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  • Carol Stream, IL
  • 1424 W Cimarron Dr, Peoria, IL 61614
  • 202 Weymouth Rd, New Gloucester, ME 04260 (207) 926-6088
  • 115 Tufts Rd, New Gloucester, ME 04260 (207) 926-6088
  • New Gloucestr, ME
  • Plymouth, WI
  • Gray, ME
  • Evanston, IL
  • Broadview, IL

Work

Company: Ta instruments Jan 2012 to Sep 2013 Address: New Castle, DE Position: Marketing manager

Education

School / High School: Michigan State University 2002 to 2007

Skills

Rheology • Thermal Analysis • Polymer Science • Polymers • Chemical Engineering • Composites • Characterization • Materials Science • TGA • R&D

Industries

Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing

Resumes

Resumes

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Marketing Manager At Ta Instruments

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Position:
Marketing Manager at TA Instruments
Location:
Greater Philadelphia Area
Industry:
Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing
Work:
TA Instruments - New Castle, DE since Jan 2012
Marketing Manager

TA Instruments - Schaumburg, IL Apr 2008 - Dec 2011
Applications Engineer

Argonne National Laboratory Sep 2007 - Apr 2008
Postdoctoral Researcher

Michigan State University 2002 - 2007
Research Assistant

Unifrax May 2001 - Aug 2001
Technical Intern
Education:
Michigan State University 2002 - 2007
State University of New York College at Buffalo 1998 - 2002
Skills:
Rheology
Thermal Analysis
Polymer Science
Polymers
Chemical Engineering
Composites
Characterization
Materials Science
TGA
R&D

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
David Bohnsack
BOHNSACK-EMMENS PROPERTIES, LLC

Publications

Us Patents

Apparatus And Method For Aspirating And Dispensing Liquid

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US Patent:
7870797, Jan 18, 2011
Filed:
Mar 9, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/684182
Inventors:
Richard H. Curtis - Gorham ME,
Kirby Pilcher - Portland ME,
David L. Bohnsack - New Gloucester ME,
Charles Ewing - Westbrook ME,
George Rodrigues - Westbrook ME,
John T. Bradshaw - Gorham ME,
Marc Boillat - Auvernier,
Assignee:
Artel, Inc. - Westbrook ME
International Classification:
G01N 1/14
B01L 3/02
US Classification:
7386414
Abstract:
A liquid aspirating and dispensing apparatus and method of using the apparatus. Among other elements, the apparatus includes a liquid handling device having one or more channel members, each of which has a removable liquid holding tip attached, and a signal transmitting device. A signal transmitted from the signal transmitting device may be used in a variety of ways to yield information regarding the performance of the apparatus. This information may be provided via direct detection of the signal by an operator of the apparatus. Alternatively, the signal may be detected by a programmable signal detecting device, interpreted by the apparatus, and then displayed in a form that is understandable to the operator. Furthermore, the liquid holding tip may be modified to enable different forms of signal transmission.

Air Displacement Liquid Delivery System And Related Method

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US Patent:
8096197, Jan 17, 2012
Filed:
Mar 30, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/694198
Inventors:
Richard H. Curtis - Gorham ME,
David L. Bohnsack - Westbrook ME,
George Rodrigues - Westbrook ME,
Marc Boillat - Auvernier,
Assignee:
Artel, Inc. - Westbrook ME
International Classification:
G01N 1/22
US Classification:
7386312
Abstract:
An air displacement liquid delivery system including a liquid delivery device, one or more sensors, a control unit, and a preprogrammable computing device, and a method for using the air displacement liquid delivery system. The one or more sensors are capable of obtaining information regarding conditions within and external to the liquid delivery device and sending this information to the control unit and/or the computing device. In turn, the control unit and/or computing device are capable of using this information to calculate one or more properties of gas contained within, and the air external to, the liquid delivery device, and one or more properties of a liquid that is to be aspirated or dispensed by the liquid delivery device. The system may optimally control the performance of the liquid delivery device based upon any one or more of these calculated properties.

Pipette Verification Device And Pipette

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US Patent:
2007005, Mar 15, 2007
Filed:
Feb 6, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/588553
Inventors:
Richard Curtis - Gorham ME,
David Bohnsack - New Gloucester ME,
Marc Boillat - Auvernier,
International Classification:
G01F 25/00
B01L 3/02
US Classification:
073001740, 073864180
Abstract:
Pipettes, widely used in clinical and pharmaceutical laboratories to transfer small volumes of liquid, may be subject to hidden performance degradation and operator error. Pipette performance cannot be accepted without monitoring. The present disclosure concerns a verification device for a pipette with a piston for aspirating then dispensing, using a shaft, a determined volume of liquid. This device may include: a first assembly for supplying a displaced volume measurement, comparing this measurement to a desired value and generating an indication of the difference between the measured volume and the desired value; and a second assembly, responding to the first assembly, for delivering information relating to the indication.

Apparatus And Method For Aspirating And Dispensing Liquid

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US Patent:
2011012, Jun 2, 2011
Filed:
Jan 13, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/005965
Inventors:
Richard H. Curtis - Gorham ME,
Kirby Pilcher - Portland ME,
David L. Bohnsack - New Gloucester ME,
Charles Ewing - Westbrook ME,
George Rodrigues - Westbrook ME,
John T. Bradshaw - Gorham ME,
Marc Boillat - Auvernier,
Assignee:
ARTEL, INC. - Westbrook ME
SEYONIC SA - Neuchatel
International Classification:
B01L 3/02
G01N 1/10
US Classification:
7386401
Abstract:
A liquid aspirating and dispensing apparatus and method of using the apparatus. Among other elements, the apparatus includes a liquid handling device having one or more channel members, each of which has a removable liquid holding tip attached, and a signal transmitting device. A signal transmitted from the signal transmitting device may be used in a variety of ways to yield information regarding the performance of the apparatus. This information may be provided via direct detection of the signal by an operator of the apparatus. Alternatively, the signal may be detected by a programmable signal detecting device, interpreted by the apparatus, and then displayed in a form that is understandable to the operator. Furthermore, the liquid holding tip may be modified to enable different forms of signal transmission.

Air Displacement Liquid Delivery System And Related Method

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US Patent:
2012010, May 3, 2012
Filed:
Jan 13, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/350420
Inventors:
Richard H. Curtis - Gorham ME,
David L. Bohnsack - Peoria IL,
George Rodrigues - Westbrook ME,
Marc Boillat - Auvernier,
Assignee:
SEYONIC SA - Neuchatel
ARTEL, INC. - Westbrook ME
International Classification:
B67D 1/00
US Classification:
222 52
Abstract:
An air displacement liquid delivery system including a liquid delivery device, one or more sensors, a control unit, and a preprogrammable computing device, and a method for using the air displacement liquid delivery system. The one or more sensors are capable of obtaining information regarding conditions within and external to the liquid delivery device and sending this information to the control unit and/or the computing device. In turn, the control unit and/or computing device are capable of using this information to calculate one or more properties of gas contained within, and the air external to, the liquid delivery device, and one or more properties of a liquid that it is to be aspirated or dispensed by the liquid delivery device. The system may optimally control the performance of the liquid delivery device based upon any one or more of these calculated properties.
David L Bohnsack from Carol Stream, IL, age ~56 Get Report