Chuck Wolfe has 30 years of experience in chemical laboratory and pilot plant operations. He has been involved in the design and construction of high and low-pressure reactor systems, the development of analytical methods, and the synthesis of novel highly reactive compounds. He is familar with inert atmosphere techniques, including glassware and glove box systems. He also has extensive experience in various techniques for the preparation of heterogeneous catalysts, including incipient wetness, co-precipitation, evaporation, ion exchange, and passivation.
You might be surprised to learn that David Statler’s interest in chemical engineering and solving problems was solidified during a sophomore English class at St. Marys High School in St. Marys, W.Va. An assignment to develop a resume and apply for a mock job opportunity as a research and development (R&D) chemical engineer with a local company, landed David a “mock job.” But this experience was enough for David to know that he wanted to develop processes and solve problems someday.