Steve Mushero spent 5 years at
Albany International, mostly in East Greenbush,
NY (near Albany). He was part of the startup team
for the new $50 million press fabric
manufacturing plant pictured here, as senior engineer in charge
of electrical and control systems. He built,
managed, and trained numerous engineering and
maintenance teams in design, automation software, advanced systems engineering
Steve was responsible for all power and control
systems at the facility, including machine
design, maintenance, robotics, radioactive
gauging, safety systems, heating and HVAC
controls, an 8 megawatt plant power system, and
numerous other plant systems.
One of the two large $3 million, 100 ton
Needle Looms that puts together paper machine
felts. One of our largest machines.
Steve's involvement in the 2nd machine resulted in
over 100 design improvements.
|A finishing dryer - one of
Steve's first automation projects.
|An idea of the size of the
systems - the world's largest rolls,
weighing 10-20 tons drive much of the machinery.
carding needle loom, another of the
specialty systems for handling delicate textiles.