|Barber-Nichols Inc. (BNI) offers a wide range of prototype and modified military vehicle pumps. Military vehicles are becoming lighter, smaller, faster, more adaptable, and they are being packed with electronics that improve communications, surveillance, and reconnaissance. Furthermore, improvements to vehicle survivability and reliability are also being made. In response, individual components must also be smaller, lighter, more reliable, and efficient. Reliable cooling systems are paramount as propulsion power densities increase, hybrid drive systems are utilized, and multiple high-power electronic systems are installed.|
|Barber-Nichols Model BNP-18-000 Military Vehicle Pump in RIST-V|
|BNI's world class engineering staff can help determine whether a prototype or modified pump will be most beneficial for your vehicle program. Barber-Nichols designed and produced lightweight, brushless DC at specified voltage or 400 Hz induction motors, air cooled, liquid cooled, mechanically sealed, and hermetically sealed pumps. Additionally, BNI places a strong emphasis on Design for Manufacturability, because designing the cost out of a product results in a better, lower total cost product that meets the customer's requirements and is easier to produce.|
|Barber-Nichols Military Vehicle Pump in AHED 8X8|
|Barber-Nichols can provide a full range of services from in-depth engineering analysis of a prototype and System Design & Development (SDD) phases, to qualification program support, to Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) and production quantity manufacturing. If you need an expedited proof-of-concept unit for your technology demonstrator, allow us to create an optimized design to your specifications. Let Barber-Nichols provide an engineered solution for your demanding military vehicle needs.|
|Barber-Nichols Model 818000 Military Vehicle Pump in Shilem Radar Vehicle|
Military vehicle pumps are subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and may not be exported, released, or disclosed to non-U.S. Citizens inside or outside the United States without prior written approval from the U.S. Department of State.