A rugged, long life, low power, compact fluid pump will have applications in the thermal subsystem of the Primary Life Support System (PLSS) of the next generation space suit. Lynntech's fluid pump will be more efficient, lighter, and more robust the centrifugal pump currently used in the Shuttle Extravehicular Mobile unit (EMU). Additionally, Lynntech's pump does not suffer from cavitation issues and is not susceptible to water impurities, like the Shuttle EMU pump. With the increasing power density of electronics, there is a growing market for miniature, low-power pumps for use in the thermal management of consumer electronics. In particular, the interest in a low-cost, lightweight, quiet, efficient liquid pump for laptop cooling is high. Another potentially large market is thermal management systems for small fuel cell power systems.