David Hunter began his career, proudly serving in the United States Navy, before moving to Germany to study machine building at the Heinrich-Wieland Schule. Fluent in German, after earning his degree, David accepted a position at Arthur Klink assembling large scale automated broaching machines. In 1994 he moved back to the United States with his family and accepted a position at Microfluidics Corporation where he started the Field Service department and built it to a multi-person department, traveling globally, providing technical support, installations, trainings, and real-time solutions for some of the largest pharmaceutical, biotech, and chemical companies in the world.
David’s philosophy has always been to provide exceptional customer service. Now, as Founder, President and CEO of Dyhydromatics, he has expanded that to include high quality locally sourced parts and products, and to build solid business relationships with his customers that go beyond the purchase of any machine.
When building this company, David reached out to experts in the industry and built a team of professionals who hold the same values. As Dyhydromatics has grown, we have continued to listen to the needs of our customers, and have developed equipment specifically designed to overcome their frustrations. Many of our employees have lived and worked overseas and better understand culture and language. Dyhydromatics continues to listen to our customers and is striving to raise the bar with each system. In 2020, both of David's sons (Engineers by trade) joined the company, bringing the best of big company processes, to our nimble, responsive company.
When the decision was made to offer a portion of proceeds of all new machine sales to a non-profit, it was important to David to support military veterans, and in particular, PTSD programs. At the same time, his sons were passionate about environment issues. When we found Force Blue, we knew this was the perfect non-profit for Dyhydromatics to support. To learn more about how this program retrains military veterans to work in the world of marine conservation, for the betterment of both, watch this CBS Evening News report.