and around Corvallis Oregon

Chinook is a warm, dry wind that blows down the eastern slope of the local mountains

  • A Chinook wind holds the record for the largest recorded air heat cycle in one place over a 24-hour period when the temperature rose from −54 to 49 °F (−47.8 to 9.4 °C) January 15, 1972
  • Our Chinook Coffee Roasters use fresh hot air to evenly & predictably roast coffee
  • Precision design using 3D modelling

    Chinook hardware & software designed in Australia

    All of our self cleaning low maintenance designs are are crafted in stainless steel for years of trouble free operation.

    Only internationally accepted industrial components are used. You can be sure that our gas heat control systems will be accepted by the local authorities.

    Chinook coffee roasters are in use

    On the East Coast of Australia from Adelaide, SA to the Sunshine Coast, QLD

    In USA & New Zealand

    References are available