Pedro E Amador, Age 622399 Walker Dr, Lawrenceville, GA 30043

Pedro Amador Phones & Addresses

2399 Walker Dr, Lawrenceville, GA 30043 (770) 962-9577

651 Spring Forest Dr, Lawrenceville, GA 30043 (770) 962-9577

Atlanta, GA

Norcross, GA

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Vp & Chief Technology Officer At Azz Incorporated

Position:
VP & Chief Technology Officer Azz incorporated at Aquilex Corporation
Location:
Greater Atlanta Area
Industry:
Oil & Energy
Work:
Aquilex Corporation - Atlanta, Georgia since May 1990
VP & Chief Technology Officer Azz incorporated
Welding Services Inc. 1990 - 2009
SVP, Engineering
Scientific Atlanta 1977 - 1992
Senior Staff Mechanical Engineer
Pedro Amador Photo 2

Pedro Amador

Location:
Estados Unidos

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Pedro Amador
Chief Technology Officer
Aquilex Holdings LLC 2225 Skyland Ct, Norcross, GA 30071
3344 Peachtree Rd, Atlanta, GA 30326
(404) 869-6677

Publications

Us Patents

Method And System For Weld Bead Sequencing To Reduce Distortion And Stress

US Patent:
7703660, Apr 27, 2010
Filed:
Nov 6, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/556963
Inventors:
Edward Craig - Asheville NC,
Anthony Scandroli - Cumming GA,
Pedro E. Amador - Lawrenceville GA,
Patrick J. Dimaggio - Buford GA,
Assignee:
Aquilex Corp. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
B23K 31/02
US Classification:
228119, 29890031, 219 61
Abstract:
In one embodiment, the present invention relates to a method and system of determining the weld bead sequence on a mechanical component is disclosed. In one specific embodiment, the sequence is determined by numerical analysis of a plurality of weld bead sequences to determine the weld bead sequence. Then, after this sequence is determined, a weld overlay is placed onto the mechanical component using the sequence. In particular embodiments, a weld bead sequence is applied to a boiler tube panel wherein the sequence begins at the crown of the tube, progresses down the walls of the tube to the tube and membrane interface, and concludes on the membrane. The new bead sequence reduces residual and distortional stresses as created by applying a weld overlay.

Automated Heat Exchanger Tube Cleaning Assembly And System

US Patent:
8057607, Nov 15, 2011
Filed:
Mar 20, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/383183
Inventors:
John E. Gardner - Galveston TX,
Pedro E. Amador - Lawrenceville GA,
William Stamps Howard - Buford GA,
James A. Stoner - Lawrenceville GA,
Assignee:
Aquilex Hydrochem, Inc. - Deer Park TX
International Classification:
B08B 9/027
G05D 1/00
US Classification:
134 56R, 134166 C, 134166 R, 134167 C, 134168 C
Abstract:
An automated heat exchanger tube cleaning assembly and system are provided. The present system can automatically (without ongoing human intervention) survey the tube sheet of a heat exchanger in three-dimensions, convert and record the survey results as a digital file in three-dimensions, and then, according to sequential parameters input via custom software, automatically coordinate via computer one or more cleaning devices to effect the cleaning of each desired tube of the heat exchanger.

Apparatus For Butt-Welding Tube Joints

US Patent:
8143549, Mar 27, 2012
Filed:
Apr 6, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/419134
Inventors:
Pedro Ernesto Amador - Lawrenceville GA,
Assignee:
Aquilex WSI LLC - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
B23K 1/00
B23K 11/00
US Classification:
219 57, 219 591
Abstract:
Welding devices and methods of using the same are provided. The welding device includes a rotor assembly. The rotor assembly includes a first semi-collar associated with a second semi-collar to form a collar. The collar is adapted to be disposed about a tube to be welded, and associated with an automatic voltage control assembly. The automatic voltage control assembly is mechanically associated with an electrode, and the automatic voltage control maintains the desired angular disposition of the electrode relative to the tube to be welded.

Automated Heat Exchanger Tube Cleaning Assembly And System

US Patent:
8308869, Nov 13, 2012
Filed:
Nov 11, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/294706
Inventors:
John E. Gardner - Galveston TX,
Pedro E. Amador - Lawrenceville GA,
William Stamps Howard - Buford GA,
James A. Stoner - Lawrenceville GA,
Assignee:
Aquilex Hydrochem, Inc. - Deer Park TX
International Classification:
B08B 9/027
B08B 7/04
US Classification:
134 18, 134 221, 134 2211, 134 56 R, 134166 C, 134166 R
Abstract:
An automated heat exchanger tube cleaning assembly and system are provided. The present system can automatically (without ongoing human intervention) survey the tube sheet of a heat exchanger in three-dimensions, convert and record the survey results as a digital file in three-dimensions, and then, according to sequential parameters input via custom software, automatically coordinate via computer one or more cleaning devices to effect the cleaning of each desired tube of the heat exchanger.

Automated Heat Exchanger Tube Cleaning Assembly And System

US Patent:
8524011, Sep 3, 2013
Filed:
Nov 11, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/294667
Inventors:
John E. Gardner - Galveston TX,
Pedro E. Amador - Lawrenceville GA,
William Stamps Howard - Buford GA,
James A. Stoner - Lawrenceville GA,
International Classification:
B08B 9/027
B08B 3/00
US Classification:
134167C, 134166 C, 134168 C, 134169 C
Abstract:
An automated heat exchanger tube cleaning assembly and system are provided. The present system can automatically (without ongoing human intervention) survey the tube sheet of a heat exchanger in three-dimensions, convert and record the survey results as a digital file in three-dimensions, and then, according to sequential parameters input via custom software, automatically coordinate via computer one or more cleaning devices to effect the cleaning of each desired tube of the heat exchanger.

Method Of Providing And Evaluating A Mid-Wall Repair

US Patent:
2008000, Jan 10, 2008
Filed:
Mar 29, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/091767
Inventors:
Peter Riccardella - Denver CO,
Pedro Amador - Lawrenceville GA,
International Classification:
G21C 19/00
US Classification:
376260000
Abstract:
A method of repairing a connection between a first nozzle and a closed vessel includes cutting through an entire thickness of the first nozzle at a location adjacent to the mid-wall of the vessel. A portion of the first nozzle is removed. A replacement nozzle is disposed in a void formed by removal of the portion of the first nozzle. A weld is formed between the replacement nozzle and a surface of the mid-wall of the vessel.

Equipment And Process For Applying An External Structural Weld To Piping And Similarly Shaped Pressure Boundary Components

US Patent:
2008003, Feb 14, 2008
Filed:
Aug 9, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/463565
Inventors:
PEDRO AMADOR - LAWRENCEVILLE GA,
JAMES SCULLEY - DULUTH GA,
JEFFREY MADILL - DULUTH GA,
JACK STONER - LAWRENCEVILLE GA,
DIXON PARKER - SMYRNA GA,
CASEY A. POWER - CHARLESTON SC,
Assignee:
WELDING SERVICES INC. - NORCROSS GA
International Classification:
B23K 9/12
US Classification:
21912511
Abstract:
An apparatus and/or process for applying a weld overlay to a nozzle or piping spool of complex configuration is disclosed. In an exemplary embodiment, the welding apparatus comprises a mounting assembly having a plurality of magnetic foot pads, a tension support rod attached at one end to one of the magnetic foot pads, an upper attachment pad at the opposite end of the rod, and a bottom attachment pad attached to at least one other magnetic foot pad; a travel guide, the travel guide attached to the upper attachment pad at one end and the bottom attachment pad at the other end; and a head assembly attached to the travel guide, the head assembly having: i) a track ring assembly having an inner ring and an outer ring, ii.) at least two opposed weld heads attached to the inner track ring, iii.) at least one movable wire feed drive mechanism on the track ring, and iv.) a drive mechanism located on the outer ring of the track ring, the drive mechanism adapted to permit rotation of the inner ring and the weld heads around the component to be welded.

Equipment And Process For Applying An External Structural Weld To Piping And Similarly Shaped Pressure Boundary Components

US Patent:
2009023, Sep 17, 2009
Filed:
May 28, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/474246
Inventors:
Pedro Amador - Lawrenceville GA,
James Sculley - Duluth GA,
Jeffrey Madill - Duluth GA,
Jack Stoner - Lawrenceville GA,
Dixon Parker - Smyrna GA,
Casey Power - Charleston SC,
Assignee:
WELDING SERVICES, INC. - Norcross GA
International Classification:
B23K 9/00
US Classification:
219137 R, 219136
Abstract:
An apparatus and/or process for applying a weld overlay to a nozzle or piping spool of complex configuration is disclosed. In an exemplary embodiment, the welding apparatus comprises a mounting assembly having a plurality of magnetic foot pads, a tension support rod attached at one end to one of the magnetic foot pads, an upper attachment pad at the opposite end of the rod, and a bottom attachment pad attached to at least one other magnetic foot pad; a travel guide, the travel guide attached to the upper attachment pad at one end and the bottom attachment pad at the other end; and a head assembly attached to the travel guide, the head assembly having: i) a track ring assembly having an inner ring and an outer ring, ii) at least two opposed weld heads attached to the inner track ring, iii) at least one movable wire feed drive mechanism on the track ring, and iv) a drive mechanism located on the outer ring of the track ring, the drive mechanism adapted to permit rotation of the inner ring and the weld heads around the component to be welded.

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