Journeyman Instrumentation technician with 30 years experience at Dow Chemical Co. in various positions and 11 years running my own business, Denny's Instrumentation, Inc. I have been on the commissioning and start-up team of several new chemical plants and have been involved in many shutdowns and turnarounds at refineries, chemical plants, and mills with a strong emphasis on safety.
Assisted in training 8 instrument apprentices, one at a time, for six months each.
Retired from Dow Chemical in June 2003
Four year apprenticeship in instrumentation. 7000 hours of total training with 1000 hours of classroom training which included electronic troubleshooting, computer control and electronic/electrical problem solving and repair. Training on devices that measure all process variables including: flow(vortex, magnetic, mass and turbine), pressure (psia, psig, and vacuum), weight(scales and weigh cell systems), ph, level, temperature(rtd's and thermocouples), conductivity, turbidity and much more. This apprenticeship was certified by the United States Department of Labor.
Emphasis in mathematics
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