Tamin Enterprises was founded in 1983 as a partnership for developing counted cross-stitch kits. Over the years, business evolved to include machine design and Stirling engine development.
In 2001 Tamin Enterprises created a separate company called Tamin˜a California corporation˜located in Half Moon Bay, California. Their facilities include an engineering office, which uses Computer Aided Design (CAD) and other engineering software, a machine shop for producing parts for prototypes and an engine-test facility. Tamin are currently building an endurance machine for testing piston seals as part of on going engine-development program.
Tamin is engaged in research and development (R&D) of Stirling-cycle engines initially for powering electrical generator sets. Future applications include combined heat and power (CHP), hybrid vehicles, recreational vehicles (RVs), farm and construction equipment, boats and lawn and garden equipment. Tamin intend to replace IC prime mover engines with Stirling-cycle technology in everyday consumer, industrial and commercial applications.
Further information can be found at http://www.tamin.com
Tamin can be contacted at
207B Harvard Avenue. Half Moon Bay, Ca. 94019-0222 USA.
1-650-563-9077 (phone). 1-650-563-9076 (fax)