Mainstream Engineering Awarded Contract from the Air Force to Develop a System to Recover Contaminated Fuel

ROCKLEDGE, FL – August 15, 2016 – Mainstream Engineering Corporation, a 30-year-old Brevard County manufacturer with a history of leading-edge research and development has been awarded a contract from the Air Force to develop a complete system to recover contaminated fuel.

Fuel that has been compromised as a result of the attack, equipment failure, or accident can contain any number of contaminants including moisture, dirt, soot, and fire suppression foams. Mainstream has developed an innovative emulsion-breaking approach that can separate the fuel from the firefighting foams as well supporting equipment to further purify and recover the fuel for reuse.

About Mainstream Engineering
Mainstream Engineering Corporation is a solutions-oriented research, development, and manufacturing small business with a history of leading-edge R&D that has resulted in advanced, American-made, cost-competitive products. Founded in 1986, Mainstream’s mission is to transition thermal control, energy storage, and energy conversion technology into high-quality, cost-effective, environmentally safe green, commercial products. Products include lightweight diesel engines, thermal control units, biomass conversion technologies, refrigerators/freezers for shipping containers, and the QwikProduct™ line of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC/R) products. Areas of research include thermal control, energy conversion, power electronics, turbomachinery, chemical technology, and materials science.