Tom Gustafson, the chief technology officer at Hartzell Air Movement, was appointed to the Air Movement and Control Association board of directors.
Gustafson has worked for Hartzell for 24 years. Prior to his most recent position, he served as vice president of engineering for 18 years. According to Hartzell, he was the champion of the design concept for the one-piece solid fiberglass wheel and was the principal author of its most recent patent, which reduced the sound levels on the company’s adjustable pitch low pressure prop.
“Tom has served a leadership role at Hartzell for a number of years. His industry knowledge and reputation will be a tremendous asset to the AMCA International board and the industrial air moving industry,” said Sean Steimle, Hartzell president.