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Modern Rupture Discs Support Increased Plant Capacity

Date: Jun 01, 2016

Alan Wilson, Senior Field Engineer for Oseco, just published an article that is featured on the cover of Chemical Engineering's June, 2016 issue. 

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About the Author: 

Alan Wilson is Senior Field Engineer for Oseco, a manufacturer of rupture discs and other safety pressure relief devices, in Broken Arrow, Okla. He holds a B.S. degree in mechanical design technology from Oklahoma State University and an M.B.A from Oklahoma City University. Alan has been with Oseco for 27 years, serving as an engineering expert in research and development, rupture disc analysis, and ASME code. Alan has earned several patents for his contributions to the Oseco portfolio and sits on two ASME committees. He has helped to design, build, and teach training seminar programs for the proper use, installation, and specification of rupture discs in on-site learning events for chemical processing plants and others in the field. Alan was also on the first team to coordinate with TV’s Mythbusters when they featured Oseco rupture discs in the first of 7 episodes, using them to measure explosion intensity.