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Helmut G. Brosz
President & C.E.O
See Website for USA Office Address
64 Bullock Drive
Markham Ontario L3P 3P2
CAN
phone: 905-472-6660
fax: 905-472-6665
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Brosz & Associates are Electrical Experts headed by President and C.E.O., Professor Helmut G. Brosz, B.A.Sc., D.B.A., F.A.A.F.S., P. ENG., Adjunct Professor at Ryerson University, Adjunct Assistant Professor at University of Toronto.

They provide a wide range of highly specialized Forensic Science and Engineering, Accident Reconstruction, Testing, Commissioning, and Technical and Scientific Services. Their staff of specialists and experts have completed over 5,200 assignments since 1970 ranging from electrical accidents and electrocutions to electrical power system investigation and testing of equipment failures including circuit breakers, motors, switchgear, generators, transformers and appliances.

Their engineering facilities at Brosz & Associates enables them to perform in-depth research, electrical testing, forensic laboratory testing, microscopy, macro photography and photographic documentation, X-Ray testing, infrared testing, high voltage testing, high current testing and more. Most of their testing equipment is portable and they are also capable of producing professional collages and scale models for reports, mediations, depositions and trial.

Their clients include insurance companies, legal firms, adjusters, risk managers, manufacturers, contractors, utilities, governments and individuals.

Services Include:
  • Cause and Origin Investigations
  • Failure Analysis
  • Loss Prevention and Mitigation
  • Subrogation Support for the Insurance Industry
  • Electrical Safety and Accident Prevention
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    John E. Batey
    35 Fawn Rd.
    Easton CT 06612
    USA
    phone: 203-459-0353
    fax: 203-459-0282
    John Batey is a Professional Engineer with more than 30 years of experience related to Combustion Equipment Design, Testing and Performance Evaluation. He started and headed the combustion equipment research and development program at Brookhaven National Laboratory. This program focused on testing and evaluating residential and commercial oil and gas heating equipment.

    As a consulting engineer, he completed many successful projects related to residential, commercial and industrial burner operation, adjustment, and efficiency improvement. He has supplied consulting services to many law firms, insurance companies, oilheat marketers and associations, oil and gas equipment manufacturers. He has served as Technical Director of the Oilheat Manufacturers Association (OMA) for the past ten years.

    Areas of Expertise:
  • Carbon Monoxide injuries and deaths from oil and gas combustion equipment
  • Smoke and Soot Damage from Oil and Propane Equipment
  • Fuel Oil Leaks
  • Fires Related to Heating Equipment
  • Burn Injuries from Combustion Heating Equipment
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    J&J Associates
    James J. Shields, PE
    1036 Cornell Avenue
    Drexel Hill PA 19026
    USA
    phone: 610-446-2215
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    James J. Shields, PE - Mechanical Engineer

    Engineering & Consulting Services based on over 45 years experience in the design, startup, and trouble-shooting of: piping systems, fluid machinery and auxiliary equipment (pumps, compressors, storage tanks, heat exchangers, filters, separators, valves) instrumentation, and controls in utility and industrial power plants.

    Expert Witness Investigations / Reports / Testimony: Gaseous and Liquid fuels; Fuel Delivery Trucks; Natural Gas and Propane Systems and Storage Tanks; Residential / Commercial Oil and Gas-fired: Boilers, Furnaces, Heaters; Air Conditioning Plants; Electric Generators; Concrete Pumping Apparatus and Hoses; Domestic and Commercial Appliances; Water Softeners.

    Failure Analysis: Natural Gas/Propane Explosions; Boilers; Furnaces; Hot Water Heaters; Pumps; Piping/Hoses/Plumbing; Automatic Control Devices; Log Splitters; Appliances - Gas Ranges, Washers, Dryers, Water Chillers.

    Selected Litigation Experience:
    • Failures of combustion turbines
    • Pumping of concrete where delivery line separated, causing serious injury
    • Gasoline delivery truck where delivery line ruptured, resulting in fuel igniting causing serious injury
    • Residential central air conditioning plant
    • Two gasoline delivery trucks being simultaneously unloaded, which caught fire, resulting in a fatality
    • Failed industrial baking oven at a large supermarket chain in New Jersey
    • Residential natural gas explosions in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
    • Failures of filters, hydraulic pistons/accumulators, hoses, and tube fittings, etc.
    8/10/2017 · Engineering
    Case Synopsis - A family wanted to add a self-contained heater for their home living room for use upon the loss of in-home AC (Alternating Current) power. They went to a nearby Home & Building Supply store to select and purchase a heater. The store salesman recommended a kerosene heater, which could provide independent heat upon a loss of power. The salesman recommended a kerosene heater rated at 23,000 BTU/Hour, and as a feature of the heater sale, he assembled the heater and provided brief operating instructions on its use.