Chris has 11 years direct experience in heat recovery techniques, office & work shop based, analytical research with hands on test and development. Chris has a Full understanding of Steam processes, development of steam components specifically aimed at heat recovery.
Control system construction and operation, invention of new control based algorithms to allow control of thermal power and implications of converting that thermal energy into super heated steam to generate electricity.
Chris has managed and controlled the whole research and development department of all our heat recovery and steam applications with direct influence on engineering decisions and processes.
Expert in Computer programming, mig - tig welding, fabrication and CNC machining, Chris has looked after and developed most of the technology demonstration units and sold systems.
Chris has worked for CTEC from the beginning and has a full understanding of running of the systems - installations and plc control.