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About Us

Located in Orange County, California, USA, TMC Fluid Systems is a full spectrum engineering firm specializing in the planning, design, and installation of Turbo Blowers,  BioGas Blowers, Pressure Systems, Vacuum Boosters, Dry Screw VAcuum Pumps, and Airknife Drying Systems.

With more than 12,500 installations in over 41 countries, TMCFS serves the application needs of companies in the aerospace, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, waste water, renewable energy, and biomass power generation industry to name a few.

A pioneer in the development of biogas blowers and compressors, air-knife drying systems, and widely regarded as an expert in vacuum and air flow systems and solutions, TMC Fluid Systems has refined today's air-knife designs for "precision-drying," coating control, removal of dust and debris.

Trusted engineering expertise in the design of solutions tailored to meet specific application needs while maximizing energy efficiencies and lowering operating costs and offering 100% Performance Guarantee on all systems supplied.

We work with a development team supported by a staff of engineers and scientists who have a combined knowledge that exceeds over 300 years of experience.

We are committed to providing quality solutions for:

  • Industrial Applications
  • Wastewater Treatment
  • Airknife Drying and Blow-off Systems
  • Vacuum Boosters and Dry Screw Vacuum Pumps
  • Biogas, Natural Gas, and Methane Gas Applications
  • Landfill Gas Solutions, including Renewable Natural Gas

In recent years, TMCFS has grown to include specialized consultants, design engineers, cutting-edge programmers, and an experienced application engineering staff. Our goal is to continue to meet our clients' needs by incorporating the latest advances in technology into both system application design as well as engineering services.

TMC Fluid Systems was incorporated with a determination and commitment to deliver total quality in its ever-increasing range of products and services. We aim at strengthening our technological base consistently so as to deliver a flexible and dependable product line to our customers. We endeavor to provide robust quality in our products and services (before and after sales) that may ensure years of service in cutting edge and demanding applications.

Our Approach

Every application is unique. Every application requires a cost-effective attention to detail. We believe that there is no "one-solution-fits-all" approach.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide state-of-the-art products and superior engineering services by combining advanced technologies with the highest standard in quality to achieve overall customer satisfaction.

If you would like to discuss your application requirements, please send us an email: Contact Us: General Inquiry or call us.

 

News/Events 

  1. Difference between a Turbo and Positive Displacement Blower
  2. The Difference between Methane and Natural Gas
  3. First Dairy Biogas Project in Connecticut
  4. Does Renewable Natural Gas Have a Future in Energy?
  5. Biogas Offtake Opportunities For Digesters
  6. Wisconsin Dairy Begins Production of Renewable Natural Gas
  7. Anaerobic Digestion Sector Forming a Clearer Picture
  8. Brightmark to Expand Western New York Dairy Biogas Project
  9. Biogas - The Energy Wonder That's Under Our Noses
  10. Power Generation Achieved by a Self-Assembled Biofuel Cell
  11. Less Carbon Dioxide from Natural Gas
  12. Project Uses Renewable Electricity for RNG Production
  13. Smithfield Hog Farm Provides Natural Gas to Missouri City
  14. From Waste to Gas
  15. Gas Clash Threatens Australian Export
  16. Maximizing Opportunities of Anaerobic Digestion from Wastewater
  17. Catalyst to Speed up Conversion of Biomass to Biofuel
  18. How It Works: Ethanol
  19. Anaerobic Digestion - the Next Big Renewable Energy Source
  20. Anaerobic Additions
  21. Three (3) Tech Solutions for Modern Landfills
  22. The Costs and Benefits of Anaerobic Digesters
  23. Bacteria Farts Power Wastewater Plant in Fort Wayne
  24. Europe’s First Poultry Manure Biogas Plant
  25. Electricity Using Pig Manure
  26. $38-Million Biodigester coming to Grand Rapids
  27. Biochar Could Benefit Anaerobic Digestion of Animal Manure
  28. Getting More out of Anaerobic Digestion
  29. Biogas prevents 20 million tonnes of CO2 emissions per year
  30. Converting to green gas grid ‘could be vital’

 

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Difference between a Turbo and Positive Displacement Blower