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MAINSTREAM ENGINEERING CORP

Company Information
Address
200 YELLOW PL
ROCKLEDGE, FL 32955-5327
United States


http://www.MAINSTREAM-ENGR.COM

Information

UEI: YR8FJBGXWRR1

# of Employees: 110


Ownership Information

HUBZone Owned: No

Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: No

Woman Owned: No




Success Stories

  1. SBIR-STTR-Success: Mainstream Engineering Corp.

    Stationing hungry soldiers in an Iraqi desert where temperatures can exceed 130 degrees Fahrenheit presents obvious logistical challenges. Refrigerating food is necessary but difficult, especially in remote locations. It’s also expensive and potentially dangerous to transport fuel to power the...
  2. SBIR-STTR Success: Mainstream Engineering

    Nearly thirty years ago, brand new Florida-based Mainstream Engineering received two small SBIR awards from the U.S. Air Force for the development of spacecraft heat rejection systems. But Dr. Robert P. Scaringe, President and Founder, already had transition on his mind long before that.“Taking a...

Award Charts




Award Listing

  1. Recovery Act- Organic Rankine Cycle Waste Heat Recovery System Utilizing an Environmentally-Sustainable Working Fluid

    Amount: $149,956.00

    Over the last decade a new breed of power generation equipment, targeted at smaller commercial-size energy users, has emerged. These systems which include microturbines, PEM fuel cells, and phosphori ...

    SBIRPhase I2010Department of Energy
  2. Recovery Act- Development of Composite Refractory Materials with Radiant Barriers to Improve the Thermal Efficiency of Kiln Operations

    Amount: $149,938.00

    Cement manufacturing processes run at an average 34% efficiency. With rising fuel costs and stricter laws on plant emissions, cement manufacturers need to operate more efficiently. Due to the sheer s ...

    SBIRPhase I2010Department of Energy
  3. Protective Suit Environmental Control System for CBRN, Hazardous and Emergency Responder Applications (PSECS)

    Amount: $68,199.00

    Current microclimate system technology is not capable of meeting the Navy’s requirements for cooling capacity, volume, weight, or dehumidification. For these systems to be successful, they must only ...

    SBIRPhase I2010Department of Defense Navy
  4. Development of a Thermal Management System for Tactical Airborne High Power Laser Applications

    Amount: $749,673.00

    The U.S. Navy is seeking a thermal management solution for the development of an advanced airborne tactical laser. Current aircraft thermal management systems are not capable of dissipating high-heat- ...

    SBIRPhase II2010Department of Defense Navy
  5. A Biogas-Tolerant Engine-Generator for Advanced Agricultural Waste Management Systems

    Amount: $399,733.00

    Anaerobic digesters are capable of producing methane-rich biogas from animal manure and also offer the advantages of controlling odors, reducing pathogens, and minimizing the environmental impact of t ...

    SBIRPhase II2010Department of Agriculture
  6. Development of an Active, Man-Portable, Cooling System with Dehumidification Capabilities for Personal Protective Clothing/Equipment

    Amount: $99,907.00

    The U.S. Department of Energy is currently seeking technologies that can decrease the weight and thermal insulation associated with personal protective clothing/equipment (PPC/PPE). The call for this ...

    SBIRPhase I2010Department of Energy
  7. Recovery Act- Web-Based, Plug & Play, Wireless Remote Monitoring, Diagnostic and System Health Prediction System for Residential AC and Heat Pump Applications

    Amount: $999,609.00

    In a typical residential home (or small commercial building), one of the largest sources of energy consumption is the air conditioning or heat pump system (AC). If the AC is operating with degraded ef ...

    SBIRPhase II2010Department of Energy
  8. Recovery Act- Phase Change Thermal Energy Storage for Residential Units

    Amount: $999,938.00

    As stated by DOE,

    SBIRPhase II2010Department of Energy
  9. Development and Demonstration of a Corrosion and Microbial Resistant Near-Fictionless Duct Coating

    Amount: $99,948.00

    Reduced duct friction and improved fan technology can significantly increase maximum airflow in ducts. More specifically, the Navy desires a doubling of maximum airflow in shipboard HVAC systems. It ...

    SBIRPhase I2009Department of Defense Navy
  10. Demonstration of a Rapidly Configurable Modular Isothermal Thermal Control System, for Operationally Responsive Space Applications

    Amount: $99,974.00

    This proposal discusses a scalable modular ORS Thermal Control approach that can provide flexible, lightweight, compact, thermal control systems.  This effort will demonstrate that a thermal control ...

    SBIRPhase I2009Department of Defense Air Force
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