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Zach Stone, P.E. is a professionally licensed engineer in the state of Florida. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from an ABET accredited university and has rich industry experience in design, installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of industrial facilities including: power generation, commercial buildings, healthcare facilities, and automation & controls.
He is currently focusing full time on managing the successful review course for the electrical power PE exam at www.electricalpereview.com and giving university seminars on miscellaneous engineering and math courses most notably at Ryerson University in Toronto.
Zach has been the lead engineer and construction project manager on projects in areas of low voltage DC, 120 volt power and lighting, 480 volt to 4,160 volt motor control centers, process measurement instrumentation, & controls, medium voltage liquid filled power transformers, medium voltage substation monitoring and relay equipment up to 69,000 volts, and an assortment of mixed industrial power and controls including emergency troubleshooting and outage planning.
In recent years he has fulfilled the role of front line people leader overseeing the hands on day to day electrical maintenance for a 24 hour around the clock global industrial manufacturing employer in areas of material handling, chemical production, rotating machinery, and power generation with two 50 MW steam driven turbo generators.
He has a passion for teaching and a love for making misunderstood subjects clear by focusing on understanding the fundamentals for simple and intuitive understanding. He passed both the E.I.T. and P.E. exam on the first try and believes that anyone can pass the PE exam with the right personal guidance.
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