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Scott R. Schipper
Engineering Manager
ASCO Valve Inc.

Mr. Scott Schipper is an engineering manager at ASCO Valve, Inc., Florham Park, New Jersey. For the past 3 years, he has been serving as manager of agency approvals and certifications. He has been with ASCO Valve since 1994. Prior to ASCO Valve, from 1987 to 1994, Mr. Schipper was a senior design engineer with Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Division of United Technologies, East Hartford, CT, where he worked on various jet engine projects including the PW4000 series engine derivative which was eventually launched on the Boeing 777.

In his earlier years with ASCO Valve Inc, Mr. Schipper received a patent for a solenoid operated proportional diaphragm gasoline dispensing valve. That same valve concept is utilized today in most gasoline pump dispensers.

As a part of his position at ASCO Valve, Mr. Schipper currently serves on various agency product standards committees representing ASCO including the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) ANSI Gas Standards Technical Advisory Committee and Underwriters Laboratories STP (Standards Technical Panel) for electrically operated valves.

Mr. Schipper received his BS in mechanical engineering from Rutgers University in 1987 and his MS in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1992.

Additionally, Mr. Schipper has been a past active alumni member of the Rutgers Engineering Society and volunteers each year as a judge for the annual New Jersey Regional Future Cities middle school engineering competition. He has been a member of the Rutgers School of Engineering Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department’s Industrial Advisory Board since 2006. He resides with his wife and son in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.