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Johnson, E.

Graham Corp., Covington, Louisiana

Eric Michael Johnson has worked for 7 yr as a Service Engineer for Graham Corp. in Batavia, New York, specializing in the evaluation, troubleshooting and commissioning of vacuum equipment. He previously acted as the Supervisor of Graham’s service department, overseeing the daily operation of its service team and providing support for vacuum systems globally. He now assists Graham Corp. with its expanding support role by helping manage the company’s newly opened Gulf Coast Office in Covington, Louisiana. Mr. Johnson graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York with a BS degree in mechanical engineering.

Set refinery profitability goals

Graham Corp.: Johnson, A.  |  Johnson, E.
Process Improvement Engineering: Lieberman, N.

While the ultimate purpose of operating a refinery is to produce gasoline, diesel or asphalt, key objectives include improving return on investment (ROI), net profitability and cash flow.

Maintenance and turnaround planning critical to successful ejector vacuum system operation

Graham Corp.: Johnson, E.

Steam ejector vacuum systems are generally considered to be reliable and require little maintenance.

Troubleshooting vacuum operation of an inter-after condenser unit in an ethylene plant

Sasol: Wieslaw, T.  |  Nichols, J.
Process Improvement Engineering: Lieberman, N.
Graham Corp.: Johnson, E.

A system of compressors powered by surface condensing steam turbines is inherent in the operation of a typical ethane cracker unit.

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