PRLog - March 12, 2014 - CLEVELAND -- Arisdyne Systems Inc. gained a depth of operations expertise with the addition of three new members to its team to prepare Arisdyne for new installations, service the existing customer base and continue to build its reputation as the leading technology provider in the field of ethanol and oil enhancement with its proprietary Controlled Flow Cavitation (CFC™).
The newest members of the team include: Nick Berchtold, CFO; Andrea Wearsch, Marketing and Business Development Associate; and James Wolfe, Field Service Engineer.
“As our fleet of installed systems passes the one billion gallons of annual ethanol production, it is important that we have the resources in place to meet current support needs and prepare for increasing demand,” said Arisdyne CEO Peter Reimers. “Nick, Andrea and James each bring a critical component to Arisdyne’s growth and support of existing customer base.”
As lead for financial operations, Nick Berchtold replaces Dave Coleman who recently retired. With his unique combination of finance expertise for both public reporting and private growth companies he will play a key role in building streamlined, efficient and cost effective growth at Arisdyne. He holds a MBA from Case Western Reserve University and a Bachelor degree in Finance and Accounting from Miami University.
Andrea Wearsch joins Arisdyne as a Marketing and Business Development Associate to support marketing, sales and operations. Besides her expertise in marketing, sales and organizational management she also has a scientific research background. Andrea holds a Bachelor degree in Biochemistry from Baldwin Wallace.
James Wolfe brings 18 years in field service engineering experience to deliver hands on service for Arisdyne’s customer base and will free up engineering resources to support Arisdyne’s growth. James holds a degree in Aeronautical Maintenance from Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics.
Arisdyne Systems, Inc. is one of the leading providers of retrofit equipment for fuel ethanol, biodiesel and vegetable oil producers. Arisdyne provides small footprint devices that utilize its patented controlled flow hydrodynamic cavitation to increase yield for ethanol production from both starch and fiber, as well as reduce chemical consumption for vegetable oil degumming and neutralization. Applications of the CFC™ technology has been shown to reduce catalyst consumption for biodiesel production, increase methane gas yield, while reducing solids for anaerobic digestion, and change viscosity and density of heavy crude oil. For more information, call 216-458-1991, ext. 427 or visit the company website at http://www.arisdyne.com.