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  • Santa Rosa, CA
  • Petaluma, CA
  • Windsor, CA
  • Rohnert Park, CA

Work

Company: Santa rosa christian school 2004 to 2011 Position: Facilities manager

Education

School / High School: Santa Rosa High School 1978 to 1982

Skills

Inventory Control • Employee Training • Music Production • Audio Engineering • Sound Reinforcement • Drums • Studio Recording • Home Theater • Detailed Organization • Sales Management • Commercial Kitchen Design • Restaurant Management • Catering • Facilities Management • Building Maintenance

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Facilities Services

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Richard Puttbach

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Location:
Santa Rosa, CA
Industry:
Facilities Services
Work:
Santa Rosa Christian School 2004 - 2011
Facilities Manager

Stars Music Jan 1996 - Apr 2001
Store Manager
Education:
Santa Rosa High School 1978 - 1982
Skills:
Inventory Control
Employee Training
Music Production
Audio Engineering
Sound Reinforcement
Drums
Studio Recording
Home Theater
Detailed Organization
Sales Management
Commercial Kitchen Design
Restaurant Management
Catering
Facilities Management
Building Maintenance

Publications

Us Patents

Apparatus For The Concentration And Recovery Of Platinum Family Metals From Ceramic Materials

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US Patent:
40224430, May 10, 1977
Filed:
Dec 24, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/644028
Inventors:
Roger Francis Belt - Morristown NJ
Richard Charles Puttbach - Santa Rosa CA
Christopher Thomas Schreiber - Parsippany NJ
Assignee:
Litton Systems, Inc. - Beverly Hills CA
International Classification:
C22B 6100
US Classification:
266148
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for the concentration and recovery of platinum family metals from ceramic materials is disclosed, wherein the metal desired is first transported from the ceramic material through the utilization of a temperature gradient in a specially adapted furnace utilizing the volatile characteristics of the oxide of the metal desired. The volatile oxide is deposited upon a nucleation surface where it is reduced by means of hydrogen as the furnace cools to recover the metal.
Richard A Puttbach from Santa Rosa, CA, age ~58 Get Report