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CURRICULUM VITEA

1973:

Received a degree in Electrical Engineering from Technical College (HTS), Dordrecht, The Netherlands in 1973. Practical traineeship in the hydropower industry in Finland. Graduated in the Power Electronics discipline.

1974:

Started off my professional career with Holec (Heemaf) in Hengelo in 1974. For more than a decade activities were concentrated on the field of research and development of large (kW – MW range) electric motors and alternators including various electric machinery applications.

Topics: Electrical and mechanical design improvement, troubleshooting worldwide, project and application engineering, service and commissioning.

Special focus on machinery vibration analysis.

1985:

Joined Ventilatoren Sirocco Howden (VSH) in Hengelo in 1985 to work in the Engineering Department where I was concerned with aerodynamics, acoustics and mechanical design integrity of large axial and radial flow industrial fans and ventilation systems. Today, click here: www.howden.com (Howden Netherlands).

1989:

In 1989 I left VSH and was appointed manager of the Test Department at Holec Power Protection Group. Holec PPG serves a world market with manufacture, sales and service of diesel driven rotary Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems. I was responsible for the in-house performance testing and final acceptance tests of completely assembled UPS systems comprising rotating machines (diesel and electrical), controls, LV and MV switchgear, etc. A new test facility with 4000 kVA testing capability has been designed and commissioned under my supervision.

Today, click here: www.hitecups.com.

1995:

Early 1995 I have established myself as an independent Rotating Equipment Consultant.

Shell / Esso, Brent B platform, North Sea, 1976

Those were the days... Holec (Heemaf), the late 70’s.