Kyle Bowell is a licensed Professional Engineer with mechanical engineering experience. Prior to conducting forensic investigations, he was a field engineer and project manager on specialty mechanical and industrial projects including: coal power plants, iron mining/processing operations, wastewater treatment plants, cement plants, carbon production facilities, steam turbines, and naval submarine propulsion equipment. He has provided repair/installation instructions for components, piping systems, and rotating machinery which included investigation of complex engineering drawings. In addition, he has coordinated with electrical, structural, test engineering, technicians, and financial departments.
Mr. Bowell has extensive knowledge of EPA regulations for mercury and acid gas control, taconite iron mining, and automobiles. He also has engineered solutions for sorbent injection, refined coal technologies, particulate control, and emissions monitoring. Key strengths include: agricultural equipment, elevators, energy and power, environmental controls, hail damage, hydraulic systems, HVAC systems, process system equipment, water intrusion, industrial equipment assessments, lightning damage, automotive assessments, vehicle fires, irrigation pivots, residential mechanical equipment, diesel engines, fire suppression systems, and piping and plumbing systems.