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David G Malgee

from Colonial Heights, VA
Age ~65

David Malgee Phones & Addresses

  • 3261 Jersey Ct, Colonial Hgts, VA 23834 (804) 526-2903
  • Colonial Heights, VA
  • Gettysburg, PA
  • Hopewell, VA

Work

Company: Vsp technologies Position: Chief operating officer

Education

Degree: Master of Arts (M.A.) School / High School: University of Richmond 1979 to 1983 Specialities: American History (United States)

Skills

Process Improvement • Product Management • Manufacturing • Engineering • Lean Manufacturing • Six Sigma • Operations Management • Strategic Planning • Purchasing

Industries

Mechanical or Industrial Engineering

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Chief Operating Officer And Co-Owner At Vsp Technologies

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Position:
Chief Operating Officer at VSP Technologies, Chief Operating Officer and co-owner at VSP Technologies
Location:
Richmond, Virginia Area
Industry:
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
Work:
VSP Technologies
Chief Operating Officer

VSP Technologies - 8140 Quality Drive Prince George, VA 23875 since 1979
Chief Operating Officer and co-owner
Education:
University of Richmond 1979 - 1983
Master of Arts (M.A.), American History (United States)
Skills:
Process Improvement
Product Management
Manufacturing
Engineering
Lean Manufacturing
Six Sigma
Operations Management
Strategic Planning
Purchasing

Publications

Us Patents

Anti-Buckling Spiral Wound Gasket

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US Patent:
5964468, Oct 12, 1999
Filed:
Jan 14, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/783094
Inventors:
Rickey W Chester - Disputanta VA
David G. Malgee - Colonial Heights VA
Paul F. Malgee - Colonial Heights VA
Alfred F. Waterland - Elkton MD
International Classification:
F16J 1512
US Classification:
277610
Abstract:
An improved spiral wound gasket is disclosed that deters and redirects buckling. The invention includes the following: an integral inner ring, a gasket element, outer wraps and a outer guide ring. The integral inner ring is a winding of a thin strip of metal of at least seven revolutions that is overlapped over itself and secured to itself. The gasket element is wound around the integral inner ring and includes a second thin strip of metal and also a thin strip of filler material so as to form alternate layers of the thin strip of metal and filler material. The outer wraps are a winding around the circumference of the gasket element of a thin strip of metal. The invention also discloses a new outer guide ring that has a inside edge that, together with the outside circumferential edge of a spiral wound gasket, defines apertures. These apertures or expansion zones allow filler material to displace radially outwardly rather than radially inwardly to form buckles.
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