Waterclock Engineering – named for the hydro-mechanical device used by the ancient Egyptians and Greeks to tell time – specializes in fluid power and mechanical systems engineering.
Waterclock has an extensive background in the fluid power industry, working on systems in a large variety of applications: forging, extrusion, civil, aerospace, mobile, and energy. Whether you need consulting, design, analysis, project management, professional engineering, or any other related service, Waterclock is ready to lead your project to success and increase your value.
Based in Milwaukee, WI and Denver, CO, we are strategically positioned to service you. Waterclock has experience working on projects all around the world.
Waterclock Engineering is focused on providing the right solution for the application. We will work with you based on your specific application to provide a custom solution and experience.
Scott Sardina is a licensed professional engineer for the State of Wisconsin, certified fluid power specialist, certified fluid power instructor, and founder of Waterclock Engineering. He previously held multiple engineering, management, and sales roles, specializing in the fluid power industry. Scott has a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Mechanics and Astronautics and Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin. He also has a Master of Science degree in Engineering Mechanics from the University of Wisconsin. Scott has worked on various demanding applications for forging, extrusion, aerospace, civil, and oil & gas applications. He has worked on all aspects of the project phase from engineering design to project management. Scott is a Director-At-Large on the International Fluid Power Society Board of Directors and serves as Vice Chair of the Marketing Committee.