Executive Director, Gardner Cryogenics, Rotoflow & Standard Plants
Ms. White is responsible for Air Products’ Standard Plants product line and the Gardner Cryogenics and Rotoflow businesses. Ms. White has been with Air Products for nearly 30 years, having joined in 1993 as a participant in the company’s Career Development Program. In 1996 she became principal process control engineer for Generated Gases, and in 2002 she moved to the Energy and Materials organization, where she served as procurement specialist for the material supply group. Ms. White was named global CAD system manager of engineering services for Global Engineering and Manufacturing (GEM) in 2005, and became process technology team manager of standard products for GEM in 2011. She was director, Standard Plants product line, before assuming her current position. Ms. White holds a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Global Business Manager, Turbomachinery Aftermarket Services
Mr. Prosser is responsible for managing our global aftermarket team focused on providing outstanding customer service and offerings relating to turbomachinery. He has over two decades of turbomachinery expertise, including his most prior role as director of engineering and technology for Air Products CryoMachinery Business. In this position, Mr. Prosser was responsible for the development, design, supply, and support of centrifugal and reciprocating machinery systems, guiding new product and technology development, directing Air Products’ entry into the direct expander sale of equipment market with the Rotoflow acquisition. Mr. Prosser holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Purdue University and served as a Combat Engineer in the U.S. Army on active duty and in-reserve for eight years.
Product Development Manager
Mr. Eiswerth is responsible for research and development of new technology and process improvements as well as managing proposal development and new product development teams. He has 17 years of turbomachinery engineering experience after having held numerous engineering roles within the Air Products CryoMachinery Department. As a product development engineer, Mr. Eiswerth led the development of a new, high-speed, permanent magnet generator-loaded, gas-bearing expander, with power recovery, and developed concepts for an in-line expander for LNG applications. Prior to this, as a machinery design engineer, he performed commissioning and startup of Air Products equipment on the world’s first operating floating LNG production plant. Mr. Eiswerth holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Bucknell University and has extensive experience with API-617, API-614, API-670, ASME B31.3, and ASME BPVC Sections II, VIII, and IX.
Design Engineering Manager
Mr. Johnston is responsible for the engineering and design of Rotoflow equipment. In this role, he leads engineering, design, and project management teams and is responsible for ensuring operability, reliability, and functional excellence for Rotoflow products. Having been with Air Products for almost 30 years, Mr. Johnston has extensive experience with cryogenic turbomachinery. Prior to his current position, he was a mechanical design engineer, responsible for the concept, layout, performance, reliability, installation, commissioning, start-up, and troubleshooting of turbomachinery. Mr. Johnston holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Purdue University.