Small-Scale Scroll Cryogenic Pump
Compact, reliable, light-weight, and electrically-driven scroll, capable of pumping volatile liquids at extremely low temperatures.
Developed for NASA, the pump is designed to move low-temperature liquids efficiently in zero gravity cryogenic control devices. With numerous aerospace applications, the design can be used as a fuel pump for liquid hydrogen-fueled aircraft.
The scroll pump was developed as part of a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research grant (SBIR). The SBIR asked for the design, fabrication, and testing of the world’s first small-scale positive displacement cryogenic pump. The SBIR was awarded to Air Squared on April 1, 2013, with Phase I completion on November 23, 2013.
November 23, 2013
- World’s First Small-Scale Positive Displacement Cryogenic Pump
- NASA SBIR Award
- SBIR Project Summary
- Press Release on PRWeb