- HENRY J. DEL GATTO
39 Sadie Street
Hamilton NJ 08619
accomplished electrical/electronics design engineer with demonstrated ability in product definition, product design and development.
Over twelve years experience within a small business environment, with direct responsibility for product definition,
design engineering and marketing; eight years experience within National Lab R&D projects as a senior design engineer and
ten years of engineering & engineering management within the Aerospace industry.
an electronics capability for NWL Transformers permitting entry into sophisticated Power Supply and Controls markets. Personally
responsible for product definition and conceptual designs that launched NWL as the predominant player in this market.
for increase of market share in ESP Power Supply market from 35% to over 80% for US market.
Created a market-focused division
within NWL and increased sales by 30% in the first year through innovative designs and customer/market focus.
Jan 1999 to Present: INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT:
Currently engaged as an engineering, marketing and technical
Performing services such as ESP power and Control analysis, product design, technical writing, technical
training, product specification, testing and commisioning. Capabilities include the design and manufacture of production automation
and test equipment, including R&D efforts.
Nov. 1997 to Dec. 1998: SILICON POWER CORP., Malvern PA
Operations; Semi conductor division
Operations manager of a $10 MM company engaged in externally funded R & D, engineering
and manufacturing of leading edge, high power semi-conductors. Responsible for leadership of a 30 person manufacturing operation
and a 4 person sales and marketing team.
Sept. 1995 to Nov. 1997: NWL TRANSFORMERS CORP, Bordentown NJ
and general manager of Power Systems Division.
Head of a division formed to improve company focus on growth potential
in the high-energy Power Supply market segment. The products offered are typically DC power supplies above 20 KV, from 20
KW to 3,000 KW. The market includes OEM with long term relationships, large dollar value one-time end users, National Labs
& Universities. Increases sales/shipments from $6 MM to $10 MM in two years through new product designs and market support
Direct responsibility for marketing, sales, electrical & mechanical engineering and customer service (12 direct
June 1984 to Aug. 1995: NWL TRANSFORMERS CORP, Bordentown NJ
Vice President and general manager of Environmental
Responsibilities include technical leadership and direct supervision for a 20+ person staff
(Marketing, Sales, Engineering) for a $10M+ annual sales division. The products offered include high voltage Power Supplies
for use on commercial Electrostatic Precipitators (55-80 KV,
40-120 KW) with embedded computer controls along with various
other CPU based controllers associated with ESPís. The market includes OEM of the ESPís as well as Public and Private electric
generating plants and Pulp & Paper mills.
This division grew from $6.5M to $10M+ in a declining US market.
1976 to May 1984: PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, PLASMA PHYSICS LAB
Senior Professional Staff TOKAMAC FUSION REACTOR.
a team of engineers and technicians in the design, development and construction of the CICADA control system for DOE funded
project. Advanced technology in the areas of distributed instrumentation systems and high speed data transfers.
1971 to May 1976: GRUMMAN AEROSPACE CORP, Bethpage NY
Engineering Group Leader, F14A (Navy Fighter) Ground Support Dept.
January 1966 to April 1971: GRUMMAN AEROSPACE CORP
Engineer/Group Leader Lunar Module, Apollo Space Program
1965 to December 1965: Western Electric Corp, NYC, NY
Electrical Engineer, R & D -Electronic Switching Systems
BSEE Clarkson College of Technology, Potsdam NY
PATENTS: 2 Patents; Precipitator Rapper Controls
publications including Feature Article McGraw-Hill, POWER MAGAZINE: "DON'T LET ESP BECOME ACHILLES' HEEL OF COMPLIANCE STRATEGY"
Papers and presentations at several Electric Power and Air Pollution Control exhibits and conferences
industry standard specification for Electrostatic Precipitators, published through ICAC