Founded in the spring of 2000, RINI Technologies provides innovative technology and product solutions to
tough thermal-management challenges. RINI Technologies' core expertise is in Evaporative Spray Cooling (ESC),
Thermal Energy Storage (TES) and Miniature Refrigeration System. These technologies are leveraged for a variety
of applications for high-power lasers, power electronics, and personal cooling devices.
The company got its start winning competitive contracts through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
program. With customers such as Army Natick Soldier Center, Air Force Research Laboratory, Office of Naval
Research, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, and more, RINI Technologies is well known and respected
in the advanced thermal management industry. RINI Technologies provides solutions to Tier 1 government
contractors such as Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, and SAIC and has successfully executed over 30 contracts for
thermal-management programs with the Federal government. In all cases, RINI delivers solutions that solve customer
issues while reducing size, weight, and power requirements.
Due to steady growth, consistent performance, and customer loyalty, RINI Technologies graduated from the
University of Central Florida Technology Incubator (UCFTI). UCFTI is a national award winning business incubator established to foster and develop high-tech
start-up companies. The UCFTI was designated as the national "Incubator of the Year" in 2004. In 2006, the company
was honored with the Metro Orlando Economic Development William Schwartz Award. The award was given due to
exceptional technology innovations the company has brought to Central Florida.
The thermal management offered by RINI Technologies requires special skills and training. Our staff has
extensive experience in the disciplines of fluid
mechanics, heat transfer, thermodynamic analysis, and modeling.
These disciplines are applied to advanced materials, heat exchanger design, refrigeration technology and systems
integration. With a mix of key employees holding doctorate degrees in their respective fields of expertise, RINI
Technologies works closely with the academic community to groom a qualified work force. In addition, the company
has a dedicated machine shop and rapid prototyping capabilities for precision manufacturing and assembly.
RINI Technologies believe that the cornerstone to any technology company is a strong intellectual property
portfolio. The company has secured key patents in each area of core expertise described above, has several
patents in process and numerous invention disclosures. RINI Technologies will continue our strong history of
innovation and intellectual property development to ensure long-term stability and revenue sources.
RINI's office and research laboratory is in Oviedo, Florida approximately one mile from the University of
Central Florida. The 12,000 square foot facility provides flexible space for the administration, engineering,
research and development, integration and rapid prototyping; with 6,000 square feet of laboratory space with a
fully equipped machine shop.
RINI Technologies laboratory is equipped with several fully automated data acquisition systems, computers,
high voltage power supplies, chillers, thermal test chambers, life and reliability test stations for systems and
components, and other equipment needed to conduct research and development in thermal management fields.
RINI's on-site machine shop facility houses several CNC milling machines, lathes, grinders, and manual
equipment; enabling precision machining capabilities. This fully capable on-site facility allows for
rapid fabrication of custom prototype parts and the flexibility to make rapid design changes facilitating
parametric design tests to be conducted.
Facilitated through the CFTI program, RINI Technologies collaborates with UCF partners within the Colleges
of Engineering, the School of Optics, and the Office of Research. Through this collaboration, RINI Technologies
has access to laboratory and research facilities which include a clean room, a scanning electron microscope,
and an array of fully equipped labs that include fiber optics, laser plasma, spectroscopy and many others resources.