Thermofluidics (www.thermofluidics.com) spun out from the University of Cambridge in 2006 to develop a novel heat-engine technology without moving parts. The Non-Inertive-Feedback Thermofluidic Engine (NIFTE) uses low temperature waste heat, or heat from the sun to pump water. In 2009, we complemented the NIFTE with a second invention known as a Double-Acting Hydraulic Ram (DAHR) pump, based on the historic hydraulic ram pump, to extend our capabilities to deep groundwater abstraction and surface pressurisation for filtration and drip-irrigation.
Now based in Oxford, we have a rapidly expanding project portfolio aimed at renewably powered water provision on a variety of scales, and circulating water in building heating systems across the world. We are now looking to expand our team, complementing our thermo-fluids research expertise with product development know-how and experience.
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