Toxic and Combustible Gas Detection Practices in the Water and Wastewater Industry
NEW! Presented by The New Jersey Water Association and NSI Neal Systems, Inc.
Lunch Included, Compliments of NSI Neal Systems, Inc.
Dates and Locations:
November 26, 2019, Mount Olive Township Senior Center, 204 Flanders-Drakestown Rd., Mount Olive, Morris County (Across the parking lot from the municipal building)
4.0 TCH for NJ-Licensed Water and Wastewater Operators-Safety. TCH Course Number 04-021903-31.
4.0 Hours, CPWM. 3.0 Technical, 1.0 Management. DLGS-NJWA-170
Dexter Vilar’s experience with industrial process controls and data acquisition dates back to 1992, the year he graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering. Through the years, he has held positions as a Product Marketing Manager, Technical Writer and Instructor, Territory Manager, and Applications Engineer. Dexter has worked with industrial gas leak detection products and systems for the last 15 years and is currently an Applications Engineer for NSI Neal Systems, Inc. in Newtown, PA. The breadth of his experience in industry has enabled him to engage in key aspects of bringing industrial process monitoring, control, and data management products to market. With a background focused on overseeing the full life cycle of a wide variety of products – from concept to design through to manufacturing and eventual deployment in end-user installations, Dexter’s knowledge of industrial gas leak detection covers both the theoretical and practical, and is something he is very much looking forward to sharing with others in the professional development setting of this seminar.