Executive Director, Gardner Cryogenics, Rotoflow & Standard Plants
Ms. White is responsible for Air Products’ Standard Plants product line and the Gardner Cryogenics and Rotoflow businesses. Ms. White has been with Air Products for nearly 30 years, having joined in 1993 as a participant in the company’s Career Development Program. In 1996 she became principal process control engineer for Generated Gases, and in 2002 she moved to the Energy and Materials organization, where she served as procurement specialist for the material supply group. Ms. White was named global CAD system manager of engineering services for Global Engineering and Manufacturing (GEM) in 2005, and became process technology team manager of standard products for GEM in 2011. She was director, Standard Plants product line, before assuming her current position. Ms. White holds a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Business and Technology Director
Mr. Subramanian has global responsibility for Gardner Cryogenics equipment sales, product development, and projects including world class repair and rehab for aftermarket services. He joined Gardner Cryogenics in 1995 as design engineer and has held numerous roles within the organization, later transitioning into a business development role in 2010 to develop hydrogen mobility for Asia. As part of the Gardner Engineering team, he was responsible for the design and regulatory approvals of liquid helium (LHe) and liquid hydrogen (LHy) transportation equipment built by Gardner, including a 4500-gallon LHe container with a hold time of 270 days for the US Antarctic Program. In his current role, Mr. Subramanian’s main focus is to commercialize LHy stationary tanks and semitrailers for the global energy market and high pressure, low heat leak LHe containers for the global helium market. Mr. Subramanian received a B.E. degree in mechanical engineering from Sastra University, India and a M.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Tennessee State University.
Design Engineering Manager
Mr. Sallash is responsible for the engineering and design of Gardner Cryogenics liquid helium and liquid hydrogen stationary and transportation equipment. In this role, he leads the design and engineering team, with a focus on ensuring Gardner equipment is both safe and reliable for customers around the world. He and his team perform thermal heat leak, structural, and vibration analysis for the equipment built by Gardner Cryogenics and provide both technical support to customers and to Gardner’s World Class Rehab and Repair business for existing equipment. Mr. Sallash works with regulatory agencies and third-party inspectors to get approvals for Gardner stationary and transportable cryogenic tanks. Having joined Gardner in 1995 as a Design Engineer, he has held numerous engineering roles, and has extensive experience designing and engineering cryogenic vessels and piping. He is an active member of multiple committees within The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and The International Organization for Standardization (ISO), including ASME Section XII – Rules for Construction and Continued Service of Transport Tanks and ISO TC-220 Cryogenic Vessels. Mr. Sallash holds a B.S. and M.S. in mechanical engineering from Lehigh University and is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Pennsylvania.