Find a Conveyors Expert
Conveyor experts & expert witnesses - Experts evaluating the design, maintenance, operation, safety, and manufacture of conveyors, including issues on accidents, design, failure analysis, reliability, safety assessment, and compliance to standards. Serve as Conveyor expert witnesses and Conveyor forensic consultants in Conveyor legal matters, and provide Conveyor expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations. Conveyors experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in Wisconsin legal matters, and provide expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations in Wisconsin.
The listings below are of Conveyors experts serving Wisconsin.
Expert ListingsWebster Engineering LLC
Registered Professional Mechanical Engineer in Wisconsin 30 years of experience in machine design including conveyors and material handling equipment lifts and elevators shopping cart conveyors and custom engineered machinery, automated control systems. Member of ASME B20.1 Safety Standard for Conveyors, member of the ASME Board on Safety Codes and Standards
Loeffler Engineering Group
Frank J. Loeffler
Lago Vista, TX
Design and forensic engineering for belt conveyors and bulk materials handling systems including conveyor fires patent infringement machine guarding antitrust and product liability.
Industrial Accident Reconstruction Engineers
Who is Industrial Accident Reconstruction Engineers? We are a forensic engineering firm that provides forensic engineering services for our legal and insurance clients. Our forensic engineers travel throughout the United States to investigate industrial accidents and product defect and failure claims resulting in OSHA safety violations, machine failure and personal injury or death.
Causey Engineering LLC
Gerald Hietpas, PE
Our Experts are professionals with hands-on Industrial and Construction, office and field experience. They are trained in Forensic Engineering, have a broad scope of knowledge in Conveyors, Forklifts, Hoists, Cranes, and other Material Handling Equipment, and apply their knowledge to assist the Trier of Fact.