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Gene Tompkins Phones & Addresses

  • 1760 Crown Dr, Oshkosh, WI 54904 (920) 589-2186
  • Plymouth, WI
  • 2103 Cedarcrest Ct, Arkansas City, KS 67005 (620) 442-1980
  • Texas City, TX
  • 630 Shady Ridge Ct, Grafton, WI 53024
  • Winfield, KS
  • Lebanon, PA
  • Sheboygan, WI

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Gene Tompkins Photo 1

President

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Location:
Oshkosh, WI
Industry:
Oil & Energy
Work:
Webster Engineering & Manufacturing Jan 2013 - Jun 2013
Consultant

Tompkins Combustion Jan 2013 - Jun 2013
President

Webster Engineering & Manufacturing 2002 - 2011
Director of Engineering

Cleaver-Brooks 1989 - 2002
Director of Engineering
Education:
Milwarukee School of Engineering
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
Skills:
Boilers
Engineering
Lean Manufacturing
Product Development
Problem Solving
Strategic Planning
Heat Transfer
Program Management
Steam
Continuous Improvement
Customer Service
Project Engineering
Inspection
Piping
Power Generation
Mechanical Engineering
Manufacturing
Pumps
Power Plants
Energy
Hvac
Combustion
Factory
R&D
Energy Management
Gas
Biomass
Gene Tompkins Photo 2

Gene Tompkins

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Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Gene Tompkins
Director of Engineering
Webster Combustion Technology LLC
Mfg Heating Equipment-Nonelectric
619 Industrial Blvd, Winfield, KS 67156
PO Box 7124, Fort Worth, TX 76111
(620) 221-7464
Gene Tompkins
Director - Engineering
Webster Engineering Co., L.L.C.
Heating Equipment, Except Electric
619 Industrial Blvd, Winfield, KS 67156
(620) 221-7464, (620) 221-9447

Publications

Us Patents

Method And Apparatus For Controlling Combustion In A Burner

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US Patent:
8303297, Nov 6, 2012
Filed:
Oct 31, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/981222
Inventors:
Gene Tompkins - Arkansas City KS, US
Alan Brennan - Winfield KS, US
Jerry Kunkle - Arkansas City KS, US
Assignee:
Webster Engineering & Manufacturing Co., LLC - Winfield KS
International Classification:
F23N 1/02
US Classification:
431 90, 431 12, 431 89
Abstract:
A method and apparatus that applies corrections to the mass flow rate of combustion air into a gas or oil-fired, forced-draft burner, and thus provides for correcting the air-fuel ratio, by directly measuring the combustion air temperature and/or the barometric pressure of the combustion air, and using these measurements to develop a fan speed drive signal that corrects the volume of air inlet to the burner system without the use of the complex and expensive fully metered control systems, or elaborate feedback systems, or systems that require real-time combustion analysis, and the like.

Combustion System With High Turn Down Ratio

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US Patent:
20060183068, Aug 17, 2006
Filed:
Feb 14, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/058513
Inventors:
Theodore Wrona - Derby KS, US
Gene Tompkins - Arkansas City KS, US
International Classification:
F23D 14/62
US Classification:
431354000, 431181000
Abstract:
A low NOcombustion system for reducing the production of nitrogen oxides in its emissions while allowing unusually high turndown ratios in operation is shown. The system includes an improved burner which has a firing head with an outlet end which can be mounted on a sidewall of a heat exchanger such as a boiler. The burner includes a fan, a windbox, a burner drawer assembly and a gas manifold. The windbox has an internal scroll-shaped passageway which is contoured to improve air flow from the fan to the firing head. An improved air straightener and diffuser head in the burner drawer assembly cooperate with improvements in the air supply system to provide improved combustion characteristics and a higher than usual turndown ratio for the burner assembly.

Economizer

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US Patent:
43183662, Mar 9, 1982
Filed:
Apr 1, 1980
Appl. No.:
6/136395
Inventors:
Gene A. Tompkins - Cedarburg WI
Assignee:
Aqua-Chem, Inc. - Milwaukee WI
International Classification:
F22B 3300
F22D 102
US Classification:
122 20B
Abstract:
A boiler economizer includes a first heat exchanger disposed in a boiler flue and a second heat exchanger which is external. Boiler feedwater is delivered in series to the first and second heat exchangers before passage to the boiler. A flow controller directs a first portion of the boiler feedwater directly to the first heat exchanger and a second portion is first delivered through the second heat exchanger where it is passed in a heat exchange relation with the feedwater exiting the first heat exchanger. The flow controller is positioned by a temperature transponder which is responsive to the temperature of the discharge flue gases and the feedwater entering the first heat exchanger.
Gene A Tompkins from Oshkosh, WI, age ~75 Get Report