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Join ISA-LA and our speaker, Mark Dykoff for a presentation that will provide a high-level overview of regulator operation and types, sizing and selection of pressure reducing and backpressure regulators, and tips & tricks - basic troubleshooting and tuning.
About the Speaker
Mark Dykoff is the Business Unit Manager for Fisher Regulators at Caltrol, the Emerson Automation Solutions Impact Partner for the Southwestern United States. Mark began his career at Caltrol in 2009 as an applications engineer for the Fisher brand of control valves and regulators. Mark has control valve and regulator application experience in several industries including, refining, mining, life science, and power. In 2010 Mark took on application engineering responsibility for the gas utilities and pipelines in Caltrol’s territory, as well as responsibilities as the Fisher Regulator product champion. As the manager of the Fisher Regulator business unit he maintains responsibility for providing technical support regarding Fisher control valves and regulators for his gas utility accounts as well as responsibility for training and supporting application engineers, technicians, and end users in challenging regulator and valve applications. Prior to Caltrol Mark worked briefly in the elevator industry as a maintenance operations manager serving several hotels on the Las Vegas strip. Before that, he spent 10 years in the US Navy as a nuclear trained electrician and electrical operator on board fast attack submarines.
Mark lives in Las Vegas with his wife and son and enjoys various outdoor activities like off-roading, camping, and hiking, as well as spending time with the family.
When: September 14th
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Meeting ID: 850 5049 4568
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