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Michael B. Fedenyszen, II

Michael B. Fedenyszen, II

Michael B. Fedenyszen, II, is a senior instrumentation and controls engineer at R.G. Vanderweil Engineers, LLP, and ISA’s Publications Department vice president elect. He is an active life member of ISA, serving in many leadership roles and has received numerous awards. Fedenyszen has a 30-year history of integrating and optimizing instrumentation and controls requirements for combined heat and power plants and central utility plants.

Recent Posts:

Why Bypassing the Factory Acceptance Test at Startup Is a Bad Idea

The investment in a solid factory acceptance test (FAT) pays big dividends and makes a large contrib...
Michael B. Fedenyszen, II Oct 16, 2019 9:00:24 AM

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