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March 31, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to develop globally, Waterclock Engineering is monitoring updates and taking appropriate steps to safeguard both customers and employees. Employees at Waterclock Engineering are currently working from home. In addition, we have implemented added guidelines toward logistics and distribution in products to eliminate ris...

August 28, 2019

Thomas Edison is famous for many things (famously, perhaps, inventing the incandescent bulb). One story you may be less familiar with, however, is that of the Edison Light Bulb Test. The story goes…

July 26, 2019

Waterclock Engineering is celebrating its 3rd anniversary this month! To commemorate, we are highlighting three areas of growth that showcase how we continue to serve our customers better.


Custom product requests are one of the primary reasons Waterclock Engineering was founded in 2016. There was a large need in the industry to provide customized p...

June 24, 2019

When you check out the video of the analysis, you’ll see a tank that is cylindrically uniform. We were able to conduct the axisymmetric analysis in 2D. By doing this, we were able to increase the mesh density considerably, while decreasing the computing power and time. The bottom part in the video is the body of the tank with a sealing lip. The top part i...

You have collectively asked us to help with many unique projects like revamping old systems or expanding into new product lines that better suit your needs. I’ve personally enjoyed tackling the challenges of reverse engineering systems and designing new custom components.

April 19, 2019

The Original Hydraulic Fluid: Water. Did you know that water has been used for centuries as the first medium for hydraulics? Without these early inventions, a lot of us wouldn’t be in business today. In honor of Earth Day, we’re celebrating water by giving a quick recap of it’s importance for fluid power.

April 5, 2019

Tackling custom problems is our passion. Read the below article authored by our President, Scott Sardina, on how he found a non-invasive, drop-in pressure gauge solution.

Subscribe to any fluid power magazine or go to their website, and you will find how to pick out a pressure gauge. This article will not teach that; however, I hope this experience teaches...

August 15, 2017

Waterclock Engineering is happy to announce we are officially one year old! The past year has been full of unique and interesting projects. We are happy to be a part of the solutions. We look forward to growing while providing more solutions with the same level of service and quality in the years to come. Thank you to everyone who has made this possible!


March 3, 2017

Waterclock Engineering recently shipped its first set of intensifier fluid plungers. The system these go on can pump water up to 7.5 GPM at 43,000 psi! The intensifier is hydraulically driven. Surface finish, bending, stress, and materials all need to be taken into consideration for this design. This is a great example of how Waterclock Engineering can he...

November 19, 2016

Waterclock Engineering is a firm supporter of fluid power certifications through the International Fluid Power Society (IFPS). Scott Sardina is a Director-At-Large and Vice Chair of the Marketing committee for the society. He holds a Certified Fluid Power Specialist (CFPS) credential. 

The IFPS certifications are a good way to prove your knowledge and skil...

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