29. November 2017 | Industry

Bloom Engineering grows with addition of seasoned Service Technician

Early this month, Bloom Engineering welcomed Kip Bailey as a full-time Field Service Technician. He most recently worked for a furnace builder, so is intimately familiar with process and furnaces. He brings a wealth of experience in both combustion and specific process knowledge and is a welcome addition to the team. Bloom now has four full-time technicians and six part-time technicians.

Led by Kerry Henderson, the service team works on sites throughout North America with capabilities to handle trouble-shooting, commissioning, installation supervision, and controls tuning for combustion systems. Although they most commonly support the steel and aluminum industries, the service team can handle a wide range of combustion systems, regardless of the original manufacturer of the equipment.

Kip Bailey

Mrs Henderson is excited to have him on the team. “Kip has a strong background in instrumentation which will complement the strengths of some of our other technicians. We have sent him on a few jobs, and he has already proven himself to be a valuable addition to the team.”

Bloom Engineering designs quality industrial burners and combustion systems supporting many markets worldwide. With extensive experience in many industries, on-site research and development facilities, and customizable product lines, Bloom Engineering has provided solutions tailored to a customer’s specific needs for over eighty years. Bloom’s products can be used for a variety of applications and can be operated with a wide array of fuels and capacity ranges.