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Looking for an experienced pneumatic hydraulics engineer

Discussion in 'Research and Development' started by anibesin, Jul 24, 2016.

  1. anibesin

    anibesin Garibaldi

    # of Dives: 2,500 - 4,999
    Location: United States
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    Hello,

    This is for a project targeting next generation SCUBA cylinders. It's a patent pending technology and we are in need of an experienced pneumatic pumps engineer that is an avid SCUBA diver. Specifically: air driven, high pressure hydraulic fluid pump design.

    The goal is to have that person join the team, but even if the availability is only part time please contact us.

    If you are interested, or know somebody that might be - please contact me in PM.

    Thank you.
     
  2. couv

    couv Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
    Location: 13th floor of the Ivory Tower
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    Hi Anibesin,

    I worked on a military aircraft (F-4 Phantom) that had a setup just the opposite. It was an air compressor driven by a hydraulic motor. The hydraulic supply pressure was 3000 psi and the compressor produced 3000 psi of pneumatic pressure.

    If you don't mind sharing, what application would a diver use a pneumatically driven hydraulic pump?
     

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