Ray Garvey

Ray Garvey is an engineer and inventor named on more than  20 U.S. patents associated with oil analyzers, infrared thermography, machine monitoring, and composite structures. Ray has been an employee of Emerson Process Management for 22 years, and is known for his participation in the development of Emerson’s CSI 5100 and CSI 5200 Minilab analyzers. Ray received his BS degree from West Point and MS degree from the University of Tennessee. His professional certifications  include Professional Engineer (PE), Certified Lubrication Specialist (CLS), and U.S. Army Engineer ( Lt. Col. retired).  Ray worked for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (five years active, 20 years reserve), U.S. DOE Uranium Gas Centrifuge Program (11 years), and is currently employed with Emerson Process Management.

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