Sturman Industries, Inc.

One Innovation Way
Woodland park, CO 80863
http://www.sturmanindustries.com
125 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 8
Total Value of Awards $2.35MM
First Award Date 12/11/03
Most Recent Award Date 09/09/11

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Kiss Dr. Tibor Kiss 2 Message
Wolverton Mr. Marc Wolverton 1 Message
Lorenzen Mr. Jonathan Lorenzen 1 Message
Gardner Jeff Gardner 1 Message
Drury David L. Drury 1 Message
Giordano Daniel Giordano 2 Message

8 Awards Won

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A09-199
Budget: 09/09/11 - 09/09/13

Future military diesel engines will require fuel system improvements to meet their desired performance targets including increased power density, increased fuel economy, reduced heat rejection and the ability to operate on different heavy hydrocarbon fuels, especially JP-8. Hydraulically intensified, ultra high pressure fuel injectors, together ...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A11-064
Budget: 06/17/11 - 12/16/11

The Army is in need of a heavy fuel rotary engine with rated power between 10 and 80 HP that is compatible with both JP-8 and DF-23 and has a high power to weight ratio. Since it is difficult to adapt light-duty, automotive diesel piston engines for these applications, considerable development has been pursued on heavy fuel, rotary diesel engin...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A10-134
Budget: 11/13/10 - 05/13/11

The Army is in need of a heavy fuel engine with 30-45 kW output and weighing no more than 110 lbs. This engine will drive a hydraulic supply system that will power a legged military robot. Such a small heavy duty engine with such high power density is not available commercially, therefore it needs to be developed. To that end, in this project...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A09-199
Budget: 02/24/10 - 02/11/11

Future military diesel engines will require fuel system improvements to meet their desired performance targets including increased power density, increased fuel economy, reduced heat rejection and the ability to operate on different heavy hydrocarbon fuels. Sturman Industries’ hydraulically intensified, ultra high pressure fuel injectors togethe...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A06-225
Budget: 09/26/07 - 09/26/09

To maintain battlefield superiority, future military vehicles require engines with higher specific power output while maintaining or reducing specific heat rejection and fuel consumption. To that goal, enabling technologies in air-fuel delivery for optimized combustion and advanced combustion strategies are required. A future engine will integ...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A06-225
Budget: 11/21/06 - 09/21/07

The Phase I research aim is to demonstrate how the Army s objectives; increased fuel economy, power density, and reduced specific heat rejection of high output diesel engines required to operate on battlefield available fuels, are achievable with Sturman technology. To maintain battlefield superiority, future military vehicles require engines wi...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A03-233
Budget: 11/30/04 - 11/30/06

Future military vehicle engines will require improvements in fuel systems to meet their desired performance targets. The development of high-pressure, electronically controlled diesel fuel injectors, with capabilities that surpass current technology, is required. The overall objective of this program is to boost the engine power density with...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A03-233
Budget: 12/11/03 - 06/10/04

Sturman Industries has designed a new family of high-pressure diesel fuel injectors using Direct Flow Control (DFC). These injectors are capable of a reliable, safe, and robust combination of higher injection pressures, a broader range of controllable injection shapes, and multiple events than existing HEUI or high-pressure common-rail diesel f...