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Douglas G Wernerspach

from Bridgewater, NJ
Age ~63

Douglas Wernerspach Phones & Addresses

  • 271 Greenfield Rd, Bridgewater, NJ 08807 (908) 575-9155
  • East Hanover, NJ
  • Warren, NJ
  • 35 Walnut Ct, Fishkill, NY 12524
  • 4 Kensington Ct, Neshanic Station, NJ 08853 (908) 369-0659 (908) 369-4137
  • Branchburg, NJ
  • Hillsborough, NJ
  • South Bound Brook, NJ
  • Bridgeport, NJ
  • 271 Greenfield Rd, Bridgewater, NJ 08807 (908) 618-2883

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Position: Technicians and Related Support Occupations

Emails

d***h@aol.com

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Douglas Wernerspach

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Address:
271 Greenfield Rd, Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Phone:
(908) 575-9155
VIN:
YS3FD49Y671143465
Make:
SAAB
Model:
9-3
Year:
2007

Resumes

Resumes

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International Product Management - Thermo Fisher Scientific

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Position:
Global Product Marketing Management at Thermo Fisher Scientific
Location:
Greater New York City Area
Industry:
Biotechnology
Work:
Thermo Fisher Scientific since Aug 2005
Global Product Marketing Management
Education:
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey-New Brunswick
Bachelor of Science (BSc), Microbiology
The University of Connecticut School of Business
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Marketing, International Business
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Douglas Wernerspach

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Location:
United States

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Us Patents

Temperature-Controlled Homogenizer With Sample Gripper

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US Patent:
5267790, Dec 7, 1993
Filed:
Mar 6, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/846835
Inventors:
David T. Sutherland - Kingston NY
Siegfried G. Bart - Gardiner NY
Douglas G. Wernerspach - Fishkill NY
Dean B. Wise - Shokan NY
Anthony P. Montalbano - Bayville NY
Christopher T. Montalbano - Great Neck NY
Douglas J. Hohlbein - Central Islip NY
Assignee:
SP Industries Limited Partnership - Miami FL
International Classification:
B01F 1506
B01F 716
B01F 1304
US Classification:
366145
Abstract:
The present invention provides a high speed homogenizer which has an adjustable gripping means to grip and hold containers of varying size. This gripping and holding means can be centered or decentered under the homogenizing tool. Decentering a container held by the gripping and holding means tends to minimize or even eliminate vortexing problems. The homogenizer also has electronic means for controlling the speed and time of operation of the homogenizing tool. The electronic control means of the homogenizer can also monitor the temperature of the sample being homogenized and respond to changes in temperature when necessary. The homogenizer can be easily adjusted up and down a vertical support post by a counter weighting mechanism such as a constant force spring.
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