Since 2007 and the start of ArresterWorks, they have developed a comprehensive library of articles on surge protection that is now second to none in the world. They have also developed and honed their transient analysis skills using ATP software to model and problem solve in the industry. They have added on line seminars, eConsulting, and much more to their list of services to the industry.
Jonathan WoodworthPrincipal Engineer
Jonathan started his career at Fermi National
Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Illinois, where he was an
integral member of the high energy particle physics team in
search of the elusive quark. Returning to his home state of NY,
he joined the design engineering team at McGraw Edison
(later Cooper Power Systems) in Olean. During his tenure
at Cooper he was involved in the design, development and
manufacturing of arresters. He served as Engineering Manager
as well as Arrester Marketing Manager during that time. Since
2008 he has been the Principal Engineer for ArresterWorks.
Though his entire career, Jonathan has been active in the IEEE and IEC standard associations. He is past chair of the IEEE SPD Committee, he is past chair of NEMA 8LA Arrester Committee, and presently co-chair of IEC TC37 MT4. He is inventor/co-inventor on five US patents. Jonathan received his Bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering from The Ohio Institute of Technology and his MBA from St. Bonaventure University.
Contact at 716-307-2431 or Jonathan.Woodworth@ArresterWorks.com
Deborah LimburgWeb and Business Developer
Deborah is a long term veteran in the arrester industry having worked for Cooper
Industries for over 25 years. During that time she held a number of positions in
the product engineering department, including leader of the Engineering Design
Services group. One of her major accomplishments at Cooper was the design
of database driven virtual product drawing systems. These systems were implemented on all major
product lines, improving the documentation process through increased efficiency and accuracy
Additionally she developed the software to handle disk selection process for the tightly matched disk columns required for series capacitor banks and the management of the varistor assembly process. Deborah received her BS in Computer Software from the University of New York State and is a co-inventor on several US patents.
Since 2010 Deborah has been the Web and Business Developer for Arresterworks.
Contact at 716-378-1419 or Deborah.Limburg@ArresterWorks.com