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VMAC R&D Team Welcomes New Mechanical Engineer

Kyle McWilliam, a mechanical engineering graduate from the University of Victoria, has been named a new mechanical engineer within the company’s R&D department.

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NANAIMO, B.C. – VMAC has appointed Kyle McWilliam, a mechanical engineering graduate from the University of Victoria, as a new mechanical engineer within the company’s R&D department.
 
VMAC is a manufacturer of compact air compressor systems for the mobile-mechanic; tire service, utilities and construction industries.  VMAC’s award-winning Research and Development team works with the "Big 3" OEMs, working closely with manufacturers on future vehicles and testing of new vehicles and products.
 
Prior to completing the engineering program at the University of Victoria, McWilliam completed the mechanical engineering technology program and the bridge program from Camosun College. His final project at Camosun was an electro-pneumatic hand control system to allow paraplegic drivers to operate vehicles equipped with manual transmissions.  
 
McWilliam’s engineering background includes experience with the yacht construction, composites R&D and aviation industries. He also has been involved in CNC machining and metal fabrication of new designs. In his free time, he pursues other aspects of mechanical engineering including rebuilding and modifying vehicle engines, and designing and building suspension systems, bumpers, and roll cages for off-road vehicles.  
 
McWilliam will work with VMAC’s expert engineering team with a focus on new and updated VR applications, the RAPTAIR60 Diesel Drive system and new product development.
 
For more information about VMAC, VMAC UNDERHOOD, VMAC RAPTAIR and VMAC Hydraulic Air Compressor Systems and Throttles, visit http://www.vmacair.com/ or call 1-800-738-8622.
 
 
 
 
 

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